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reply to post by Libertygal
They released the entire report yesterday afternoon.
reply to post by Helious
Read the report.
Your statement was that he was serial killer crazy. I asked you to provide a qualifying basis for that statement. You offered that I should read the report.
I have read the report, and a whole lot of other reports.
What is the basis for stating what you claim, outside of the report that was just put out by "authorities". Is there co berating testimony from those that knew Lanza? Is there a wealth of information about him being a problem child within the community?
Do you have a detailed report from his medical records that labels him as manic or anything such as this? You're basing your entire opinion on this report. That is a fact and it's ok. If your willing to accept what you are told without questioning, that is your natural right to do so.
With that said, I choose not to just believe what I am told, I choose to ask questions, questions that sometimes are not popular but should and need to be asked. I don't see the evidence that you see because I can't personally trust a report that I view as disingenuous. Accountability is the name of the game in today's America, people are sick of, I didn't know, maybe it's possible, I wasn't informed. It's rampant, out of control and smacks of progressive agenda.
Our government has a PROVEN history of lying to achieve social and political agendas, it's not up for debate, it's factual. When approaching a situation that has a high motive for agenda pushing that doesn't add up outside of "official" context, I would venture to say it is our duty to ask questions, the hard ones because if we don't, we end up with things like the Patriot Act.
Hows that working out for Americans? Want some more of that? Let them go ahead and take the guns, See what legislation follows. Pick up a history book and spare yourself the read of the official story of SH.edit on 25-11-2013 by Helious because: (no reason given)
I hate to be the bearer of bad news, I really do. The American government is arming for war, it has been for some time starting with the Patriot Act, continuing with the formation and buildup of the DHS and the militarization of our police force nationwide.
Lets face some inconvenient facts, shall we. Terrorism, is just not that big of a threat. It doesn't justify the DHS, it doesn't justify the TSA and it doesn't justify the constant stripping of personal liberty that we now endure on a daily basis. Yet, it continues on.
Recognize things for what they are and even if you do not or cannot do anything else, apply critical thinking to what has been and is taking place in America. Open your eyes very wide and look around, it's downright scary.
reply to post by Libertygal
Thanks so much for posting the links. This is mounds of additional information - more than the original report I think. Many of the text PDF files are nothing but reports from officers where they went to inform family members, took personal items from the school to them etc. Mundane stuff but I'm willing to go through each and every one.
As for the pictures I'm troubled by the green Honda and the blue Camry next to it. If you look at how they're parked next to each other I don't see how it could have been hit in the rear door. The bullet entry appears to be on a nearly perpendicular path (sideways) to the vehicle. The Toyota van on the other side of Rousseau's Honda was hit in the radiator and in one group of pictures shows the radiator fluid all over the parking lot.
Lanza's car after dusting for prints appears to show glove marks instead of fingerprints on the door handle and frame.
There are many other questions being raised in my mind but I want to be thorough and go through all the material first before bringing them up for discussion here.
Any new posts I will list those files I have gone through and would ask others to do the same. This way we can cover all the material without everyone having to look through every part.