Deceased In The First 3 Classrooms
As if there wasn’t enough discrepancies in this case, here’s another one. The official story states that deceased were found in room 10 and 8 which would be the second and third classrooms on the left of the northeast hallway if coming from the main office. But if this narrative was the one and only truth, then why the hell is it stated on several warrants that the deceased were found in the first 3 classrooms?
“numerous school children and school personnel were located deceased from apparent gunshot wounds in the first three classrooms located off the main hallway, adjacent to the school’s front entrance.” “……. “Investigators also located a teenaged white male dressed in military style clothing, wearing a bullet proof vest lying deceased on the floor in the middle classroom”
Ignoring the fact that it states that Adam was a teenager when he was really 20.. It’s obvious that they are stating that deceased were found in room 12, 10 and 8. Here is a list of the warrants you can find this narrative in.
CFS 1200705354 Sec. 2 pg. 4,16, 27
CFS 1200704597 00063167 p.
CFS 1200704559 Book 1 00263454 p. 54
CFS 1200704559 Book 4 00194593 p.5
CFS 1200704559 Book 4 00194599 p.5
CFS 1200704559 Book 4 00194603 p.5
CFS 1200704559 Book 6 00259526 p.3
CFS 1200704559 Book 8 00259526 p.3
The next report doesn’t imply that there were 3 rooms involved, only 2. However he does state the first 2 rooms which would be 12 and 10.
CFS 1200704559 Book 6 00029085 p. 5-6 “I then entered the two classrooms that were closest to the front door of the school. Sgt. Kullgren, CSP Sgt. O’Donnell (not sure about the name) and other state troopers were in these classrooms. In these classrooms, there were approximately 20 dead 6 or 7 year old children and adults. [redacted]. There was also a lot of blood everywhere.”
If you continue reading his report he goes on to describe the scenes we know to have been in room 10 and 8. But he’s very clear that it was the first 2 classrooms closest to the front door.
The first classroom (room 12) belonged to Mrs. Kaitlin Roig-Debellis (Ms. Roig at the time of this event). Yeah, you know the one.. the woman that found the bathroom to Narnia! Yeah, her. The claim that her classroom contained anyone deceased is ludicrous! Of all the staff members that day, she was the most noticed. Remember the nationwide manhunt for her magically disappearing phone (and the only time that day law enforcement looked like they actually had something to do)?
But of course they were worried that there was a second shooter on the loose and that he/she could have stolen her phone thus creating such an urgency… right?
CFS 1200704559 Book 6 00251204 p.2 “Master Sergeant Mark Gevin was looking for assistance in clearing a nearby building (I believe it was Apex Glass). He stated a teacher’s cell phone was taken by a shooter and it was being pinged in the building.”
CFS 1200704559 Book 6 00003342 p.1 “my arm was grabbed by Kaitlin Roig, a first grade teacher at the school. She was upset and stated that her classroom was the first class in the hall, that she feared her cell phone had been taken by the gunman.”
Anyways, it’s the timeline that’s important at the moment. The search began at least around 11:55 am.
CFS 1200704559 Book 2 00257980 “at approximately 1155 hours Sprint stated the cell phone was in the area of 41.42093 Latitude and -73.27853 Longitude. According to Sprint the accuracy of the ping was within 121 meters from the Latitude and Longitude provided. On 12/14/12 at approximately 1320 hours a second location was provided by sprint for the cell phone 571-434-5400. 41.42047 Latitude and -73.27797 Longitude and the accuracy of the ping was within 64 meters from the Latitude and Longitude provided. On 12/14/12 at approximately 1414 hours a third ping was attempted by Sprint but the ping failed. The cell phone ping information was provided to Western District Major Crimes Sergeant Davison #204.”
If they were already on the phone with Sprint at 11:55 this would imply that she made the complaint before 11:55.
At 12:30 pm, law enforcement was tasked with retrieving a directory/list of students and faculty assigned to the school in order to determine who was accounted for and who wasn’t.
CFS 1200704559 Book 6 00019772 p. 3 “at approximately 1230 hours, Major Hyatt directed me to work with [redacted] (dob[redacted]) to assist with obtaining school directories/list of staff and students assigned to the school. [redacted] at the school and deemed the main point of contact for the school in the absence of the victimized school administrators. I met with [redacted] and escorted her to the scene in order to retrieve the aforementioned lists then escorted her back to the command Post. Upon return to the command post, [redacted] immediately met with the school staff and utilized the lists to determine the accountability of staff and students. This action assisted in determining the identity of the lost/deceased victims. A copy of these lists were provided to Sergeant Davison.”
This is corroborated by TFC Murdy.
CFS 1200704559 Book 6 00006246 p. 1 “I was assigned by Sgt. Davison to identify all staff members who were present during the Sandy Hook shooting. Within the Fire Department (Command Post) a staff member had provided a sheet for all staff members to sign, which I obtained a copy of.”
As you can see, Roig’s name was written down, but she was NOT considered missing.
CFS 1200704559 Book 2 00006246 p. 6
Here’s the part of the story that gets a bit chaotic so bear with me. At 1:15 a faculty member of the school was asked to help retrieve photos from rooms 12, 10 and 8 in order to help identify the victims.At least 20 minutes after Roig was already accounted for and made a complaint about her missing phone.
CFS 1200704559 Book 5 00156788 "On December 14, 2012, at approximately 12:30pm, my husband drove me to the center of Sandy Hook. A this point, I walked to the Firehouse because of the traffic. Here, I briefly spoke with Superintendent Robinson, of which I don’t remember the content of the conversation. At approximately 1:15 pm a State Trooper approached me, unknown name – late 50’s early 60’s, balding, dark hair on side, approximately 5’5”, and asked if I would accompany him within the school to help with the investigation. Once I was inside the school, The Trooper asked if I had pictures for the students and teachers of Roig, Soto and D’Amato’s classrooms. I replied that I had access to pictures which were retained on a CD disk within my desk. I obtained the CD and used the Principal’s office because she had a color printer. I printed out the pictures of the teachers and students within the mentioned three classrooms. At this point, an officer approached me, unknown name – young, athletic, slender, 5’9” or 5’10” dressed in a suit, and he was assisting me in looking at the pictures and writing their names down on a piece of paper. I wanted to make sure that I had the names with the pictures right so the Officer requested that I pull the student’s cumulative files. Once I was confident the names to pictures were complete, the officer kept the cumulative files and I believe they were taken to Litchfield. A short time later, copies of the cumulative files were made by Litchfield Officers and delivered to Sandy Hook School employee’s at the Chalk Hill.”
CFS 1200704559 Book 6 00029067 p. 4-5 “I assisted LT Jagoda who was working on the attendance for the school and lists of students per classroom. Ultimately, [redacted] was escorted to the main office by Sgt. Salmeri where I assisted her in printing out class photos for three classrooms, Roig, [redacted] and Soto. [redacted] attempted to provide the names of each student on a separate piece of paper. [redacted] directed me to the student files cabinet and I pulled the same three classrooms to verify the names and faces of each student [redacted] was identifying. This information was placed in a box and I provided it to the major crime van to assist them in identifying the victims.”
CFS 1200704559 Book 6 00019772 p. 3 also mentions the need for photos in identifying victims, but no rooms or names are brought up. She was asked at about 1:15 but it wasn’t until 1:25 Sgt. Salmeri got the call.
CFS 1200704559 Book 6 00019772 p.3 “On 12/14/13, at approximately 1325 hours, I received a cell phone call from Sergeant Michael O’Donnell #272, who was still at the main scene. Sergeant O’Donnell advised that there was a need to obtain photographs of the missing children to aid with the identification of the deceased children and staff. Sergeant O’Donnell advised that these photographs were believed to be on a computer drive in the main office of the school. [redacted] indicated that the school [redacted] was available and in route to assist with obtaining photographs. Upon arrival of [redacted] at the command post, I escorted her to the scene to retrieve photographs. [redacted] assisted by Lieutenant Perry and Lieutenant Michael Jagoda #044 secured color photographs of the missing children and staff to assist with the investigation.”
Yes he said 2013 But it’s really not that big of a deal. How many times have you written the wrong year in January? Anyways….coincidentally 1:25 would also be the EXACT time Roig signed out and left the premises, as seen on the sign out sheet.
CFS 1200704559 Book 2 00006246 p. 3
Wait! Back up for a second. Wasn’t the last attempt to get a ping on her cell phone at 2:14? The second attempt was at 1:20. So she left the school grounds just 5 minutes after the second ping and a whole 49 minutes before the third attempt? Doesn’t really seem as though she was that worried about some psychopathic mass murderer having her phone. Actually, in her book Choosing Hope: How I Moved Forward From Life’s Darkest Hour on page 96, she states that she knew where her phone was the whole time!
Here she is leaving with her mom. Visual confirmation that Roig was there, and leaving during daylight. (You can watch the footage here. She can be seen at 3:58).
The next logical question would be, is there any physical evidence that we can see that may show proof that anything happened in room 12?
The answer is a definite NO! As desperate as she is to be Sandy Hook’s Sidney Prescott, nothing ever happened in her room! As you can see in the photos below. No blood, doesn’t appear to have any bullet holes.. just an empty classroom.
Tranquillo – Back up scene photos 2 #946
Tranquillo – Back up scene photos 2 #947
This (below) is taken from their sketch/reconstruction of the crime scene. It shows victim and ballistic locations. As you can see, there is nothing in room 12.
CFS 1200704597 00235016 p.6
And the last piece of damning evidence. According to Bahamonde’s dashcam footage timeline report, Roig’s class was escorted out of the building at 10:25:04. 1.5 hours before she complains about her phone and 3 hours before they begin requesting photos for her room. Yeah, who the hell waits an hour and a half before telling police that a mass murderer might have your phone?…. Only in Sandy Hook right?
CFS 1200704559 Book 4 00079319 p.3
If nothing happened in room 12 there would be no need to collect photos from that room to identify victims or any suggestion whatsoever that room 12 was involved. So where did this narrative originate? Did they lie on the warrants? If they were lying this becomes a huge legal problem. It would classify as Fruit of the Poisonous Tree (illegal) making all things seized and gathered null and void. They could not use any of the evidence gathered with these warrants. But if they wrote it in good faith (had some plausible reason to believe this statement to be true at the time it was written but it was later found to be false) it would fall under the Good Faith Exception to Exclusionary Rule. therefore making it legal.
In my opinion it sounds as though the detectives that had printed up the warrants wrote that narrative in good faith (thankfully). We have an officer (Officer Seabrook) saying that he saw victims in the first 2 classrooms and officers obtaining photos of the first 3 classes to identify victims. It’s plausible that they just typed up really bad information.
As for the search for photos, this is very odd. I have no idea why they would still be requesting photos from room 12 when the list of faculty that was accounted for and missing had already been created. Although I believe it was never stated, I’d assume that these officers would’ve received a copy of that list or was at least in contact with officers that did. They should have been aware that room 12 was cleared.
And Seabrook’s account? Hell if I know, but the “he must’ve gotten it confused” excuse just doesn’t work for me.
So, until we get an investigation into the investigation we are left with just questions and speculations.
You can download all available crime scene photos, scene processing footage, dash cam footage, police audio and documents here:
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