Former Florida state trooper Woolfgang Halbig does not believe that ANYONE was killed at the Sandy Hook gun confiscation hoax and has done the research to prove it. Not only does he believe that no one was killed there but he has ALSO been threatened for exposing this horribly played out hoax. KateSlate11 gives us her take on this new bombshell information in the first video below while the second video contains the entire interview with this wise manan interview that must go viral for Americans to finally take back our country from the criminals who have stolen it away. Sandy Hook WAS an attempt to TAKE Americans guns and forever enslave us; this interview goes a long way towards proving that fact.

Wolfgang W. Halbig doesn’t believe anyone was killed at Sandy Hook Elementary School on December 14, 2012, and he’s looking for some answers. So many answers, in fact, that he was paid a visit by some police investigators telling him to back off.

Mr. Halbig isn’t your average “conspiracy theorist.” He’s worked in public education as a teacher, dean, assistant principal, principal of an alternative school and as the Director for School Safety and Security for the Seminole County Public Schools, a school district of approximately 65,000 students.

A former Florida State Trooper and United States Customs Inspector, Mr. Halbig was invited by the U.S. Department of Justice to train over 3,500 school police officers, school superintendents and school principals. He travels the country providing presentations and keynotes to a variety of school board associations and conferences and is a nationally-recognized school safety and security expert and consultant, who has provided safety training and school assessments for more than 4,000 school districts nationwide.

Sandy Hook: CT State Worker Reveals Why He Resigned His Position… “It made me feel sick…”

sandy-hook-elementaryWhat would you do if you worked for a state government agency and you suspected that they were covering up something really horrible?

In a moment you will read an email from a gentleman who did the only thing he could do.

He quit.

I need you to understand a few things about this email. First off it was unsolicited so it’s not in the form of any kind of interview. I went back and asked if I could use this, because I feel it is that important.

Secondly, I want you to understand that I do not consider myself a professional journalist. I am a truth seeker and a blogger. I am proud of that. I will always be a blogger. As a blogger I allow myself to be human and I respect the same in others. You will find that I have censored a lot of sections of this email and replaced those sections with [bold letters in bracketsto try to give you an idea of the meaning. Why? Because this isn’t a “Rosebud” fantasy piece. This person is real. He has a family and the safety of his family means everything. I tried to get rid of things that might give extra clues to his identity.

There are some things that, if left alone, would have made for a much bigger story, but we just can’t go there. For instance, the website that is blacked out is a top-100 site that gets literally hundreds of millions of views per month. I recently read that Drudge Report gets a billion page views per month and this page is decidedly more popular. The executive is a recognizable name that is probably on the NSA speed-dial list. All it would take is one phone call to get the ball rolling. The truth is that the NSA probably already has copies of our emails, but we don’t want to take any extra risks that have not already been taken.

With that said, I present the following email to you, because I think it’s important for everyone to understand that there are those inside the Connecticut State Government who have serious questions about what happened at Sandy Hook Elementary. Here is the email:

Hi Dean,

I am neither a paid researcher nor journalist. I am a citizen of the State of CT- and I was a State of CT employee for [xx-withheld] years, and recently resigned to pursue a career in personal/private professional investigations after, sadly, seeing the way my efforts were change were not only thwarted, but held in contempt. The frustration and cognitive (moral) dissonance of working for a [withheld-department that employed him] which was acting in ways so as to support [changed- term used generally means “immoral”] activity made me feel like a hypocrite, and I left a financially comfortable job to seek something more personally satisfying. I add this background because I’d like you to know I am college educated, worked for the government (got quite the inside look at some things, nothing huge, I wasn’t that important but enough), and continue to pursue higher education and my hobby of investigating. I do not simply buy the news I am fed, but likewise I do not simply buy a conspiracy theory. I inductively do my own investigating, research, collect data, etc. I like #s, charts, hard facts. I love a good mystery.

The day after 12/14/12- Sandy Hook- I overheard a snippet of a conversation between 2 very senior officials in the state dept in which I worked. I shouldn’t have heard it, I know, because they were whispering and did not know I was around the corner. Their tone discussing the ‘moment of silence’ we were about to be holding in the office in honor of the victims was a joking tone, and one of the 2 alluded to the other one something along the lines of “well that’s what we’re being fed, so just do it” and they snickered and I wish I had paid more attention, but it made me feel sick.

Prior to that date, the word conspiracy made me laugh, and I brushed it off. But something in their voices that day, caused me to file it away. Then…the reports of conspiracy surrounding SH were popping up. And little by little, the veil was lifted. At [xx-withheld] years old, I suddenly felt disdain for the media, and embarrassment at how much I’d believed. And, I was off. Researching, navigating public records, and sites as I’d been trained to do for work, I gathered much the same data on the homes assessment values that I saw you did as well [referencing this recent article by Dr. Eowyn].  I posted it on [extremely popular social networking site-withheld] under the username [withheld]  (if you go to [site withheld]) and search for [username withheld] you *may* be able to see some posts, or click link below. However, posting what you did, the 12/25/09 $0 values, and my curious new finding that 3 of the victim’s families had won the CT lottery twice, caused me to have my post removed, and my username banned from the post was public info, in good taste, very factual and not at all breaking any rules of the site.

Within an hour, I got a message- from [withheld, very influential online executive]. He said he personally removed my post and username- which he has never done before- but that I was “making some people very uncomfortable”.  I politely asked what crime I committed in others’ discomfort- much of the info in challenging govt and media is disconcerting, adding that I am uncomfortable with what I know as well.  He said basically that my information was “very thorough and well researched and showed a lot of validity” and that he was contacted to remove it personally and he did not want me to post anything further as I could cause a lawsuit, essentially.

Well, I stopped posting under that name there, and yet the fire under my ass was lit even more.

I continue to research, the way I’m working now is victimology. (As well as look into the families of the Public Relations wave that occurred Post Event. I’ve steered away from exploring the more common names eg. Gene Rosen) I have noticed the importance of Karen Eifert (Tersak) Dr(e)yer, as well as Lillian and Tom Bittman, AND many of the people who volunteer for Sandy Hook’s Vol Fire Dept.

I’ve also noticed that there are areas of the town with a higher concentration of involved parties- of course there could be many reasons for this, but I’ve noticed a trend where some streets are entirely populated with either victims families, friends who spoke out in the media, and political figures/town employees.

There was either political and media manipulation and orchestration etc. ad nauseum, OR this is an absolutely fascinating case study in synchronicity and some form of anomalous coincidences occurring in a very Jungian collective unconscious.

Statistical anomalies abound and the reasons are either one of those, I think.

What is also interesting is that I do not have a theory- that is to say, I dont know WHAT happened that day, WHO orchestrated it, or HOW. I do not know what I think about if children were hurt, who the families were, what is true/real. I do know that what we are being fed is false, but I do not have a working theory that I am seeking to prove. All I want is the truth.

I think the lottery connection is something correlational– not positive- but it seems to be another corrupt/scandal issue that a few families have some cross over connections with.  I will link you to a site that is interesting to research. Other states do not have so many repeat winners. CT is an anomaly, and searching for Newtown and Sandy Hook’s winners will return extremely anomalous results.

I suppose I’m reaching out to say thank you, to share my experience, and to connect. Attempting to find the truth is lonely, and truly only personally morally rewarding. Following my heart has hit my bank account, and put a slump in my career, and yet I wouldn’t change it because I feel there is real merit here.

If I rocked the boat enough for [withheld identity and accolade mentioned, this is a very important and well-known online executive]– then I (and thus, you) are doing something right.

How goes it for you now?  I hope to hear from you. Do you have any advice on how I can make a living in this field? it is a tough road, but I can’t seem to go back to the life I was leading now that I’ve lifted this veil, you know?

I hope we can share/discuss, or you can lend me some ideas/insight. Truth seeking is a thankless lonely road!

Thanks for taking the time to read this.


[name withheld]

If you received this email, wouldn’t you feel the need to share it with people? It may not be front page news but it is genuine and I think it is very important. I am not really a Sandy Hook conspiracy person. We have printed some stories on our blog about Sandy Hook inconsistencies but most of those were written by others. In fact, I am the guy who wrote the truth piece about the Victoria Soto Facebook page. Rather than jump on the bandwagon, I actually showed people how you could start a Facebook page and make it look like it was published before an event ever took place.

But when something stinks I am not afraid to expose that either.

I had never heard about this Sandy Hook-lottery angle that my friend is telling us about so I decided to check it out. It could be total coincidence and it might be something bigger. But I found this and I did check out the winner with the Connecticut lottery winner’s database. I did not check out the other claims, but he did, in fact, win significant sums twice:

Does anyone find it interesting that a parent of a Sandy Hook victim won the lottery? …….twice?

Mark Mattioli won $100,000 on 9/16/11.

Mark Mattioli’s son, James Mattioli, was a victim in the shooting on 12/14/12.

Mark Mattioli won $50,000 on 12/20/13.

Spokeswoman for the lottery is Diane Mattioli.

James Mattioli is surrounded by Sandy Hook victims, and news spokes people.

The Mattiolis lived on the SAME street as the following:

PLEASE NOTE: I have not named the street, or any of their personal information

-Victim James Mattioli

-Victim Jesse Lewis

-Victim Anne Marie Murphy

-Victim Allison Wyatt

-Victim Avielle Richman

-Victim Benjamin Wheeler’s aunt/uncle/cousins

-Victim Avielle Richman’s mother- Jennifer Hensel- owns a business there

-1st Responding Police Officer on scene Dennis Bradshaw

-the Sibleys who went on Katie Couric for interview

-Eisele family, daughter was not injured, but was in school. Went on Assoc Press circuit making statements

-PPT Coordinator for Newtown Schools, Julie Schwartz

-Sandy Hook School Donation Fund for Families is on this street

-Sandy Hook Volunteer Fire and Rescue is on this street

-Sandy Hook PTA member and vocal in news, Karyn Holden


With a little research last night I found that there is a lot of alleged corruption in Connecticut with the lottery. There are an abnormal amount of repeat winners in that state and a lot of them have no perceived ties to Sandy Hook.

So what is the truth about Sandy Hook?

We may never know but that won’t stop us from looking for the truth. Would the government set up a false flag situation like this if it advanced an agenda?

My belief is that they will do anything they need to do to get what they want. If you think our government is beyond killing innocent children, or making it look like innocent children were killed,  to advance a gun control agenda then you just aren’t paying attention.

If saying that makes me a conspiracy theorist then so be it.



Folks often quote Snopes, so I’m placing it here pre-emptively.  let’s be clear, Snopes is run by two people with absolutely NO training in formal search and research and do so out of their apartment.  Their funding is questionable and if you believe everything posted on snopes, you’d be just as naive as those that believe everything on the ‘net.  Take time, do the research and what you may find, may startle you.  our government has long had a battle with us…we’ve just not been privvy to it.

Sandy Hook Exposed

Claim:   Video documents that the shootings at Sandy Hook Elementary School were a staged hoax.


Example:   [Collected via e-mail, January 2013]

I’m seeing facebook postings regarding a conspiracy that either the Sandy Hook massacre didn’t happen and the people we see being interviewed are “crisis actors” hired to play the role of parents, etc., or it did happen but was the work of the government who used Lanza to carry out the massacre. The purpose was to move the anti-gun movement forward.


Origins:   A video widely circulated after the 14 December 2012 shootings at Sandy Hook Elementary in Newtown, Connecticut, which left 26 victims dead at that school purported to show many contradictions in facts surrounding the Sandy Hook shootings which established that the incident was a staged “hoax.” The information presented in that video was a mixture of misinformation, innuendo, and subjective interpretation, such as the following:

    • In the immediate aftermath of the terror and tragedy of the Sandy Hook shootings, there was naturally a great deal of confusion among witnesses, police, and the news media about subjects such as the number of shooters involved, the identities of those involved, and the number of guns used. It’s hardly surprising or revelatory to note that some witnesses gave contradictory statements, that police initially followed up on the possibility of multiple shooters, or that some news outlets initially reported inaccurate information. All of this is typical in the crush for information from the news media, public, and relatives of victims that follows in the wake of disasters involving large numbers of deaths.
    • In their initial sweep of the crime scene, police detained or investigated some people who were soon cleared of any involvement with the shootings:
      • According to the Newtown Bee, a “reliable local law enforcement source” told them that a man with a gun who was spotted in the woods near the school on the day of the incident was an “off-duty tactical squad police officer from another town.”
      • Chris Manfredonia, whose 6-year-old daughter attends Sandy Hook, was briefly handcuffed by police after he ran around the school trying to reach his daughter (who had been locked in a room with her teacher).
      • An unidentified man whom some children reported seeing pinned down on the ground in handcuffs outside a nearby firehouse was also briefly detained and then released when police determined he was merely an innocent passerby.
      • Contrary to claims, Christopher Rodia (not to be confused with Chris Manfredonia), whose name can be heard on a recording of a police radio transmission reporting the license plate of a “possible suspect vehicle” parked at Sandy Hook Elementary (because he was being pulled over in a traffic stop elsewhere), was not a suspect in the shootings nor was he the registered owner of the car that accused shooter Adam Lanza drove to the school. The black Honda that police impounded at the scene belonged to a relative of Adam Lanza’s and not to Rodia. Chris Rodia himself was not at Sandy Hook Elementary when the shootings took place; he was driving a different vehicle in another town at the time.

      The fact that press coverage of these people was soon dropped is not evidence of the news media’s compliance in a suppression of information about the involvement of multiple shooters; these persons were all quickly cleared of any wrongdoing and were therefore peripheral to much larger stories about the Sandy Hook tragedy. As Connecticut State Police spokesperson Lt. Paul Vance stated, “Were there other people detained? The answer is yes. In the height of battle, until you’ve determined who, what, when, where and why of everyone in existence … that’s not unusual.”

  • The seeming contradiction over how Adam Lanza could have used a Bushmaster version AR-15 rifle in the shootings when that same weapon was supposedly found locked in the trunk of his car afterwards was cleared up a few days later. The weapon found in the trunk of Lanza’s car was a shotgun, not an AR-15:

    Adam Lanza brought three weapons inside Sandy Hook Elementary school on December 14 and left a fourth in his car, police said. Those weapons were a Bushmaster AR-15 rifle and two handguns — a Glock 10 mm and a Sig Sauer 9 mm. In the car he left a shotgun …

    The primary weapon used in the attack was a “Bushmaster AR-15 assault-type weapon,” said Connecticut State Police Lt. Paul Vance.

    Connecticut state police issued an update on 23 January 2013 confirming that information:

    State police seized four guns when they responded to the shooting at Sandy Hook Elementary School in Newtown in December, according to state police.

    Police [said they had[ provided details in [previous] news conferences but wanted to eliminate any confusion or misinformation.

    Police said they found a Bushmaster .223 caliber model XM15-E2S rifle with high capacity 30 round clips, a Glock 10-mm handgun and a Sig-Sauer P226 9mm handgun inside the school.

    Police identified Adam Lanza as the gunman who shot and killed 20 first graders and six staff members.

    Police also searched Lanza’s car, which was in parking lot, and found an Izhmash Canta-12 12-gauge shotgun.

    The medical examiner was therefore correct, not mistaken, when he stated that the rifle was the primary weapon used in the shootings.

    (A video clip of an early NBC news report from 15 December 2012 which misstated the types of weapons Adam Lanza had with him on the day of the shootings was circulated, a month after the fact, as “proof” that Lanza did not use an AR-15 rifle in the shootings. As noted above, this clip was one of many examples of errors in reporting which occurred in the crush to put out information in the immediate aftermath of the shootings and was soon corrected.)

  • The video questions whether “frantic kids [wouldn’t] be a difficult target to hit” and suggests that a “20 year old autistic psyco [sic] with no gun history” would be unlikely to hit so many targets 3 to11 times each. Such a statement is mind-bogglingly inane: Adam Lanza was not picking off comprehending adults who had free range of action to escape his onslaught; he was using a semi-automatic rifle to shoot at terrified schoolchildren who were trapped in small, enclosed spaces and had little or no understanding of what was taking place.
  • The answer to the question arising from the initial misidentification of Adam Lanza as his brother Ryan, about how Adam Lanza “could possibly have Ryan’s valid ID if he has not seen him in years?” is a simple one, provided by Ryan Lanza himself: “Ryan told police that his brother … might have had his ID even though they had not seen each other in two years.” Ryan had last seen his brother in 2010, and many forms of ID are valid for two years or more. (And nothing says the ID in Adam Lanza’s possession had to be “valid”: even expired ID found on a person is generally assumed to belong to that person until proved otherwise, unless the ID is immediately ruled out due to an obvious mismatch with the characteristics of a photograph or physical description.)
  • One of several erroneous pieces of information promulgated in early reporting on the Sandy Hook tragedy was the claim that Adam Lanza’s mother Nancy was a kindergarten teacher at that school. By the following day, most major news outlets were correctly reporting that Nancy Lanza did not have any connection to Sandy Hook Elementary School.Sarah (Sally) Cox, the Sandy Hook school nurse whom USA Today mistakenly reported as saying that Nancy Lanza was a “very caring, experienced kindergarten teacher” is in fact a real person who gave numerous interviews about what she experienced during the shootings. A search run on the Connecticut state eLicensing web site using her given name of Sarah Cox (rather than “Sally Cox,” as shown in the video) confirms that she is indeed a registered nurse in the state of Connecticut.
  • Out of all the interviews and public statements made by parents, relatives, friends, and classmates of Sandy Hook victims, the video plucks two brief snippets of Robbie Parker (father of slain 6-year-old Emilie Parker) and Lynn McDonnell (mother of slain 7-year-old Grace McDonnell) smiling and laughing in conjunction with television appearances in which they spoke about their children, offering this as evidence that a hoax is being perpetrated by people who are merely pretending to be grieving parents. But parents who have lost children don’t all walk around afterwards utterly glum and disconsolate, never allowing themselves to exhibit any emotion other than sadness. Either of them might have been laughing and smiling during or immediately prior to talking about their children for any number of reasons: because they were reacting to something funny, because they were expressing nervous anxiety about facing a national television audience, or because they were recalling fond memories of their deceased children.Indeed, the audio from the portion of Lynn McDonnell’s interview with CNN’s Anderson Cooper which was used in this conspiracy video is conveniently muted so that viewers can’t see for themselves exactly why she was smiling — because she was remembering what a terrific, happy child her daughter was, and how much she loved her:

    COOPER: What do you want people to know about Grace?

    LYNN MCDONNELL: Well, Grace had such a great spirit. She was a kind and gentle soul. And she was just the light and love of our family. She was just truly a special, special little girl that we loved, and she loved her brother so much. And she loved her school, Sandy Hook.

    In fact, this week, I was telling somebody she had a stomach ache one day, and I said to her, “Why don’t you stay home with Mom?”

    And she said, “No way, I have too much fun there, and I don’t want to miss anything.” She would skip to get on the bus. It wasn’t even — you know, every morning, it was the backpack was packed the night before and ready to get on the bus in the morning and head off to school. We would blow kisses every morning to each other.

    And I remember that morning putting her on the bus. She had a habit of blowing kisses, but then she’d give me a big little liver lips like this. But then she — I knew she was so happy to go off and get there.

    So it — I’d like to say that she was at a place that she loved, and so we take comfort in that, that we know she was in a place that she really loved.

  • Gene Rosen, the man who sheltered in his home six children who escaped from the shootings at Sandy Hook Elementary, did not, as claimed by the video, take in a group of kids whom a bus driver unquestioningly left with a stranger and then keep custody of them for half an hour without contacting anyone or ascertaining what had happened to them. Rosen and the bus driver both stayed with the children at Rosen’s house, elicited from them what had taken place at the school (a process which took some time because the children were initially reticent to talk about what they had witnessed), obtained and called emergency contact numbers to reach their parents, and took them to authorities at a nearby fire station:

    [Rosen] went in his garage to feed the cats and when he came out he saw six children sitting in a circle on his front lawn.

    The six first-graders somehow had escaped from Sandy Hook Elementary School as a gunman shot and killed 20 young students and six educators.

    They ran down Dickinson Drive and around the corner to Rosen’s house on Riverside Road — less than half a mile away. They had just seen their teacher die.

    Rosen invited the children and a bus driver who was

    with them into the safety of his home.

    Two of the boys sat on a rug in front of the couch, Rosen said, and suddenly they began to talk.

    “One boy started saying loudly, ‘We can’t go back to the school, we can’t go back to the school, our teacher is gone. Ms. Soto is gone.'”

    The other boy joined in, “He had a little gun,” Rosen recalled the boy saying, “and a big gun.”

    A girl also began talking. She said she saw blood coming from Soto’s mouth, then the girl fell to the floor, Rosen said, and the narrative stopped.

    The children with Rosen knew their phone numbers, but [their] parents were not home. The bus driver called a supervisor and obtained emergency contacts for the parents and more calls were made.

    Parents of four of the six children were reached and learned their children were safe. They rushed to Rosen’s house, he said. After reuniting the children with their parents, the group walked to the firehouse next door, where students were being accounted for.

    Contrary to what is stated in the video, Gene Rosen, a retired psychologist, is not a member of the Screen Actors Guild (SAG). The claim that he is a SAG member originated with a video showing the results of an Intelius search on a Gene Rosen who is listed as once having worked for the Screen Actors Guild. However, the Gene Rosen whose information is shown in that video is clearly a different person than the one who sheltered several schoolchildren in Connecticut, as the former is 62 years old and is listed as having lived in California, Texas, and New Jersey (but not Connecticut), while a similar search on the “real” Gene Rosen confirms that he is 69 years old and has not resided outside of Connecticut.

    The claim that Gene Rosen mentioned looking a casualty list that supposedly wasn’t released until two days after his interview is also false. As documented in a Telegraph article, state police made a casualty list publicly available the day after the shootings.

  • The video references photographs of President Obama posing with the families of Sandy Hook students a few days after the shootings, a group which supposedly includes Emilie Parker, a 6-year-old girl who was killed in the shootings. Apparently viewers are expected to believe in an incredible scheme under which the parents of a dead girl who isn’t really dead (because she and her parents are actually participants in an elaborate hoax) not only completely forgot that their daughter was supposed to be dead and cluelessly brought her along to meet the President of the United States, they were also foolish enough to post pictures of the event on the Internet for everyone to see.As demonstrated in the video shown below, what the referenced photographs actually picture is one of Emilie’s younger sisters wearing a dress similar or identical to one once worn by Emilie:
  • The notion that Homeland Security is employing “crisis actors” to portray grieving parents and others connected with the Sandy Hook shootings (such as Laura and Nick Phelps) is based on nothing more than some superficial physical similarities between persons connected to the Sandy Hooks shootings and completely unrelated persons. It appears to have originated with material gleaned from WellAware1, a web site whose stock in trade is claiming that politicians, government officials, celebrities, and other people featured in media-covered events are actually imposters portrayed by actors, many of whom are supposedly members of the Greenberg/Sexton family. (Among other articles, the site maintains that Adolf Hitler and Walt Disney were both pseudo-persons portrayed by Kermit Roosevelt, son of U.S. president Theodore Roosevelt.)The Crisis Actors organization is a private company (not a government entity) which supplies trained actors to simulate various types of disasters in order to improve the efficiency of first responders and other officials in responding to various emergencies. As noted on the Crisis Actors web site, their actors do not engage in any real-world crisis events, nor do they allow their performances to be presented at any time as real-world events. Contrary to what it stated in the video, it is not true that “there have already been numerous connections between the families of Sandy Hook and members of the Crisis acting team.” No person who works with Crisis Actors has been identified as having any link of any kind to the Sandy Hook shootings.
  • The video presents a few brief out-of-context excerpts from a press interview with chief medical examiner Dr. H. WayneCarver II intended to make him seem unsympathetic and even a bit sinister. Whatever his demeanor may have been at times in having to deal with the trying process of satisfying an endless crush of media requests after the shootings, he expressed dismay and sadness in noting that Sandy Hook was the worst murder scene that he had ever witnessed, saying: “I’ve been at this for a third of a century. This is probably the worst I have seen or the worst that I know of any of my colleagues having seen.”Dr. Carver’s comment about how one can “control the situation, depending on your photographer” was not, as suggested by the video, an allusion to his attempting to manipulate the crime scene to present a particular contrived view of it to the public. It was a statement about his desire to protect the parents of the murdered students from further emotional upheaval by having them make identifications from photographs of faces only rather than from viewing the bodies of their dead children:

    Carver told reporters that he, four doctors, 10 other staff members and a college intern kept family members away from the bodies of the murdered, instead using photographs of the victims’ faces for confirmation.

    “There is a time and a place for up-close and personal in the grieving process, but to accomplish this, we thought it best to do it this way and you can control the situation, depending on your photographer,” Carver said.

    As noted earlier in this article, Dr. Carver was in fact correct in stating that the victims were shot with an AR-15 rifle and that that weapon was not later found locked in the trunk of Adam Lanza’s car: the weapon stowed in the car trunk was a shotgun, not a rifle. The conspiracy video’s compiler, not Dr. Carver, is the “unreliable source of information.”

  • Connecticut’s Division of Emergency Services and Public Protection, under the Division of Emergency Management and Homeland Security (DEMHS), did offer a FEMA course in “Planning for the Needs of Children in Disasters” on the day of the Sandy Hook shootings. However, the supposed suspiciousness of this coincidental timing is lessened when one considers that this very same course was offered a total of six times in various parts of the state on different days throughout November and December 2012.
  • The dates of some Facebook pages and snippets of Google search results related to Sandy Hook have been presented as supposed proof that material about the shootings was up on the Internet several days or more before the actual occurrence of those shootings. However, these dates do not provide reliable timelines: Facebook pages which were initially created prior to the Sandy Hook shootings for other reasons and then renamed/repurposed as memorials, tributes, condolences, and donation sites for Sandy Hook victims retained their original pre-shooting creation dates, and the dates prepended to Google search result entries are imprecise and do not always accurately reflect the dates on which the referenced material first appeared on the web (especially when the content of existing web pages has been modified to include new material).By using a date-restricted search, one can find many web-based examples of references to the Sandy Hook shootings which Google’s search results erroneously dates as having been published prior to the actual date of those shootings:

Last updated:   23 January 2013


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