Government Hiding Sandy Hook Shooting Details, To Protect Story Line?

"Connecticut Shooter Used Heavy-Duty Weapons" - NY Daily News
“Connecticut Shooter Used Heavy-Duty Weapons” – NY Daily News, yeah but which ones?
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PHOENIX, AZ –-(Ammoland.com)- The lamestream media told you:

By Dave Collins. HARTFORD, Conn. (AP) — A plan by Connecticut officials to withhold some Newtown school shooting records from the public would be another blow to government transparency, which has taken hits in other states in recent years, advocates for freedom of information laws say.

The proposal is in a bill privately crafted by Gov. Dannel P. Malloy’s office, the state’s top prosecutor and legislative leaders. It would allow authorities to withhold from the public photographs, videos, 911 call recordings and other records depicting the physical condition of any victim of the Dec. 14 shootings, unless the family gives written permission.

The legislation would bar the release of emergency responders’ audio transmissions… The bill also would limit disclosure of the death certificates of the 20 first-graders and six educators killed in the attack… Media groups and advocates of public records laws worry… They also question the bill being drafted in secrecy and not being subjected to the public hearing process like other bills are… “If you hide away documents from the public, then the public has no way of knowing whether police have done their jobs correctly,” said Sonny Albarado, city editor at the Arkansas Democrat-Gazette and board president of the Society of Professional Journalists, a free press advocacy group based in Indianapolis.

“It sets a tone where it makes it easier to hide other things, and the public suffers, in my view,” Albarado said. “Obviously, the mass murder of 26 people is a very horrific crime. But 26 people die regularly in most large towns within a few weeks or within a few months and we don’t express the same kind of horror and we don’t afford those victims or the perpetrators any kind of anonymity.”

Malloy is defending the proposal, saying that the state wants to protect and respect the wishes of relatives of the Newtown victims and that the bill applies only to the Sandy Hook shootings…

“I’ve seen a gradual sea change … toward more people asking questions about why should the public have access to information instead of why shouldn’t they,” Murphy said. “We forget why we have these laws. Any record created by government belongs to the people.”

 

The Uninvited Ombudsman notes however that:

The effort by Sandy Hook officials to hide evidence from the Sandy Hook massacre only accents the questions that were never answered about this stunning crime that led to calls for suppression of the Second Amendment.

It is good, in a perverse sort of way, that government is attacking the First Amendment rights of the press, because this wakes up the “news” media, who are otherwise surprisingly content to let government abuse pass unchallenged. Let the slightest infringement of their rights surface, and the outrage knows no bounds, a good outcome for freedom, even if it is a double standard and hypocritical.

Early reports indicated the murderer used four handguns, found at the murder scene, to perpetrate the atrocity. Later, the “news” was changed to blame so-called “assault rifles,” which police originally said were found unused in the criminal’s vehicle.

A news conference was convened outdoors for the chief medical examiner, surrounded by state police officers. Normally, such a news conference would be held at the hospital, with the doctor surrounded by other doctors. The doctor, who claimed with pride to have experience and seniority over all the other medical personnel, and who had performed examinations of the victims, could not or would not identify the caliber of the bullets used.

He stuttered and stalled in failing to reveal this simple and critical piece of information. All of the rounds, scores of them, if the “assault rifle” story was accurate, would have been easily recognizable .223 caliber rounds. No explanation was ever given for this disjoint in the handgun (initial report) and “assault weapon” (refreshed report) version of the story. “Assault weapons” were viciously attacked by the media and some members of Congress afterwards, using the crime for leverage.

If Connecticut is successful in suppressing this information, which is being done “to protect the children,” one more layer of government transparency will be forever lost. The effort to suppress this information through legislation is being limited only to this crime. This is known as XXXX XXXX! (fill in the blank, you may as well use your own adjectives and outrage.)

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The Lone Ranger
The Lone Ranger
6 years ago

Dear Connecticut State Attorney Kevin Kane, I am writing to you to ask if it’s true that the State of Connecticut is restricting access to all the Sandy Hook crime files including autopsies, 911 calls, etc. without any regard for public disclosures. After watching film clips from CNN, ABC, CBS, NBS, PBS and other mainstream (lamestream) stations and seeing the most accurate comparisons on the internet, that there is an overwhelming case for reasonable suspicion that this event did not happen for the reasons fed to the public. The day that it happened, traumatized my wife and to a point… Read more »

daveinga
daveinga
7 years ago

to believe this happened as presented, one would have believe that 20 children and 6 adults were declared dead by police w/in the 1st few minutes. no one required medevac helicopters? no cpr?no crash carts? just donut eating cops pronouncing everybody dead. no doc’s required, as per the law? then we are expected to believe a 112 lb., 6′ tall sickly homebody geek shot like an experienced pro w/ the .223 semi-auto, in record time too. never mind the camo clad pro(s) (off duty cops) caught running through the adjacent woods. just out for a walk? guess they didn’t need… Read more »

asaph
8 years ago

what conn group is there that I can join that is exposing this false flag?

The Lone Ranger
The Lone Ranger
6 years ago
Reply to  asaph

There is a man that’s experienced in school safety that feels no children died and he’s going to bring Newtown officials to court plus he’s filed suits on other people involved in courts in several states. He’s been primarily using his own money, he’s tried to get crowd funding but the families of the dead children stopped his funding by threatening the funding site.

Wolfgang Halbig is bringing them to court. You can visit his site at:

http://www.sandyhookjustice.com/

james
james
8 years ago

They do not want the public to know the truth.

More under the table back room legislation,
just like what Gov Dumbo Cuomo did in NYS.

VT Patriot
VT Patriot
8 years ago

Apparently my previous post was deleted. Just suggested that folks go check out the videos on U tube that show all kinds of minor discrepancies. Look them up, then judge for yourself.

VT Patriot
VT Patriot
8 years ago

This crime is being perpetuated by the governor and his cronies. There is the video of a ‘long gun’ being removed from the trunk of the car. How did the perp get it into the car when he was dead? Second, that was at night. Did they wait all day to find it? Third, it was a shotgun. There is so much mis-information on this whole crime it is a joke. Look up the U-tube vids, there are many, 2 different schools, FBI agents raiding the wrong school, no ambulances at the scene etc. This whole thing stinks, watch for… Read more »

Phil
Phil
8 years ago

Strange that ABC New reported that morning that the AR-15 style weapon was found “in the trunk of his car”!

How could he use it to shoot the kids if it was lock in the trunk of his car?

Mike
Mike
8 years ago

I watched this so called medical examiner. He should have been in a straight jacket and the those who voted for him or appointed him should have their brains checked for incompetence!

Lewie Paine
Lewie Paine
8 years ago

Carver never says, “223.” He only mentions “long gun.” You should have watched the video before you commented.

Kent Newcomb
Kent Newcomb
8 years ago

You are incorrect in saying the medical examiner did not identify the caliber used. He was very clear in stating all weapons were shot at close range with a .223 caliber weapon. I dont believe the official version of events, however you need to be accurate in your statements.