There is a theory that the Sandy Hook children were 'kidnapped'.
'Photos of the no doubt incredibly bloody crime scene' are missing
On 25 December 2012, at Global Research, Prof. James F. Tracy wrote:
The Sandy Hook School Massacre: Unanswered Questions and Missing Information
1. The only people who claim to have seen any dead bodies are medical examiner H. Wayne Carver and his staff.
Emilie Parker (right)
2. There is no visual evidence of the shooter's alleged violent entry into the school.
There is no evidence of the crime scene's aftermath.
No eyewitness, photo or video evidence of broken glass.
No evidence of blasted security locks and doors, bullet casings and holes.
No evidence of bloodied walls and floors.
All of these are common in such investigations and reporting.
3. Why Were Medical Personnel Turned Away From the Crime Scene?
Medical personnel were forced to set up their operation not at the school, but at the fire station.
Medical responders who rushed to Sandy Hill Elementary were denied entry to the school.
"You may not be able to save everybody, but you damn well try," emergency medical technician James Wolff told NBC News. "And when (we) didn't have the opportunity to put our skills into action, it’s difficult."
Sandy Hook. Assistant police chief in Stamford receives counter-terrorism training from the ADL.
4. Did a mass evacuation of the school take place?
There is no photographic or video evidence of an evacuation of the 600 children.
Limited video and photographic imagery shows at most several dozen students leaving the school.
aangirfan: WHAT REALLY HAPPENED TO ALL THOSE CHILDREN?
7. Early on, journalists reported that Ryan Lanza was the gunman, and that pistols were used in the shooting.
9. Initial press accounts suggest that no school personnel or students heard definite 'gunshots'.
This contrasts with the updated version where:
The masked shooter, unseen by anyone in the car park, walked up to the front entrance and fired at least a half dozen rounds into the glass doors.
"The thunderous sound" alerted Principal Dawn Hochsprung and school psychologist Mary Scherlach.
The two of them mysteriously ran towards the gunman, and were killed.
Breaching the school's security system in such a way should have likely triggered some automatic alert.
Two staff members saw the shooter just after he had entered and called the emergency number 911.
This contrasts with earlier reports that the first 911 call reported that students "were trapped in a classroom" with someone who had two guns.
Recordings of the first police dispatch following the 911 call at 9:35:50 indicate that someone "thinks there’s someone shooting in the building."
Nothing about being almost mortally caught in a "hail of bullets."
10. How did the gunman fire so many shots in such little time?
According to Dr. Carver and State Police, the shooter must have been averaging about one shot per second - extremely skilled use of a single firearm for a young man with absolutely no military training.
11. We witnessed "the wholly bizarre" and "amateurish" and "out of character" performance of Connecticut’s top medical examiner H. Wayne Carver II at a December 15 press conference.
Reporter: So the rifle was the primary weapon?
H. Wayne Carver: Yes.
Reporter: But the long rifle was discovered in the car...
Carver: The bullets are designed in such a fashion that ... the energy is deposited in the tissue so the bullet stays in (the tissue).
(In fact, the Bushmaster .223 Connecticut police finally claimed was used in the shooting is designed for long range field use and utilizes high velocity bullets averaging 3,000 feet-per-second, the energy of which even at considerable distance would penetrate several bodies before finally coming to rest in tissue.)
Reporter: Do you know the difference of the time of death between the mother in the house and the bodies recovered (in the school).
Carver: Uh, no, I don’t. Sorry [shakes head excitedly] I don’t! [embarrassed laugh]
Reporter: Did the gunman kill himself with the rifle?
Carver: No. I - I don’t know yet. I’ll - I’ll examine him tomorrow morning. But, but I don’t think so.
(Why has Carver left arguably the most important specimen for last? And why doesn't he think Lanza didn't commit suicide with the rifle?)
Reporter: In terms of the children, were they all found in one classroom or -
Carver: Uhm … (Turns to Lieutenant Vance) Paul and company will deal with that.
Reporter: Were (the students) sitting at their desks or were they running away when this happened?
Carver: I’ll let the guys who - the scene guys talk - address that issue. I, uh, obviously I was at the scene. Obviously I’m very experienced in that. But there are people who are, uh, the number one professionals in that. I’ll let them - let that.
 State of Connecticut Department of Emergency Services and Public Protection, ”State Police Investigate Newtown School Shooting” [Press Release] December 15, 2012.
 State of Connecticut Department of Emergency Services and Public Protection, “Update: Newtown School Shooting” [Press Release], December 19, 2012.
 CNN, “Family of 6 Year Old Victim,” December 14, 2012, “Sandy Hook School Shooting Hoax Fraud,” Youtube, December 17, 2012.
 Hartford Courant, “Finally ‘Enough’ For Chief Medical Examiner” [Editorial], January 30, 2012.
 John Christofferson and Jocelyn Noveck, “Sandy Hook School Shooting: Adam Lanza Kills 26 and Himself at Connecticut School,” Huffington Post, December 15, 2012.
 Edmund H. Mahoney, Dave Altmari, and Jon Lender, “Sandy Hook Shooter’s Pause May Have Aided Escape,” Hartford Courant, December 23, 2012.
 Jaweed Kaleem, “Sandy Hook Elementary School Shooting: Newtown Connecticut Students, Administrators Among Victims, Reports Say,” Huffington Post, December 14, 2012.
 RadioMan911TV, “Sandy Hook Elementary School Shooting Newtown Police / Fire and CT State Police,” Youtube, December 14, 2012. At several points in this recording audio is scrambled, particularly following apprehension of a second shooting suspect outside the school, suggesting a purposeful attempt to withhold vital information.
 Miranda Leitsinger, “You Feel Helpless: First Responders Rushed to School After Shooting, Only to Wait,” US News on NBC, December 20.
 Rob Dew, “Evidence of 2nd and 3rd Shooter at Sandy Hook,” Infowars Nightly News, December 18, 2012, http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8nCFHImNeRw. A more detailed yet less polished analysis was developed by citizen journalist Idahopicker, “Sandy Hook Elem: 3 Shooters,” December 16, 2012. See also James F. Tracy, “Analyzing the Newtown Narrative: Sandy Hook’s Disappearing Shooter Suspects,” Memoryholeblog.com, December 20, 2012.
 W. Lance Bennett, News: The Politics of Illusion 9th Edition, Boston: Longman, 2012, 47.