posted on Dec, 29 2012 @ 06:26 PM
Nice OP and good info. I must say, I appreciate them doing this. It's when they DO NOT do things like this ..because it seems meaningless....that it's
used years later as the "smoking gun" of a cover up. "They didn't investigate the bullets outside..because they already knew..." or whatever. By doing
this, they run down every reasonable avenue to answer every question which can be answered without piling on trauma to those who can't take any
I'm also damn glad to hear they are NOT caving to the calls from some segments of the public to interrogate the children. There is nothing useful to
be had there. Not a thing. Whatever they had to say of importance was said the day it happened and if I know kids..they couldn't stop volunteering
things all day and all night the first day. Poor kids...I'm glad to hear they won't be put through the grinder again so soon, anyway. After all, they
were in comfortable shock the first time. Now, I'll bet that shock has totally worn off and it'd make basket cases of enough of them to negate any
benefit from kids trying to say what they think they saw during the most traumatic event in their young lives to date.
Again, thanks OP for bringing some solid updates to the situation. As much as I can do without speculation and wild theories over dinner, I sure do
want to keep up on the hard facts and events as they happen on this one.
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