Was Jordan Marsh connected to the Sandy Hook shooting?

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posted on Jan, 7 2013 @ 10:15 AM
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I am sure you have all heard or read by now how the ATF raided Riverview Gun Sales in East Windsor,Conn on 12-20-2012. This man Jordan Marsh was caught trying to steal a .50 cal sniper rifle Dec 15 2012. It was also discovered he had previously stolen 12 guns from the same store in 2011 and was serving probation for that. What is strangely bizarre about this case is that they found a Windham .223 rifle in his hotel room on Dec 16 2012 just 2 days after the Newtown shooting. The news story that was run claimed he stole an AR-15 on the 12th when actually the time stamp on the CCTV shows the 11th and a Windham was found in his room not an AR-15. Now this info from here:

undeletedevidence.blogspot.com...



Oh… wait a minute… Windham Weaponry make three AR-15 carbines which chamber .223 Remington rounds, the HBC, the SRC and the MPC. You see, Windham Weaponry used to be Bushmaster Arms. The owner of Bushmaster sold the company to Remington and then in early 2011, he bought it back and renamed it Windham Weaponry. Can anyone say literal smoking gun? Three law enforcement officers now state that the assault rifle used in the school shooting came from Riverview Gun Sales. Coincidence?



Could this Newtown shooting become any more bizarre? Seriously......

More from the link above:



My question is, Is it possible that this Windham .223 rifle was used in the school shootings? Only to be recovered, removed, and then taken back to Marsh's hotel room to be "discovered" and associated with another case altogether. Marsh stole the gun on the 11th and had it in his possession throughout the Elementary school shootings until it was found by Hilton employees in his hotel room on the 16th.


What is going on? Was this guy involved at Sandy Hook? Why are there so many guns missing from that gun shop?

Here is a link to an earlier article:
southwindsor.patch.com...




posted on Jan, 7 2013 @ 10:22 AM
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Why was this guy not locked up for stealing 12 guns?
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posted on Jan, 7 2013 @ 10:28 AM
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Originally posted by scottromansky
Why was this guy not locked up for stealing 12 guns?
edit on 7-1-2013 by scottromansky because: (no reason given)


^^ These are the REAL kind of gun laws that need to be changed.... The sentence for illegal firearm ownership is smaller than getting caught with narcotics, yet is obviously a multitude of times worse.

I say anyone caught with illegally owned/obtained firearms serves a minimum 10 years no questions asked.



posted on Jan, 7 2013 @ 10:30 AM
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How many firearm thefts happened in CT or surrounding states in the 30-90 days prior? Did they all "maybe" have connections? Why does this...beyond dates on a calendar for coincidence? Sorry.. I'm totally missing how this even remotely connects to anything beyond speculation of the wild sort.

.50 sniper rifle?? Umm... how would that relate to anything? I mean .. you don't do a shooting with a .50 rifle unless you are a sniper type. The weight of the weapon alone would have most people huffing and puffing just crossing a parking lot.......and ammo? Better bring a little red wagon to drag along behind.



posted on Jan, 7 2013 @ 10:30 AM
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Yeah serving probation for stealing 12 guns, i think that's also a lack of security in a gun store.

10 years per gun, this guy should be locked away for 120 years.

Also, how does one "try and steal a .50 cal sniper rifle"
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posted on Jan, 7 2013 @ 10:35 AM
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Originally posted by chaakin

Originally posted by scottromansky
Why was this guy not locked up for stealing 12 guns?
edit on 7-1-2013 by scottromansky because: (no reason given)


^^ These are the REAL kind of gun laws that need to be changed.... The sentence for illegal firearm ownership is smaller than getting caught with narcotics, yet is obviously a multitude of times worse.

I say anyone caught with illegally owned/obtained firearms serves a minimum 10 years no questions asked.

Yeah... Right.... illegal handguns are a slap on the wrist. Indeed.

Criminal Penalties for Possession or Purchase of Handgun without a Required Permit, License, or Certificate

Purchase or receive handgun without permit or eligibility certificate: class D felony, punishable by one to five years imprisonment, a fine of up to $5,000, or both


Criminal Penalties for Illegal Possession of Handguns by Minors

Must be 21 to obtain permit or eligibility certificate to purchase handgun

Penalty for purchasing or receiving handgun without permit or eligibility certificate: class D felony, punishable by one to five years imprisonment, a fine of up to $5,000, or both


Criminal Penalties for Illegal Possession of Handguns by Convicted Felons

Class D felony, punishable by one to five years imprisonment, a fine of up to $5,000, or both, with two-year mandatory minimum

CGS § 53a-217c

Source - Connecticut Firearm Laws

(The link above shows ALL state's laws....but CT are the ones quoted for each section above)

Research to check and see what is true or not is free...... It's not even very hard to find these days.
edit on 7-1-2013 by Wrabbit2000 because: Amended for comment below link.



posted on Jan, 7 2013 @ 10:51 AM
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Well the same gun store they claim Nancy Lanza legally purchased her weapons from not only had a .223 type rifle stolen shortly before the Newtown shooting, they have a huge problem with missing weapons from their store. How was this young man on probation and not serving time?



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