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Sunday, January 13, 2013
Sandy Hook Hoax: More things that make you go hmmm....
In the center of town, on Route 25, just down the hill from Newtown's iconic flagpole, police Officer William Chapman sits down to complete every cop's least-favorite part of the job: paperwork. Chapman's shift starts at 8 a.m., but before he can leave the police station and go out on patrol, the 29-year-old officer has to take care of some routine business. He has been on the force for five years.
Around 9:30 a.m., the Newtown police dispatch operator alerts units that a caller has reported a shooting at Sandy Hook Elementary School.
Officer William Chapman bolts from his desk and out to his cruiser. The school is three miles away -- up the hill, a right on Church Hill Road, under Interstate 84 and by the shops and restaurants of Sandy Hook's four corners and past the cemetery with its leaning gray tombstones dating to 1813. .
There are nine or 10 other Newtown officers there, including ChiefMichael Kehoe. Chapman hears rifle fire inside the school. He and OfficerScott Smithcharge through the front door, where the glass has been shot out, while Kehoe and another officer go in through a side entrance. ( It take the
Officers are trained to check rooms to make sure a shooter is not lurking, so Chapman and Smith do not linger in rooms where there are victims. They are hunting for the shooter.
Officers discover the shooter is dead. Chapman and Smith go back down the hall. They return to an area where they know there are victims -- a first-grade classroom where a majority of the slain children are found. (How is it possible that these Officers knew that upon finding the one shooter dead that there was no others?)
The room is full of the bodies of children. But one child, a little girl, still shows signs of life.
A tall, muscular man, Chapman scoops the child into his arms and runs out to find an ambulance. He tells the little girl she is safe, that the police are there to protect her and that she is loved