Sandy Hook Truther News
I haven’t written much on Sandy Hook but there’s a few news worthy pieces of information to post about.
HuffingtonPost.com posted a nice debunking article that addresses the theories behind:
Sandy Hook School Nurse Sally Cox "Got Her Script Wrong" Adam Lanza Didn’t Use An Assault Rifle To Kill His Victims
Adam Lanza Died The Day Before The Shooting
Memorial Websites And Facebook Pages Were Already Set Up
Why Did Adam Lanza Have His Brother’s ID?
There Were Multiple Shooters
Crisis Actors Were Used To Give Interviews To The Media
Ted Nugent also likes to comment on Sandy Hook, he’s in fear of this supposed government takeover to steal his guns. He blamed Sandy Hook on America being too politically correct, amongst other half assed ideas of his. He is also among the truthers because he believes that Adam Lanza did not take an assault rifle into the school: http://mediamatters.org/blog/2013/02/14/ted-nugent-revives-false-report-to-deny-an-assa/192678
PBS Frontline will be running a two part series to investigate the Sandy Hook incident: http://www.pbs.org/wgbh/pages/frontline/pressroom/raising-adam-lanza-press-release/
The Hartford Courant and FRONTLINE will join forces to examine the aftermath of the massacre at Sandy Hook Elementary School in Newtown, Conn. The news organizations will explore answers to critical questions sparked by the tragedy: Who was Adam Lanza, and what was the nature of his relationship with his mother? Will this tragedy profoundly change the divisive debate over guns in America?
The two-part episode of FRONTLINE’s Raising Adam Lanza and Newtown Divided premieres Tuesday, Feb, 19, at 10 p.m. on PBS (check local listings). The first Hartford Courant story will run in the paper on Sunday, Feb. 17.
FRONTLINE’s Raising Adam Lanza and Newtown Divided are part of PBS’s “After Newtown” initiative, a series of documentaries, news reports and public affairs programs that provide thought-provoking context to the national conversation about gun violence in America. PBS is harnessing its science, documentary and public affairs divisions—each with a tradition of unbiased reporting that makes PBS America’s most trusted source of news—to provide in-depth reporting on the myriad issues related to gun violence, including gun laws, mental health support and access to care and treatment, and school safety.
“After the horrible events in Newtown, we asked ourselves what we could do, as public service media, to add context and analysis to the news coverage,” says Beth Hoppe, PBS chief programming executive and general manager, General Audience Programming. “We believe our public affairs and science shows will bring additional perspective and continue the national conversation about this specific tragedy and open a wider lens on how mass shootings affect us all. We’re extremely proud that FRONTLINE and the Hartford Courant have partnered on these very important stories.”