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but, defaming, libeling, or otherwise exposing innocent people, especially those who are still suffering from this tragedy, to further insult or pain is below the base level of compassion we can tolerate.
reply to post by javelinfangz
...cross contamination is only possible under certain conditions
- A CSI from the school scene went to the residence scene, and used the same gloves from the school, to handle the weapon at the house..not really possible, when you take into account that as per the report, the two scenes were processed by two different units...
- The savage rifle they claim was used to kill Mrs. Lanza was actually used at the school, and planted at the residence..
- There was at least one other shooter, Mrs. Lanza was killed AFTER the event at the school, the rifle was left there, and ME's office either lied about Mrs. Lanza's estimated TOD, to ensure continuity on the official timeline, or was just flat out wrong (mistakes happen)
- A MONUMENTAL screwup at the crime lab....which is only possible if a single crime lab was used to process all evidence..not sure if this was the case..different units processed each scene, not sure if everything went to a single lab though..
I find it difficult to accept that there is no mention of how the "bus driver" that supposedly transported the kids to *snip* house got there or that there is no mention about that particularly troubling part of the narrative.
I also find the fact that the person who was reported to be an armed tactical officer from a neighboring town is now just "new reporters" that were chased down in the woods.
If anyone's considering a Savage .22 cal rifle as a weapon for mass murder forget it. 26 victims with a .22? Not even remotely possible unless every victim were completely disabled.
It would take a wound to either the brain or the heart from a .22 to be quickly fatal.
I just don't see the circumstantial evidence leaning towards that.
Nor do I remember them specifically stating what they found the DNA on.
Just trying to help eliminate possibilities here.
Eta: the report states they positively matched the shell casings to the weapon (bushmaster .223) but could not match any of the bullets. Given the sheer number of bullets said fired (200 -250?)
Sure, bullets disintegrate on contact with certain things but tend to retain their shape in others. There must have been some that hit books, furniture, ceiling tiles etc that at least one would still be in fair shape.
I find it incredible they could not match one with that rifle. I've never heard of that.edit on 9-12-2013 by Asktheanimals because: added comment
Adam changing his clothes on a regular or irregular basis will never be anything more than loose speculation and as such means absolutely nothing.
When approaching this subject with a skeptical mind, you must be very careful in your assertions and postulations, the subject matter does not allow for normal people to give you space for half thought out and ill researched conjecture.
Concise, irrefutable proof is the answer to the skeptics who hold on to the official story. The enemy of those who dissent are people who would lodge illogical and ill thought out scenarios about what happened with no proof, that is what discredits the argument as a whole faster than anything else.
That, perhaps, will prove to not be complete speculation, that, may be able to be proved. We shall see.