posted on Jan, 18 2013 @ 01:02 PM
Originally posted by TheSparrowSings
reply to post by Nevertheless
Sure, I will wait for the investigators to finish their job and then come forwards and tell us absolutely nothing. They likely won't be able to tie
up the loose ends.
Again, which loose ends?
I also think you are confused in believing that I think this whole thing is a conspiracy. I don't.
Then why post it under the conspiracy section?
Then why (at the same time) ask about things that do not "make sense" to you, unless you think that there is a cover-up?
It would just be nice for some official people to come out and say 'Oh, btw, these things that where reported on day one are false and here is the
(ei: person running away in the woods, people be said as dead but giving statement, medical examiners claiming that the rifle was the gun used in the
massacre but no rifle was ever found inside as it is reported as today) I will look back to this thread once the investigation is complete and hope
you will come and help me "understand" that what investigators say is fact and all other inconsistencies case are irrelevant.
I'd recommend you to turn towards the media who reported something that doesn't fit the official report (once it's out) and ask why the article is
wrong (and/or ask them to investigate why the official report is a lie - that's what media is for).
But sure, ping me.
I will agree with you on one point, we shouldn't be talking about the event until the investigation is over. That is why, in Canada, media is not to
report on anything until the investigation is completed.
That sounds harsh. Sure it's okay to talk, but it's quite insane to speculate, as that would lead to...speculation and not facts.
And when it comes to the media.. Really? It sounds more reasonable that the investigators aren't allowed to talk to the media until they are done.
But I will never, regardless of what they say in the end, believe that a 20 year old Autistic kid (socially isolated) would go on a massacre because
he liked to play video games and had "mental problems". In my opinion (and YES, that is ALL THIS IS, opinion) he doesn't fit the portrait of a mass
The video-games part sounds very Media-like, and yes, it will obviously be a central point of discussion (just as "why are there bullet holes in a
car?" on this site) for the simple reason that if he happened to be a guy who was a loner and all he did was playing video-games, then it makes sense
to have that in the "profile".
When it comes to "doesn't fit the portrait of a mass murderer", in what way does he not?
A big part of murders that are committed within families, the reactions are "he was such a nice boy". How's that for a profile?
The little I've heard, this guy actually seemed to have issues. So yes, a shooting spree, why not?
(PS - This is a conspiracy site, I see you only joined in December, people are generally going to think that things are weird or a cover-up... its
what the site is used for.)
Yes, are people generally thinking straight, or being paranoid?