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Sandy Hook School Shooting: A Medical Practitioner Analyzes the Official Report’s Errors and Anomalies

By Diane Jakopovic

(PDF: Medical Aspects of the Shooting at Sandy Hook School (Final 2)

Having worked as a Registered Respiratory Therapist (RRT) in a pediatric hospital for over twenty years, over 10 years of which were in exclusively in the intensive care units, and 5 years working as a Registered Polysomnography Technician (RPSGT) in the Neuro/Sleep Lab, I felt qualified to address some of what was written in the official report of the Sandy Hook School massacre. I am also certified as a Specialist in Pediatric/Neonatal Respiratory Care. However, I am not a physician, a nurse, an emergency responder, and I don’t live in Connecticut, so I felt it necessary to defer my logic and opinions to what their guidelines and protocols were, prior to the Sandy Hook shooting. Unfortunately, I was not able to find information to fit the exact circumstances at Sandy Hook (pediatric mass casualty) other than their Triage algorithm. I also found information that dealt with gunshots, transporting, etc. so pulled that information into my comments. Whenever possible, I included a link to those online documents.

(Section 1 – Triage & Tagging)

I began by reviewing their START Triage Protocol and pulled out some pertinent information. My comments are at the end:

http://www.emsconedonline.com/PDFs/STARTTriage.pdf

S.T.A.R.T – SIMPLE TRIAGE AND RAPID TREATMENT

A multiple or mass casualty incident can be defined as any incident in which more casualties are present than an initial response assignment can reasonably handle. More assets are required for triage, treatment, and transport than can arrive in a timely fashion.

SCENE SIZE UP
1. Conduct a scene size up.
a. Assure well-being of responders
b. Determine if (or render as possible) the scene safe prior to entering
c. If there are several patients with the same medical complaints consider hazmat, WMD, or CO poisoning. Call for the appropriate assets.

2. Take BSI (Bodily Substance Isolation – take precautions to avoid contact with bodily substances.)

3. Determine the number of patients. If there are multiple or mass casualties, communicate that fact through the proper channels, establish command, and establish a medical officer and triage officer.

 

I referred to their JumpStart algorithm, (for pediatrics, not adults):

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From the final report:

Book 6 – –1 (Kullgren): “When the search was complete we determined it was safe to begin evacuating students and staff.”

Book 6 – 00002113 (Cassavechia (Paramedic)): “Cassavechia stated that four separate patient assessments were made to guarantee no one was resuscitatable. Cassavechia said that the victims were formerly triaged using the SMART triage program.”
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Inconsistencies in Official CT Sandy Hook Investigations Suggest Coverup

duck-walkOn this week’s episode of Real Politik Australia-based independent researcher Allan Powell joins the program to discuss his deep research on the 2012 Sandy Hook massacre. Mr. Powell lays out his analysis focusing on a set of images provided in the Vimeo video below.

He argues that the apparent investigation and police report of the incident carried out by Connecticut State Attorney Steven Sedensky and State Police released and released in late 2013 defy normal protocols. Further, there are clear contradictions and suggestion of a coverup based on the documents’  various disclosures concerning the crime scene and related evidence.

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The Death of Michael Cravey: Unanswered Questions and Missing Information

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Michael Cravey

On the morning of March 3, 2014 Michael Cravey, a 28-year-old internet conspiracy researcher who worked under the pseudonym Thomas Brinkley, allegedly attacked a couple on the University of Florida campus. “Oh my God, he’s going to get me,” a woman whispered to a 911 dispatcher, before repeating it louder. “Oh my God, he’s going to get me.”

The woman claimed Cravey was laughing as he assailed her spouse, stabbing him in the neck with a knife. Cravey then led police on a high speed car chase that police eventually called off. Three hours later in a department store parking lot Cravey died in a hail of police gunfire after charging an officer with a hatchet. The press suggested that Cravey “espouse[d] conspiracy theories involving Aurora, Colo., mass shooting suspect James Holmes.” And tragically his preoccupations manifested in a spasm of crazed violence.

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South Carolina Church Shooting: Were Dylann Roof Photos Digitally Altered?

forensicDisturbing Forensic Evidence

H/t to Toni

An open-access website called fotoforensics.com allows visitors to analyze digital images and detect potential alteration. One of the techniques offered at the site is Error Level Analysis. According to the site’s tutorial on ELA:

Error Level Analysis (ELA) permits identifying areas within an image that are at different compression levels. With JPEG images, the entire picture should be at roughly the same level. If a section of the image is at a significantly different error level, then it likely indicates a digital modification …

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DOJ Acknowledged Significant Gang Stalking Problem in ’06

stalking1,jpgFOIA Documents Released Under FOIA Suggest 10% of US Population Experienced Stalking-Harassment

Over the past several years government and law enforcement officials have denied that U.S. citizens are routinely stalked by teams or groups of anonymous individuals. Documents obtained from the U.S. Department of Justice under the Freedom of Information Act reveal that these official denials are false.

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FSU Shooting: The Anticipation of Mass Fraud

FSU_FootballBy Dr. Jason Kissner

While it is obviously vital to detect and deconstruct the fictitious narratives that often accompany mass events charged with political significance, here we will discuss another potential line of thought that should perhaps be pursued: the anticipation of mass fraud.

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The Sandy Hook School Massacre and FBI Data Anomalies

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By Prof. Jason Kissner

Adan Salazar at Infowars recently published an article asserting that the FBI says no one was killed at Sandy Hook. The article draws on FBI uniform crime report (UCR) data as evidence. Specifically, Salazar indicates that UCR homicide data contains an entry of “0” for the Newtown, Connecticut row.

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