Why is the Newtown Bee removing article links related to Sandy Hook citizen investigations?
Cinderella noticed several memory holes yesterday in relation to two issues reported on by bloggers:
- The shabby condition of Sandy Hook Elementary, which suggests it was closed as a school long before 12-14-12. The photos of the school remain intact here.
- Garrett L. Denniston’s investment fraud activities committed between 2005-2012. Denniston’s wife served as principal of Reed Intermediate school from 2003-2009. The FBI report on Denniston remains intact here.
“As examples, in 2002, Consulting Engineering Services recommended to the school district that SHES be “worked on in 2010 over a nine-month period” to upgrade and renovate its heating and ventilation system at a cost of $4.5 million.Two years later, in 2004, the Newtown Board of Education was told “there were serious problems with the Sandy Hook elementary school roof.” Four years later, in 2008, there was yet more bad news: SHES was contaminated with asbestos. (Remember that 2008 date.)”
Another disappearance. A link in one of Cinderella’s articles, “Oh, little Starr of Newtown,” has likewise gone missing. It’s the second link in the following paragraph:
“You can find the entire FBI report on Garrett L. Denniston’s financial shenanigans here, which reveals that Denniston ran a fraudulent investment scheme, from 2005-2012. Even the Newtown Bee ran a story on the “Former Newtowner” here, in which his name is linked to Donna Denniston.”
Click on it to witness the 404 Page/Post Not Found message.
Remember “Nineteen-Eighty-Four.” Cinderella recommends George Orwell’s masterpiece to her dear readers. Click here. Last we checked, it’s even available on Amazon, unlike Nobody Died at Sandy Hook. So in case you don’t know what a memory hole is, or have forgotten, you can read the entire novel and find out.
To summarize, a memory hole is a little chute leading to a big incinerator used to censor information by the fictional Ministry of Truth’s hirelings.
You should also check out Memory Hole Blog, an excellent resource for Sandy Hook Researchers, complete with a timeline.