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by Doretta Wildes, ©2013, blogging at DorettaWildes

(Jan. 1, 2013) — I have always been an avid reader of mysteries—from a very young age, I have been a devotée of Christie, Sayers, James, Rendell, Doyle and others. More than mere popcorn pulp, which invites the reader merely to chew (usually with his/her mouth open), a good mystery invites the reader to think along with the detective.

In a well-written murder mystery, once the weapon is found, the action is driven by the character of the suspects and, often, that of the detectives. Unearthing a motive or, at least, a reason for the murder becomes the driver of the plot. The weapon may be a major clue, but it is not the solitary focal point. Motive, character, conflict and gradual psychological unraveling are. In other words, just as in the real real world, the story hinges on the people in it, not their modes of execution. Otherwise, the story would not be credible or even interesting.

To compare a murder event such as Sandy Hook with fiction may appear superficial. It is not my intention to trivialize the horrible loss—both personal and societal—that a killing of this scale represents. But I think it’s worth noting that official stories of high profile murders in the past century are more likely to conform to agendas than to truth. The murders of John Kennedy, Robert Kennedy, Martin Luther King, and the victims of the 9-11-11 collapses are just a few examples. Recent shooting rampages, particularly that of James Holmes, have been full of inconsistencies, with the trail of second shooters memory-holed and the role of psychiatric drugs minimized or ignored by a media that is largely funded by pharmaceutical giants.

In the Newtown murders, the methodology of determining who the killer(s) was/were and what motivated him/them appears so irregular and insufficient, that if Sandy Hook were a fictional mystery, this reader would give it a mighty thumbs down.

Clearly, the investigation as reported has been more about the alleged weapon(s) than the character and motive(s) of the alleged murderer. Little to nothing has been released, for instance, about Adam Lanza’s psychiatric medications. Who was his doctor? I don’t think this critical fact has been ascertained. This is odd. Very odd. But in light of all that has happened beforehand and since, perhaps not so very odd.

Something is very wrong with the Sandy Hook story. Even if you swallow the official story whole, it has a distinctive, artificial under-taste. Where the mainstream media has failed, the alternative media and citizen reporters are revealing inconvenient truths. They can do so because there are no government agencies or profit-driven sponsors sitting in their directors’ chairs. Some take a lot of heat as a result, and it is for them that the first amendment was drafted.

Here is a sampling of videos on the subject of Sandy Hook from which I think at least some of the truth—including the bankrupt state of our culture—can be gleaned. All but the first are by alternative and citizen videographers and reporters:

This video of Obama, who pauses dramatically and wipes at his eyes, is 50% North Pole, 50% D.C. Obama is known for his cool and reserved demeanor, and this attempt to mimic genuine sorrow falls flat and down a few flights. Had I been one of the parents, I would have been deeply offended by the fakery.


An article that examines a strange phenomenon: The connection between the Batman movie, “Dark Night Rises,” to the Sandy Hook murders. A press kit sent out last year to advertise the movie contained a map with a targeted area named “Sandy Hook” which was labeled as “Strike Zone 1.”  The impulse to ascribe this to coincidence would seem logical had the Sandy Hook murder not been preceded by the Aurora shooting—at the premiere of the same movie. As E.M. Forster wrote, “Only connect.”


In this video, a Connecticut policeman—Mark S. Mann (a pseudonym and a pun)—is interviewed. In addition to pointing out several gaps in the media’s coverage of Sandy Hook, he asserts that Connecticut’s gun laws (which include an assault rifle ban from the 1990s, still in effect), as well as those in surrounding states are stricter than the expired ’94 federal assault weapons ban. Yet these laws failed to prevent the murders. He warns that societal and cultural violence cannot be legislated away. One of his more convincing points is that firearms prevent violent crimes, but these incidents are buried by the media under the gun control agenda. (Read about one such incident here.


I find the background music in this video distracting and mildly irritating, but the soft-spoken videographer has spliced together good evidence that the mainstream media is covering up the real story. Notably, his video includes:

  • Raw footage showing that the Connecticut police apprehended another suspect (wearing camouflage pants) and took him into custody.
  • Testimony from a little boy who saw a suspect pinned to the ground with handcuffs on near the area fire station.
  • Police scanner audio in which it is revealed that a teacher saw “two shadows” running past the school gym.
  • Audio testimony from eyewitnesses of the Aurora and Sikh temple shootings, who allege the presence of more than one shooter/participant.
  • A list of discrepancies in the media’s version of the Sandy Hook murders. These are rolled toward the end of the video. Among those listed: A rifle was found in the trunk of Lanza’s car, while his body was found with handguns. (Two? Four?)  This does not explain how the victims’ bodies showed evidence of multiple long-rifle shots.

Caution: The author of this video states that the father of Adam Lanza, as well as the father of James Holmes, were both scheduled to give testimony against banks involved in the Libor scandal. This statement is false as far as I am able to discern. It is apparently a rumor that has been spread by Internet bloggers. See:


This video is by someone who doubts the event was real. (It is not my intention to promote this opinion, simply to note it. I think it is significant that things have come to such a pass in our country that this degree of cynicism is evoked by such events.)

The first to step up to the microphone is Rob Parker, ostensibly the father of deceased Emilie Parker. Parker is laughing at first, then does what actors do before a performance: he affects a sad face, sighs repeatedly, and works himself into a semblance of grief commensurate with the loss of a child. It is one of the most bizarre transformations I have ever seen. The ‘70s expression “unreal” comes to mind. There is also something disturbingly  “Stepford” about the facial expressions and reactions of other family members in this video—and a peculiar old man who rambles about his desire to be an “uncle” to the schoolchildren. My Danger-Will-Robinson alarm was screaming halfway through it.

One would hope after the loss of so many children, the media would not be allowed to fluff up the hair of the bereaved and broadcast the show. But in these cases, the 15 minutes of fame would appear to be the inevitable “reward” of tragedy. You want the exploited, bereaved parents to scream with rage, to tell the media to go to hell. But it never comes. One can only react with dismay at how plastic and stage-managed our culture has become. Is it any wonder that Americans no longer treasure privacy and genuine feeling? It has been devalued and stolen by a corrupting mass media and a groping techno-surveillance culture.


In this set of (3) videos, Daniel Freeman offers his opinion of the Sandy Hook tragedy.  Like the little boy in the story, “The Emperor’s New Clothes,” Freeman says that something is missing, describing a strange artificiality of feeling in our president’s (emperor’s) reaction and that of many others, including the coroner and certain parents. Of note, he points out that:

  • An R.I.P. Facebook page for Victoria Soto (deceased teacher) was created four days before her alleged death. (The page was ostensibly taken down and replaced.) While there could be a reasonable explanation for this, the timing is suspicious. More here:
  • In less than a week, gun control became the big story, supplanting the actual tragedy.
  • Hollywood, the media and the government whipped up a well-coordinated TV ad supporting gun control in the span of a few days. normally takes many weeks, sometimes months, to film, edit and perfect this kind of ad—something I know from my own professional experience.)
  • One of the photos from the family album of Victoria Soto—aired by the media—shows an elderly man, seated in the background, lifting his hand up in the sign of Baphomet, a well-known Masonic-Satanic hand signal. Odd, yes. Surprising, no.

Freeman believes that the Sandy Hook event (which he calls Operation SHH, an acronym for “Sandy Hook Hoax”) is a bigger psyop on the American people than 9-11-11. A Christian, he echoes C.S. Lewis, warning that something wicked is afoot. I’m afraid I have to agree with him.


This video turns the guns around, so to speak, and aims them at the real culprits. It takes the recent celebrity anti-gun ad and transforms it into a plea to ban weapons from the government, using actual war footage. Good exposé of celebrity, mass media and government hypocrisy.


This article from WND points out that Lanza, according to classmate Trevor Todd, worshiped the devil and had an Internet page dedicated to Satan. The article goes on to examine multiple instances of this phenomenon in the profiles of other mass killers, such as James Holmes (Aurora), Eric Harris and Dylan Klebold (Columbine).


To sum up, the Sandy Hook murder incident has been turned into yet another revolting media event involving a blood sacrifice, a Satan-worshiping shooter and inconsistencies so numerous that only a pathological liar could keep track of them all. These facts alone would send fictional and real detectives directly into the heart of darkness where the real culprits lurk. Instead, we are being told that the real culprits are lawful American gun owners who must be disarmed.

There is a point at which controlled reality rears up and backs its way through the wormhole into the world of pulp fiction. Very bad pulp fiction with a very big, bad agenda. We’ve reached that point.



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