Sandy Hook Response Time


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Rob1109
December 30, 2012, 07:16 PM
Would like someone with SOLID information when the 1st ARMED responders hit the school doors. As someone said "When seconds count 911 is just minutes away"

Just like to know how long "he" had a free run. HIS NAME AND PICTURE SHOULD NEVER BE USED. REFERRED TO ONLY AS "THE MURDERER"

Thanks in advance....

Best.

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Rocketmedic
December 30, 2012, 07:21 PM
I think you're way overreacting regarding his name.

We'll know more when the 911 tapes are released, but from what I've seen, there were police on-scene and clearing classrooms within ten minutes at the outside. What doubtlessly saved a lot of lives were the heroic actions of the office staff enabling the intercom and the rapid lockdown of most of the classrooms with students inside.

Cesiumsponge
December 30, 2012, 09:20 PM
Talking about an individual by using an alternative noun is going to make things better?

Imagine if history was written such that WWII was about That Guy With A Funny Mustache who started That Party and ran through Europe killing folks. He fought That Other Guy With the Big Mustache on the Eastern front while That Emperor ran rampant through Asia with That Army. We can replace all their photos with a smiley face.

rondog
December 30, 2012, 09:24 PM
I'd just like to hear the TRUTH about what gun(s) were REALLY used, how many rounds were fired of what caliber(s), and hear some statements from eyewitnesses. So far, all we've heard is Bravo Sierra and conjecture. It's like all of the truth and details are either being suppressed and/or manipulated, or nobody knows nothing at all.

The shooter's mother was a gun owner and shooter. Is there NOBODY in that state that knew her and what guns she owned? Supposedly he used an AR-15 exclusively, and a handgun on himself. Supposedly he left that AR in the car and used two handguns. Supposedly he used FOUR handguns and no long gun. There's a video of a police officer clearing a long gun found in a car trunk, and that gun is clearly a shotgun.

Just exactly WHAT happened? And what about all the other adults in the school that day? I don't recall hearing a single word from any of those witnesses. There has to be at least ONE adult who was there that can say SOMETHING about what kind of gun(s) he used, or at least what they looked like. Sure seems like the facts are being obscured for some reason, and the public is being told "he used this kind of gun" without any kind of proof......

For all we know, based on what we've been SHOWN, he could have used a Ruger 10/22 and a Butler Creek 50-round magazine. Do any of you know anything different? Heard or seen any factual information about the weapons? Calibers used? Rounds fired?

Rob1109
December 30, 2012, 09:31 PM
One of the satisfactions this animal received is knowing that his nane and picture will be all over all media 24/7.

chris in va
December 30, 2012, 09:47 PM
He stopped his attack after hearing sirens. Tack on another minute or two by the time they went in.

Double Vision
December 30, 2012, 09:51 PM
Just exactly WHAT happened?

There does seem to be a curious lack of factual information avaialble to the public regarding what happened from A-Z.

Cesiumsponge
December 30, 2012, 09:53 PM
One of the satisfactions this animal received is knowing that his nane and picture will be all over all media 24/7.
He isn't satisfied now. He's dead. Worm chow. You can say anything you want about him and it doesn't affect him one bit. If he already received that satisfaction moments before he died, there is nothing you can do to take that away now.

Larry Ashcraft
December 30, 2012, 11:05 PM
And this has exactly ZERO to do with THR's mission.

There are, undoubtedly, hundreds of websites where speculation is welcome. This isn't one of them.

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