Memory Hole Blog recently published a thoughtful article by Diane Jakopovic that lays bare more timeline confusion in the Sandy Hook event of 2012.
Jakopovic examines the swiss-cheesy FBI report (1,500 pages in three parts) and sees in it, for the first time, to my knowledge, what had been sitting around on rotund rear-ends all along.
An excerpt from the article (itals are mine):
“Part 1 of the FBI Sandy Hook Report includes photocopies of 27 subpoenas requiring the recipients (redacted) to testify before, or submit documents to, a scheduled Grand Jury (date and time redacted.) Those subpoenas were issued and signed on Dec. 14th, 2012…!!”
Jakopovic explains why this is impossible:
“There is no possible way that evidence could have been gathered, turned over to the prosecutor, and criminal charges evaluated, all on the same day as the shooting when no investigation had even begun.”
More to the point, she asks why a Grand Jury would be convened to consider criminal charges against Adam Lanza, who was a dead man, according to the same FBI report.
She concludes: “The recipients of the subpoenas HAD to already have been identified and the grand jury hearings HAD to have been scheduled prior to the date of the massacre.”
Jakopovic goes on to examine meticulously other dumbfounding discrepancies contained in the Connecticut State Police, ATF and FBI investigations. My favorite is the “FBI USE” inscription on the target Adam supposedly used to perfect his shooting — but read the whole article. The mild headache you’ll sustain from GPS-identity-crises, time-stamp errata, photo-mania, and an investigation that’s more like a third-grade scavenger hunt will be a minor price to pay for Jakopovik’s real and very productive elephant hunt.