News on Sandy Hook Fakery
Photos for Sandy Hook victims created in AP's media photo use site, month before shooting. Video proof.
The guy had access to AP's photo site for media use at college. AP has now restricted that photo site, after his videos have come out.
He was able to do searches of photos uploaded to AP for stories with a pre date of December 13, 2012.
The site, shows when the photos are created and submitted to AP for media use, they all have 'creation' dates.
Remember Emily Parker's fund on Facebook was created the morning of December 14th 2012, which many noticed. How was a fund created and a page created on FB before anyone knew who the victims were?
Some of the photos that show creation dates long before the event, could be attributed to the camera takng [sic] the pictures having the wrong date set internally, in my opinion. But other pictures as Soto's graduation picture that was taken at her graduation in 2008 and has the correct creation date of that day, yet it was submitted in November of 2012 to AP for a victim of the shooting.
The guy Timothy Hunter who did the video, does a good job and has done the research to bring out the information.
What the video shows overall is the fact the pool of victims photos were created and put into AP's photo site for media use, the month before the shooting.
He shows through screen captures how the victims of Sandy Hook, many of the photos were created November 23 2012 from directly on the AP site and before they shut it down.
Apart from the early photo "creation" dates, the video also describes the really weird case of some mom whose child was not dead, who said someone stole her kid's picture and used it as a picture of a Sandy Hook victim.
More on the early photo dates here.
I read that certain sites and articles on the internet on Sandy Hook had wrong dates because websites were "repurposed", google has a problem with resolving conflicting dates of articles and there are just general computer glitches with dates. That's the debunking argument you can find easily on google. OK, maybe.
But whole batches of Sandy Hook victim pictures with way early "creation dates" on a special photo news site? That makes no sense in terms of the standard debunking arguments. I couldn't find any debunking either on this either-- for early photo creation dates for Sandy Hook victims. So this seems to me to be pretty good evidence for a created, manufactured hoax. Perhaps, this is even some sort of sick business, where people make serious money selling such photos for a created event.
Washington's blog with Halbig's key pieces of evidence.
Lastly, how ridiculous is this photo supposedly of Baby Adam Lanza with gun and ammo???
The whole thing seems way too obvious now. They are just shoving it in our face.