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Monday, December 24, 2012

Just who were the other shooters at Sandy Hook in Newton Connjecticut



By Michael Shrimpton

Firstly a very Merry Christmas and Happy New Year to everyone, 
even Thames Valley Police, Britain’s answer to the dumbass Chief 
Lorenzo in Die Hard 2.  Seasons Greetings go in particular to the 
people of Newtown, Connecticut, still reeling from the Sandy Hook 

Nicole Hockley, the mother of the British victim, Dylan Hockley, 
aged just 6, has pleaded that “this cannot be a pointless tragedy.”  
Sadly it will be if the mistakes of Virginia Tech, Oslo and Aurora 
are repeated.  Each of those was orchestrated by a hostile 
intelligence agency – North Korea’s Research Department for 
External Intelligence (RDEI) in Virginia, Germany’s DVD in the 
case of Oslo and Germany’s COREA Group (the DVD’s 
penetration operation inside CIA, based at Frankfurt) in the case of 

Like Oslo, Sandy Hook involved multiple shooters.  The 
mainstream media calls for gun control are a mindless, knee-jerk 
reaction.  Since a hostile intelligence agency was clearly involved 
how would gun control affect matters?  Firstly, if the guns could not 
be acquired lawfully they would be supplied.  Secondly, we do not 
know whether all the weapons used so outrageously at Sandy Hook 
were legally acquired.  It is highly probable that most were not.

Wayne LaPierre’s courageous comments on the need for armed 
wardens were a good call, with respect.  It is good to see the NRA 
contributing to the debate with reasoned argument.  Bad Guys with 
guns can only be stopped by Good Guys with guns.  

Unarmed primary school teachers can only shelter their charges 
behind them but 
however courageous – and the teachers of Sandy Hook Elementary 
School will be remembered in a century’s time – they cannot stop 
them being murdered after they themselves have been cruelly 
gunned down.  Larry Pratt, President of Gun Owners of America, 
got it right, with respect, when he emphasized that gun control 
supporters have the blood of little children on their hands.  The kids 
at Sandy Hook needed somebody to fire back on their behalf.

Politicians should stop allowing their judgment to be clouded by 
emotion.  Yes, it is distressing when the Bad Guys murder little 
children, but caving in to their agenda will just get more children 
killed.   One of the reasons the selected targets were so young was 
to get us to lose control of our emotions.  Once you’ve lost control 
of your emotions it’s easy to lose control of your judgment.   
Obama has clearly lost his.

Emotions are a good thing.  I am not ashamed to say that I cried for 
the little ones murdered in Newtown.  I was particularly moved 
during a magnificent performance at the Royal Albert Hall on 
Monday by the Royal Choral Society of Gabrieli’s lovely 
Magnum Mysterium.  As an intelligence analyst however you 
cannot indulge in the luxury of wallowing in emotion when you are 
applying your mind to a problem.  Apart from anything else your 
conclusions, if wrong, may lead to the wrong Bad Guy being taken 
down, although as a barrister there is always a Chinese Wall 
between your analysis and any kinetic application of force based 
upon it.

A number of us on have been thrashing around the 
issues, so apologies if you’ve seen this elsewhere.  Some of these 
points are not mine, but arguments made to me which I consider to 
be sound.  As always I am happy to give credit where it is due, so if 
anybody wants an acknowledgement I shall be happy to give it.  
The trolls no doubt will say ‘but you can’t accept anybody else’s 
argument!’   Oh yes I can, if it’s a good one.  I’m not such an 
egotist to think I know all the answers – if I were I’d be working for 
Thames Valley Police (it must be nice to have a job where you can 
leave your brain at home!).  Where I accept an argument however I 
am always willing to give credit to whoever came up with it.   I also 
respect the confidentiality of communications to me.

There were clearly multiple shooters.  Consensus in INTELCOM 
seems to be moving towards three.  There is NO consensus that 
Adam Lanza was one of the shooters.  There is no solid forensic 
trail between him and any of the murders.  Gordon may tell you his 
body was brought in.  I incline to the view that he was there, and 
participated, but I retain an open mind.  At least one other shooter 
appears to have been briefly in custody, before being released.  The 
public statements of the police do not match the radio intercepts.
This does not mean that every officer involved is happy with the 
cover-up.  So far to the contrary it is clear that some of 
INTELCOM’s intelligence is coming from within the local police 
and possibly also CSP.  Someone is also talking to NYPD, to judge 
from the leaching of information to the New York Fire Department.  
There is awareness in New York that they are fighting the same 
enemy as on 9-11.  Well done by the way to the firemen for paying 
their respects.  That was good to see.

I am NOT buying the idea that Lanza killed his mother, on whom 
he was very dependent.  Again the evidence is very weak and 
consists of little more than statements to that effect.  A press 
release is not evidence, except of the intent of the person pushing 
out the statement.  Her survivalist credentials are a little thin too, 
although not as paper-thin as Breivik’s ‘extreme right-wing’ 

It is now clear that Lanza was not mentally ill, although he was a 
loner and an introvert.  That is not the same thing as being mentally 
ill.  If he did carry out some of the murders he was clearly not the 
major player, or the planner of the operation.  I am told the 
SATINT is particularly helpful, but if you want the good stuff word 
is you’ll have to talk to the Russians.  If the President’s 
Administration in Moscow, or the excellent Russian SVR, could 
brief in the Russian media that would be extremely helpful.  There 
is NO chance of anyone in Washington or Hartford telling the 
media the truth.  It would not be usual even in the most normal of 
circumstances, and these circumstances are far from normal.

The evidence that Lanza committed suicide is also pretty thin.  It is 
clear he was shot – the issue is, by whom?  There does not seem to 
have been an independent autopsy.

The poor parents are desperate to prevent this murderous nonsense 
happening to other families, but with respect they are not thinking 
straight.  The more they go down the line of pushing gun control, 
the more they play into the COREA Group’s hands.  At this time 
the chances of COREA not being involved are pretty slim.  There 
are deeper things at work here however than pushing gun control.

The Germans may have been sending a message to the 
Administration over the stolen funds sitting in New York which are 
being traded to prop up the euro.  There was a lot of activity around 
that in the run-up to the shootings.  Whether Lanza’s father was in 
the loop on the trading, possibly in trying to stop it, could be a 
legitimate line of inquiry (he comes across with respect as a decent 
man).  Lanza was chosen for this operation for a reason, and it was 
nothing to do with his allegedly being a pupil at Sandy Hook.

Some one in the Administration must have been in the loop.  We 
may get a clue as to who it was over the next few years.  You 
would be surprised how much damage being involved in the murder 
of children can do to the mind of even the most evil man or woman, 
even if they come from Chicago.

The two shooters who survived will almost certainly have been 
taken down by their own side already.  The Good Guys however 
will want to hunt down and eliminate those higher up the food 
chain.  I have no doubt they will be identified and will find 
themselves on the wrong end of a Big Sig, in God’s good time.  As a 
lawyer I wish I could say that there was a better way, and I am 
bound to advise against kinetic methods.

Our legal systems however lack the sophistication to understand a 
black-op of this nature and the moral fiber to deal with it.  Just look 
at the way Norway’s legal system rolled over for the mass shootings 
there.  Breivik’s trial, with respect (and I take no pleasure in saying 
this) was little more than a propaganda exercise for the absurd mad, 
lone gunman theory.  It was Norway’s answer to the deeply 
discredited Warren Commission.

Again, Merry Christmas to one and all.  If you’re a Mayan, don’t 
forget to buy your new calendar.

Michael Shrimpton
December 23rd 2012
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