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Published on January 22nd, 2013 | by -swansong-7
Sandy Hook Conspiracy: CT State Police Identify Weapons In Sandy Hook Investigation
Last Friday, the Connecticut State Police posted an update regarding the weapons that were seized from the crime scene of the Sandy Hook Elementary School shooting. In Sandy Hook Conspiracy: CT State Police Identify Weapons In Sandy Hook Investigation we will go over this official statement that was released to the public, the story still doesn’t add up.
CT State Police Identify Weapons In Sandy Hook Investigation
Link to official release
In previous press conferences, the Connecticut State Police clearly identified all of the weapons seized from the crime scene at Sandy Hook Elementary School. To eliminate any confusion or misinformation, we will again describe and identify the weapons seized at the school crime scene.
Seized inside the school:
1. Bushmaster .223 caliber– model XM15-E2S rifle with high capacity 30 round clips
2. Glock 10 mm handgun
3. Sig-Sauer P226 9mm handgun
Seized from suspect’s car in parking lot:
4. Izhmash Canta-12 12 gauge Shotgun (seized from car in parking lot)
This case remains under investigation.
Lt. J. Paul Vance
First of all, as stated in our previous article, you can see in the below video at 2:20, how 2 long guns are being removed from the suspects car. Official reports have yet to confirm this. You clearly see 2 weapons being removed by separate persons, one gun in the left hand of one individual and the 2nd in the right hand of the other individual.
“To eliminate any confusion or misinformation, we will again describe and identify the weapons seized at the school crime scene.”
Well quite frankly, I’m definitely confused and misinformation seems to be coming directly from the State CT Police department. I would like to see an official statement regarding the additional weapon that has been removed from the suspects car. Why don’t we have an official statement regarding this? It can be clearly seen in the video footage.
As stated very clearly in the above official statement, the State Police of Connecticut only lists one shotgun as evidence from the suspects car. The video footage above shows 2 weapons/shotguns. Another oddity, that was also discussed in the Mike Powers Interview, see our transcript here, are the 4 individuals in CHEM gear.
“In that particular situation, going back to that video reference really fast, you see a guy pulling out what amounts to be a Saiga shotgun and an ATI (can’t understand), out of the back of this vehicle, he pulls the charging handle and you can see a shotgun shell fall out of it. A couple days later, as the RAW helicopter footage came out, and what the main stream media had done, they zoomed in very very tightly on that one individual that was pulling the rifle out of the trunk.”
“When you see the RAW helicopter footage, there are 4 other identities, whatever agency they were with at this point. Unidentified people standing right next to him that were wearing full chemical gear. The whole monkey suits, revel boots, the whole nine yards. Chemical protective equipment. MOP (?) Guys, from head to toe.”
Saiga 12G Shotgun – Canta
As Mike Powers and many truthers who are experienced with weapons confirmed, the weapon one investigator discharges when it was removed from the trunk, was a Saiga 12 gauge Shotgun. There is something odd about the official statement, pointed out by a member from ATS:
The Connecticut State Police list:
#4. Izhmash Canta-12 12 gauge Shotgun (seized from car in parking lot)
When one searches “Izhmash Canta” the results are countless pages of articles, discussion board posts and blog reports referencing the CT State Police press release I’ve cited above; however if you are looking for information about or even a gun store selling a firearm called “Izhmash Canta” only a handful exist.
In my search I found a Saiga-12 message forum and a thread from January 2009 asking “what is a Canta 12?”
The answer: “Canta” is the Russian spelling of Saiga.
The Saiga 12 is classified in many articles as a “semi-automatic smooth bore shotgun”. It was VERY weird when I searched the Izhmash company itself I discovered the company DOES NOT and has not previously manufactured a firearm model called the Canta.
Why would the CT State Police go out of there way to mislead the public by calling a Saiga-12 a Canta-12???
Oh yeah, one last thing about the Saiga 12 and why it might have been identified as a Canta in the CT Police press release, I think that this might interest many folks:
From January 31, 2012:
U.S. Police to Buy Izhmash Shotguns
Izhmash, the manufacturer of the legendary Kalashnikov AK-47, will supply Saiga-12 semi-automatic smooth bore shotguns to a number of police forces in the U.S., Izhmash reported on its web site on Tuesday.
From the article:
At the exhibition, Izhmash also signed an agreement on exclusive imports to the U.S. market with Russian Weapon Company and an agreement with Fime Group as Izhmash’s partner for manufacturing classic firearm models. Shot Show also provided an opportunity for buyers from Central American countries to sign contracts on direct delivery of Izhmash sporting and hunting weapons for the first time. Previously they had only been able to buy Izhmash products via intermediaries in the U.S.
“The results of the exhibition are inspiring. The American market in non-military weapons is booming. We project a 20 percent increase in deliveries this year,” Kuzyuk said.
Saiga 12 Gauge Slide Fire Shooting
Why didn’t the State Police of Connecticut mention the other weapon that was removed from the suspects car?
Why didn’t the Connecticut Police refer to it as a Saiga shotgun?
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