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Monday, 7 January 2013

The Sandy Hook Massacre: Unanswered Questions

S.O.T.T: What if the explanation provided by authorities about how something happened doesn't make sense in any truly objective way? More to the point, what if you have reasonable cause to suspect that the official version of events may not be accurate? Logically, you'd think that the same desire to make sense of the tragedy and find closure would remain unsatisfied in such a case. But you'd be wrong to think so, because it seems that most people, particularly those affected most directly by a tragedy, will gratefully accept the first plausible official explanation that is offered to them, even if, as in the case of the Sandy Hook massacre, it doesn't really explain WHY the tragedy occurred. The reason that most people react in this way is probably due to the same desire to find closure and 'put it behind them'....read more>>>...