Sandy Hook Shooting

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Dalaney Renz
Ms. Mendoza
English 10
3/7/13
Sandy Hook Shooting
Mainstream media claims that Sandy Hook shooting was a massacre and an intruder at the school took many children’s lives that day. But there has been strange behavior and evidence that the shooting was a hoax, planned and acted by the government so people would be persuaded to believe that guns are the problem. Therefore, the government would try and take away our second amendment rights.

Friday December 14th, 2012 mainstream media shared a terrible story that happened at Sandy Hook Elementary School in Newtown, Connecticut. A gunman, Adam Lanza, killed twenty children within the ages of five to seven. Six adults were killed and two others were wounded. Officials say they don’t know the reasoning behind the mass killing but investigators found that someone had reported that, “Adam had an altercation with four other staff members at the school just a day before the shooting” (Staff). Three out of four of those people were shot the next day in the massacre. Ryan Lanza, Adam’s brother, said, “Adam had a history of mental problems” (Staff). Lanza’s mother, Nancy was found shot dead at her home, investigators believe that Lanza killed her before the school shooting. He then killed himself after killing all twenty-six people.

Nancy Lanza was apparently a gun collector. Adam used her semi-automatic AR-15 rifle made by Bushmaster and pistols made by Glock and Sig Sauer. Lanza used an assault weapon to shoot at an entrance to get into the school. Before breaking into the school Lanza shot up a teacher’s car, Lauren Rousseau, along with several other cars. The question has been whether or not she was targeted. He killed the principal of Sandy Hook Elementary and the school psychologist in the front office and then proceeded to Ms. Rousseau’s class. “Fifteen of her sixteen first graders were shot several times and killed and the teacher shot as well” (Wikipedia). Investigators are now wondering if Lanza was jealous because his mother Nancy volunteered at the school often.

So many things don’t seem to add up in this supposedly second deadliest incident in American history, next too the 2007 Virginia Tech massacre. Starting off with Adam Lanza’s death record just a day before the shooting, December 13th. The day of the shooting Adam Lanza’s identification was his brothers, Ryan Lanza, which claimed he hadn’t seen him in years. Witness’s claimed that they saw Ryan Lanza being handcuffed on scene. Many families said they saw a man being held by police officers and brought out of the school and as he saw families crying he screamed, “I swear I’m not the one who did it”. Police were chasing three other suspects in the woods behind the school shown on video. Also, others claim they say two other men fleeing the scene in a van. “Initial media reports did say that there may have been more than one shooter involved, but as the details came in and the events were clarified, Lanza was the only gunman named and the evidence cleared every other initial suspect” (Hallowell). “The New Town Bee, a local outlet, reported that a law enforcement official told them that the man seen in the woods had a gun and was nearby the school. He was apparently an off-duty tactical squad police officer from a nearby area. Also police handcuffed Chris Manfredonia, the father of a six-year-old student at the school, briefly after he ran around the school in an effort to find his daughter. And another unidentified man was briefly detained, but later released when he was found to be an innocent bystander” (Hallowell).

Theorists believe that crisisactors.com have played a big role in this shooting. Gene Rosen a neighbor nearby Sandy Hook school claimed that six students ran from the school to his home and he kept them inside and entertained them until it was all over. He never called police, or parents, or asked questions to the children. He first stated that they escaped and ran to...
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