posted on Feb, 18 2013 @ 04:03 AM
It's an interesting idea, but as so often with these things - people are looking for something that doesn't exist.
The reason there isn't many pictures of Lanza to compare is because he was an awkward kid who didn't like to be on camera - hence there being no
year book picture either. The reason the picture usually appears in B&W rather than the colour original is that with such a pathetically low
resolution image, a mono version will display more clearly if you adjust the contrast a little.
The '1000 yard' stare is entirely subjective, but it's clear both men suffered some form of psychological break. You don't need to subtely
manipulate the face of a man who shot and killed dozens of people to make him frightening.
If the 'conspiracy' is to draw attention to the gun debate in America, surely it would be a hundred times better for the 'stooges' to be
All-American Regular Joes - family men with good jobs who suddenly use their legal arsenal to shoot stuff up. After all, that would make more of a
'case' that the average American gun owner is potentially dangerous than an obvious wacko and some spotty little virgin who decides to take out a
load of kids to 'prove' what a big man he was.