Thanks for the kind words.
I found a compiled bit of info for the Sandy Hook Shooting:
Lots of good info in there and it's all collected in one place so it makes it a bit easier to sort through (I'm not affiliated in any way with this
site, just stumbled across it while searching and found and am finding helpful).
The thing that grabbed me was the raw footage from the helicopter that shows police apprehending someone in the woods, then off in the corner you can
see a 2nd figure, running away. Also the eyewitness accounts, one of a man apprehended "by the firehouse" given by the boy, and the other "camo
pants with a dark jacket" by a man. The media never seemed to re-visit any of this. Instead they went directly to focusing on Adam Lanza, the guns
that were used, and political issues. I guess what I'm saying is, they never delved into the shooting beyond any type of surface layer. There was
no real investigative journalism being done.
I'm wishing I had paid more attention to the shooting when it happened now. Then again I'm not sure what good that would've done given there
were about 5 false stories for every 1 true one it seems.