by Mary W Maxwell, PhD, LLB
The Sandy Hook massacre really did take place. It was, of course, a terrible crime, leaving 26 people deprived of their lives, 20 children and 6 teachers. I’m sure I know who did it, and it was not Adam Lanza. I explain this in some depth in my January 1, 2015 article, entitled “They Youtubed Their Way to a Guilty Verdict,” at RumorMillNews.com.
Who Youtubed their way? Who is the guilty murderer of those children and their teachers? I say the government. Call it a ‘shadow’ government if you want, but it has to be persons with easy access to government resources, such as control of the police. If you, Dear Reader, find that statement so repulsive that you can’t continue to stick with this essay, fare thee well. For the others, let me recap the developments.
In December 2014, William Brandon Shanley filed a lawsuit, claiming that the December 2012 massacre at the Sandy Hook Elementary School in Newtown, Connecticut never happened. His civil suit blames the media for spreading lies and fears. Hence, the defendants in Shanley’s lawsuit are several news outlets.
If you are new to this whole story, are you confused? Yes, you would have to be, as that is the intention of the guilty party, to take the spotlight off themselves. They are creating layer on layer of complications. The Shanley lawsuit is one of those layers. (I made that allegation in my article, “Sandy Hook Denial To Be Criminalized like Holocaust Denial.”)
As regards what happened on 9-11, the government’s story has a huge number of critics. Many now say that the WTC buildings came down by controlled demolition. I am one of those persons. I ran for Republican nomination to Congress in 2006, with one of my campaign pitches being that 9-11 was an inside job. (I got 11 percent of the vote.) Of course, the Mainstream media did not afford me any publicity.
The Hoax Story (Which Can Be Called “the Hoax Hoax”)
About a year after the 2012 Sandy Hook massacre, a large number of Youtube videos began to appear, saying that Sandy Hook never happened, or that it was only a drill. Consider this: any critics, who were genuinely wondering if children died, could have sent a Freedom of Information Act request to the Connecticut authorities. They wouldn’t have needed to use roundabout methods of investigating.
Let me list only a tiny sample of Youtube videos purveying the hoax story: We see pictures of the school parking lot empty on the day. We see interviews with a Dad in which he appears to be faking his grief. We see a little girl talking to President Obama on the day after Sandy Hook, who looks a lot like one of the deceased children.
Yours Truly fell for it at first. However, I then figured that the hoax-story itself must be a game. On November 30, 2014, I published an article, “Duplex False Flags,” at Gumshoenews.com, saying that the new throng of clever Youtubers, ‘debunking’ the Boston Marathon bombing as well as the Sandy Hook massacre, are most likely Insiders.
A few years ago I was in touch with Sandra Uttley, a genuine citizen-investigator of the 1996 Dunblane massacre in Scotland. It closely resembles Sandy Hook. A classroom full of first-graders, and their teacher, got shot. Uttley explains in her 2006 book, “Dunblane Unburied,” that the accused gunman, Thomas Hamilton, probably did not act alone. (I hypothesize that he was not there at all.)
At the very least, many members of Scottish police lied as to what was going on at Dunblane. By the way, police can easily be brainwashed, hypnotized, or whatever you call it, into saying what they’re told to say. Any who express reluctance about lying might be bumped off. So I hereby put out a welcome to any cop who will enlighten us about this.
Can we believe Sandra Uttley? Well, just try this short excerpt from the official Inquiry. Uttley says Doreen Hagger was a brave, sincere witness who knew Hamilton to have been both a sadist, and a friend of Police Commissioner McMurdo! The interrogator tries to discredit Hagger here. Note: many other witnesses were not subjected to any cross-examination. And Grant McCutcheon, the first cop on the scene, was not allowed to testify at all!
Mr Hardie, QC: Did you tell your daughter about Mr Hamilton coming to the house in a van on the occasion you have spoken about?
Mrs Hagger: No.
Mr Hardie: So you are saying that at no time between 1989 and the present day did you tell your daughter that Mr Hamilton had come in a van and had had a gun?
Mrs Hagger: My daughter was there.
Mr Hardie: Well listen to the question and remember at the beginning you took an…
Mrs Hagger: She would have heard me saying….
Mr Hardie: Could you let me finish please, can you remember that you took an oath to tell the truth today; did you between 1989 and today tell your daughter about Mr Hamilton coming to the house in a van?
Mrs Hagger: My daughter was there when he came in the van, I didn’t have to tell her.
Mr Hardie: Do you understand the question, Mrs Hagger?…
Has Uttley’s uncovering official involvement in the deaths of 16 children resulted in anything? No. What about the parents, aren’t they ready to kill the police commissioner? It seems not. Why is that? It may be that the shock of bereavement takes away some of one’s rational capacity. It may be that someone somehow delivered a bit of mind-control to those families.
A Vandal? Really? Let’s Exercise a Bit of Common Sense
A quick word about the shoddiness of some of the “Sandy Hook didn’t happen” stories. Here is one, dated May 15, 2014, from the Australian tabloid, Daily Mail. Its headline: “Sandy Hook ‘truther’ tells victim’s mother that her daughter never existed and the shooting was a hoax, after defacing playground named in little girls’ honor.”
I ask y’all to stop and evaluate the likelihood that any person, on a truth mission no less, would speak so rudely. And would his Sandy-Hook skepticism really move him to commit vandalism, defacing a playground? (He allegedly stole a 50-pound sign with that child’s drawing of the peace symbol.)
The Daily Mail continues: “CBS New York reported that the unidentified man told Lynn McDonnell (Mom of the deceased) that he was the one to take the peace sign, and told her that he did so because the shooting was a hoax and her daughter was not real.” Again I say, hold everything! CBS wants us to believe a story about an “unidentified “ man?
Cut to the chase. This vandal story is intended to persuade citizens that there are really yucky people out there (truthers) who ought to be censored on the Internet, so they won’t say such hurtful things. New censorship laws did in fact get passed in many countries in late 2014! I smell a crackdown on the likes of such excellent websites as 911campaignforjustice.org. Note: If you need to say something, you’d better say it soon!
Sunderland, Northumbria, A Town of Malice?
More nonsense, but now getting scary. In late December 2014, the media presented us with yet another rude Internet user, and this time he (supposedly) got arrested for it. He is charged by the Scottish police with “malicious communication.” It has to do with a horrific road accident (accident?) in which six “Christmas shoppers” died, and many were injured.
The man’s name is Ross Loraine; he lives in Northumbria, age 19. His alleged crime consists of his having tweeted: “So a bin lorry has apparently driven into 100 people in Glasgow eh, probably the most trash it’s picked up in one day.” (Do you honestly think he would say that?)
What’s going on here? The Scotland Police scan the Internet, decide that the comment is malicious, and instruct the police of Northumbia, England to go in and pick the fellow up. The news says “Many police cars were in attendance.”
(Translate: “When we crack down on you soon, Mary Maxwell and Similar Creatures, the pick-up will be violent.”). Had you realized that tweeting is a crime in the UK?
A Smart Blogger Commenting on Pakistan
Yet another story arose recently in support of the “Sandy Hook is a scam” theme. Noah Pozner, age 6, was one of the 20 children who died at Sandy Hook. A photo of Noah has shown up in a collage of photos of the 132 children who were shot dead in Pakistan on December 16, 2014.
The hoopla about that Pakistani photo collage, which has no real point, functions to keep people interested in the theme of a hoax rather than a tragedy. Alex Jones’ Infowars website is promoting it.
In one of the blogs discussing this event, I found a Comment that sounds pretty sensible. It said (from memory): “The people of Pakistan like the Taliban. They would not approve of the government killing 500 Taliban prisoners, but now that they are accused of the school murder it will we easy.” God help us.
Law school provided me with a handy term: ‘guilty knowledge.’ I call it GK. It is amazingly under-used. The idea is that we can sometimes determine a person’s guilt by an indirect route.
Let’s say a woman gives an alibi for the accused criminal. “He was at my home that day.” Later it’s proven untrue. (We have a video of him in Alaska that day, standing next to an igloo.) Her lying raises the question Why did she try to cover for him? Ah, she must know he’s guilty. A jury may deduce that he IS guilty.
My pointing the accusing finger at government for the Sandy Hook massacre (yes I really did say that) is mainly based on the guilty-knowledge concept. Many of the Youtube videos, telling us Sandy Hook was a fake, look like they were produced in sophisticated CIA-type labs.
I asked Why is government churning out all this misinformation? My answer, in the “Duplex False Flags” article, was that the aim is simply to give us many silly videos about the hoax, ones that we can see through, along with ‘good’ ones, so that our brain blocks up and we can’t take any steps to solution.
Then, when Shanley’s lawsuit arose, I said that Shanley’s foolishness (“No child died”) will be used to poke fun at truthers, making even the 9-11 truthers’ work look dicey.
Adding now ‘the playground vandal,’ who phoned Lynn McDonnell, and the ‘Northumbrian tweet guy,’ we can see that soon the gullible public will be told that such awful insults on the Internet must be outlawed. An amazing reversal of our three-century tradition of free speech, no?
Yet that is not the biggest lesson to be drawn. My logic says that if the government is party to the broadcasting of so much disinformation, it must have been the murderer in the first place. If you can argue against me, please do. Don’t let me mislead people….
I said in my January 1st article, and I repeat here, that the government is the perpetrator of the Marathon bombing, the Sandy Hook killings, and of course, ‘Nine-Eleven.’ Whoever the killers are, we know that they are ruthless and, by definition, sociopathic.
How did we ever fall for the claim that Adam Lanza, Thomas Hamilton, and ‘the Taliban’ were suddenly moved to wipe out a group of innocent children? We must be much stupider than we realized. (Note: in another school shooting, in Erfurt, Germany in 2002, which left 18 dead, the blame was put on an expelled student. I guess Germans aren’t so smart either.)
I realize we all have an emotional mechanism that let’s us avoid big social issues and go about the day’s routine instead. (“Got a dentist appointment.”) But this ain’t wise.
Dear Reader, it’s up to you to tell your family and friends. If they absolutely won’t listen, move on to somebody else. It might help to start by showing them just the Doreen Hagger interrogation at the Dunblane Inquiry. It succinctly tells us where we’re at.
We are in extreme danger. Anyone who takes class-loads of first-graders and fills them with bullets is not someone you want to have walking free out there. (In Pakistan, “Children were forced to watch their teacher being burned alive.”)
Over to you. Come up with some ideas, please.
Mary W Maxwell, PhD, LLB, is the author of “Consider the Lilies: A Review of 18 Cures for Cancer and Their Legal Status” (Trine Day, 2011) Her email address is mary.maxwell at alumni.adelaide.edu.au A link to a clip from her 2006 Congressional campaign, uploaded by ListenUpNewHampshire: