Skip to comments.Sandy Hook DA cites 'potential suspects,' fears witness safety
Posted on 02/06/2013 11:30:20 AM PST by ExxonPatrolUs
Connecticut State's Attorney Stephen Sedensky has argued that unsealing warrants in the Sandy Hook case might "seriously jeopardize" the investigation by disclosing information known only to other "potential suspects." Sedensky said that unsealing the warrants would also: ""identify persons cooperating with the investigation, thus possibly jeopardizing their personal safety and well-being." "
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I see what you did there with that alliteration thing.
He was a geek, I’m quite sure he was capable of removing a hard drive. We don’t know the extent of the smashing either.
All I know is that real life takes longer than television.
If he smashed up his computer(s) then he had a reason for it and if the investigators get lucky, they might find out what it was and maybe it might shed some light into his sorry mess of a mind. But it might be completely trivial, petty and inexplicable to the normal instead of a smoking gun.
Just reading these threads, it’s obvious that there are a lot of people on the edge of the crazy cliff and they fixate and obsess on the darnedest things.
Wow. Just wow.
Charles - I find the response the Wild Rose Farm questions reasonable. 3 1/2 acres is small for thoroughbreds - but maybe not for other less active breeds and access to trails would be needed. Ms. Lewis’s book has been out for some time and the the photo from the defunked web page is clear from the same location as referenced in Goggle maps. This may have been an unnecessary tangent of inspection.
So back to the question of Neil Heslin.
Was he a stepfather as Uncle Chip says? Meaning did he married Scarlett Lewis/Burke and then lived as a family and then they later divorced? Absolutely no account uses the term ‘stepfather’. So what drove the response of a ‘stepfather’.
Or was it as you say a ‘hook up’ situation? No marriage, no formal connection? 37 seems be a little old for this admittedly more common situation but its in the realm of possibility. But there is no legal connection then how is that Neil Heslin gets credibility as ‘the father’ with no inspection by the press.
You gentlemen have provided two completely different answer to the simple question - why do father and son have different last names. Both can not be true.
From what is seen it would appear the later matches. Had Neil Heslin been a legal ‘stepfather’ that is likely how he would have been identified as such and not as ‘father’.
What mystery will crop up next???
I'm sorry I forgot my question marks in that response: "???".
It should have been: "Stepfather???"
Is that better.
Oooops -- -- sorry -- forgot them again:
Is that better???
“The whole situation bears looking into.”
Well, good thing you are on the case then. Keep us posted on how the Satanic-gas company-corn maze cabal is maneuvering to destroy us.
Do we have another DA trying to make a name for himself?
Well aren't you lucky. You get to choose which one solves your mystery.
I won't be offended if you choose Charles' solution to your deep dilemma. It's a magnificent one that I hadn't thought of.
So take your pick.
It will just be nice to know that another Sandy Hook mystery has been solved and we can all rest from our suspicions -- for an hour or two.
Charlie, that is possibly the most eleborate putdown I’ve ever witnessed at FR! Congrats ... the mind remains sharp I see.
“The order didnt just come from one person. The EMS captain didnt make that decision on his own.”
And you know that how exactly?
“WTC steel instantly shipped to China...”
So, you think 9/11 was an “inside job” too, eh?
They may not have known the owner of the car (Lanza’s mother) was dead when they got the warrants. After all, one warrant was for the house, which is where they found her, so it stands to reason that they probably got the warrant before they knew she was dead.
I'm talking about a deep systemic failure:
The steel could have proved that the sprinklers were sabotaged.
The pass gave him access to the buildings' sprinkler systems.
I bet he "fixed" them real good...
The phrases “did not act alone” and “may have not acted alone” are not equivalent.
I think you’re still missing the point. There are not only 2 propositions here. It’s not a matter of if he acted alone, or if he didn’t act alone. You’re not accounting for what is the most likely actual situation, which is that the police are required to investigate whether he acted alone or not, even if they have no evidence of other conspirators.
They must investigate it, even if simply to rule it out, and until they do that investigation and rule it out, they can’t just assume there are no other potential suspects out there. If they did make that assumption, and reveal a bunch of evidence mid-investigation, but then found out there were accomplices later on, they could blow their chances of prosecuting them.
Sprinklers sabotaged? I don’t see why they would bother, since water can’t extinguish jet fuel. The sprinklers probably would have just made it worse. Don’t want to get too far off topic though, just was curious about that.
I especially liked how the wildrosefarm website had a picture which shows the actual farm, which you can verify by looking at the google maps image, which shows you the buildings and the fence.
Actually, google maps and google street view are both the coolest thing around, and the scariest to me. That much knowledge at your fingertips....
I doubt he is a stepfather. That would imply that their was some other father, and that Heslin adopted the child (although sometimes people use the term “stepfather” more colloquially, if the guy moves in with the mother, even if they don’t marry and he doesn’t adopt). And since the public record seems to show she hasn’t been married in the past decade, if Heslin wasn’t the father, then there is some OTHER guy she wasn’t married to who IS the father, but who isn’t involved — and it would be weird that the biological father wasn’t involved, but some unrelated man called himself the “father”.
We can be pretty sure Burke wasn’t the father, since that divorce is way longer ago than the conception of Jesse.
I think it much more likely that he is the biological father. I don’t see why this is considered odd. Guys, even 37-year-old guys, like sex. He only had to have unprotected sex once with her. So it is quite likely she is the biological mother, he is the biological father, they never got married, maybe never even formally lived together, and are not now actively seeing each other.
It does seem clear that he was involved in the child’s life. I don’t know if the records that would indicate child support are public, so I don’t know if he was or was not paying child support. I’m not sure I WANT it to be easy for random people like us to get on the internet and learn the details of legal arrangements between a mother, a father, and a child.
I don’t know about Uncle Chip, but I am mostly speculating on these threads. I mean, I find actual links to things, but I don’t know these people, and I don’t have access to private records, so I’m not giving you facts, I’m telling you the WAYS in which what we observe could be true and make sense.
So I don’t know the relationship. But I see nothing in the public record that is contradictory, or strange, about this particular group of 3 people, or their lives on a farm with horses.
I know people are mad at Mr. Heslin for being against the 2nd amendment, but I think one can be a real father and still be stupid about the 2nd amendment.
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