I’ve been sitting on the following photographs for a little while now. In that time, I’ve gone back and forth on whether or not I should actually post them. While it’s nearly impossible to write about the Sandy Hook shooting without discussing the twenty child victims, I do believe I’ve trodden lightly, doing my best to treat them with the respect and dignity they deserve. Their families have obviously been through a lot, and they continue to go through a lot – more than necessary, unfortunately – as they are forced to deal with bottom-feeding scumbags like James Fetzer, Wolfgang Halbig, Maria Chang, Tony Mead, etc. The very last thing that I want to do is contribute to their pain in any way, and I sincerely hope that I’ve avoided doing so.
However, on the flip side, this material is publicly available. Some of the photos are a bit more difficult to find than others (which is why I suspect I personally haven’t seen them posted elsewhere yet), but they are public. I’m not violating anyone’s trust by posting them here and I certainly didn’t do anything questionable in order to procure them; I just know where and how to look.
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Unlike the intellectually dishonest chickenshits in charge of nearly every denialist echo chamber out there, I have always allowed visitors to post contrarian opinions here in the comments section, just as long as they don’t repeatedly make claims without providing evidence (I can’t do all the work for you lazy idiots) or fail the Shill Challenge (the rules of which are actually quite simple: if you’re going to forego an actual discussion and skip right to accusing me of being a “shill”, prove it and I’ll donate $300 to Wolfgang Halbig’s
retirement legal fund. Fail and your baseless accusations will be deleted, and your IP banned). There are two major benefits to allowing these comments to stay, in my opinion: 1) I get to address a legitimate question or concern from an actual, honest (if not a bit misguided) truth-seeker who may have somehow gotten caught up in the copious amounts of denier garbage currently clogging up the Internet’s tubes, or 2) I get to publicly humiliate another brain-dead assgoblin who mistakenly believes that they’ve found yet another home for their watery bullshit. Our new friend “Shelley” of Monroe, Louisiana falls into the latter camp.
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