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Was Adam Lanza Too Clumsy To Kill? Clinical Psychologist Weighs in on Asperger’s

Although the information superhighway has become one of the most direct routes for reaching the truth, it has of late become littered with lies and fabrications that are steering many well-meaning truth seekers completely off course. Nowhere is this more evident than in the online discussions about the 2012 Sandy Hook Elementary School (SHES) massacre, … Continue reading

Sandy Hook Hoaxers Misrepresent FBI Crime Stats

In their desperation to come up with new material, the Sandy Hook Hoax crowd has seized on FBI violent crime statistics from 2012, claiming they show that no murders occurred in Newtown, Connecticut that year. According to the faulty logic inherent in the Hoaxer mentality, the federal government is apparently willing and able to coordinate a massive … Continue reading

Fenestration Expert Addresses Sandy Hook “Broken Glass” Claims

It’s been nearly two years since the 2012 Sandy Hook Elementary School (SHES) massacre and the facts continue to hold up against the persistent scrutiny of die-hard deniers. Nothing has really changed. In spite of the overwhelming evidence made public by the State of Connecticut and various law enforcement bodies, there are still some who … Continue reading

Newtown First Selectman speaks on overwhelming response to Sandy Hook

Newtown First Selectman Pat Llodra made an excellent suggestion when she addressed the Sandy Hook Advisory Commission last week. Assign a state agency, she said, to coordinate the flood of charitable offers that can flow in after a catastrophe. No municipality could have been prepared for the tremendous worldwide outpouring in response to the tragedy at the … Continue reading

Adam Lanza Found Inspiration in Student Film “Bullet Time”

I’ll be posting a detailed analysis of this film soon, but I wanted to get this bit out first: the Polish student film “Bullet Time,” which Adam Lanza recommended on multiple occasions on the Super Columbine Massacre RPG discussion forum, actually itself recommends the same forum as a place for budding school shooters to do … Continue reading

‘I am Adam Lanza’s Mother’

In December 2012, when 20-year-old Adam Lanza killed 27 people, including his mother and 20 children at Sandy Hook Elementary School, the nation reeled with grief. Liza Long, a mother in Boise, Idaho, asked herself: What if my son is capable of that? She came forward in a blog post titled “I am Adam Lanza’s … Continue reading

Rocky Mountain LOW: Sandy Hook Hoaxer Runs for Office in Colorado

It was almost almost exactly one year ago that the voters of Colorado’s 3rd Senate District voted to recall Democrat Angela Giron. It was a lopsided result, much bigger than the one that took out the state Senate president, a 14-point landslide against one of the Democrats who’d represented a fairly conservative district yet dared … Continue reading

The Sandy Hook “Flexfit” Hoax

A call to Flexfit Vice President Brian Yang confirms what many of us knew all along: that Sandy Hook Hoax member “Bridget Norris” [AKA Bridgette C. Ostler] deliberately altered an email she received from the company in an attempt to create the false illusion that a Flexfit hat worn by mass murderer Adam Lanza was … Continue reading

Did a conspiracy theorist just make me laugh?

Okay, okay… just to be clear, conspiracy theorists aren’t funny to me in any shape or form.  I don’t engage them, listen to them or answer to them.  I have really restrained myself from watching their awful videos mostly because I just don’t care what they think.  However, a little while ago I needed a picture of our family … Continue reading

Who really owned the guns in the Lanza home?

I detailed in a previous post how we know that the unnamed interview subject who told the FBI that Adam Lanza owned the Sandy Hook murder weapon was, in fact, his brother Ryan. This is the second part of that analysis. (quick note for frequent visitors to the blog: I didn’t intend for a seven-month delay between parts. Attempts … Continue reading