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There are many inconsistencies in the investigation of the Sandy Hook shooting; however, the one that stands out is the lack of anger, rage and tears on the part of parents and teachers who were interviewed. Here's a few examples.
It’s the day after the Sandy Hook massacre in Newtown, Connecticut. Robbie Parker, father of slain Emilie Parker, was asked to give a statement before the press, and it was aired on CNN. In the news video, Robbie can be seen, in the background, joking with friends behind a podium lined with microphones setup for his announcement. Robbie is called to the podium. He says “let’s start”. That’s odd, I thought. Let’s start? Who says that when asked to give a statement about a dead daughter? Start what? He walks a few feet forward and pauses. Shockingly, he takes 30 seconds to get ‘into character’ before talking about losing his daughter Emilie. His demeanor changes from happy and laughing to somber and upset in 30 seconds. While talking about his murdered daughter, his voice doesn't grow into rage, and he doesn’t shed one tear. What kind of parent does that?
Most parents would be so upset, they would be unable to speak. Or they would be yelling and cursing. He isn’t a parent, and that’s the problem…he’s an actor.
He’s part of a group of actors that work for www.crisisactors.org which, together with FEMA and the DHS, coordinates drills and shootings in public places and markets their services to provide crisis actors to play shooters, cops and victims.
The press later showed a photo of Robbie, his wife and his 3 kids, including Emilie when they were just a happy family. There’s another problem. Days after the shooting, President Obama visited Sandy Hook and sat with some kids, one of which was the supposedly slain Emilie Parker, looking very much alive as evidenced in the featured photos for this story.
The parents of Grace McDonnell were also interviewed by Anderson Cooper just two days after their daughter was supposedly gunned down. And still…no tears, no rage, just talk of joy that their daughter is 'up there' with her friends. This is bizarre.
In another news story, a first grade teacher, Kaitlin Roig, involved in the shooting, was interviewed by Diane Sawyer for ABC News. She told her story of saving her children while fearing that the shooter would find them. For me, it was a little too contrived. Kaitlin knew she had to hide them in the bathroom, where they were completely quiet because she feared the shooter may find them. She kept saying her heart went out to anyone who knew them. However, just like with Robbie and the McDonnell's, there was absolutely no rage, no tears and no signs of anger. She faked emotion and wiped her eye, but there was no wet tear. Kaitlin happens to resemble one of the managers in the Crisis Actors organization named Jennifer Rincon. So she, like the others, appears to be an actor.
Did President Obama take cues from these actors? When he gave his own speech in Newtown a few days later, there were no tears. Obama wiped his eye from the outside. Tears come from the inside of your eye, not the outside.
Why would the Department of Homeland Security and FEMA, who work side by side with Crisis Actors, stage and promote a horrific shooting that is so painful to Americans? Democratic leaders all over the country are trying to enforce gun control based on this incident. It seems the emotions behind the tragedyy help to promote the elimination of Second Amendment rights and opens a door to disarming Americans.
I look forward to your comments.