The Internet is rife with Adam Lanza conspiracy theories, which makes the timing of Friday's press release from the Connecticut State Police very strange indeed. It's been over a month since the Sandy Hook rampage, and for some bizarre reason, trooper spokesman J. Paul Vance has decided to reiterate which weapons were used during the massacre. Why now? Is it because people are discovering holes in the official version of events? Hmm.
"To eliminate any confusion or misinformation, we will again describe and identify the weapons seized at the school crime scene," Vance stated Friday in a press release. The firearms used inside the grade school, Vance said, were a Sig-Sauer P226, a Glock 10 mm, and a Bushmaster .223 rifle (commonly known as an assault weapon).
He also noted that a 12 gauge shotgun was seized from the trunk of Adam Lanza's car in the parking lot. So, the police are pretty much restating what they've been saying all along. But again, the timing of this press release is quite unusual. Perhaps the authorities are starting to worry about all the "Newtown Shooting Hoax" hoopla.
One YouTube video, "The Sandy Hook Hoax - Fully Exposed", has garnered more than 10 million page views and counting. Millions of Americans are beginning to wonder whether there is more to this tragedy, than they've been led to believe. Lanza, a 20-year-old autistic man from Newtown, CT turned the gun on himself after murdering 26 people inside Sandy Hook Elementary School last month.