[The following is a fully revised and updated version of the essay, “Top Ten Reasons: Sandy Hook was an Elaborate Hoax,” originally published in January 2014. The essay is one of many new works featured in the brand new volume, Nobody Died at Sandy Hook: It Wasn’t a Massacre, It was a FEMA Drill, Second Edition, published by Moon Rock Books.-JFT]
Revised and Updated
by Vivian Lee
“It is an old maxim of mine that when you have excluded the impossible, whatever remains, however improbable, must be the truth.”
–Sherlock Holmes (“The Adventure of the Beryl Coronet”)
Figure 1. Gene Rosen Fox News live interview of December 18, 2012, now known to have been filmed in front of a green screen, with the “everyone must check in” sign inserted in the background.
This article was first published in January 2014 at Veterans Today, a little over one year after the alleged Sandy Hook Elementary School shooting of December 14, 2012. Much research on Sandy Hook has been done since the time of its publication, but the original “top ten reasons” that discredit the official story are still as valid as ever. They form the basis for all further research and, as such, are offered here in a revised and updated version – which has just been published in Nobody Died at Sandy Hook, second edition. Means of accessing the videos from the online article are given in the notes.
As the article was being written, The New York Times, our nation’s newspaper of record, published a story on Connecticut’s “final report” on the Newtown shooting (December 27, 2013). In this article we are told that although the report contained “hundreds of photographs, hours of video, and voluminous crime scene reports… care was taken to conceal the most graphic crime scene images.” Not only that—the final report does not even include the names, ages, or sex of the alleged shooting victims (Figure 2). There was no actual identification of any of the dead. Even the News–Times of Danbury, CT, found it unsatisfying.
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