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    Here is a intersting link to the amount of shootings done by users of "safe meds".

    60 School Shootings Linked To Psychiatric Drugs Over Past 20 Years by Green Pasture

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    I read something about that right after the shooting but then couldn't find it again to post. These drugs are some scary stuff

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    Wow!!! No wonder why they are fucked up.
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    WHY isnt anyone talking about this:






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    Because, just like Fast and Furious, Solyndra, Birth Certificates, Benghazi, etc. the media has suppressed it because it doesn't fit their agenda but it exposes their inaccurate reporting.
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    I know this is a little side bar to the topic, but I heard this the other day too...
    Funny thing I noticed, comparing all these shootings with the Sandyhook shooting.
    Notice how many wounded there were in all these shootings. In some cases far more than were killed. I would consider this normal for an inexperienced shooter carrying out a rampage shooting.
    Sandyhook: 26 dead (actually 27 if you count the mother), I think there were two wounded.
    Just another one of those "hmmmm"'s about Sandyhook.
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    Quote Originally Posted by steelcomp View Post
    I know this is a little side bar to the topic, but I heard this the other day too...
    Funny thing I noticed, comparing all these shootings with the Sandyhook shooting.
    Notice how many wounded there were in all these shootings. In some cases far more than were killed. I would consider this normal for an inexperienced shooter carrying out a rampage shooting.
    Sandyhook: 26 dead (actually 27 if you count the mother), I think there were two wounded.
    Just another one of those "hmmmm"'s about Sandyhook.
    Now back to your regurlarly scheduled program.
    I have been comparing footage all week from Columbine, V Tech, Aurora.
    Just the images and film, removing reporting bias from broadcasts.
    NOTHING about SH adds up.
    You may recall I was skeptical about any sort of conspiracy type deal.
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    Quote Originally Posted by steelcomp View Post
    I know this is a little side bar to the topic, but I heard this the other day too...
    Funny thing I noticed, comparing all these shootings with the Sandyhook shooting.
    Notice how many wounded there were in all these shootings. In some cases far more than were killed. I would consider this normal for an inexperienced shooter carrying out a rampage shooting.
    Sandyhook: 26 dead (actually 27 if you count the mother), I think there were two wounded.
    Just another one of those "hmmmm"'s about Sandyhook.
    Now back to your regurlarly scheduled program.

    at first I thought you were full of crap about this, now not so much, sorry.

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    Quote Originally Posted by steelcomp View Post
    I know this is a little side bar to the topic, but I heard this the other day too...
    Funny thing I noticed, comparing all these shootings with the Sandyhook shooting.
    Notice how many wounded there were in all these shootings. In some cases far more than were killed. I would consider this normal for an inexperienced shooter carrying out a rampage shooting.
    Sandyhook: 26 dead (actually 27 if you count the mother), I think there were two wounded.
    Just another one of those "hmmmm"'s about Sandyhook.
    Now back to your regurlarly scheduled program.
    I don't think he was inexperienced, I read he went to the range with his mother. As far as dead/wounded ratio, you don't think an adult would have a better chance of surviving a gunshot...rather than a baby within the confines of a classroom?

    I think a lot of it is about the drugs they are giving them. Docs seem to hand them out on a trial and error basis. Send them home with a bottle of pills that twist up brain chemistry and give them to a child who might or might not already be twisted, if mom says his behavior improves they must be the right meds...If not, doc tries another flavor....But there is no real way to know what is really going on inside the kids head.....And all this is going on at a time when a child is learning about right/wrong.

    Granted, the meds do help people but there will always be a certain percent that short circuit...the more people they give the meds means more short circuits...

    I can't help but wonder if the kid hadn't shot his mom if she
    would have gotten charged with anything. She has no business
    storing weapons where he had access.....she was well aware the kid had serious issues.


    And as far as that M.E. I think he is an idiot..... How could he be so sure it was long gun? I don't think a ME's job is to dig bullets out of the wall and i bet that's were most of the rounds ended up...and for sure they had a full on csi lab to analyze every round.....within 24 hours

    "inconsistencies" That's what you might expect when 10 different people witness the exact same event. Add in some third hand eyewitness accounts, news caster speculation and a town full of traumatized people...what do you expect? Just because it's on tv it doesn't mean it's factual.
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    Quote Originally Posted by steelcomp View Post
    I know this is a little side bar to the topic, but I heard this the other day too...
    Funny thing I noticed, comparing all these shootings with the Sandyhook shooting.
    Notice how many wounded there were in all these shootings. In some cases far more than were killed. I would consider this normal for an inexperienced shooter carrying out a rampage shooting.
    Sandyhook: 26 dead (actually 27 if you count the mother), I think there were two wounded.
    Just another one of those "hmmmm"'s about Sandyhook.
    Now back to your regurlarly scheduled program.
    A few years back I got caught at a red light in a shady neighborhood in San Bernardino. On 2 corners were project housing and the other two were small auto repair shops. I watched a "gangster" stand over another kid and empty a magazine, at least 10 rounds. He was shooting at a teenager who was lying on his back at the shooters feet flopping like a fish on the beach. After the shots ended an the gangster jumped into his 87' Cutlass and drove away, the kid on the ground jumped up and took off running the other direction into the projects. This was basically point blank rang. Did he hit the kid? I don't know, but that kid hightailed out of there like he was running from the cops with no signs of being wounded. I watched him run quite a ways.

    I didn't think about the body count, but now that you mention it 27 people shot 27 people dead, that is fine shooting for someone who isn't a trained assassin.

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    Quote Originally Posted by steelcomp View Post
    I know this is a little side bar to the topic, but I heard this the other day too...
    Funny thing I noticed, comparing all these shootings with the Sandyhook shooting.
    Notice how many wounded there were in all these shootings. In some cases far more than were killed. I would consider this normal for an inexperienced shooter carrying out a rampage shooting.
    Sandyhook: 26 dead (actually 27 if you count the mother), I think there were two wounded.
    Just another one of those "hmmmm"'s about Sandyhook.
    Now back to your regurlarly scheduled program.
    And weren't there video surveillance cameras at Sandy Hook? I bet there was, so where's the footage?
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    Quote Originally Posted by SoldHondaBoughtHondo View Post
    I don't think he was inexperienced, I read he went to the range with his mother.
    There was an invesitigation into this. I heard there wasn't one person from any or the gun ranges his motehr went to that could verify that he ever fired a round. He was seen with his mother on a few occasions, but tha's it.As far as dead/wounded ratio, you don't think an adult would have a better chance of surviving a gunshot...rather than a baby within the confines of a classroom?

    I think a lot of it is about the drugs they are giving them.
    It was reported that no perscription drugs of any kind were found at his home and there was noi evidence that he was under any kind of medication or being treatd for anyt mental illness.
    Docs seem to hand them out on a trial and error basis. Send them home with a bottle of pills that twist up brain chemistry and give them to a child who might or might not already be twisted, if mom says his behavior improves they must be the right meds...If not, doc tries another flavor....But there is no real way to know what is really going on inside the kids head.....And all this is going on at a time when a child is learning about right/wrong.

    Granted, the meds do help people but there will always be a certain percent that short circuit...the more people they give the meds means more short circuits...

    I can't help but wonder if the kid hadn't shot his mom
    How do you know he shot his mom?

    if she
    would have gotten charged with anything. She has no business
    storing weapons where he had access.....she was well aware the kid had serious issues.

    How do you know how the weapons were stored or how easy they were to access? How do you even know they were the mother's weapons?

    And as far as that M.E. I think he is an idiot..... How could he be so sure it was long gun? I don't think a ME's job is to dig bullets out of the wall and i bet that's were most of the rounds ended up...and for sure they had a full on csi lab to analyze every round.....within 24 hours

    "inconsistencies" That's what you might expect when 10 different people witness the exact same event. Add in some third hand eyewitness accounts, news caster speculation and a town full of traumatized people...what do you expect? Just because it's on tv it doesn't mean it's factual. Yet you repeated a number of things above as if it were fact.
    I'm just sayin...
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    Is calif going to add shotguns to the list now. Crossbows? Compound bows? Wristrockets? Biblical slings?

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