Documentary on Adam Lanza, Sandy Hook Shooter Features Investigators Harrassed Over Newtown Work
A full length documentary has been released examining the inconsistent events reported about the December 2012 shooting at Sandy Hook Elementary School in Newtown, Connecticut.
The documentary titled “The Life of Adam” is an investigation of the life of reported shooter Adam Lanza who is said to have shot and killed 26 people, including 20 young children.
The film was released Monday on Youtube by a group called Independent Media Solidarity. The group is a loose collection of acquaintances who consider themselves independent journalists, some of whom accept credit in the project under an alias. One notable name the alternative media will recognize is James Tracy, former Florida Atlantic University professor who publicly questioned the official reports on the shooting at his website Memory Hole Blog.
About Media Solidarity
Independent Media Solidarity is a loose knit group of independent journalists that have come together to tackle the issue of Sandy Hook. We are normal people with normal lives, who have families, children, and jobs. Although many of us haven’t physically met each other, we are united. All we seek are answers to the many inconsistencies. But most importantly, we just want the truth made available to all who might seek it.
Whether the group will continue to collaborate in areas unrelated to the Sandy Hook event is unknown at this time.
The video is a clear account of the shootings from the start which exposes conflicting information in official evidence, documents, the final police report, news broadcasts, and other authentic details related to Adam Lanza. The complex issues that have confused many about the shootings are answered in this video.
5 MEDIA MYTHS FROM LIVE NEWS COVERAGE
Shooter was Ryan Lanza (Brother)
Nancy (Mother) was a teacher at Sandy Hook
Adam carrying Ryan’s ID (Brother)
Peter Lanza, Father, was killed in house in New Jersey
Adam Lanza was in an altercation at the school the day before.
The following timeline of the December 14, 2012 mass killing of 20 children and 8 adults in Newtown Connecticut attempts to demonstrate how the event was presented to the public by corporate news media. The chronological assemblage of coverage is not comprehensive of all reports published on the incident but rather seeks to verify how the storyline was to a substantial degree constructed by federal and state law enforcement authorities and major media around the theory that 20-year-old Adam Lanza was the sole agent in the massacre.