Ok, here is the deal. Most of the early media reports were wrong. They usually are on something like this. In their rush to get the story out and get ratings and advertising dollars they listen to their scanners and report what officers say over the radio. That is "an unnamed police source" who is "not authorized to talk with the media".
They do this so they can be factually correct (their source is an unnamed officer talking to his dispatcher) and get their story to air before the PIO has given a statement that the rest of the world gets at the same time. The problem with this is if you have multiple officers walking past the same single gun and talking about it on the radio you now have multiple guns.
This is why departments have PIO's. To get the FACTS straight and give them to the media so they can get it straight. After the scene is secured they ask the officers, "Where was the gun you saw?" and "What kind of gun was it?" That is how you can go from (for example) 3 handguns to one.
As far as the AR being in the car, who said it was? CNN did and then corrected their story and admitted they screwed up and that it was a shotgun in the car.
Who says that first responders were delayed? Can anyone cite a press release, press conference or credible media report of this? Or are we to believe that all the local police, fire and ems personnel and all the local news media are all part of the conspiracy?
Oh yeah, and all the neighbors and the other teachers in the school and the parents of the other kids have to be in on it too.
And if they were delayed how do we explain the radio traffic?
Newtown school shooting: Transcript of police, fire radio dispatch- The New Haven Register - Serving New Haven, Connecticut
Officers claiming to be on the scene in less than five minutes calling for additional units and ems. Kind of blows holes in the statements by some that the locals did not get there until 11:00 and the feds were already on the scene. Unless of course we are back to basically the whole town being in on it.
As far as the guy in the woods and then in the police car, once it is determined that he is not involved why should they talk about him? Should they identify him so all the conspiracy theorists can harass him like the guy that lives across the street? Why was he put in the front seat? Maybe because it is easier to watch him there? Unless you have a cage car if a single officer unit is transporting it is not a good idea to put the suspect behind you where you can only see him in the rear view mirror. Lots of dead cops would tell you why that is a mistake, except of course they can't because they are dead.
^^^^^^What mcp1810 said!^^^^^^
The govt has nothing to hide...that's why they have Executive Privilege...and Oblamer invoked that in Fast & Furious. Nothing to see here folks, move along. Pay no attention to the man behind the curtain...
MCP 1810, Thanks for outing this conspiracy baloney. This is a particularly bad time for gun owners to be coming across as a bunch of nuts
I'm not some psycho conspiracy theorist and never have been til now. Look and I mean look at the pics. Sandy hook is a bunch of BS!