Robbie and Alissa Parker, the parents of six-year-old Newtown massacre victim Emilie Parker, speak to Norah O'Donnell about the private meeting they
had with the shooter, Adam Lanza's, father.
I don't know, something just does not feel right about this video. The father seems quite genuine, but the mother, Alissa Parker appears to be
acting, and acting badly.
How can someone who has lost their daughter in such a way be so cool and collective, it reminds me of watching a low budget American TV show.
The interviewer shows more emotion than both parents combined.
I could be wrong, but my instincts tell me something is not right about this at all.
Here's an early video of the father, seemingly getting into character before speaking about what happened-
edit on 23-3-2013 by Wonderer2012 because: (no reason given)