Saturday, February 09, 2013

Corporate Media’s “Lone Gunman” Storyline Losing Ground

Memory Hole Blog has a new post up entitled: "Corporate Media’s “Lone Gunman” Storyline Losing Ground. This is another in a series of Talk Wisdom Reports - You Decide posts regarding the unanswered questions surrounding the Sandy Hook school massacre.


A cross section of kill-to-injury ratios of major mass shootings suggests that if Adam Lanza acted alone in carrying out the Sandy Hook Elementary School carnage he was among the most accurate killers in modern history, exceeding even the lethal damage meted out by Al Capone’s machine gun-wielding henchmen in the infamous St. Valentine’s Day Massacre.

Note this chart [H/T Memory Hole Blog]:

Incident, # of shooters, weapon(s) usedShotKilledWoundedKill-to-wounded ratio
SANDY HOOK (2012) 1 shooter, AR-15, .2232726 (96.2%)1 (3.8%)26:1
Aurora, CO (2012) 1 shooter, AR-15, .2237112 (16.9%)59 (83%)1:5
Tucson, AZ (2011) 1 shooter, Glock 9mm146 (42.8%)8 (57.1%)1:1.2
N. Ill. U (2008) 1 shooter, 9mm265 (20%)21 ((80%)1:4
Virginia Tech (2007) 1 shooter, 9mm pistol4932 (68%)17 (32%)2:1
Columbine, CO (1999) 2 shooters, 12 ga., 9mm3312 (36%)21 (64%)1:2
U. Iowa (1991) 1 shooter/.38 spec.65 (83%)1 (16%)5:1
Stockton, CA (1989) 1 shooter AK-47355 (14%)30 (86%)1:6
École Polytechnique/Montreal Massacre (1989) 1 shooter, Ruger Mini 14 .2232714 (52%)13 (48%)1.1:1
Cal. St. Fullerton (1976) 1 shooter .22 LR semi-auto97 (78%)2 (22%)3.5:1
U. Texas Tower (1966) 1 shooter, various4816 (33%)32 (67%)1:2
St. Valentine’s Day Massacre (1929) 2 shooters, .45 submachine guns76 (85.8%)1 (14.2%)6:1
Anyone can see why so many are questioning the "official story" (a.k.a. the media-of-mass-deception-and-corruption's version of events).  Researchers are finding much evidence that demonstrated that the truth about the Newtown school shooting is being covered up.

Second excerpt:

Never mind the facts, however. The public has been repeatedly told by corporate news media that the December 14, 2012 incident was exclusively carried out by the awkward 20-year-old man with virtually no firearms or military training.
In the comment section, I found a link to Can which alerted me to a video tape found at Dr. Oz's website where a student who survived the massacre said in response to Dr. Oz's question,  "When we were having a drill, we were hiding under, like..." The boy was abruptly interrupted by Dr. Oz who said for him to take his time; but then led him to discuss something else by asking a question about his teachers.

Dr. Oz:   "Take your time. Don't hurry ... Let me ask you: what would you like to say to your teachers about Friday?

Doctor [to view videotape]

Transcript from Can Speccy site:

Yes, I remembered that a lot, a lot of policemen were, um, in the school. Well, a lot, I was like hiding under ... When we were having a drill, we were hiding under, like ...
Dr. Oz:

Take your time. Don't hurry ... Let me ask you: what would you like to say to your teachers about Friday?

I dunno, but. It's like ...
Dr. Oz.

You appreciate your teachers?


So...was it a drill gone live and awry?  Or was it all just a deception?
Let's go back to the post at Memory Hole blog:

Indeed, as information recently pointed to by Digital Journal indicates,[2] in a widescale rush to judgment major news media have neglected vital information and statements from Connecticut state authorities suggesting that Lanza may have had accomplices.

In a December 26 court plea to postpone release of contents yielded through five search warrants, Connecticut State Attorney General Stephen Sedensky argued that unsealing such findings might “seriously jeopardize” the investigation by divulging evidence heretofore known only to other “potential suspects.”

Pointing to “information in the search warrant affidavits that is not known to the general public,” Sedensky also argued that opening the warrants would “identify persons cooperating with the investigation, thus possibly jeopardizing their personal safety and well-being.”

The prosecutor’s statement came less than two weeks after Connecticut State Police Lieutenant J. Paul Vance told reporters how there were “some cards that we’re holding close to our vest.”

In light of the above and alongside a wealth of additional evidence calling the “official story” into question, the corporate news media’s long-running and continued emphasis of the “lone gunman” narrative appears increasingly fraudulent. The question remains whether this is merely a case of slipshod reporting or part of a more intentional mass deception against the American public.
Hat tips to all links.

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