reply to post by PaperbackWriter
If you are talking about Putnam CT, that is 78 Miles in the opposite direction from Newtown.. (Putnam is in Windham County) and hardly neighboring,
if you are talking about New York, that would be out of my area and wouldn't know much about what they do there, as far as Putnam CT, it is wholly
irrelevant to the situation as again it's 78 miles in the opposite direction.
As far as Newtown goes, All I am going to ask is people think for a moment... about the following four things about Connecticut.
1) This is not a large state. There's a lot of town to town overlap of people and families, most everyone knows someone else in another town, and
that does extend across the border North into Massachusetts and East into Rhode Island for the most part.
2) Our State legislature is NOT a professional legislature, They are all people that while they are elected, are not full time politicians, they all
have other jobs and functions within the state and not all FOR the state, some for private businesses, or some just homemakers and the like.
3) The State of Connecticut was still recovering from triple storm damage over the past 12 months prior. We had Hurricane Irene pummel the Southern
portions of the State in Mid 2011, then four months later, Winter Storm Alfred that knocked out infrastructure and power to close to a million people
for an extended period of time, Some infrastructure is STILL waiting to be repaired here from that storm and then BOOM Hurricane Sandy hit in 2012
ripping the State apart yet again and hindering the restoration of all services still. When the shooting took place, Fairfield County, New Haven
County , Middlesex County and New London County were STILL in recovery mode from the storm, major services still had not been restored along the
coastal counties and some services, such as 911, phones and cable were still sporadic.
4) The people here are more apt to help each other out than turn away in a disaster. We saw it during the storms, and we saw it after this shooting,
people would assist each other, people would go to a scene of a major incident and pitch in, it's not that unusual for this state, and it's one of
the reasons, while I am originally from Los Angeles, I love living here, and have loved living here for close to 25 years on and off.
Put that all together and to have a false flag operation by the United States government would be next to impossible, our state legislature was caught
completely off guard, all in their own various jobs and had to be called back to Hartford for this emergency, they are now demanding answers as to how
this happened, very vocally. Newtown comprises a lot of land area for a town in this state, and a lot of big names live there, it is a very affluent
community, and most of the people that live there are fiercely loyal to their state, not to the US Government. Then you would have to say all of the
parents were in on it, unfortunately, this tragedy reached as far as California, with one of the guys who works on the Star Trek series, directly
linked to one of the families though his wife, and having lived out this way some time back. He most certainly has no loyalty to the Obama
administration. You start to see these patterns when you look at the incident.
It's normal in a situation like this for the BS meter to go off, it's just hat unbelievable that it could have happened, but it did, and now we have
to pick up the pieces. Does it mean that because there are "questions" as to exactly what happened that these children didn't die? No it most
certainly does not. Does it mean that because people are unique and all react to a child dying differently than you would mean they are actors, no it
most certainly does not, it means they are all handling it their own way, and not you or me has the right to say "You laughed, you're an actor,
this is fake"
Are there questions sure there are, there always are in a situation like this. Did the media rush too quickly to get out stories, uh huh, most
definitely, and they screwed up bad. Is ME Carver a total moron who needs to be fired, yes indeed, we all know it here. Did Adam act alone, probably
not, but at this point they aren't releasing information if he didn't, and we can only speculate.. It's one thing to question the events and think
there may be a little more to it, but to say that it's some grand conspiracy, and that everyone in the state is in on it (and we all would have to
be) is really insulting to CT.
The biggest issue I have with the so called investigating on here is everyone WANTS to see conspiracy here, everyone WANTS this to be more than it
was, and that's driving some outrageous claims of fakery and actors.
The media screwed this one up, granted. There's more info to come out, yes, are these real parents, YES they are.