Prof James F Tracy raises questions about performance of Connecticut pathologist D Wayne Carver II at recent press conference in Global Research article, "The Sandy Hook School Massacre: Unanswered Questions and Missing Information." Tracy wonders after viewing video (left), whether Carver subjected to coercion or an imposter:
"Carver’s unusual remarks and behavior warrant close consideration because in light of his professional notoriety they appear remark- ably amateurish and out of character. H. Wayne Carver II has an extremely self-assured, almost swaggering presence in Connecticut state administration...Yet the H. Wayne Carver who showed up to the December 15 press conference is an almost entirely different man, appearing apprehensive and uncertain, as if he is at a significant remove from the postmortem operation he had overseen. The multiple gaffes, discrepancies, and hedges in response to reporters’ astute questions suggest that he is either under coercion or an imposter. While the latter sounds untenable it would go a long way in explaining his sub-pedestrian grasp of medical procedures and terminology."
Tracy makes clear his suspicion Sandy Hook Massacre didn't go as advertised. The most riveting questions posed by writer include: 1) Emergency Services turned away from school campus and forced to set up at nearby Fire Station, 2) Photographs and videos don't reflect a full scale evacuation of 600 students only at most a few dozen and 3) number of shots taken in a span of 5-7 minutes:
"According to Dr. Carver and State Police, Lanza shot each victim between 3 and 11 times during a 5 to 7 minute span. If one is to average this out to 7 bullets per individual—excluding misses—Lanza shot 182 times, or once every two seconds. Yet according to the official story Lanza was the sole assassin and armed with only one weapon. Thus if misses and changing the gun’s 30-shot magazine at least 6 times are added to the equation Lanza must have been averaging about one shot per second—extremely skilled use of a single firearm for a young man..."
It will remain a point of contention how many times supposedly Lanza reloaded his clip? Most worrisome, the media directive to accept explanations solely on their authority. Will the public be cowed into submission? There's a lot at stake and not overlooked by the writer:
"While the incident is ostensibly being handled by Connecticut law enforcement,
early reports indicate how federal authorities were on the scene as the 911 call
was received. Regardless of where one stands on the Second Amendment and gun
control, it is not unreasonable to suggest the Obama administration complicity
or direct oversight of an incident that has in very short order sparked a
national debate on the very topic—and not coincidentally remains a key piece of
Obama’s political platform. The move to railroad this program through with the aid of major media and an
irrefutable barrage of children’s portraits, “heartfelt” platitudes and
ostensible tears neutralizes a quest for genuine evidence, reasoned observation
and in the case of Newtown honest and responsible law enforcement. Moreover, to
suggest that Obama is not capable of deploying such techniques to achieve
political ends is to similarly place ones faith in image and interpretation
above substance and established fact, the exact inclination that in sum has
brought America to such an impasse."
The present writer supports writer's view to question media deluge to submit and forfeit rights to own guns that would matchup better against armed forces! It's scary to watch ability of television to hypnotize viewers into compliant state, willing to subject themselves to a wholly vulnerable position!