“You can fool some of the people all of the time and all of the people some of the time, but you cannot fool all of the people all of the time”–Abraham Lincoln
As Wolfgang Halbig prepares to head to Newton to pursue the truth about Sandy Hook and confront the Newtown School Board with questions, more and more evidence suggests that Sandy Hook Elementary was not even an operating school.
Not only does information about the alleged victims of the shooting–their names, their ages and their sex–not appear in the “State Police Final Report” from Connecticut, but the “autopsy photos” that accompany the report were redacted in their entirety. Actual proof of real victims is virtually non-existent.
When you combine that with the Clerk of Newtown entering into secret meetings with the state legislature to circumvent the release of their death certificates and those engaged in the destruction of the school building itself being required to agree to life-time “gag orders” about what they did or did not see and the probability we are dealing with a staged event grows larger.
A review of the redacted video coverage from the “Final Report” suggests there was a half-hearted effort to create the appearance of a thorough investigation without the substance, which is what we would expect if the entire exercise were no more than a random compilation of images. Those of the bathrooms may be the most important, since they hint the school was non-ADA compliant, an issue that we pursue below:
Most significantly, there was a recorded absence of computer activity at the school from 2008-12, which would be inconceivable unless it had been abandoned and was not actually functioning as an operating school. The limited activity in early 2008 combined with reemergence of activity in 2013 seems to have been resulted from reactivating the building for its use as a prop in late-2012.
Several web sites, including The Last Great Stand and Fellowship of the Minds, have reported that, by using the Wayback machine (which enables earlier versions of web sites to be accessed, even though they are not current), it is possible to demonstrate that Sandy Hook Elementary School had not internet activity from 2008 until late 2012 in striking contrast to other elementary schools: