Sandy Hook: CT crime data confirms FBI report
Sandy Hook: CT crime data confirms FBI report–but something is still wrongby Jim Fetzer (with Dr. Eowyn) via Veterans Today
“According to the Connecticut State crime report for 2012, there were 27 deaths in Connecticut that did not occur in any community or jurisdiction in Connecticut. But if no one died in Newtown, no one died at Sandy Hook”–Jim Fetzer
Brasscheck TV claims that the victims of the Sandy Hook massacre really are in the FBI’s Consolidated Crime Report, if you know how to read it.
He (the author) claims that those who believe this is “the smoking gun” of Sandy Hook have committed a mistake, because the numbers are there under a special State Police designation.
He even suggests that Wolfgang Halbig and Alex Jones have been taken in, which is especially surprising since the one he refers to as “W” is a former state trooper himself.
Someone has blundered, but that would not be Wolfgang. Sandy Hook is a subdivision of Newtown. Murders in Newtown should be reported under “Newtown”, not under a State Police designation.
For the eight (8) minute Brasscheck TV report, click here.
Murders are offenses under the law and should be reported for the community or jurisdiction that has the legal authority to investigate and prosecute them, even if the investigation were conducted by the CT State Police. Otherwise, how would any community know what crimes were committed there?
The Connecticut State Police are an organization, not a community or a jurisdiction. Like everything else about this event, there is nothing normal or consistent or coherent about it. And it therefore comes as no surprise that the FBI report has been confirmed by the state’s crime statistics for 2012:
Go to “Crime in Connecticut COMPLETE for 2012″ and on page 26, you will find the data that I am publishing here. At the intersection of MURDER and <10 (below 10 years of age) for 2012, you will find the number “0″! But that does not quite settle the matter, because the number “27″ appears under the heading, “State Police Misc.” buried on page 415:
If you put the data on page 415 together with the data on page 26, then according to the Connecticut State crime report for 2012, there were 27 deaths in Connecticut that did not occur in any community or jurisdiction in Connecticut. But if no one died in Newtown, no one died at Sandy Hook.
27 people cannot have died in Connecticut and also not have died anywhere in Connecticut in 2012. The Connecticut State Police, who orchestrated this event, have been caught and are looking for a way out. The FBI is playing along, because Eric Holder, the Attorney General, was a crucial player in the hoax.
A more interesting analysisA far more sophisticated discussion of the FBI’s Consolidated Uniform Crime Report for Connecticut may be found in Global Research, “The Sandy School Massacre and FBI Data Anomalies” (27 September 2014), by Jason Kissner. Jason cites an article by Adan Salazar that appeared on infowars.com to critique it and explain why its author got it wrong. He even notes that Connecticut reports zero murders for children below the age of 10 in its own report on crime in 2012:
Kissner identifies himself as a “criminologist”, who would appear to be in an appropriate position to explain why “the data entry identified by Salazar in no way whatsoever supports the claim that the FBI says no one was killed at Sandy Hook. ” But of course it does. Since the FBI’s data is confirmed by Connecticut’s data, but no location for those deaths appears in the state report, it supports the inference no one died, since if they died they had to have died somewhere.
Kissner says, “There could conceivably be real issues as to why the Sandy Hook murders weren’t scored in the Newtown ‘Agency or Area’ even if it is true that the Connecticut State Police managed the ‘investigation.’” Because the Newtown event was scored under the “State Police Misc.” heading and the FBI received the data from Connecticut, it placed a “0” in the Newtown row. Which means the claim that the FBI says nobody was killed at Newtown is not supported by the FBI’s data point. But does Kissner really think people can die in Connecticut without dying somewhere in Connecticut?After all, murders are reported in the communities or jurisdictions in which they have occurred, not on the basis of the agency or organization that investigates them. Since these “murders” allegedly took place in Sandy Hook and Sandy Hook is a subdivision of Newtown, they should have been reported under “Newtown”, not under “State Police Misc.” The only reason to cite any murders under “State Police Misc.” is to obfuscate that no one died in Newtown in 2012.
Did the CT State police retract data?When Kissner turns to an article in USA TODAY, however, he comes up with some striking information, which is that the data originally submitted by Colorado on the Aurora “Batman” shooting as well as the data originally submitted by Connecticut about Sandy Hook were both retracted at the request of local authorities, which were in the case of Sandy Hook, the Connecticut State Police:
As Kissner observes, what sort of “mistake” could possibly have justified the CTSP to request the retraction of data on homicides? The “supplemental homicide report” (which is the “supplementary materials” mentioned here) is as simple as it gets, but the mention of the suspect’s mother, Nancy Lanza, suggests that information about her may have been in error–which given the latest research about the alleged victims, could very well have justified the retraction–along with the data on every other purported victim. The school was closed by 2008 and no one died there in 2012.
Sandy Hook “smoking guns”This report is not “the smoking gun” of Sandy Hook, because the word “the” implies there is one and only one. There are many “smoking guns” for Sandy Hook, including that the school had been closed by 2008, that there were no 469 children being evacuated, that the Shannon Hicks’ “iconic” photograph was staged, that the “official report” by Danbury State’s Attorney does not connect the suspect to his alleged victims or the weapons he is supposed to have used and that Wolfgang has exposed the “script”. The FBI report is important because it encapsulates the problems with Sandy Hook
The FBI crime report is making an impact with the public, no doubt, because it represents the federal government and the authority of the state (not just of Connecticut, but of the United States). We tend to confound authority with truth, when truth is the authority–and where “authorities” lie to the American people all the time: about Lee Oswald, the Gulf of Tonkin, Iraqi soldiers dumping babies out of incubators in Kuwait, about 19 Arab hijackers, about Osama bin Laden, about Saddam Hussein, about Sandy Hook and about the Boston bombing–the authorities are lying to us all the time!The statistical records for crimes in states should be straightforward and unambiguous, as Jason Kissner observes: it’s a simple spread-sheet with the intersection of kinds of crimes and locations where crimes of that kind could have been committed. Had there been a murder of 20 children and seven adults–including Nancy Lanza as the twenty-seventh–then those numbers would have appeared in their proper place. It is a federal crime to report false statistics to the FBI, so the CTSP tacked on a new category of “State Police Misc.” as though that solved the problem. But perhaps Nancy Lanza also poses special problems, which have caused them some concern.
What is incredible is that we still tend to believe in our government, no doubt because the very idea that it would kill 3,000 of our fellow citizens to promote a political agenda is beyond our comprehension. They have experts on mind control and the dissemination of false information to instill fear into us and manipulate us for political purposes. The young Kuwati girl who testified before Congress is an appropriate illustration, since it was an emotional appeal like the emotional appeal of 20 first-graders being massacred at school.
What about Nancy Lanza?Another line of proof concern the woman alleged to be Adam Lanza’s mother, Nancy. There is more than one theory as to her identity. One theory, which identified her with Annie Haddad, has been featured in “A sampler of Sandy Hook videos”, where I explained that studies about her tend to disappear from the internet as rapidly as they are posted. In this instance, you can find this one by clicking on this link. Both “Nancy Lanza” and “Annie Haddad” as appearing to be the person also known under the last name “Champion”.
This theme is developed further in a new book by Dennis and Sabrina Phillips, Making a Killing: The Unofficial Story of the Sandy Hook Massacre (2014). According to the Tampa Bay Times, when Nancy Lanza’s mother, “Dorothy Hanson”, was reached for comment after the shooting, she was “Too distraught to talk.” During some initial research, they came across an obituary from the St.Petersburg Times back in the year 2000. It was for an “Eleanore Champion” and it’s the one of the only obituaries connecting Nancy Lanza to the Champion name.
For “Nancy Lanza: Her life today — The Undead of Sandy Hook”, click here.
An alternative account can be found here: In the horror story of Sandy Hook Nancy Lanza, Adam’s mother, has been somewhat of a mystery and met a rather awful end, according to the official tale. It would appear that perhaps Nancy never died. The real “Undead” of this false flag. Another part of this farce known as the Sandy Hook Massacre. The absurd photographs from INSIDE the Lanza house would be enough to show normal people that her death was faked. However, here we will provide several additional layers of proof that she obviously is still living her life today. In fact, it appears that Nancy and Peter are back together again… sans “Adam”, of course. For more, follow this link.
The situation with regard to Sandy Hook boggles the mind. The Connecticut State Police submit information to the FBI that asserts 27 people died in Connecticut, but at the same time denies that they died anywhere in Connecticut. That is absurd and revealing. The objective of disinformation is to create enough uncertainty that everything is believable and nothing is knowable. But we have a mountain of proof that the school was closed by 2008 and that no one died there in 2012. Even Obama officials in the Department of Education have confirmed it. And Dr. Eowyn offers more proof that no one died in her brilliant study of the Social Security Death Index, which is apparently being shut down so students and scholars cannot compare the data it provides with the claims being made by local, state and federal authorities.
No one died in Sandy Hook: Testimony from the Social Security Death Master File
by Dr. Eowyn
The Social Security Death Index (SSDI) is a database of death records created from the Social Security Administration’s Death Master File (DMF). Most persons in the U.S. who had died since 1936, had had a Social Security number, and whose death was reported to the Social Security Administration are listed in the SSDI.
Unlike the Death Master File, the SSDI is available free to the public on several genealogy websites, such as Genealogy Bank. The “state of issue” refers to the state that had issued the individual’s Social Security number.
On January 20, 2013, I undertook a search on Genealogy Bank for the SSDI of Adam Lanza — the alleged mass murderer of his mother, Nancy Lanza, and 20 children and 6 adults at Sandy Hook Elementary School in Newtown, Connecticut, on December 14, 2012.
To my astonishment, Genealogy Bank had Lanza’s SSDI as December 13, 2012 — a day BEFORE the alleged mass shooting. (See “SSDI says Adam Lanza died a day before Sandy Hook massacre“)
Here’s a screenshot I took of Adam Lanza’s SSDI record on the website GenealogyBank.com. The date (1/20/2013) and time (2:29PM) when I took the screenshot can be seen in the lower right corner of the image below.