reply to post by angryhulk
The radio dialogue harping on an inability for a 150lb guy carrying 40 pounds is BS. There are a LOT of guys who join the Army at a lighter weight
than that described. What gear was Adam Lanza known to have possessed during his rampage? Missing facts ... and I doubt he was carrying 40lbs at the
time. It would have been unnecessary. BS
Around the 8 minute mark: She says the numbers of victims (26) could not have been reasonably achieved in 5 to 7 minutes. I have personally downed
60 targets in two minutes at ranges from 50 meters out to 500 meters. The Army NEVER taught me to shoot out to ranges exceeding 300 meters. The
rifle range at West Point (no, I was not a cadet) is a 500m pop-up range, and I was awarded an Impact Army Achievement medal for doing exactly what I
described. 60 shots, 60 hits, 2 minute time limit. My proficiency in firearms was developed using a pellet gun i shot BBs out of. There are zero
grounds for diminishing Adam Lanza’s proficiency with a firearm. Adam Lanza was probably never more than 15 meters from a victim. BS
Starting at about 9 minutes: She goes to elaborate lengths (brainwashing YOU) into believing that the media takes a multi-faceted approach to control
the way you think (I think Angelina Jolie is pretty too, I think AJ IS a bit larger than life. Don’t believe me, try approaching her while she’s
on-set and report the results back to us. The presenter kind of drifts off in her conclusion leaving you to believe the news media doesn’t patch
reporting together in a way to get the message of its agenda across to the viewer. She makes you think she’s right about everything she says …
mesmerizing you in that damned droning monotone voice. Total brainwashing BS.
At 11 minutes in: She grabs your attention by covering the acronyms MCI (Mass Casualty Incident) and START (some triage nonsense) and then "slips
in” that victims in an MCI 'are tagged.’ Now this one is again, right up my lane. We do mass casualty training in the hospital where I work.
Honestly, we’ve done it twice in the last ten years. What you don’t practice as a matter of routine … just doesn’t happen in the real world
when the chips are down. I’m now 12 minutes into an hour and a half long video, and not one salient pice of the Sandy Hook puzzle has jumped out at
me. NOT ONE. Sounds like ... wait for it ... BS
At 12:50 she starts describing what would have happened in a perfect world. She’s casually skipped over the part where everyone’s dead. She left
that out too when she tacitly admitted that START tarps were laid out in the parking lot a ways down the road, but didn’t say anything about the
black tarps being glaringly absent. Black tarps are for dead people folks. Or ... was the black one ... the extra large body bag (as she describes
it). Once again ... BS.
At 13 minutes, she goes back again into what procedures were for what would be a ‘normal’ incident. Patients are transported to the hospital and
THERE they are treated or pronounced dead. Yeah … right. Somebody on the ground with some common sense apparently recognized that it was 'game
over’ and new rules needed to be made up as they were going along. I’m trying hard not to vomit here as she continues on in her monotone
She says she’s been in the ER for five whole years and ‘we’ get all code blue patients. Well … don’t be fooled … a code blue patient is
one that doesn’t have a heartbeat … not somebody who doesn’t have a heartbeat because they’ve been shot 11 time with an AR-15. What would
make it worse were if those kids did wind up in a little pile and he was ricocheting bullets into them.
I’d like to make a little point here. If you’re ever in, say a supermarket, and some nut-job starts blazing away. Bullets have a tendency to
travel parallel to and about an inch or two off the ground. Please consider where your vital organs are before you lay down flat. Better to be on
your hands and knees if you want to live. But even better, if you can, just get off the X. Look for me in the turkey freezer.
13:20 now and she’s comparing the victims at Sandy Hook to 80 year old nursing home patients where she happily performs CPR on them after they’ve
been dead for 20 minutes. Tell me lady, would you try that with a tot that's missing a jaw? That’s just kinda creepy if you ask me. To hammer
home her point, she sites some conversation she had with an EMT (not a doctor mind you, more like a medic). Now me … I just don’t need to be told
by somebody special that a dead guy is a dead guy … but she seems to think there’s only one special authority that can tell you that … and
that’s final. Last I heard, it was the coroner's call. We don’t have a coroner working “in” our hospital. That guy works on the other side
of post … and every hospital I’ve ever worked in seemed to have no problem with ANY member of the staff pronouncing a time of death on a patient.
I saw lots of people die at Womack Army Medical Center. Not looking ‘em in the eye, but close enough to hear their families wailing as they passed
and then the mad dash to clear the family members from the room. This lady makes the process seem somewhat surreal as compared to real life.
Right about 14 minutes here. Now she’s going after Dr. Carver, Chief Medical Examiner for the ENTIRE state of Connecticut since 1989. The guy
makes $300K/year. No telling how old he is, but he is an old codger. Let’s see what revelations she has about this doddering old guy that spends
his days with corpses (while she wonders why he’s odd). Here’s a guy facing off against a hungry press corp, with about 50 microphones in an
array in front of him, right after he’s been exposed to abject horror, knowing he can’t make a misstatement, and … he isn’t a practiced public
speaker. One of the first things he does is admit he’s a bit odd, then he says it’s the worst thing he’s ever seen, then he flubs thanking his
The guy may be odd, but if he was a friend of yours, you’d probably let him off on this one. This was a job no civilian would be prepared for.
You’d need an experienced battlefield doctor if you expected dignity and bearing.
At 18 minutes, she starts dissecting the guys statements. I’ve already explained this. The CME is a morbid kinda guy … most of ‘em are in my
experience. Trying to make sense of something that sounds cryptic is beyond a stretch here. Anything at this level and you’ve basically got to
assume the state’s Medical Examiner was in on it, and in on it from the get-go. This is so ludicrous I won’t even entertain the notion. Who
would bring in a guy, from the very edge of sanity, on a ground-breaking conspiracy event. No … if you believe this, you’re stupid. That’s
just a spade. BS
Now she faults the guy for keeping the parents away from their recently deceased children … and appeals to basic human nature. Again, I will
emphasize, it goes against nature itself for a parent to bury a child … but this is too much of an opportunity to address rationally. She wasn’t
even in the coroner’s office … but she knows better … she’s got the right answers. No. It was the coroner’s call, and good or bad, he made
it. So easy to sit back in the armchair and call the plays after you’ve seen the game a couple of times, no? Calling BS again … right there.