Category Archives: The Families

A Tale of Two Veroniques

The big buzz this week is the release of the hoaxer documentary entitled “We need to talk about Sandy Hook.” I haven’t watched the whole thing.  For heaven’s sake, it’s over two hours long and it’s almost two weeks before … Continue reading

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The Principal and the Boston Marathon

Wow. It’s hard to believe this rubbish is still going around, but just today, this image was posted on a site I follow. For those of you who believe Ms. Hochsprung also played a character named “Donna” at the Boston … Continue reading

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Out of the Spotlight

The witnesses who came forward and talked to the press unwittingly became stars of hoax videos.  Their pictures are plastered on websites with red circles and arrows.  The occupations of their family members are examined.  They’ve been declared crisis actors.  … Continue reading

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Off the Radar

Recently, a truther blog posted a list of unanswered questions about the Sandy Hook shooting, including the question “How did Adam disappear off the radar for 3 yrs if he was a computer wiz?” First of all, the question is … Continue reading

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It’s All About the Money

One of the most vile accusations against family members of the Newtown victims, is the claim that family members were motivated to participate in the hoax for financial gain.  After all $7.7 million has been collected in the United Way … Continue reading

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Newtown Parents are Too Old!

Another one of the sillier observations that are paraded as “fact” is the opinion that the Newtown parents are too old to be parents of first graders. At the risk of giving any credence to such an assertion, it did get … Continue reading

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Understanding Robbie

“I would love to see someone explain to me under what  circumstances you would be laughing a day after your kid was shot dead!“ That’s the question one internet poster posed, referring to the infamous footage of a smiling Robbie Parker taking … Continue reading

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