Recently released FBI crime statistics curiously show that no murders occurred in Newtown, Connecticut, in 2012, despite reports that numerous school children and faculty members were massacred during a shooting rampage in December of that year.
On December 14, 2012, the world watched in utter disbelief and horror as the mainstream media reported the deaths of 20 students and 6 staff members at the Sandy Hook Elementary School in Newtown at the hands of a deranged 20-year-old, Adam Lanza.
Internet sleuths and conspiracy theorists across the nation and around the world began dissecting the incident, detail by detail, and began stitching together clues that indicated the shooting could be a carefully-scripted false flag event, the central tenet being that the event would be used to galvanize future support for gun control legislation.
In the two years that have followed, politicians from all across the nation and gun control advocates such as Moms Demand Action for Gun Sense have cited the Sandy Hook incident as a big reason the Second Amendment needs to be amended, with some even calling for it to be abolished completely.
In comparison to the Connecticut report, the 2012 FBI crime report for the state of Colorado shows that 29 homicides occurred in Aurora, Colorado, of that year. This figure takes into account the number of victims who were murdered in the Century Theater during the premier of Christopher Nolan’s Dark Knight Rises film in the month of July.
Those who have doubted and questioned the official Sandy Hook story have largely been labeled as heartless and conspiracy freaks, amongst other things. According to the latest FBI crime report, the data released seems to substantiate the theories that Sandy Hook may have in fact been an elaborate and carefully-scripted ‘false flag’ event.
What needs to be mentioned, however, is that the FBI data supposedly doesn’t report on homicides that were investigated by state police but only by those which were investigated and reported on by local departments.
Sources used to collect information about the events included reports from the investigating agencies, the supplemental homicide reports (SHRs) produced by the FBI, and news stories. Not all sources of data were available for all events. The most current data from SHRs only cover up to 2010. For this reason it was not possible to use SHRs for events that occurred in 2011 and 2012. Recent events generally are under ongoing investigations, and the investigating agencies do not release these reports. Therefore, events that occurred during 2011 and 2012 were coded from the most recent news reports.