Two professors at mainstream, respected state universities are advocating conspiracy theories concerning the Dec. 14 massacre at Sandy Hook Elementary School.
James Tracy, a tenured associate professor of media history Florida Atlantic University and a one-time union leader, has claimed that the college shooting didn’t happen because it was widely reported and maybe didn’t happen in any respect, the South Florida Sun Sentinel reports .
“As documents regarding the Sandy Hook shooting stay...Read Full Story
Terrorism, whether domestic or foreign, has immediate and long-lasting psychological effects for those present at the event as well as those who learn of the event through media accounts. Officials in Newtown, Conn., announced they will be demolishing the Sandy Hook School where the massacre of 20 children and six others took place in December. They have decided to follow the Amish response to a gunman's attack in 2006 that resulted in the shooting of 10 girls between the ages of 6 and 13...Read Full Story
A panel of elected authorities in Newtown, Conn., has unanimously agreed on a proposal to demolish the Sandy Hook Elementary School and reconstruct a new school on the same site where 26 people, including 20 first-graders, were killed by a gunman in December last year. Reports say the task force made the recommendation to wipe away some of the emotionally and psychologically disturbing scars left behind from the massacre at the school. The proposal is now set to go to the local school board...Read Full Story
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A school bus takes Sandy Hook Elementary School pupils home from a temporary school Thursday, Jan. 3, the day they returned to classes after the killings of 20 classmates in December.
By M. Alex Johnson, staff writer, NBC News
A task force charged with figuring out what to do with Sandy Hook Elementary School in Newtown, Conn., where a gunman killed 20 children and six adults in December, on Friday night ruled out renovating...Read Full Story
Sandy Hook Elementary which was site for the massacre of young students and faculty back in December in Newton, Conneticut is being torn down according to CNN. The Sandy Hook Task force voted unanimously to recommend to the Newtown, Conneticut school board to bring down Sandy Hook Elementary and rebuild a new school hoping that this will be a fresh start for the school.
To erase some of the emotional scars left behind from the December shooting massacre at the Sandy Hook Elementary...Read Full Story
On December 14, 2012, 26 people, including 20 children and six adult staff members, were fatally shot at Sandy Hook Elementary School in the Sandy Hook village of Newtown, Connecticut. It was the second-deadliest school or university shooting in U.S. history, after the 2007 Virginia Tech massacre.