An honest assessment of the debunking going on here:
If I can come up with a story, no matter its likelihood to be true, I have debunked the material.
Guys, from the dozens of crime scene photos available there is a fact that can be established:
In every photograph, the area pictured is one or more of the following: dirty, disheveled, in a state of disrepair, neglected, in violation of Connecticut public school code.
Finding these things in a few photographs is to be somewhat expected - no school is perfect. Finding them in every photograph, inside and outside the school, proves Sandy Hook Elementary was not the attractive school that the parents made it out to be in the many interviews they conducted after the incident. This, in turn, suggests a conspiracy by the parents to make the school sound much nicer than it was. The only alternative is that they all decided to lie about the school on their own. This is highly unlikely, and cannot be assumed.
Going with the most likely conclusion based on the evidence, why is formulating a story about a very dirty school being attractive and wonderful an important thing for them all to agree upon seeing as they just lost their children? This question suggests more than meets the eye is at hand here.
Your "evidence" is anything but. Personal incredulity and opinion IS NOT evidence.
"In every photograph, the area pictured is one or more of the following: dirty, disheveled, in a state of disrepair, neglected, in violation of Connecticut public school code."
Name just ONE code violated. Please produce the inspection reports that outline the code violations.
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