The call from janitor Rick Thorne who reportedly shouted at the gunman to put down his weapon was actually disconnected by 911 dispatch. Thorne stated
the shootings happened "5 minutes ago". If police had not yet found Thorne it might indicate that indeed they did wait before entering the building.
This is also inferred by firsthand accounts from Newtown PD who said they got in to positions around the building to enter simultaneously. Here is
where several crucial minutes may have been lost.
I had always believed something was being covered up at Sandy Hook or that the weapons at the scene were swapped to help fit a political agenda on
order of higher authorities. Remember initial reports stated only handguns were used then it was changed to an AR15 later in the day after Federal
authorities arrived on scene.
The questions I would like to have answered are:
Who made the decision that only police could enter the building and why?
Who ascertained that all the children were dead on scene and beyond medical help (we know it had to be police but who among them?)
Why was the usual mass casualty incident protocol cast aside in this particular event and only this event?
Why did it take nearly an hour for the first victims to reach Danbury Hospital only 12 miles away?
What was the final disposition and make of all the weapons said to brought to the school by Adam Lanza?
What did Medical examiner Carver mean when he said that "he hoped this wouldn't crashing down around the heads of Newtown later" ?
Besides Noah Pozner did any of the parents see the bodies of their children after they were murdered?
Why would they arrest a fellow officer in the woods who showed up?
Danbury State's Attorney Stephen Sedensky will release his summary on that date and a full state police report, which sources said will be
thousands of pages, will be released at a date yet to be determined.
Don't get your hopes up for answers. Only a summary
is being released. Yet another delay, another change from normal procedure in regards to
Sandy Hook. How long does it take to put together the information, I mean c'mon it's been nearly a year and we will not see a full report until 2014?
This also struck me as odd - is it common practice to show crime reports to the families of victims before being released to the public?
Last week, Gov. Dannel P. Malloy said it was time to release the report so that the families had time to review it well before the one-year
anniversary of the shooting.
edit on 21-11-2013 by Asktheanimals because: added comment