In this brief video excerpt from Wolfgang Halbig’s FOI hearing on June 3, 2015 in Danbury, First Selectman Patricia Llodra of Newtown states that the electric sign that reads, “Everyone Must Check In” was erected by the Department of Homeland Security. The sign appeared outside the Fire Station on December 13 and/or 14th, 2012 since the FEMA Manual designated both days for the mass casualty drill.
Halbig’s Attorney Kay Wilson asked: “There’s a flashing sign that says, ‘Everyone must check in,’ but the town didn’t put it there. Who do you think put it there?”
“I think Homeland Security put it there.”
Wolfgang Halbig and attorney Kay Wilson reached a significant breakthrough in the Sandy Hook investigation when Newtown Selectman, E. Patricia Lllodra, testified that the Department of Homeland Security placed the “Check in” signs at the fire house on the morning prior to the alleged shooting.
In this video we watch investigative reporter, Dan Bidondi confront Newtown Police Chief, Michael Kehoe and Sandy Hook Attorney Frank about the conspiracy to coverup events of the dubious school shooting
Bidondi ends the video with an interview of Wolfgang Halbig and his Attorney Kay Wilson.
Published statements attributed to E. Patricia Lllodra.
“One can only imagine the hurt and additional heartache to the families of the victims to have items from the school building appear on eBay or other such sites — the seller seeking notoriety and profit from sales of items from the Sandy Hook School building; items such as the handles to the doors of the classrooms where children and teachers were killed, or bricks from the front entry, or photos of the interior of the rooms where the shootings occurred.
Certainly we know that there is a real market for such “horribilia.” And, I think we can probably agree, that some workers involved in the demolition could be tempted to engage in such commerce. The effort to prevent access to SHS building items, including photographs, is part of an over-arching commitment to shield the victim families as much as possible, including the many surviving siblings, so grievously hurt by the tragedy that took place on Dec. 14, 2012.” (Newstimes) (PDF)
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RELATED: “Newtown officials are discussing the possibility of closing one of the town’s seven schools amid declining enrollment, despite the ongoing construction of a replacement for the Sandy Hook Elementary School. Superintendent Joseph Erardi told parents at a recent forum that only two schools are exempt from being considered for closure — Newtown High School and the new Sandy Hook school.” (Newstimes)
Contact E. Patricia Llodra at Newtown (www.newtown-ct.gov)
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