Sandy Hook - Looking at some of the anomalies

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Inconsistencies and anomalies abound when one turns an analytical eye to news of the Newtown school massacre. 
The public’s general acceptance of the event’s validity and faith in its resolution suggests a deepened credulousness borne from a world where almost all news and information is electronically mediated and controlled.  
Professor James Tracy of FAU who is known for his "culture of conspiracy" classes ", lays out his thesis that the numerous contradictory reports, including eye witness accounts of multiple shadows, footage of additional suspects, reports of more than one suspect being arrested and questioned, indicate a larger conspiracy surrounding the coverage.
And one of the most disturbing sideshows to this event involves some of the children who survived the Sandy Hook 
school shooting recorded a version of Judy Garland’s song Over the Rainbow, one month after the massacre. 
In one big media event, these young children were brought to a recording studio and made to record the song, all
 under the never-ceasing clicks and flashes of cameras. They then went on to perform the song on Good Morning 
America. 
While news sources describe this event as a “emotional healing process”, there are quite a few strange facts 
about this “event”. The most obvious one is: Why are these children being exposed to the public in such a way? 
Why isn’t this “healing process” happening in private, with friends and family? Why are iTunes and Amazon involved (yes, the song will be sold on these services for “charity” – the new word to justify exploitation)?

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