Sandy Hook: Huge Hoax and Anti-Gun “Psy Op”

By Jim Fetzer and Dennis Cimino

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There are obvious signs that tell the difference between genuine and fabricated event. The recent shooting of police and firemen responding to a deliberately-set fire has all the signs of being a bona fide event: there is a single consistent narrative, one shooter has been clearly identified, and there has been no good reason to doubt that the subject, William Spengler, went off the rails and committed the crimes. There are many articles about it, which relate the same basic themes: “Killer of 2 NY Firemen had semiautomatic rifle, left note”: Police say the man who lured firefighters in Webster, N.Y., into a deadly ambush had the same make and caliber semiautomatic rifle as the one used in the Connecticut school massacre. Webster Police Chief Gerald Pickering said Tuesday that 62-year-old William Spengler was armed with a .223-caliber Bushmaster rifle, a .38-caliber revolver and a 12-gauge shotgun in Monday’s ambush. Spengler killed two firefighters and wounded two others before fatally shooting himself.” However bizarre the event, there is nothing about it that suggests it was either a hoax or a psy op.

In the case of Sandy Hook, however, the situation is completely different, where we have one inconsistency after another: the mother was a teacher there and Adam was a student; the mother was not a teacher there an Adam was not a student. One shooter was involved, yet police radio reports show a second suspect was apprehended at the scene and a police helicopter video show yet a third suspect being tracked in the woods. The principal called the local paper about the shooting; the principal was dead on the scene. Excellent studies of the incoherence of the Sandy Hook narrative have been published by Niall Bradley, “Sandy Hook massacre story spins out of control” (Veterans Today, 20 December 2012) and by Professor James F. Tracy, “The Sandy Hook School Massacre: Unanswered Questions and Missing Information” (Global Research, 25 December 2012). Even NBC News has reported that there were four rather than two handguns inside the school and no long gun. There is no consistent story or coherent narrative.

The Bushmaster Hoax

Perhaps the most important point made by Niall Bradley concerned the Bushmaster, which was supposed to be the weapon that was used to slaughter 20 children and six adults as follows:

Professor Tracy observes that the report given by the medical examiner raises further questions about the weapon used, leading Tracy to question whether the man who participated in this interview was the real H. Wayne Carver or an impostor: ” . . . the H. Wayne Carver who showed up to the December 15 press conference is an almost entirely different man, appearing apprehensive and uncertain, as if he is at a significant remove from the postmortem operation he had overseen. The multiple gaffes, discrepancies, and hedges in response to reporters’ astute questions suggest that he is either under coercion or an imposter. While the latter sounds untenable it would go a long way in explaining his sub-pedestrian grasp of medical procedures and terminology.”

“With this in mind,” Tracy continues, “extended excerpts from this exchange are worthy of recounting here in print. Carver is accompanied by Connecticut State Police Lieutenant H. Paul Vance and additional Connecticut State Police personnel. The reporters are off-screen and thus unidentified so I have assigned them simple numerical identification based on what can be discerned of their voices”:

Reporter #1: So the rifle was the primary weapon?
H. Wayne Carver: Yes.
Reporter #1: [Inaudible]
Carver: Uh (pause). Question was what caliber were these bullets. And I know—I probably know more about firearms than most pathologists but if I say it in court they yell at me and don’t make me answer [sic]—so [nervous laughter]. I’ll let the police do that for you.
Reporter #2: Doctor can you tell us about the nature of the wounds. Were they at very close range? Were the children shot at from across the room?
Carver: Uhm, I only did seven of the autopsies. The victims I had ranged from three to eleven wounds apiece and I only saw two of them with close range shooting. Uh, but that’s, uh y’know, a sample. Uh, I really don’t have detailed information on the rest of the injuries.
[Given that Carver is Connecticut’s top coroner and in charge of the entire postmortem this is a startling admission.-JT]
Reporter #3: But you said that the long rifle was used?
Carver: Yes.
Reporter #3: But the long rifle was discovered in the car.
State Police Lieutenant Vance: That’s not correct, sir.
Unidentified reporter #4: How many bullets or bullet fragments did you find in the autopsy. Can you tell us that?
Carver: Oh. I’m lucky I can tell you how many I found. I don’t know. There were lots of them, OK? This type of weapon is not, uh … the bullets are designed in such a fashion that the energy—this is very clinical. I shouldn’t be saying this. But the energy is deposited in the tissue so the bullet stays in [the tissue].

In fact, as Tracy observes, the Bushmaster .223 the Connecticut police finally claimed was used in the shooting is designed for long range field use and utilizes high velocity bullets with a muzzle velocity of 3,000 fps, the energy of which even at considerable distance would penetrate several bodies before finally coming to rest in tissue. The whole school should have had rounds coming out of the walls and exiting the building, after going through the victims. Possibly not the outer wall, if it was brick; but drywall? Those bullets would have been hitting homes around the school had the Bushmaster been used–another proof the “official account” is a sham.

The inquiry of Allan Rees

I received an inquiry from Allan Rees of noliesradio asking if I could review a view he has archived showing an officer unloading a weapon from the trunk of the car:

Hi Jim,

Can you view the first video in our post here and determine whether or not the Bushmaster was retrieved from the trunk of Adam’s vehicle? If it was the Bushmaster, the official story hits the brick wall. I can see the clip in the video. Also what is the officer doing to the gun? Is what he is doing characteristic to a bushmaster rather than a shotgun or other rifle?


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As a former Marine Corps officer who used to supervise marksmanship training, I studied the video and replied with my observations about what could be seen, in relation to the handgrip or magazine (which extend from the bottom of the weapon) as opposed to the carrying handle (which extends from the top):

Allan,

My observations:

(1) It looks like a Bushmaster, because the handgrip is visible in some of the frames.

(2) He is ejecting rounds from the chamber, which appear to be of a small caliber.

(3) Shotgun shells would be much, much larger and very obvious upon ejection.

I recommend obtaining confirmation, but this appears to have been the Bushmaster.

Jim

P.S. I am going to contact some friends confirm my observations.

Shotguns are more familiar than assault weapons, but here is a photograph to illustrate their typical size and shape, along with a sample of a few shells, which are obviously MUCH LARGER than .223 rounds:

The person I contacted for a second opinion was Dennis Cimino, with whom I have authored articles here on Veterans Today and elsewhere. Dennis has extensive military experience and is one of the smartest men I have ever known at sorting out what is really going on when it comes to covert ops:

I blew [some of these frames] up pretty large, going too much bigger yields too much pixellation to do much with the shot then but this is clearly an assault rifle not a shotgun. The ammo on the cement behind the vehicle looks to be most likely to be .223 ammo, but that’s just a guess as those surely are not SHOTGUN shells.

So, for what it’s worth, I decree this is the assault rifle here in the trunk, and if it was in the trunk, how could it have been used in any shooting unless the ‘dead’ shooter got up and put it into the trunk after he killed himself???

I was initially puzzled there was no carrying handle of the weapon in the trunk, so I checked it out and fond that Bushmaster makes several versions that do not have carrying handles, some camo, some not:

Police Lt. H. Paul Vance

Something is very wrong with the role of Connecticut State Police Lieutenant H. Paul Vance, who, as the extract from the interview reflects, denied that the Bushmaster was found in the trunk of the car rather than beside the body. I strongly suspect that he was the officer who unloaded the magazine at the time, which has raised additional questions about his competence and role, which Dennis has expressed:

If any of the so called ‘victims’ that died were with .223 rounds in them, that it’s impossible for the shooter who offed himself at the scene to have also carried this weapon to the car and put it into the trunk.The handling of the weapon is absolutely not being done by a trained law enforcement official, to be frank about it, they would not have handled the weapon like that before it got taken to a forensics lab and had the prints taken from all of the handled parts of it.

No cop investigating a crime scene would handle it like that. And it’s too thick to be a shotgun so it’s an assault rifle. whether it’s the same one in your pictures is not clear, the weapons has a multi round magazine, why didn’t the ahole eject that before cycling the rounds out thru the weapon like that, when pulling the mag out of it would have sufficed.

Very very very odd.

But handling the thing like that was outrageous. no cop would do that, which is more proof that was being done for the press, not for any investigation.

 

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