The only conspiracy or cover-up I can derive out of all this is CT finding a way to get out of being publicly sued by the parents of victims.
I can’t find the sentence now, but the connection of the lottery spokesperson to one of the victims would explain that.
Maybe it’s just me, but as I was reading through the article and the e-mail, I kept wondering when the author of either was going to get to his point. If it was the notion that the children were allowed to be murdered so that people could pick up on lottery winnings, that’s too beyond absurd to contemplate.
I am familiar with Sandy Hook, and Newtown. Sandy Hook is a very small town w/a number of upscale neighborhoods, along with “this” and “that” side of the tracks, so to speak, so it isn’t a huge surprise that many involved would live on the same street; especially since their children attended the same school.
IF the town/state decided to use the lottery as restitution to the victims’ families, that assuredly should be exposed.
As far as my personal opinion of the State Lottery goes, all it does is invite trouble. Fraud, abuse, manipulation of funds…
Happens so often, and has been publicized so often that it makes one wonder why people keep falling for it.