I finally had some time to look into this and I find it rather interesting. There is definitely some issues with the official story.
The things I found to be of most interest were:
1. The fact that every single road to the school was completely blocked not allowing any access to the building. No EMS present, no firetrucks, no children or teachers present. Just extremely odd especially for such a massacre.
2. The Medical examiner was a complete whack job. He alone raises a bunch of questions.
3. That guy Gene, saw kids sitting on the side of the road, brought them into the house, didn't call the police
and played with stuffed animals for a half hour with them??? His sobering bit seems quite contrived.. and the fact that he is a member of the Screen actors guild?... wierd.
4. The little girl appearing with Obama the day after she was allegedly killed? WTF?
5. And the most interesting is the fact that the AR-15 Bushmaster was found in the trunk of the car. If so then it would have been impossible for it to be used it in the building.
The more and more I read snopes the less and less credible I find it to be. For it to flat out state that this is "FALSE" is such a red flag to me.
Regarding the AR-15 in the trunk of the car, snopes rebutts:
snopes wrote:The seeming contradiction over how Adam Lanza could have used a Bushmaster version AR-15 rifle in the shootings when that same weapon was supposedly found locked in the trunk of his car afterwards was cleared up a few days later. The weapon found in the trunk of Lanza's car was a shotgun, not an AR-15
Snopes proceeds to link to a CNN article regarding the details:http://www.cnn.com/2012/12/18/us/connec ... index.html
"Cleared up"?!?! Why does it take 5 days toclear up the fact that a Shotgun rather than and AR-15 was in the trunk of the car? To me; the choice of words "Cleared up" by snopes is just a cop-out phrase for "STORY CHANGED". This is far from "Cleared up"... if anything, it is now much more confusing.The official story was changed
, get it right Snopes!
Also, in the video, the medical examiner doesn't divulge any information on the caliber of bullets that were determined in the wounds of the victims. It does not take a genius to notice the difference in holes size an AR-15 bushmaster makes as opposed to a 9mm or 10mm.
The medical examiner even announces, in a rather suspicious tone. "The question is... what caliber bullet was used?". Seemingly expecting someone else to respond... when nobody does, he cowers into a hole of ignorance. In fact, his whole interview was a hole of ignorance.
I don't buy the official story, I don't buy Snopes biased rebuttal.