posted on Jan, 3 2013 @ 02:11 AM
Originally posted by swansong19
I'll assume anyone following this will be aware of Dawn Hochsprung's odd witness report to the Newtown Bee that came after she died.
What you may not be familiar with is the odd bing cache date of the original page that contained the principal's comments.
Here are the details should you need to catch up.
And the screencap and details of the cached page. I just clicked on the cache link and it still works.
Here is bing's search page.
To check it's function...type in a search term. On the right side of the link you'll see a little arrow. Click on it and it will show you the link
to check the cached page.
I just checked this thread...page 42
It works. The cache date of the Newtown Bee story is the 13th of Dec.
Even the largest gap in time zones would still have this story on their servers prior to Dawn Hochsprung's death.
This is actual...verifiable...EVIDENCE...Any Mods Care About This??
edit on 2-1-2013 by swansong19 because: (no reason given)
I offer my apologies if in a previous post you thought I was being condescending, it was not my intention. I will try to be more careful with my words
in this response.
I am a programmer by trade and as such, work a lot with servers and the majority of third party servers I have worked on in the past have inaccurate
timestamps, especially when it's not particularly required for legal purposes. Now, I'm not asserting here that this is a common practice for the
Bing cache servers as well, but I am suggesting that this does cast a modicum of reasonable doubt on this being solid evidence.
My approach to evidence such as this is always to ask, would it stand up in a court of law, and in my view, I think that a claim such as this could be
easily cast in doubt as to it's veracity.
I will grant you, however, that if the server times are indeed accurate, it raises questions about the event, but I still hold that this was a
completely unexpected event that happened without any foreknowledge of those at the school and in the immediate surrounds.