The following is a letter originally sent to the editor of Vail Daily concerning the unusual coverage of the Sandy Hook massacre. It never quite saw the light of day. Located in Avon Colorado, the Vail Daily is a small town paper with a staggering amount of every day hard copy readers and an online version read internationally.
I was once a columnist and frequent letter to the editor contributor. I wanted to respond to a piece that mentioned Sandy Hook and argued the event was a good reason not to overturn Colorado’s new bullet clip size limitation law. I was censored by the editor who had always published my letters. He thought it was ridiculous I didn’t buy the Sandy Hook Hoax. In his view, everybody knows it happened because it was “on the news!” and TV news would never be part of a hoax.-DL
There are many reasons to question what happened at the Sandy Hook school massacre. Why should the average person take interest in this inquiry? It’s wildly entertaining in places; even comical at times. You will be shocked by the inappropriate speech and baffled by the odd behavior of many people involved. Before you kill the messenger, ask yourself how much time you spent critically examining the news coverage?
Simply watching and believing what the network news told you does not count. Think back to the weapons of mass destruction story that led us to war and a million people killed. Did you fall for it? Did you feel betrayed by the network news and your government for lying to you on such a massive scale? Did you accept the official story of Sandy Hook just like you did with the weapons of mass deception whopper of a lie? Don’t make the same mistake with Sandy Hook. All I ask is that you look up and watch the 15 minute press conference by the Medical Examiner on youtube. It will stun and baffle you.
Let’s talk about general impressions first. During his press conference, I got the feeling Dr. Wayne Carver was no where near two dozen autopsies. Like claiming you were at Woodstock and then having to back that up with personal experiences that never happened. When people make things up as they go, there are often “speech errors”. Things like halted grasping for your next word in a semi-stutter cadence. There’s quite a bit of this “hemming and hawing” with word fragments like “uh,uh,uh” by Carver The labored manner in which Carver speaks is sometimes more noteworthy than what he actually says.
One of the more outlandish things Dr. Carver implied was that no one saw two dozen dead people hauled away because his vehicles are so stealthily nondescript. That would have been more plausible if the school was located at a busy intersection and there was four directions to possibly drive away unmarked vehicles without being noticed, yet… there’s only one small road to the school. Reporters were camped out on it around the clock. Dr. Carver did not seem to actually believe the stealth vehicle story – himself. He joked about them in an almost playful manner with the press.
Dr. Carver indicated he was responsible for building the ‘camouflaged hearses’ just to thwart reporters’ best attempts to identify them at any given crime scene. He seemed to get a real kick out of tricking reporters with his ‘stealth corpse haulers’ and then rubbing their faces in it… Carver teased reporters for falling for his cunning subterfuge. I can’t believe no one laughed – it was so outrageously inappropriate. It sounded like Wayne had a deep down desire to become a stand-up comic and he was polishing up his act before he toured the Poconos night club circuit.
How did no reporter see two dozen bodies wheeled out to the nearly invisible coroner’s vehicles? Even with Wonder Woman’s invisible plane, you could still see her rocking body entering it.
Dr. Carver said that the victims were brought to a mobile morgue set up at the scene which he described as “this magnificent thing!” For starters, how does anyone even think of the word “magnificent” at the scene of a mass murder? He sounded like he was high on nitrous when he said it… amused to the threshold of laughter. Why would the rough equivalent of a MASH mobile hospital unit be better than conducting sensitive scientific work in a pristine laboratory environment? Imagine taking the time to set up a morgue at the scene, when they could just drive to the real one. I have yet to see any photos or video that show the MASH unit morgue and there’s an army of reporters camped out?
Why did the authorities find it necessary to flank Wayne Carver at the press conference with four cops? They were just props to validate Carver’s authenticity as someone officially in the know, when it became abundantly obvious he held a tenuous grip on the facts. One reporter asked Dr. Carver how many victims were boys and how many were girls? Dr. Carver’s answer stunned me. He said “I have no idea” after conducting autopsies? Maybe he slept through Human Anatomy 101. Carver was asked what caliber gun was used? Instead of saying M-16 rounds, 40 caliber bullets or cannon balls for that matter… he said “I probably know more about ballistics than most Medical Examiers” then trailed off into non-sensical gibberish. He never answered this very basic question. Carver gave the classic non-sequitur response when it became obvious he had no clue about gun caliber. After cutting slugs out of victims and weighing them, there is no way he would not know gun caliber. It only makes sense if you consider that Wayne Carver never conducted any autopsies.
The next thing you might try is looking up the CT Governor’s press address where he recalled being warned about an attack. Not one reporter jumped up to ask “who warned you Governor and what did you do to stop the attacks?” How does that happen in the real world?
Submitted by Derek Lancer