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I am an independent journalist who has been researching the alleged school shooting in Sandy Hook, CT, for several years.
Between March and October 2013, I made several trips to the town and obtained video of inside and outside of the school, exposing the asbestos problem there.
I also interviewed a resident who said the FBI is intimidating townspeople into silence, and I discovered more evidence that alleged witness Gene Rosen is not telling the truth about what happened. I have tried to be very responsible in my coverage of this topic.
I was recently given a link to some video footage of an anonymous person who apparently has the mail of Nancy Lanza (the mother of the suspected shooter). I took no part in acquiring it. I am not, nor have I ever been, in possession of this mail, and I do not know who gave me the video link. I am simply reporting this, because the contents open up whole new lines of inquiry. One piece of mail in particular references a risk management company operated by former FBI agents. I encourage you all to follow up on this information. So, without further ado, let’s read Nancy Lanza’s mail!
The pad of graph paper seems to be blank. Here are some close-ups of the mail. You can see Nancy Lanza’s address on the envelopes. We’ll start reading the mail in just a moment.
This first one is a letter from Covenant House, a very large privately funded charity providing care to homeless, abandoned, abused, trafficked, and exploited youth. You’ll notice the bible quote on the inside and the letter itself reads: “Dear Nancy, the most meaningful Christmas gift this year is a donation that literally rescues a homeless child. Thank you for all that you do. Kevin Ryan, Covenant House.” I’m guessing that Nancy had donated to them before.
Next we have a letter from some kind of processing office. I’m not sure if this could be considered junk mail or not. The letter says they’ve been trying to reach Nancy for a bit, and it seems to be offering a refinance of her mortgage. It says “Mortgage Reduction Notification” at the top, but it is unclear to me whether this was part of some deal Nancy was trying to work out or not. You can pause this video and read the note for yourself if you want.
Here is another letter from a Christian organization asking for donations. This one is from Catholic Relief Services. I would assume that these requests are being made because Nancy Lanza gave money to them before. If you’ll remember, this was a very affluent family. This mail would also seem to confirm that Nancy had a real-world identity and a past history of some kind. Nothing else to see there it seems.
This one is another letter asking for donations; this time, from The Metropolitan Opera House. We could guess that Nancy Lanza frequented the place and had an interest in classical theater and music. She also evidently had a lot of disposable income. Perhaps people who work at these organizations knew Nancy or her family. Kevin Ryan, from Covenant House, wrote her a personalized letter, so that could be an avenue for further investigation. I don’t think there’s much else we can glean from this letter, but stick around folks, the best stuff is towards the bottom of the pile.
Here’s some junk mail from Bed, Bath & Beyond. 20% off. Nothing of interest on that one.
This was pretty interesting. It’s a Christmas/New Year’s flyer from the neighborhood recycling man, Nataneal Noronha. I believe the address says 111 Main St. #302. I tried looking that up on Google Street View but it was just a plain building with a shop attached to it. I’m not sure if it is Nataneal’s address, but this man may know Nancy Lanza personally and it could be interesting to get in contact with him. I’m not sure why the flyer is in a plastic bag.
The next letter is from the Wounded Warrior Project, a veteran’s service organization. It’s another one asking for money from Nancy. The wounded warrior project has come under fire from gun-rights activists before, although I couldn’t find much information as to the reason why. There doesn’t seem to be anything suspicious about this piece of mail, though. I’m assuming that whoever made this video looked through this stuff before and is pointing out things that need to be seen. Who knows if there is more information that this person has, but if I receive anything I will post it online as soon as possible. Here’s a look at the letter itself, which is quite lengthy. Some stamps are paper-clipped to the page.
Next is a magazine from the John F. Kennedy Center for performing arts in Washington, DC. Perhaps Nancy went or donated there in the past. This is another piece of mail which shows her interest in the fine arts. Not exactly the markings of your stereo-typical “gun nut” as she’s been portrayed in the media.
We got a flyer from Verizon and a bunch of other junk mail here, with no obvious markings on it. So while we’re looking at this, I’d just like to say a few things. To any naysayers out there, who believe the official story, please, ask yourself how Adam Lanza, a kid diagnosed with “profound autism” by a Yale doctor, could possibly have carried out the acts he is accused of. Ask yourself why Gene Rosen’s ever-changing account of what happened that day contradicts the testimony of other “witnesses.” Ask yourself why an off-duty armed SWAT officer from another town was spotted in the woods by local police, and then subsequently detained. Why was a maroon van fleeing from the scene of the crime with passengers dressed in nun outfits and ski masks? Why have we never heard anything about that ever again? There is a plethora of evidence indicating the authorities are covering-up what really happened at the school that day. I only hope that the attention this video receives compels more and more people to do some digging of their own. Just be careful, because there are a lot of scammers out there posing as “truthers” who are trying to deliberately mislead people with false information. Some of them have lots and lots of mindless followers, but my advice is: don’t believe anyone until you’ve triple-checked their claims for yourself.
Ok, so back to our analysis of the mail. This newspaper has some handwriting on it, but it could have been written by anyone. One word appears to spell the word “rich.” The other letters are all crossed out and don’t seem to be spelling anything. Here’s a close up, maybe you can decipher it. I have no idea what that’s all about.
This looks like some more junk mail, but I couldn’t catch exactly what that was. Here are some flyers from the New York Daily News. More junk mail with some goofy guy on the cover. Win your financial freedom. Another newspaper. Now this next piece is probably the most interesting thing of all.
On the side of this newspaper, a phone number is written, and above it says “Risk Control Strategies.” This was after the Sandy Hook event, but I have no idea who actually wrote that. We’ll speak more about “Risk Control Strategies” in a few minutes, after we finish with the mail. They are crisis management company absolutely infested with ex-FBI agents, with ties to almost every suspected “false flag” in the United States since the Sandy Hook event.
The rest of these newspapers don’t seem to have anything written on them. The hand in the video goes through them fairly quickly. These were being delivered to the house for several weeks after the event, it seems. You’ll see the hand point out the date on one of them, which is about a month after the alleged shooting. That about does it. There’s one more interesting piece of mail though.
This is an invoice from Holmes Fine Gardens, post-marked just a few days before the event. You can see it says December 11, 2012 on there. When we open it up, we see a date of December 9, and it appears Nancy was being billed for over $200 of garden work. You can see that someone was apparently at the house on December 7 doing maintenance like Christmas decorations, bed service, and more. I can’t tell who wrote “Thank you” on it, but there’s a website for the company and an email for someone named Dan. Perhaps they knew Nancy Lanza personally. So, that wraps up our examination of the mail. Now, let’s talk more about “Risk Control Strategies.”
Here is their website, with mottos like “crisis crystallizes character” and “preparedness prevents paranoia.” According to their brochure, RCS is a crisis management firm for the affluent community. They have several blog posts on their site. One, titled “Protecting the 1 Percent,” is all about how the company experienced a growth spurt after the 2008 financial collapse. It explains how protest movements actually benefit RCS financially, and it also discusses the “growing culture of fear” amongst its clients.
This seems to be their most recent blog, from a few months before the Sandy Hook event. It presents itself as being concerned about the decline of American values. Interestingly, it references school shootings. It says we went from a country “being in awe of teachers to cursing, yelling, and even shooting them.”
Here you can see all the times RCS has been mentioned in the news. This is like a laundry list of every suspected “false flag” attack in the United States. It’s almost like they’re doing damage control, reinforcing the official narratives in the media.
Here’s where we get to naming names. The CEO of “Risk Control Strategies” is a guy named Paul Michael Vollis. His resume says that he is the Vice President at Kroll Associates. For those who don’t know, Kroll was one of the companies in charge of security at the World Trade Center on 9/11. If you’ll remember, an FBI agent named John O’Neill who specialized in anti-terrorism was appointed by Kroll to run the World Trade Center’s security. He was killed the first day on the job, September 11, 2001.
The president of RCS is Douglas Kane, a 27-year veteran of the FBI. The Senior Vice President is Donald Ackerman, who had a 32-year career with the FBI. The Executive Vice President of RCS is Anna Winningham, a Special Agent in the FBI for 13 years. The Senior Managing Director is Clyde Widrig, an ex-LAPD officer who was later recruited by the FBI. The Managing Director is William Jonkey, who served as a Special Agent in the FBI for 30 years. Dennis Franks, another managing director, is a 22-year veteran of the FBI. Gregory Sexton, a consultant with the firm, had a 28-year career with the FBI. And Michael Harkins, another Managing Director, had a 22-year career with the FBI.
As you can see, this company is crawling with federal agents. I don’t know why their phone number was written on the newspaper, but I think it highly suspicious given their prior history with 9/11, and their continued involvement in suspicious or “false flag” events in the United States. I suppose someone must have considered using their services after the Sandy Hook event took place. That’s about all the information I have at this time. If I hear anything else, you’ll be the first to know.