Professional crisis actors…missing weapons…a second shooter…donation pages created before the massacre? Was there a Sandy Hook conspiracy?
Nothing is out of the realm of possibility, but the theories I’m hearing are needlessly complicated. It’s difficult to imagine so many people involved in such a wide-reaching scam. Why go to all that trouble? The FBI has a long history of luring crazies into fake terrorist plots. Taking a page out of their book, it would be far easier to rile up a local psychopath, turn him loose on the school, and then look the other way. Presto! Another “lone gunman” plot with few loose ends to tie up.
Still, if you’re interested in the professional crisis actors theory, here’s more from Fellowship of the Minds:
At issue is whether professional “crisis actors” are going beyond mere simulation of mass casualty events (what the Denver-based group VisionBox Crisis Actors say they do) to actually impersonate real-life people caught in the news of recent massacres, notably the Sandy Hook Elementary School killings that took the lives of 20 children and 6 adults in Newtown, Connecticut on December 14, 2012.
(See the rest at Fellowship of the Minds)