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By far the most intelligent and insightful video about what is actually going on with Sandy Hook. The narrator counsels above all that people remain calm and not "take the bait."

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ciamarra's picture
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El Dorado County Sheriff john d'agostini Refusing To Enforce possible Assault Weapons Ban and
admits gun laws are not the issue.
http://news.yahoo.com/video/el-dorado-co...

also a quote from http://news.yahoo.com/wis-sheriff-urges-...
"Milwaukee County Sheriff David Clarke Jr. says personal safety is no longer a spectator sport.
"I need you in the game," he says.
With officers laid off and furloughed, simply calling 911 and waiting is no longer your best option," he adds.
"You can beg for mercy from a violent criminal, hide under the bed, or you can fight back
Consider taking a certified safety course in handling a firearm so you can defend yourself until we get there."

Chicago mayor urges TD Bank to stop funding gunmakers
http://ca.news.yahoo.com/blogs/dailybrew...

http://www.huffingtonpost.com/2013/01/23...
heres a quote from link above
FONTANA, Calif. — The high-powered semiautomatic rifles recently shipped to school police in this Southern California city look like they belong on a battlefield rather than in a high school, but officials here say the weapons could help stop a massacre like the one that claimed the lives of 26 students and educators in Connecticut just weeks ago.

Fontana Unified School District police purchased 14 of the Colt LE6940 rifles last fall, and they were delivered the first week of December – a week before the shooting at Sandy Hook Elementary School. Over the holiday break, the district's 14 school police officers received 40 hours of training on the rifles. Officers check them out for each shift from a fireproof safe in the police force's main office.

Fontana isn't the first district to try this. Other Southern California districts also have rifle programs – some that have been in operation for several years. Fontana school police Chief Billy Green said he used money from fingerprinting fees to purchase the guns for $14,000 after identifying a "critical vulnerability" in his force's ability to protect students. The officers, who already wear sidearms, wouldn't be able to stop a shooter like the one in Connecticut, he said Wednesday.

"They're not walking around telling kids, `Hurry up and get to class' with a gun around their neck," the chief said. "Parents need to know that if there was a shooter on their child's campus that was equipped with body armor or a rifle, we would be limited in our ability to stop that threat to their children."

emlong's picture
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Of course, it looks like there were multiple armored shooters at Sandy Hook, and they were professionals.