Google the Columbine school shooting and you will find no overt conspiracy theories attached to it. You will get the same results for Fort Hood and Virginia Tech as well. So why is the Sandy Hook School shooting – whatever really happened there -being treated with a disproportionate sense of secrecy and urgency?
Could it be the “crisis actors” that kept popping up in all the news photos? Or perhaps it was the complete lack of documentation that a school shooting had actually occurred. Maybe it’s the complete absence of any photographic proof of dead bodies, or what is obviously staged, emotionless actors walking around in circles.
Or, maybe it was this poorly trained actor pretending to be a grieving father caught on a hot mic laughing when he thought the camera was not yet on. We invite you to watch these 3 videos and make up your own mind.
Whatever it is, one thing is for sure. This school is not simply being torn down, it is being vaporized at the molecular level to prevent anyone or anything from discovering the truth of what happened there that day.
NY Daily News: When the demolition is done, almost every trace of the doomed Newtown school will be gone. The bricks and glass that once comprised the Sandy Hook Elementary School will be pulverized.
The steel that supported the structure where a madman with a Bushmaster AR-15 rifle massacred 20 first graders and six brave staff members will be melted down.
And all of it will be hauled off to what officials are calling an “undisclosed location” to spare the Connecticut town more trauma.
Only the memory of the horrors that happened on Dec. 14 — and dust from the debris — will remain when the school is razed next week.
“We want to be absolutely certain to do everything we can to protect the privacy of the families and the Sandy Hook community,” town official Patricia Llodra told the Associated Press.
“We’re going to every possible length to eliminate any possibility that any artifacts from the building would be taken from the campus and . . . end up on eBay.”
Demolition is expected to be finished before the first anniversary of the massacre.
In its place, Newtown will build a new school funded by a $49.3 million state grant.
The destruction — and the construction — will be handled by a project management company called Consigli Construction, which has been sworn to secrecy, The News-Times of Danbury, Conn., reported.
Barricades will be erected around the work site. Security guards will be posted to keep the curious away. And construction workers may be subjected to background checks and will be forbidden to discuss what they are doing. source – NY Daily News