In 2012, newscasts nationwide abruptly stopped their regular programming to focus on an event which at the time was called a massacre; a school shooting but this time, one at an elementary school, had everyone on the edge of their seats. But years later, not everyone is convinced that the event actually happened - the fact that we have no video of the shooter, no photos of the shooter, no video or photos of the victims, and no blood seems enough to convince a lot of people that the event was staged, however the reasons are not clear. What's your opinion?
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You are so right. This kind of thing makes me really sad. Why anyone would even start this kind of garbage and call it a hoax is beyond me. My heart aches for everyone involved. The terror every parent went through that day is unthinkable.
No disrespect, but there is a healthy list of things which just don't add up, plus they bulldozed the school right afterwards.
Do you know the reason why? That was done so parents and friends won't have to look at the building where thier children died. Please leave these families alone. And there is nothing healthy about it.
How could children go back to a school where they had feared for their lives and watched friends and teachers brutally slaughtered? And how could parents send them to such a place? Of course they bulldozed it and build a new facility.
What doesn't add up, exactly? That no one decided to release photos or video of children being shot to death or laying dead in the halls? How people don't feel absolutely VILE demanding that kind of proof is beyond me.
A charity website page was launched on Dec. 11th, 2012, a full 3 days before the event - Also why is there a big electronic "everyone must check in sign" in front of the school - this is why some call it a staged event/drill
The "everyone must check in" sign was from an interview four days AFTER the shooting. Time stamps on websites are frequently incorrect.
A little fact checking goes a long way.
Mike, think Manhattan Project, even VP Truman didn't know about it until FDR died.