This is interesting.
In the 10 minute helicopter video there are two amazingly clear and obvious instances of groups of people walking from the back of the firehouse,
around to the front and re-entering... why would this be?
Here's a youtube video that shows the two moments in question...
I used this video rather than the 'going in circles' one as I think the live commentary by the uploader shares the incredulity me and others feel when
we watch the heli video.
I wanted to find out more about the firehouse. What was going on there?
I found this news report from 11.52 on the morning of the shooting from NBCNEWYORK (I think).
I transcribed exactly what the reporter says about the firehouse at that time (11.52 am).
Reporter: " Right, so what happened when this all happened the school was right up the street here so what the teachers did is, once they secured that
scene, they brought the children down to the fire department so whats happening inside now is the kids are gathering there, they have lists of the
names, parents need to make sure they bring proper photo ID, because as you can imagine there are hundreds of kids here, hundreds of parents here,
it's sort of a mad scene inside of that fire department. They're just trying to keep it as orderly as possible, so parents just need to make sure
they're nice and prepared so when they get down here everyone stays calm but that's really the best key advice people need to know about right now;
bring that photo ID when you are trying to grab your child here because most of them are staying safe inside the fire department right now."
So, if the 10 minute helicopter footage was filmed before this... as the numerous shadow analysis' seem to suggest (10.30 am) then I'm even more
confused about the lack of children and parents in the 10 minute heli video and the lack of trauma or panic... and why on earth would people be
circling the firehouse from the back to the front if indeed it was such a scene of chaos. No-one seems to be leaving the area with their children.
It's just a whole load of odd.
edit on 2-2-2013 by manmental because: spellink