posted on Dec, 26 2012 @ 03:53 AM
Originally posted by bknapple32
Again, its all really simple. Ambulances were told to stand down, because there wasnt a need for them Unfortunately, the victims were shot multiple
times. There were only 3 wounded patients that were evacuated to a hospital because the carnage was so bad that hardly anyone survived it. Telling
the ambulances to stand down was an unfortunate call because there just wasnt a need for them.
But no, instead of using logic, you jump to this being another piece in an endless puzzle conspiracy theorists are making up as they go along
Really? You Really want to stand behind this statement?
1. Last I checked dispatches, the police on scene and any school officials that MAY have seen the carnage did not have EMT training, check every body,
or have a "Dr bones macoy tricorder" to make that MEDICAL DIAGNOSIS.
2. The incident JUST HAPPENED. Even if the ambulance was called 10 minutes after the initial call (and THAT IS OVERESTIMATING) the fact they were
called off so soon DEFIES ANY ABILITY or the most experienced and trained EMT to make that call on what 26 VICTMS.
3. By every STATE LAW ONLY THE CORNER or a LICENCED DOCTOR (depending on state) can declare someone dead. That WOULD BE THE ONLY JUSTIFICATION FOR
CALLING OFF THE EMTS.
So tell me again how in less than (and I am being generous) 30 minutes the police on scene could LEGALLY DECLARE all the children and adults dead?