How the Sandy Hook massacre went down

How the Sandy Hook massacre went down

By Andrew McGregor (with Jim Fetzer) When asked whether he believed in conspiracy theories, filmmaker Michael Moore replied, “Only those that are true.” The problem is telling the difference.

The two major difficulties we confront with Sandy Hook is figuring out exactly what went down and then making what we have found accessible to the public.  Because I am retired from the University of Minnesota Duluth and James Tracy holds an appointment at Florida Atlantic–and we have both spoken out about Sandy Hook–he and I have become the targets of considerable attention. Perhaps the worst of the lot has been an attack on James Tracy by Anderson Cooper on CNN.

This was very odd, since Tracy’s article about Sandy Hook has to be among the most responsible in print.  While none of us has a serious doubt that the Sandy Hook hoax was contrived to induce hysteria in the public and promote an anti-gun agenda, there are indications that those efforts are falling flat, as multiple sources are reporting in  “Gun groups predict assault weapons ban will fail in Congress” and “Gun lobby: Congress doesn’t have the muscle to pass gun control”

James Tracy has also published a Sandy Hook “time line”, which makes additional important contributions to understanding what happened there.  But the public is being severely abused by those who are attacking the search for truth about Sandy Hook.  When I was criticized by The Duluth News-Tribune, a friend contacted them and suggested that a response from me might be appropriate.  It was therefore gratifying when the paper published this piece in its Sunday edition (13 January 2013):

Local view: Why the Sandy Hook shootings matter

By: Jim Fetzer, Duluth News Tribune

When asked whether he believed in conspiracy theories, filmmaker Michael Moore replied, “Only those that are true.” The problem is telling the difference.

Having spent much of the past 20 years in collaborative research on dark events (the JFK assassination, 9/11, Sen. Paul Wellstone’s death), Sandy Hook looks to me like part of an escalating series of covert operations designed to promote public hysteria to incite gun control and subvert the 2nd amendment. Here are some reasons why.

A theory is simply an interpretation of facts in a given case. When the police investigate a crime, they form a theory of the case. In courts of law, prosecutors and defense attorneys usually offer alternative interpretations. With Sandy Hook, figuring out what happened poses special challenges.

The facts are not obvious. There were inconsistencies from scratch. The suspect, Adam Lanza, was a student there; then he was not. His mother was a teacher there; then she was not. The principal called the local paper to report the shooting; then she was among the first to die.

The coroner reported all the dead were shot with a Bushmaster; then NBC News reported that four handguns had been found with the body and that the AR-15 had been left in the car. (Check out YouTube, “Sandy Hook shooting — AR-15 rifle was left in the car!”)

Even if Lanza, 20, had done some shooting, the ratio of kills to targets was remarkable. As a Marine Corps officer, I qualified with a .45 four years in a row and also supervised recruits of his age in their marksmanship training. I don’t see how he could have done it.

Police radio in real-time reported two suspects headed toward the officer calling in, one of whom was apprehended. The other was tracked into the woods, as police helicopter footage shows. We have no idea what became of these suspects. So what happened?

Most likely, Adam Lanza and his mother were killed the day before with Adam Lanza’s body picked up by police. He was attired in a SWAT outfit, including body armor, and stored in the school.

I argue a three-man team entered the school. One was arrested in the school, cuffed and put on the lawn. Two went out a back door; one of them was arrested and the other apparently escaped.

Those arrested currently are not in police custody; their names were never released. That is a telling sign that we are being sold a story based on fiction rather than on fact.

Does anything else matter? Most Americans are unaware the Department of Homeland Security has acquired 1.5 billion rounds of .40 caliber, hollow-point ammunition, which is not even permissible during combat under the Geneva Conventions.

A subcommittee of the Senate Committee on Homeland Security has issued a study of 680 reports from “fusion centers” that integrate federal, state and local anti-terrorism efforts. It found no evidence of any domestic terrorist activity.

The absence of any terrorist threat and the existence of more than 300 FEMA camps and special boxcars to carry dissidents to them have been deliberately withheld from the public.

Since Homeland Security has no foreign commitments, those camps and ammunition have to be for domestic consumption. Homeland Security appears to be gearing up to conduct a civil war with the American people — but 80 million armed families stand in its way.

What better excuse could there be for banning assault weapons than the slaughter of 20 innocent children? Sen. Diane Feinstein, D-Calif., has a gun control proposal that would lead to the confiscation of virtually every semi-automatic weapon in the nation.

That’s my interpretation of Sandy Hook.

Jim Fetzer reports for Veterans Today and is a McKnight Professor Emeritus at the University of Minnesota Duluth.

I offer this as an illustration of the extent to which key points need to be spelled out to make the public aware of the crucial background within which the Sandy Hook slaughter must be understood.  In my view, some of the best work on Sandy Hook is coming from the UK, including Nicholas Kollerstrom’s “Sandy Hook:  Analogies with the London 7/7 Bombings”, and “Sandy Hook: US State-Fabricated Terror”.  Among his other astute observations, Nick has noticed the use of actors at Sandy Hook:

An interview with Nick Kollerstrom and Clare Kuehn on “The Real Deal” has been archived and can be accessed here:

Nick interview Nick has just published a new study by Andrew McGregor, a constable with extensive experience Down Under, entitled, “How the Sand Hood Massacre went down”, which offers his–exceptionally clear and most intriguing–interpretation of what happened at Sandy Hook, which I am republishing here for readers of Veterans Today.

How the Sandy Hook Massacre went down

By Andrew McGregor

(January 13, 2013) The notorious car photographed leaving the scene of the Sandy Hook school shooting does NOT belong to Adam Lanza or his mother. The audio from the police radio contains the vehicle registration request and reply. The car is registered to Christopher A. Rodia, on charge for larceny and narcotics. Christopher A. Rodia: Rodia, 42, is from Norwalk CT. He has quite a list of previous drug and burglary charges, seems to be big on stealing leaf blowers and is currently awaiting trial for at least his 5th count of stealing a leaf blower. He had an active arrest warrant on October 8th. One of the more recent times he has been in the news was for stealing copper wire from a construction site with his 19-year-old niece, Cassandra Scire, 19. His court hearing was 21 December 2012 for Larceny, Forgery and Narc possession. Rodia and Scire live in the same home at 19 Vollmer Ave., Norwalk, CT. Cassandra is affiliated with one George Uzar arrested with an arsenal of weapons.

This little article tells us quite a lot if this article is correct.  The trouble is, the information is not factual.  The initial report would be factual, but the information would lead to dead ends. This vehicle would be an FBI ‘Operational vehicle’ and thus have fictitious registration details.

What we have at the beginning of the massacre are two vehicles arriving at the Elementary School, one belonging to Nancy Lanza, and the second vehicle supposedly registered to Christopher Rodia, a non-existent person.

Now I doubt if Adam Lanza was in a condition to actually drive to his own murder.  I would suggest that somebody else drove his car to Sandy Hook. I would also suggest that this person was FBI and from the ‘Counter-Terrorist section.  I would suggest that there were also other FBI agents travelling in “Rodia’s” vehicle.

Rodia’s vehicle would contain a driver, the two unnamed men arrested at the Sandy Hook Elementary school and one other person.

What must also be made quite clear is that the Massacre at Sandy Hook follows the same modus operandi as the Dunblane Massacre in Scotland in March 1996.

Now this is important in the plan of things.  I believe that the Sandy Hook Elementary School had a CCTV security system.  It would have been located in the Administration Office of the School.  For the massacre to have gone down as required, this CCTV system had to first be destroyed, much the same as the turning off the CCTV camera in the tunnel where Princess Diana was murdered, and in the London subway and bus, for the 7/7 ‘terrorist event’, and again of course for the assassination of Jean Charles de Menezes.

This is why the ‘gunman’ went first to the Administration room and had the ‘argument with staff’, and caused one brave person to switch on the loudspeaker system alerting the rest of the staff.  The shooting in the administration block was the start of the massacre, and besides the staff therein, the CCTV system would have also been shot up making it incapable of recording all further actions within the massacre.

Now it was possible for the rest of the massacre to unfold.  The second FBI agent gets out of Lanza’s car and hands Lanza over to the two apprehended FBI gunmen.  These two men also pick up a large quantity of required firearms from the vehicle that were discovered by police later on.  The second FBI agent then moves to cover his ‘partner’.

So, did these firearms selected to be left at the scene of the massacre actually belong to the victim, Nancy Lanza?  It would have been extremely unlikely, but what would be more likely would be thatthese firearms would have been placed on Connecticut’s firearm registry in Nancy Lanza’s name by someone from the FBI Counter-Terrorist section.   

Although it is not part of McGregor’s study, the discovery of United Way “condolence fund-raising appeal–dated four days before the massacre’s occurrence–lends further support to the evidence that Sandy Hook was a fabricated event intended as an anti-gun control “psy op“:

Now the FBI agent ‘covering’ his partner would have had a scanning device to pick-up the local police radio calls.  After shooting up the classroom these FBI agents would have been warned of the first approaching police vehicles.

They immediately return to the Rodia vehicle and the FBI gunman, not wishing to have the ‘Bushmaster’ .223 rifle in his possession in case of capture and arrest by the police, returns it to the trunk of Nancy Lanza’s Honda.  The driver then drives off as the first police units arrive.

Police again using normal video equipment (something we didn’t have in my day) arrived in time to see this vehicle leaving the scene and request registration information.

Again, the first police to arrive at the Sandy Hook Elementary hear ‘shots fired’ and report as such.  This would make the matter urgent and ‘lights and sirens’ may have been activated.

But back to the two FBI gunmen with Adam Lanza.  They are not in a position to be aware of what is happening around them.

They ‘execute’ Adam Lanza as required, and they may have discharged other shots from other weapons, I cannot tell from the information at hand, but again they have not been alerted of the approaching local police until it is far too late.

They attempt to flee, but a teacher informs police of ‘two shadows’ moving past the gym, and the first is apprehended.  After a foot chase into the local woods the second is apprehended.

Now why did one of the arrested offenders yell at parents that they hadn’t murdered the children?  Simply because the truth of the matter is that they didn’t, and the proof of that is that the ‘local’ police found the actual murder weapon in the trunk of Nancy Lanza’s Honda sedan.  This simply proves that there was another team that shot the schoolchildren and their teachers.

How do we know that the FBI agents were in Rodia’s vehicle?  That is easy to answer.  Neither of the two men arrested by police at the Sandy Hook Elementary School were carrying identification.  Nobody knows who they were, and once returned to the local police station, the FBI would have turned up and required these men to be handed over to them.

How do we know that the Sandy Hook Massacre was an FBI operation?  There is a choice of two possibilities.  Either Sandy Hook was another ‘Lone-nut’ gun massacre committed by Adam Lanza or it was an FBI operation.

Once you comprehend that Adam Lanza was shot after police arrived at the Sandy Hook Elementary school, and yet the main murder weapon, the ‘.223 Bushmaster’, the No. 6 on the gun ban list, was initially found in the trunk of Nancy Lanza’s Honda sedan, then it is impossible for Adam Lanza to have been the gunman.

All leads to the identity of these two FBI agents would vanish, and in time people would be conditioned to simply remember the ‘Lone-nut’ gunman who was ‘suicided’ at the scene of the Sandy Hook Massacre.


Andrew S. MacGregor was Senior Constable 15891 (retired) with the Victoria Police Force, Australia, from 1968-85.

Nicholas Kollerstrom is an historian of science and the author of Terror on the Tube (3rd edition, 2011).

Related articles:

Sandy Hook: Huge Hoax and Anti-Gun “Psy Op”

Sandy Hook: Analogies with the London 7/7 Bombings

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