It's been almost ten years since the Sandy Hook Elementary School shooting happened and still there are many unanswered questions about that day. Although the government, the news media, and high-powered attorneys have tried to classify the incident as unquestionably factual, others have found elements of it that just don't make sense. One person who has worked tirelessly to expose the truth is former law enforcement officer Wolfgang Halbig. Halbig asked government officials simple questions about the Sandy Hook shooting and he was mostly ignored. Even when he filed numerous FOIA (Freedom Of Information Act) requests, officials refused to comply. The government won't even say who ordered the portable toilets that were delivered to the crime scene only three hours into the investigation, as if they had been scheduled in advance. Which officer was in charge of the police response? No one will say. Why were the bodies taken away at night without the parents being allowed to see them? Halbig has been given no answers.
Was this a Department of Homeland Security I.C.E. (Integrated Capstone Event)* training exercise? This is a possibility that Halbig suggests. Although I can't say with certainty what happened that day, I do recall seeing it unfold in the news and thinking something about it seemed very suspicious. If the government would answer some basic questions and show a few documents related to the shooting, much of the controversy could be put to rest. But since they won't do that, it's up to all of us to push for the truth.
The following documentary will take you through the entire event from beginning to end. And you'll see Wolfgang Halbig attempt to get answers from people who go out of their way to hide the details of what happened in Newtown Connecticut on December 12, 2012. The film is just over one hour long but you won't be able to stop after the first five minutes. I strongly encourage you to watch it and then share it everywhere.
*The Center for Domestic Preparedness (CDP) Integrated Capstone Event (ICE) program provides the opportunity for multiple disciplines to work together in a culminating, all-hazard, mass casualty incident training exercise. The ICE promotes interdisciplinary response where first responders and first receivers are challenged to conduct response operations within the Incident Command System, with students filling various roles based on their experience and course objectives. Source: FEMA website.