Posted on 15 February 2013.
A YouTube video, “The Sandy Hook Shooting—Fully Exposed,” has surfaced on the web and has been viewed by more than 10 million viewers. Gene Rosen, a Newtown resident who sheltered six children during the shooting, was recently prank called and emailed by those who believe he is an actor.
Top 10 list feels the following theories need to be debunked and most of these ridiculous accusations need to be withdrawn. It’s absolutely insane how people try to take away a person’s loss and belittle the family members into thinking that they did something wrong. It goes without saying that we should stand up to these bullies and support the family members who lost their loved ones. Stand up to this hatred and let’s not make history repeat itself.
Culprits? James Tracy, a Florida Atlantic University tenured communications professor, claimed that the timeline of the Sandy Hook tragedy showed that there was a coordinated effort to hide the ‘real’ story. This nutty professor eventually retracted his statement and said, “‘There are certainly people that lost their loved ones, there is no doubt about it.” There are more, but we can start with Tracy.
For every theory, we’ve added a picture of an innocent child that was lost to violence. as a reminder to the deniers how precious and innocent they were. We mourn their loss and stand united with the parents to ensure justice and peace for the future.
1. Theory # 1
One conspiracy theory argues that something is amiss because the adults in Newtown did not grieved hard enough.
According to this theory, many of the shattered adults we have seen on camera are actors. Horribly mistaken and wrong!
2. Theory # 2
The second conspiracy theory claims that Emilie is still alive and has appeared in photograph with President Obama. Despite these heinous beliefs, it was not Emilie in the picture; it was her sister. The theories came about after Robbie Parker went on television to make a statement about his daughter’s death.
Anyone watching the live broadcast, could see that Robbie Parker was having a hard time expressing his thoughts and finding his composure.
3. Theory #3
The third theory claims that memorial websites were set up before the shooting took place on Dec. 14. The reason for this is because Google search result entries are not always precise and do not always accurately reflect the date on which the reference material first appeared on the we.
4. Theory #4
One of the first conspiracies about Sandy Hook is that there was a second shooter. News coverage on the day of the murders showed a man in camouflage who had been arrested in the woods near the school. Bystanders reported that the man said, “I didn’t do it,” but no information on the man’s identity was forthcoming.
The mystery was solved within two weeks of the murders. On Dec. 27, it was reported that the 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.
The SWAT officer was not the only person detained by police near Sandy Hook the day of the shooting. Chris Manfredonia, a father of a 6 year old, was running around the school trying to find his daughter when he was handcuffed by police. Manfredonia was released and he found his daughter alive.
5. Theory #5
The weapon used by Lanza has also been the source of confusion. Paul Vance of the State Police confirmed to CNN that Lanza carried three guns in the attack. The primary weapon was a Bushmaster AR-15, but he also carried Glock 10 mm and Sig Sauer 9 mm pistols.
Early reports that the AR-15 was found in the trunk of Lanza’s (not Rodia’s) car were not correct. The weapon recovered from the trunk was actually a shotgun. A Youtube video showed police removing the gun, which does not appear to be an AR-15, from the trunk of the car.