Newly Released FBI Sandy Hook Files Reveals Very Problematic Findings

2. The FBI Offered Adam Lanza A Job

Lanza wasn't a dumb child. When he hacked into government computers in the 9th grade, federal officials told his mother he could have a job with the FBI when he was older. Did he…

“The authorities told her that if her son was that smart, he could have a job with them someday,”according to one of the heavily-redacted reports, as reported by the NY Daily News.

As the News reports, Lanza, at that point in the ninth grade, landed on investigator’s radar after hacking his way into an unidentified agency’s computer. The teen made it through two levels of security before his efforts were thwarted, the documents showed.

Many Conspiracists find it highly strange that Lanza was visited by the FBI years before the fatal shooting.

Another investigator, Wolfgang W. Halbig, a former state trooper, US customs agent and national school safety consultant, has openly stated that ‘Sandy Hook was a scripted event, at least two years in planning.’

What motive would their be for a private investigator to suggest his findings contradicted what the powerful FBI agency was officially stating on an investigation?

Men have died “unexpected” deaths investigating the  Sandy Hook Elementary School Shooting. How much we can read it to these types of events is impossible to gauge with a high degree of statistical accuracy. But, it does seem suspicious.

3. The FBI's Report States Lanza Wasn't Violent

Another question on the minds of Americans is why this 20-year-old kid, with no history of violent behavior, would ever do such a thing. Investigators even noted in their reports that Lanza was never violent, but often required special tools to avoid hurting himself by accident.

4) Law Enforcement Knew About Adam Lanza's Sandy Hook Plan Years Earlier

Four years before Adam Lanza massacred more than two dozen people in Newtown, Conn., in 2012, police officials were warned of his homicidal plans, according to documents released by the F.B.I. this week.

In one entry dated Dec. 26, 2012, 12 days after the shooting, a man said he had been privy to a conversation in which Mr. Lanza said he had an assault weapon and was planning to kill children at Sandy Hook Elementary School and his mother.

The man, whose name was redacted, was so troubled by this information that he reported it to the Newtown Police Department in 2008, according to the document, which was among about 1,500 pages released by the agency on Tuesday. But he said the police told him that “Lanza’s mother owned the guns and that there was nothing N.P.D. could do about it.”

This is a hard case to understand. What would motivate a person to just snap like that? Lanza was diagnosed with Asperger's syndrome. But, there is no evidence to suggest people with Asperger's are more likely to commit violent crimes. How can you explain this?

We will continue to review the recent document released by the FBI. More details will be provided as they continue to come to light. 

Source: The Free Thought Project   New York Times



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