School Shooting Conspiracy Theory

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“Overall, I would just call him socially awkward, I don’t know, shy and quiet. Didn’t really look you in the eye,” said one of the Lanza’s family neighbors (Vogel). In the United States through 2013 and 2015, on average, there were two school shootings a month. Sandy Hook Elementary school was one of the deadliest school shootings in United States history, (Ray). On December 14, 2012 forty police cruisers darted toward Sandy Hook Elementary School in Newtown, Connecticut after a tragic mass shooting (Vogel). A twenty year old man named Adam Lanza murdered his mother, Nancy Lanza, at their home. The weapon he used was a .223 calibre rifle. After murdering his mother, he commuted five minutes to Sandy Hook Elementary School and killed twenty seven others, including himself (Ray). Principal Dawn Hochsprung, the vice principal, and the school psychologist Mary Sherlach were in a meeting with a parent discussing their seven year old (Vogel). The …show more content…

The main one is many people believe that the children and families are paid actors because there was no bodies being shown. Many theorists believe that the children never existed. One parent has been trying to prove that their son was real but people think otherwise. A few smaller theories include that there were two killers instead of one and people claiming to see two men leave the scene suspiciously (Sandy Hook massacre). Some reports are also trying to convince people that this attack was planned and not spur of the moment (Stanglin). Sandy Hook Elementary school was one of the deadliest school shootings in United States history. A twenty year old man named Adam Lanza, killed twenty eight people, including himself (Ray). The police found many articles and books about mass killings at his home (Editors). Today, there are many memorials, including websites and fundraisers to remember everyone that died in this tragic event (My Sandy Hook

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