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#16 compl3x

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Posted 12 January 2013 - 16:17

Tracy thinks that the lack of public scrutiny of the victims' families is a good reason to question the official narrative.


Ugh. Yeah, go harass the grieving parents of dead kids to satisfy your delusional worldview. Scumbag.


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Posted 12 January 2013 - 22:36

Why is this any different to all the 911 conspiracy theories? Seems to me there's always some crackpot blathering on about this stuff.


You really should read his reasoning, before labeling the professor as a 'crackpot'. ;)

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Posted 12 January 2013 - 22:53

The media reporting on the Sandy Hook shootings was terrible, with numerous factually inaccuracies and made-up nonsense. It's not due to a conspiracy though, rather an attempt to garner ratings by constantly bombarding the viewer with "breaking news". It was the same with the Aurora shooter.

Unfortunately people would rather believe in elaborate conspiracy theories. It's sad that so many people's lives are so devoid of meaning that they have to manufacture elaborate conspiracies where none exist. There are tens of thousands of firearms-related homicides each year, so there really is no need to make up high-profile shootings - politicians really don't have to manufacture anything to have grounds for restricting firearms.

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Posted 12 January 2013 - 22:56

Some things make me really want to throw feces at my screen.

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Posted 12 January 2013 - 23:13

This guy just wants his 15 minutes and hes getting it, his story is so messed up, even CNN decided to report on it. They usually ignore the conspiracy theories.

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Posted 12 January 2013 - 23:23

Well the original broadcasts on the local CT news did have and show the second shooter that disappeared, so there is that, and I also like how the story went from the Bushmaster being in his car to him shooting everyone with it, instead of the handguns like originally reported, but I'm not the one asking those questions


A few things we know;
people make a lot of noise over events they don't know much about, and near always assume the worse. This gets passed a theory on what happened to others. Someone uses that as hear say and an assumption of facts is created.
The first news reporters that are grabbing a news story go by what the public tell them and they try to put a news story together on information they have at the time. a bit of media leeway is given until a statement is given by the police of actual facts.

If it was a conspiracy, you'd have thought the white house or whoever is behind it would have gotten the facts straight before unleashing the actors or hired hitman/men and letting the media and public in on it.... or maybe that's the plan, give so much false information that people dismiss it when its right under their nose.

Setup or not, the frenzy was done by a person not the weapon. However the media or white house or whoever set it up or are reporting on it have created some what of a black lash on the use of guns. Maybe it was already time with enough parents hating others for having them, could even be that the whole thing was staged but people still don't want guns, or at least want others to have guns. We're still going to have crazy people running around and plotting to kill, next time it might simply be mowing people down in his car or downloading pipe bomb plans off the internet.

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Posted 13 January 2013 - 05:31

The media reporting on the Sandy Hook shootings was terrible, with numerous factually inaccuracies and made-up nonsense. It's not due to a conspiracy though, rather an attempt to garner ratings by constantly bombarding the viewer with "breaking news". It was the same with the Aurora shooter.


Yep. There is a race between networks to "get it first", this usually leads them to getting it wrong. Sometimes woefully wrong. Journalistic integrity and ethics are taking a backseat to rating and sensationalism.

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Posted 13 January 2013 - 05:49

Ignorant people stay ignorant

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Posted 13 January 2013 - 06:02

http://www.youtube.c...&v=Ocx6qLZ6BnU#!
Interesting vid. People cant seem to get their story right.

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Posted 13 January 2013 - 06:20

Ignorant people stay ignorant

http://www.youtube.c...&v=Ocx6qLZ6BnU#!
Interesting vid. People cant seem to get their story right.



The amount of people involved in this is far to great to maintain and hold such a vast conspiracy. The only one screaming conspiracy are the ones outside of the box, those who were directly involved or affect by this have said nothing about this being a hoax. To call people who don't buy into this conspiracy ignorant is based on ignorance itself.

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Posted 13 January 2013 - 06:36

To call people who don't buy into this conspiracy ignorant is based on ignorance itself.


Not to say arrogant.

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Posted 13 January 2013 - 06:57

Look I'm just saying not only me but a lot of people are starting to thing something fishy about this event. A lot of different stories from family, media, and law enforcement. Look at this video I copied it at current time so you dont need to watch it all. I think its weird how a little kid would write the president a letter about not allowing citizens to have guns before she dies.

See it here http://www.youtube.c...G2ACkyQE#t=218s

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Posted 13 January 2013 - 07:19

Look I'm just saying not only me but a lot of people are starting to thing something fishy about this event. A lot of different stories from family, media, and law enforcement. Look at this video I copied it at current time so you dont need to watch it all. I think its weird how a little kid would write the president a letter about not allowing citizens to have guns before she dies.

See it here http://www.youtube.c...G2ACkyQE#t=218s




Practically every major unnatural event that's happened in the US in the last 60 or so years has resulted in a conspiracy popping up behind it. There will always be someone who doesn't believe the story or events that happen. Some people refuse to accept reality and some go against the grain because that's just how they are. Again notice how the only ones speaking out about this are all people who have no relation to the events that unfolded. So many people were affect by this event that it's asinine to think that such a large story could hold together, yet no one that was directly affect has come out saying otherwise. So compl3x was right, its arrogant to cry that others are ignorant.

For a true conspiracy to work, it's needs to be tightly controlled and contained. To many cooks in the kitchen create risk of someone messing us and Sandy Hook has hundreds of cooks if not more. To many kids and adults lost, to many families directly and indirectly affected, to many law enforcement, to many media personal, to many people in general and yet the ONLY ones to speak out are people who had no involvement what so ever. That alone should stop you from putting on the tin foil hat.

That video you posted whines about propaganda because some little kid wrote a letter that sounds like it was written by a little kid who was directly affected by said events, and that's supposed to equate propaganda? Please.

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Posted 13 January 2013 - 10:10

We already have a conspiracy thread for this... Do we really need another for this nonsense?

http://www.neowin.ne...atman-shooting/

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Posted 13 January 2013 - 22:37

I enjoy this video a lot. These guys pokes fun at all the screw ups the media does. I didnt realize the story was changed this many times lol