Sandy Hook Truthers: The NRA has actively encouraged the paranoid fears of conspiracy theories after gun massacres.
Americano é muito maluco. Tem gente jurando que o governo armou o massacre de Sandy Hook pra criar clima propício ao controle de armas
Sandy Hook Truthers: The NRA has actively encouraged the paranoid fears of conspiracy theories after gun massacres. - Slate Magazine:
Every post-shooting conspiracy theory follows a script. The viral Sandy Hook video is just an unusually good example. It begins with hasty interviews from the day of the massacre, men-on-the-street spreading rumors that led the news but were debunked and would have been forgotten without the magic of online video. (This happened at Virginia Tech, too—a confused caller told Fox News that more shots were being heard on the campus long after the massacre.) Later, it suggests that Gene Rosen, a senior citizen who comforted kids fleeing the school, is a member of the Screen Actors Guild, faking the whole thing. The evidence? He’s awfully compelling, and someone named “Gene Rosen” is a member of the Screen Actors Guild. Other Sandy Hook truthers have “proved” that Emilie Parker, a 6-year old victim at the school, is still alive. She’s not. It’s her sister who’s been photographed since the massacre.