Wednesday, January 16, 2013

Video Exposes Sandy Hook Massacre?

Posted YouTube video draws questions about shooting details and a government conspiracy to ban assault rifles.

By H. Nelson Goodson
January 16, 2013

Newtown, Connecticut  - A YouTube video is going viral depicting the Sandy Hook shooting and massacre as a possible hoax by the government. The video suggests that the U.S. Government is involved in alleged conspiracy with Connecticut state officials and local law enforcement to deceive the American people into believing a gunman acted alone.
It suggests that the assault rifle believed to be used by the suspect was locked in the back trunk of his mother's vehicle and never used. Only four handguns were recovered inside the elementary school where 27 people died including the alleged gunman.
Believe it or not, but the video draws plenty of questions on how websites were created asking for funding before the massacre occurred and one that the teacher, Soto had died before becoming an actual victim herself.
On Wednesday, in wake of the Sandy Hook shooting deaths, President Barack H. Obama made an executive order to ban assault rifles and high capacity magazines of 30-rounds, but allowing only 10-round magazines to be available for gun buyers. He is also allowing for medical records of mentally ill people more accessible to law enforcement and wants severe punishment for strawbuyers who buy guns for others. Obama ordered a ban of private gun sales without background checks.
His executive orders will most likely draw opposition in Congress.

Video exposing the Sandy Hook shooting and massacre in Newtown as a hoax? Video link:

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