Originally posted by johngalt722
Couldn't they recreate the scene at a different location? Seems a bit ridiculous to me for them to do this.
I can see it now: The Sandy Hook Massacre, the musical.
Let's bring all the kids together, put little signs of the victims' names on them, pose them over the chalk outlines, and make them scream all over
again for the police. How far does it have to go when the person who did the crime is dead? Who else wants an extra helping of vicarious ptsd?
Why aren't the computers being rolled in for this to recreate the scene in a program? They have them, why aren't they using them? Too video game
like to use this time? Has a video game company already paid the copyright for it? The first-person shooter, The 2012 Massacres, where you get to go
through every mass shooting event this year. There are 13 of them are there not? Magic number!
They have to do it for the archivists. The authors with sociology degrees who want to put an extra chapter in their book about the police recreation,
to assure the world only one person did it and he's dead. You can bet it's going in a news documentary somewhere, with dramatizations of scared
kids' faces and shadowy figures of a bad guy with a gun, flashes of light, and you have to include a school bus somewhere.
I notice they aren't actually, say, interviewing
these police that were presumably shot at. Does it matter? Are all police accounted for