Given that most of them were never "buried" at Newtown (or Connecticut in general), I have to wonder where their "bodies" were "buried."
Can you, or those from your stonewalling cloth, cite the funeral arrangement/wake/burial site for all 20 "dead children?"
I know that four of them were "buried," but what of the other 16?
Given that they all attended the elementary school, it is safe to say "Yes" to this question.
And given the holes in the bodies, I think the quote marks around the word "shot" show a rather serious case of ignorance.
Your ignorance further shows with your idiotic claim that only 4 kids were buried. In fact, you show such a reckless disregard for the truth, that I am quite prepared to use your own epithet against you, the one you falsely and maliciously use to described dead children and their grieving parents.
Can you, or those from your stonewalling cloth, cite the funeral arrangement/wake/burial site for all 20 "dead children?" I know that four of them were "buried," but what of the other 16?
Given that hundreds of people observed the caskets lowered into the ground at various funerals, which were presided over by religious figures, your list of people who you are falsely accusing of lying grows by leaps and bounds.
Here are news citations, easily found, for all 26 of the dead at Sandy Hook Elementary. I indicate the teachers, and the one case where the burial was out of state. The articles will tell you what locality hosted the funeral,not that I think you care about the truth or facts:
In total, nine funerals for slain Sandy Hook children will be held at the church before ChristmasDylan Hockley, Olivia Engel, Madeline Hsu, Grace McDonnell, Mary Sherlach (psychologist), Rachel D'Avino (behavioral therapist)
This community laid to rest on Saturday the last of the children killed in a schoolhouse massacre.
That's 26 funerals -- 20 children, 6 adults. It took me a few minutes, which means that the truth to you was not worth a few minutes of your time. And that is why I find your posts a complete waste of OUR time, and a waste of this site's bandwidth, on this matter.
Here is an article, which Lists most of the Funeral Arrangements: