by Scott Creighton
According to a CNN timeline of events of the Sandy Hook shooting, it took police 20 minutes to arrive on scene at an elementary school live shooter event.
The other day, Lt. Vance promised to arrest people who were “perpetrating information” or “disinformation” about the case on social media outlets.
“It is important to know that we have discussed with federal authorities that these issues are crimes, they will be investigated state wide and federally and prosecution will take place when people perpetrating this information are identified” NBC video of statement
Well Lt.? What say you now? These clowns are saying your cops took their sweet time responding to a call about shootings at an elementary school and it’s been “liked” on Facebook 300 times and Tweeted 11 times thus far. What do you think about that?
About 9:30 a.m.
At about 9:30 a.m., as announcements were read over the loudspeaker to the students, shots rang out.
Police and other first responders arrived on scene. By this time, police say the gunman was dead, though the exact timing is unclear. from CNN
If you need me to investigate the address of the CNN headquarters, I can do that for you, but my guess is, you guys can figure it out. That is of course unless you wish to revive your statement about when the first call came in and how long it took the local and state police to respond to a massacre at an elementary school.
I will be waiting to read about the pending arrests at CNN.