Guide on how to talk to children about Sandy Hook 4 days BEFORE massacre

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We need more duct tape to keep our heads from exploding.

In addition to the four memorial-donation webpages for Sandy Hook victims which were created one to three days BEFORE the massacre, here’s another pre-massacre document.

It’s a PDF document counseling parents and teachers across America how to talk to their children about the terrible shooting deaths of 20 children and 6 adults on the morning of December 14, 2012, in the Sandy Hook Elementary School in Newtown, Connecticut. The document, titled “Talking With Your Children/Students About the Sandy Hook Elementary Shooting,” is the work of an organization called Crisis Management Institute (CMI).

Based in Salem, Oregon, with just a P.O. Box address instead of a physical locale, Crisis Management Institute describes itself as follows:

“Our mission at CMI is to help schools prevent crisis for individuals as well as the whole school population, and to plan and prepare such that each small response mitigates the likelihood of a larger crisis growing out of the current situation.  By providing solid foundational materials and cutting-edge online updates, we aim to give all schools a range of resources with which to face emerging challenges.”

Some of the “resources” CMI provides are short (1-2 pages) guides in PDF format posted on its website, such as “Talking With Your Children/Students About the Sandy Hook Elementary Shooting” (henceforth abbreviated as “Talking With…”) that you can read for yourself. You’ll see that the PDF document does not have a date for its creation. However, when a document is uploaded onto a website, it acquires an Uniform Resource Locater (URL), which is a specific character string that constitutes a reference to an Internet resource.

Think of the URL as the Internet address of a website, or of an article or picture within that website. Or in technical jargon, “Every URL consists of some of the following: the scheme name (commonly called protocol), followed by a colon, two slashes, then, depending on scheme, a server name (exp. http://ftp., http://www., smtp., etc.) followed by a dot (.) then a domain name, a port number, the path of the resource to be fetched or the program to be run, then and an optional fragment identifier.”

For example:

And so it is also with Crisis Management Institute’s online documents. Despite the absence of a date in CMI’s PDF document “Talking with…,” there are other ways to ascertain when “Talking With…” was uploaded to CMI’s website. That date is December 10, 2012, four days before the Sandy Hook massacre. Here’s the evidence:

1. Arlington Red Devils site

The Arlington Red Devils (ARD) is the website of the Arlington Local Schools in Ohio. According to an article on Investor Discussion Board, an alert Internet sleuth posting on the chat site GodLikeForums.com, found a posting on ARD about CMI’s “Talking With…” guide, with a link to the PDF document. Here’s a screenshot the sleuth took of the ARD post. Pay special attention to the two yellow circles I’ve drawn on the top left and bottom right of the screenshot.

Arlington Red Devils

Inside the bottom right yellow circle I drew is the date when the sleuth accessed the Arlington Red Devils’ website: 1/10/2013 (January 10, 2013).

Inside the top yellow circle I drew is the URL of CMI’s “Talking With…” document with its date of 2012/12/10 (December 10, 2012), which is FOUR days before the Sandy Hook massacre:

CMI Talking with URL

Since Jan. 10, however, that Arlington Red Devils page has been scrubbed. If you go to http://www.arlingtonlocalschools.com/2012/12/10/talking-with-your-children-about-the-sandy-hook-tragedy, you get sent to this page (http://www.arlingtonlocalschools.com/error) that says “Error 404 – document not found”. Good thing the sleuth had taken a screen shot of the ARD page on January 10, 2013!

2. The URL for “Talking With…” on CMI’s Website

But we don’t have to rely on the now-scrubbed Arlington Red Devils webpage. We can go directly to Crisis Management Institute’s website for its PDF document “Talking With Your Children/Students About the Sandy Hook Elementary Shooting.” Click here for the document. If CMI scrubs it by the time you try to access the document, I’ve saved the document in FOTM’s media library. Click here: Talking-With-Your-Children-About-the-Sandy-Hook-Elementary-Shooting/

Look at the URL of the document. It shows a date of 2012/10. Here’s a screenshot I just took of CMI’s “Talking With,” showing the URL on top:

CMI Talking with

Notice the document’s URL on top, and in the bottom right, the date when I took the screen shot: 1/16/2013 (for January 16, 2013).

Here’s an enlargement of the URL for “Talking With…,” showing the 2012/10 date:

CMI Talking with

The Spanish language version of the same “Talking With…” document has an URL date of 2012/12 (for Dec. 12, 2012), which is two days before the Sandy Hook massacre.

One document or webpage bearing a pre-massacre date may be due to a computer glitch. But we now have at least FIVE cases (I know of a 6th, which will be posted tomorrow).

And so, we must now ask ourselves why Crisis Management Institute — like the people who put up the “R.I.P. Victoria Soto” Facebook page, the United Way “Sandy Hook Support Fund,” the Sandy Hook Elementary Victims’ Fund, or the Fundraiser for Families Involved in Tragic Newtown, CT Shootings somehow knew, days in advance, there would be a massacre in Sandy Hook Elementary School on December 14, 2012.

Oh, one more thing.

Crisis Management Institute’s director is a woman named Cheri Lovre.

Cheri LovreScreenshot of Cheri Lovre from a video she posted online, Dec. 16, 2012.

Cheri Lovre is an anti-gun gun-control advocate. Lovre posted an essay, “Talking About Gun Violence,” on a rabidly anti-gun site called Praying the Devil Back to Hell – HERE AND NOW!

This is below the website’s masthead:

Ban semi-automatic weapons and high capacity ammunition clips

pray the devil

And this is how the site describes itself:

We are people of faith, seeking to eliminate semi-automatic weapons and high capacity ammunition clips in our state, our nation, and around the world.  After the Sandy Hook Elementary School massacre, December 14, 2012, it is time for us to say ENOUGH!  There is no excuse for civilian possession of semi-automatic weapons or high capacity ammunition clips.  Our children will not be safe at school, in a mall, or in a theater until we take these weapons out of circulation!

H/t Investor Discussion Board

Update (Jan. 17, 2013):

Since this post was published yesterday morning, we’ve received many reader comments, some of which by individuals more knowledgeable about computers and the Internet than I am. They point out that CMI’s “Talking With…” PDF document actually was created on December 14, 2012, but for some reason was uploaded to their October 2012 folder (thus, the 2012/10 in its URL). Other commenters maintain that still doesn’t explain why the Arlington Red Devils’ page on the CMI document indeed was published on December 10, 2012.

Most helpful, however, is a comment by reader Peter. He points out that “It is very simple to change the creation date of any document” and provides how that is done. More importantly, Peter states that “To me the most damming evidence is the fact that the google cache shows that there was once a file called ‘talking-with-your-child-about-the-sandy-hook-tragedy’ in the directory ‘www.arlingtonlocalschools.com[b]/news/2012/12/10/[/b]’. There is no doubt that /2012/12/10/ means december 10th 2012. This directory structure is created automatically by wordpress when an authorized author creates a new piece of content such as the news item in question.”

Peter than counsels that a screenshot of the Google cache be taken, in order to preserve the evidence in the event Google erases it. So I went on the Google cache site and took this screenshot, which clearly shows the “Talking With” guide was published on December 10, 2012 — FOUR days before the Sandy Hook massacre:

Arlington Red Devils on CMI document

To conclude, I stand by my original assertion that Crisis Management Institute had created a PDF guide “Talking With Your Children/Students About the Sandy Hook Elementary Shooting” on December 10, 2012, four days before the Sandy Hook massacre took place.

In the meantime, here’s my post today on “Another Sandy Hook fundraiser that pre-dates the massacre.”

Update (Jan. 26, 2013):

Peter Offermann lent his Internet technical expertise to an anlysis of this. Here’s “How we know a guide on counseling children about Sandy Hook predated the massacre.”

~Eowyn

167 responses to “Guide on how to talk to children about Sandy Hook 4 days BEFORE massacre

  1. A web developer / system admin

    URLs have NOTHING to do with document creation times WHATSOEVER. Period.

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    • Oh yeah? Then explain to me why the URL for this post, “Guide on how to talk…,” which was published on December 16, 2013, has the date of the publication in its URL:

      http://fellowshipofminds.wordpress.com/2013/01/16/guide-for-how-to-talk-to-children-about-sandy-hook-pre-dated-the-massacre/

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      • It appears this thread has run its course. I’d like to sum up my conclusions for those that have read this far.

        Although I could go on with a long-winded technical explanation demonstrating why the possibilities that Brant has raised are highly unlikely it is obvious at this point that there is enough technical wiggle room that this situation cannot be demonstrated to be a smoking gun.

        I am still extremely suspicious of this occurrence and would rate it at a 65% chance that there was wrong doing here to a 35% chance it was an innocent mistake.

        In case it might help others gain more clarity about their lives I would like to share a little bit of information about my personal response to the state of our society before I leave.

        I think it is a mistake to assume we need to prove our leaders wrong in order to justify our own desired lifestyle which is obviously greatly at odds with theirs. Such a battle over who’s right saps an enormous amount of energy we could apply to much more constructive use if we weren’t constantly provoked into confrontations, most likely created intentionally to keep us busy in a conflict where our leaders hold all the cards.

        Personally I made the decision two decades ago that I wanted nothing to do with the direction our society is heading. I then decided to turn my comfortable life upside down and attempted to build a life that didn’t require me to participate in what I then called the rat race.

        I believe in providing for myself and did not want to leach off the society I was condemning. My attempt at self-sufficiency has mostly been like riding a bucking bronco but I have survived and now live very well in an alternative lifestyle which is now just slightly dependent on the infrastructure and economy our society has built. I continue to strive towards the point of zero dependence and zero contribution towards funding the abusive power structure that is destroying our world.

        As long as we continue to work within society, even if unwillingly just to survive, we continue to fund and enable the power structure that abuses us. Those in charge could care less how much we whine and complain about being abused as long as we continue paying taxes and consuming the output from the leadership class’ factories.

        It is not easy to attempt to break out of this abusive cycle, and there are no guarantees you will succeed if you try, but I believe it is the only way to force our will on our rulers.

        No taxes and only a trickle or no consumption will soon put them in their place or force them to show their hand clearly enough so everyone will understand what is actually going on.

        It is still not illegal to refuse to work or consume. However it is difficult to get to the place where you can do this. It takes accepting great risk and sacrificing things that we assume are essential to our well being. My experience has shown me that those sacrifices actually lead to far greater freedom and satisfaction. Those things we are taught to think are essential to living a good life are actually boat anchors that keep us chained to the system that enslaves us. Life without feeling the need to amass ‘things’ is like floating freely on a wondrous sea rather than being anchored to a murky bottom.

        I intentionally minimize my income, or requirement for it, to as close to zero as possible. I have succeeded to a very large degree and it has allowed me the freedom I have always dreamed of. The work I do now outside of providing for myself, mostly without money, is done for free or minimal related expenses. I do not need to work, I work when I feel the projects I choose to help enable will help bring about a better life for everyone. It does not require a large bank account to achieve this. It only requires the determination to create a viable lifestyle that allows such freedom.

        When I first decided to leave society I assumed all the bad stuff I felt I couldn’t put up with was accidental and inevitable in a large group and in order to be free myself I had to allow others to make their own choices even if I didn’t agree with them. My attitude then was live and let live.

        Sadly in the last decade I have realized there is a segment of humans that are not satisfied with live and let live. They need to bend other to their will and purposes in order to be satisfied. This group has gathered enormous power and the world is not large enough to hide from them even if you desire to.

        The only reason I keep popping back into society publicly is to attempt to do my part in resisting those that insist on abusing their fellow humans. The power they hold must be removed from their hands before the majority of humans can hope to experience equality with others. Such a transition won’t be easy because the abuses of our elite have created many humans with destructive tendencies. They were needed by them to justify the need for government forces to supposedly keep the peace.

        If the power block is defeated individuals and local communities will need to deal with these destructive people without the aid of centralized government. It won’t be easy to start with but in my opinion it is the only way to create viable communities. Consequences to individuals for destructive actions need to be immediate and local, not dependent on law enforcers ruled over from a huge centralized and distant bureaucracy that have the opportunity to anonymously abuse the power they have been given and then use the law to enslave rather than to protect those it is their duty to serve.

        In my opinion the power elite’s intent is to destroy national governments. They intend this not to enable local communities but to further centralize their power to the global level. Under Global governance they will have even more power as well as being be even more unaccountable to their fellow humans. Life under such a system will literally be hell.

        I could easily just let the world go its own way and live out my life comfortably but I realize doing so is to abandon those less fortunate than myself. I feel an obligation to help those that desire a more equitable society and will continue to speak up as I see fit even as it again risks losing all I have achieved.

        I wish you all well. Keep standing up for your rights. Thanks for providing me the opportunity to speak my mind.

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        • Getting that deer in the headlights feeling again…

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        • Peter, I’d like to thank you for your clarification of the lifestyle you’ve chosen. You have my utmost admiration and respect for your choice, as well as for your integrity, honesty, and highly developed sense of fair play.

          People like you are not common enough in this world. I have a very strong sense that you’re deeply aware of the long-hidden truth about our Divine Creator, humanity, and our place in the universe.

          It’s a great privilege to have crossed your path.

          Namaste, and much love and light to you.

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          • I second that.

            Thank you, Peter, for giving your time, expertise, and thoughts to FOTM’s readers. I’m sad to see you leave.

            God bless and God speed on your chosen path, and may God have mercy on all of us.

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            • Peter, God speed, I feel privileged to have crossed paths with you.
              Enjoy the rest of your journey.
              Steve

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              • Thank you everyone. The privilege was mine. There are many good people here.

                I am a recluse at heart and struggle to be public.

                I have been intensely involved in forums and blogs like this one for about 12 years. I have started a number myself that have been left in good hands. My experience has shown me that my ongoing presence in forums is too disruptive even in forums I manage.

                As you probably know true freedom of speech does not exist on the internet. Everything is watched by those in power who control the internet infrastructure just as surely as they control the mass media.

                Many worthwhile subjects are ‘allowed’ but whenever anyone broaches subjects that threaten their control they will covertly or overtly destroy conversation in such venues in order to protect themselves.

                Their methods are very destructive emotionally to those affected. I tend to attract their attention regularly. Even in forums I managed I have not figured out how to deal with their destructive methods without becoming just like them. I am not willing to go there. I do not want to be responsible for destroying forums doing worthwhile work.

                I do still spend an enormous amount of time on the internet researching with the hope of finding a way to help resolve the issues we are dealing with. I share whenever I feel I have something worth sharing. I do so by occasional brief conversations in a variety of places. No doubt I will be back here occasionally.

                I am optimistic that our time will come. I just hope at that point we will remember how it feels to be under someone else’s thumb and not resort to the same methods out of vengeance. We would then just replace our oppressors rather than outgrow them.

                I have no respect for our leaders but I do not hate them or envy their power. They are actually the weakest among us and are to be pitied. Their obsessive collecting of earthly wealth and power gives them no peace. Rather, the more they gain the more they have to fear losing. Their massive armies give you an idea of how fearful they are.

                I do intend to help remove their ability to abuse others but do so based on my own morality not theirs.

                I came across a great piece of wisdom a while back that went something like this. “Forgive them not for what they have done to you, instead forgive them their debt to you so you can get on with your own life.”

                It has worked for me.

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  2. I know I said I was done with this, but I couldn’t stop my mind thinking about it. First, this blog (http://fellowshipofminds.wordpress.com) is running on wordpress.com (not someone like me running WordPress, the software package, on their own server), and so that is why the URL’s have dates in them that are system generated.

    Those of us running WordPress on our own servers can make URL’s say literally anything we want, (manually or change permalink structure) so a date in a URL really doesn’t mean anything. I can make mine say I posted something tomorrow, or 10 years ago.

    In regards to the Arlington page, I was trying to think of something that was more likely than the server date or the author manually changing the date to be incorrect. If the article was created by opening another article and editing the contents, the original date would be preserved. For example, I could create a page via WordPress, and by default the date would be in the URL as it is on this site.. BUT then if I open it back up, (say that post/page was about a current event) and edit it to reflect the new current event, the date structure in the URL (which is just where the page resides on the server) will stay the same. We do this with our CMI “Current Events” page, we edit it as needed when new incidents etc happen.

    If we hadn’t changed our WP permalink structure, (so that it looks like this: http://www.cmionline.com/current-events/) instead of having a date in there, then the content would change but the dates would not.

    I think this is the most likely way the glitch happened at the red devil’s site.

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    • Yes a good explanation and very possible. I host several wp sites on my own hosting and by default they also use the date style urls so you would need to change the default configuration to use a different structure. As myself the Arlington site didn’t change the default.

      In situations related to news threads it is the norm to create a new post which then allows WP to create a site archive allowing users to go back and review older posts and pages.

      You see such archive trees on most dynamic wp sites. When I checked the arlington site yesterday there were two news pages for january. A historical one from January 6th and a current one announcing an event on January 21st. This indicates to me that they allowed news items to age into the archive.

      That the news item has been deleted from the site rather than just editing the publish date of the item to the correct one is somewhat suspicious. You would think the document was important enough to keep accessible to concerned people. The event is still current.

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    • Another good catch.

      I scanned a few of the search results and virtually all of them relate to incorrect time offsets putting time into undesired timezones or date format misconfigurations displaying jiberish instead of the date/time. I didn’t find any that suggested that wp misinterprets the server clock other than the one you linked to. It appears a valid case of WP having trouble with the clock. These are the kind of problems that generally occur when initially configuring a site and are usually solved by the time a site has been operating for a few years as appears is the case from the arlington whois record.

      The time offset errors do not explain a discrepancy of four days.

      . The arlington site calendar has many entries and you would think they would have worked out such quirks long ago.

      For quite a number of years I have devoted much time to trying to understand the truth about such issues because I keep hoping my suspicions are wrong. It is not a comfortable place to be to suspect treachery from the leadership of the society you belong to. I would much rather be wrong than right.

      Your possible solutions do give me some but not total relief in this situation and I thank you for that.

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  3. Oh, and there are obvious causes for dates to be wrong in a WordPress installation. Just google “WordPress date wrong”, tons of results. This one in particular is caused by a plugin and causes a difference of 4 days:

    http://www.turnkeylinux.org/forum/support/20110314/wrong-date-and-time-wordpress

    So that’s another thing that could have happened.

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  4. Yeah but if you put all the Facebook pages and now this PDF doc together and the other strange “mishaps” that a majority were 4 days before on Dec 10th that somewhat eliminates computer error. What we should be questioning is what happened at the School and these organizations on that date. Was there some sort of meeting that day? Were there and officials that were at the school on Dec 10th?

    There is also a FEMA document that states they were doing drills in that very town the same day of the “incident” Dec 14th. Check this out http://www.ct.gov/demhs/ical/calendar.asp?mm=12&yyyy=2012&image1.x=23&image1.y=5&calendar_ID=0&showTop=True

    More Info Here:

    http://www.infowars.com/sandy-hook-shooting-active-shooter-drill-confirmed-by-law-enforcement-raises-suspicion-of-false-flag-operation/

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  5. Reblogged this on Catholic Glasses and commented:
    I agree. Our heads need “duck tape” to absorb all the lies surrounding the Sandy Hook story. Seems the news outlets broke the Sandy Hook story three days before is just the solid proof we need, that this was a coordinated and planned event. Probably for Obama’s ulterior, political and sick motives. This man is a wacked-out president.

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  6. Oh my, it just gets stranger and stranger…NBC reported only handguns used in the school, police say only a rifle, (though police taking the rifle out of the car trunk video blows that one,) now the Newtown Bee is reporting, “A man with a gun who was spotted in the woods near the school on the day of the incident was an off-duty tactical squad police officer from another town, according to the source…”
    Uh huh, off duty SWAT…armed in the woods running from the school…WTF???

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  7. Crisis Management Institute Foreknowledge of Sandy Hook Explained

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  8. I do not want to say much here but there is another smoking gun. I am going to place details some other places first in case something happens to me.

    See: http://tinyurl.com/adkr6at

    From a file that only the authorities have modification access to.

    Could you give me private access to someone from your group please?

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  9. Peter/Dr. Eowyn, you can send stuff to me for immediate offsite storage through this web-page:

    http://www.delusionalinsects.com/contact-form/index.php

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  10. FALSE ALARM

    My sincere apology for any anguish I have caused.

    I originally found this at 4am in the morning just before I had to go run a ferry ramp.

    Looking at the file in a hex editor I mis-interpreted what I saw.

    See image below for explanation.

    .

    If you look at where I am pointing in the image above you will see a line that starts 12-12. As I went through the file I saw the 20 at the end of the line above and didn’t realize it wasn’t the full year. My brain told me I saw 2012 there so when I came to the next line, I saw it as month 12 day 12. The 17 runs into the time -17T10:34:4. I read it as T17:10:34:4.

    The document was actually created on Dec 14th and modified on Dec 17th.

    My apologies for any anguish I have caused. It has also been stressful for me. At least I know where I stand in regards to a confrontation with the government. If they indeed are in the wrong, which I believe, they will have to kill me to be rid of me.

    Peter

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    • Peter,

      Thank you for the clarification.

      As for “If they indeed are in the wrong, which I believe, they will have to kill me to be rid of me” — please know that you are not alone!

      I’m adding you to my prayer list.

      Archangel St. Michael, the Braveheart of Angels, please watch over and protect Peter.

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  11. Further explanation: The original document is still extremely suspicious but it can’t technically be proven to originate on Dec 10th 4 days before the shootings.

    This document is a different version than the one originally being discussed in the thread. Someone (sorry tired can’t remember name) found a google search return for it for Dec 13th, a day before the shooting, which is also extremely suspicious and will be difficult to explain away. https://www.google.com/search?q=inurl:http://www.arlingtonlocalschools.com/news/2012/12/10/talking-with-your-child-about-the-sandy-hook-tragedy&as_qdr=y15

    This is now two strange documents.

    I went through the source code on the web page found at the dec 13th return and discovered it still exists on the site at. http://www.arlingtonlocalschools.com/forms

    The direct link didn’t work from google cached copy but I found where it was in the page source code. They have a block on a direct download but you can access it at the url above.

    Pretty strange and damming that it showed up on the google search engine on Dec 13th but was created on Dec 14th.

    There is again wiggle room for doubt but it is another mark on the wall suggesting wrong doing.

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    • Peter, I have to say it’s not acceptable to arrive at the conclusion Google had somehow mistakenly recorded their “date-of-index” as the 13th. This is good enough to present as evidence in court, if the court system was more like it was in 1790. But seriously, of all the elements presented this is how it can be demonstrated as occurring on Dec 13th.

      The wiggle room for doubt will not be amongst the genius-level techs familiar with Google. If pressed, Google could fabricate a scenario to account for it but it would come down to being a glitch. But, if 100 techs in the SEO business were contacted and asked their opinion, they would all agree the page was online on the 13th and DID INCLUDE the URL exactly as it appears today.

      That’s important to emphasize. If asked, “So what? Who cares if a page appeared in Google on the 13th?”, the response would be that the page in question appeared on the 13th AND that page had a URL revealing the subject of the article being the Sandy Hook Shooting.

      I truly want to help you get whatever info you need to call it a win. If you still have questions about what I’m outlaying here, just ask.

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  12. I’m glad the google cache of the Red Devils web site is still there. Maybe Google have realised that them removing it would be interpreted by many as Google being complicit.

    Keep up this excellent work, everyone.

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    • Sorry if this is a duplicate post. I’m on a relatively slow satellite link from a very remote place and wordpress handles long threads like this very badly on slow connections. Everytime I think the page has settled down and stopped and I try to click a reply, befiore I finish the click it starts up again. I think I replied in the right place but I am actually somewhere else.

      ************************************************************************************
      OK I checked further into this and both the original cached version showing Dec 10th and the DEC 13th cached versions lead to the same page “forms.HTML”

      ==============================Snip of the source code from the file forms.HTML on Arlington site=========================================
      *Information may be entered into these Microsoft Word forms.  Please note that a signature is still required.  If you are unable to open these forms, use either FireFox or Google Chrome.  If you don’t have either browser installed, do the following in Internet Explorer.
      1. When you click on the link select SAVE.2. Rename the file and add the extension .docx (For example: Consent.docx)3. Under Save As Type – Select All Files.

      Informational Items

      Elementary Supply List
      Fee List
      Gifted Assessment Notice
      Student Records and Directory Information Notice
      PPRA Notice (Protection of Pupil Rights Amendment)
      ODE Complaint Procedures

      [b]Talking with your Children about the Sandy Hook Incident[/b]

      The bolded line says the document physically resides at arlingtonlocalschools.com/upload/documents/Elem_Opportunities and is called, “Talking-With-Your-Children-About-the-Sandy-Hook-Elementary_Incident1.PDF”

      The text to display in the URL on the forms.HTML page is “Talking with your Children about the Sandy Hook Incident”

      The explanation for why Google shows /2012/12/10/ in the URL is complex but important to understand. It is still highly suspicious.

      The /2012/12/10/ relates to the news item not to the PDF. The URL was automatically created when the page was published and linked to the site indexing. The index is used to place the document correctly into the date indexing structure of the site used by the archive tree. The explanation from here is very complex but important.

      Although the user can easily change the /2012/12/10/ from the authors editing page, they can only do it using the WP code block on that page that arbitrarily allows them to change the published date of the document. They can’t arbitrarily make up the string /2012/12/10/ and add it to the URL, they have to change the relevant fields in the document editor page.

      The following explanation could also probably explain the stray memorial and donations pages.

      Here’s what I think happened.

      I think the false flag was originally intended to go down Dec 10th.

      The link in the forms page was created on Dec 10th to a new [b]POST[/b] with the download link ofr the pdf and the author set the published date for the post to DEC 10th which can be seen in the cached page as well as in the url. Google found it and cached it before the 13th. Someone at Google fudged the cache record after the fact to say it was found on the 18th.

      For some reason the false flag was put off until the 13th. The author went back and changed the POST’s published date to Dec 13th which can be seen on the page Google cached AGAIN on DEC 13th even though the URL still shows /2012/12/10/. On Dec 13th We have both Dec 10th and 13th showing on this document. /2012/12/10/ in the addressbar url and Dec 13th as the Published date of the POST.

      The author didn’t realize that even though they had changed the published date Dec 13th the /2012/12/10/ in the indexing structure didn’t update to the 13th. Probably because WP saw it as a modification not a new document and decided the document first appeared on the site on DEC 10th and should stay there in the archive index. It shows the public the new published date but internally still indexes it at /2012/12/10/.

      This explains the discrepancy on the DEC 13th cache record the URL [url=https://www.google.com/search?q=inurl:http://www.arlingtonlocalschools.com/news/2012/12/10/talking-with-your-child-about-the-sandy-hook-tragedy&as_qdr=y15%5Dhttps://www.google.com/search?q=inurl:http://www.arlingtonlocalschools.com/news/2012/12/10/talking-with-your-child-about-the-sandy-hook-tragedy&as_qdr=y15%5B/url%5D

      shows /2012/12/10/ but if you view the cached page itself it shows a published date of Dec 13 instead of Dec 10 as the other version does.

      The /2012/12/10/ doesn’t physically exist as a place on the website it only exists in an indexing record in their database associated with the forms.HTML document not the PDF.

      I can prove what I am saying about how WP is handling this but it will take some work which I am willing to do. Short of WP itself being re-coded in a way that would probably destroy many wp sites, there is nothing they can do to void the explanation I am going to attempt to make.

      The two Google cache records are what are important here not the PDF.

      I will put this explanation up on the blog if it’s ok with you.

      Peter

      **********************************************************************************************

      Google is the culprit here that gave away the situation. It’s kind of ironic that the surveillance they are using on us is coming back to bite them.

      When you go to the forms page on the site to get the link, the /2012/12/10/ does not show up anywhere in the address bar or link address displayed by some browsers when you hover over the pdf download link or once you click the download link and the file starts downloading. The google bot routine does not go to the file itself, it instead goes to the index record for the file. Only he index record includes the /2012/12/10/. I don’t currently understand why google does this. Probably because some other google routine handles downloading referenced content on pages.

      All the cache record routine archiving the forms.html page seems to care about is that another file is referenced. It can find this out in the index in the database much faster than it can by stepping through the harddrive drive index.

      The site itself always just shows [url=http://www.arlingtonlocalschools.com/upload/documents/Elem_Opportunities/Talking-With-Your-Children-About-the-Sandy-Hook-Elementary_Incident1.PDF]www.arlingtonlocalschools.com/upload/documents/Elem_Opportunities/Talking-With-Your-Children-About-the-Sandy-Hook-Elementary_Incident1.PDF[/url] and [url=http://www.arlingtonlocalschools.com/forms/]www.arlingtonlocalschools.com/forms/[/url]

      *******************************************************************************

      WordPress allows authors to add new content as either a POST or as a normal WEB-PAGE. The difference explains how the /2012/12/10/ remained behind.

      The forms.html is a webpage, the google cached pages with the download link are posts not a web-pages.

      I don’t have the energy left right now to explain the difference but will do so later.

      The other memorial and donation pages probably suffered from the same glitch.

      Short of their removing all the relevant google cache records and wiping the sites so it is their word against ours there is nothing they can do to stop us picking apart what happened. The evidence is there if we look for it.

      If the cache records and site data disappear we KNOW it was a false flag.

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  13. OK I checked further into this and both the original cached version showing Dec 10th and the DEC 13th cached versions lead to the same page “forms.HTML”

    ==============================Snip of the source code from the file forms.HTML on Arlington site=========================================
    *Information may be entered into these Microsoft Word forms.  Please note that a signature is still required.  If you are unable to open these forms, use either FireFox or Google Chrome.  If you don’t have either browser installed, do the following in Internet Explorer.
    1. When you click on the link select SAVE.2. Rename the file and add the extension .docx (For example: Consent.docx)3. Under Save As Type – Select All Files.

    Informational Items

    Elementary Supply List
    Fee List
    Gifted Assessment Notice
    Student Records and Directory Information Notice
    PPRA Notice (Protection of Pupil Rights Amendment)
    ODE Complaint Procedures

    [b]Talking with your Children about the Sandy Hook Incident[/b]

    The bolded line says the document physically resides at arlingtonlocalschools.com/upload/documents/Elem_Opportunities and is called, “Talking-With-Your-Children-About-the-Sandy-Hook-Elementary_Incident1.PDF”

    The text to display in the URL on the forms.HTML page is “Talking with your Children about the Sandy Hook Incident”

    The explanation for why Google shows /2012/12/10/ in the URL is complex but important to understand. It is still highly suspicious.

    The /2012/12/10/ relates to the news item not to the PDF. The URL was automatically created when the page was published and linked to the site indexing. The index is used to place the document correctly into the date indexing structure of the site used by the archive tree. The explanation from here is very complex but important.

    Although the user can easily change the /2012/12/10/ from the authors editing page, they can only do it using the WP code block on that page that arbitrarily allows them to change the published date of the document. They can’t arbitrarily make up the string /2012/12/10/ and add it to the URL, they have to change the relevant fields in the document editor page.

    The following explanation could also probably explain the stray memorial and donations pages.

    Here’s what I think happened.

    I think the false flag was originally intended to go down Dec 10th.

    The link in the forms page was created on Dec 10th to a new [b]POST[/b] with the download link ofr the pdf and the author set the published date for the post to DEC 10th which can be seen in the cached page as well as in the url. Google found it and cached it before the 13th. Someone at Google fudged the cache record after the fact to say it was found on the 18th.

    For some reason the false flag was put off until the 13th. The author went back and changed the POST’s published date to Dec 13th which can be seen on the page Google cached AGAIN on DEC 13th even though the URL still shows /2012/12/10/. On Dec 13th We have both Dec 10th and 13th showing on this document. /2012/12/10/ in the addressbar url and Dec 13th as the Published date of the POST.

    The author didn’t realize that even though they had changed the published date Dec 13th the /2012/12/10/ in the indexing structure didn’t update to the 13th. Probably because WP saw it as a modification not a new document and decided the document first appeared on the site on DEC 10th and should stay there in the archive index. It shows the public the new published date but internally still indexes it at /2012/12/10/.

    This explains the discrepancy on the DEC 13th cache record the URL [url=https://www.google.com/search?q=inurl:http://www.arlingtonlocalschools.com/news/2012/12/10/talking-with-your-child-about-the-sandy-hook-tragedy&as_qdr=y15%5Dhttps://www.google.com/search?q=inurl:http://www.arlingtonlocalschools.com/news/2012/12/10/talking-with-your-child-about-the-sandy-hook-tragedy&as_qdr=y15%5B/url%5D

    shows /2012/12/10/ but if you view the cached page itself it shows a published date of Dec 13 instead of Dec 10 as the other version does.

    The /2012/12/10/ doesn’t physically exist as a place on the website it only exists in an indexing record in their database associated with the forms.HTML document not the PDF.

    I can prove what I am saying about how WP is handling this but it will take some work which I am willing to do. Short of WP itself being re-coded in a way that would probably destroy many wp sites, there is nothing they can do to void the explanation I am going to attempt to make.

    The two Google cache records are what are important here not the PDF.

    I will put this explanation up on the blog if it’s ok with you.

    Peter

    **********************************************************************************************

    Google is the culprit here that gave away the situation. It’s kind of ironic that the surveillance they are using on us is coming back to bite them.

    When you go to the forms page on the site to get the link, the /2012/12/10/ does not show up anywhere in the address bar or link address displayed by some browsers when you hover over the pdf download link or once you click the download link and the file starts downloading. The google bot routine does not go to the file itself, it instead goes to the index record for the file. Only he index record includes the /2012/12/10/. I don’t currently understand why google does this. Probably because some other google routine handles downloading referenced content on pages.

    All the cache record routine archiving the forms.html page seems to care about is that another file is referenced. It can find this out in the index in the database much faster than it can by stepping through the harddrive drive index.

    The site itself always just shows [url=http://www.arlingtonlocalschools.com/upload/documents/Elem_Opportunities/Talking-With-Your-Children-About-the-Sandy-Hook-Elementary_Incident1.PDF]www.arlingtonlocalschools.com/upload/documents/Elem_Opportunities/Talking-With-Your-Children-About-the-Sandy-Hook-Elementary_Incident1.PDF[/url] and [url=http://www.arlingtonlocalschools.com/forms/]www.arlingtonlocalschools.com/forms/[/url]

    *******************************************************************************

    WordPress allows authors to add new content as either a POST or as a normal WEB-PAGE. The difference explains how the /2012/12/10/ remained behind.

    The forms.html is a webpage, the google cached pages with the download link are posts not a web-pages.

    I don’t have the energy left right now to explain the difference but will do so later.

    The other memorial and donation pages probably suffered from the same glitch.

    Short of their removing all the relevant google cache records and wiping the sites so it is their word against ours there is nothing they can do to stop us picking apart what happened. The evidence is there if we look for it.

    If the cache records and site data disappear we KNOW it was a false flag.

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  14. Even though some of my theorizing above is wrong I think it is close enough that other developers will now know where to start looking. I can relax now and feel what happens to me is irrelevant. The information is out there and others can carry on if I can’t.

    It really doesn’t matter much to me which way it goes. At this point I can relax and go at this slowly and start over again from the start now knowing what I figured out by the end and rewrite it so it makes more sense.

    It’s been another very long day and I’ll start on it tomorrow after dealing with a few other things first.

    Peter

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  15. Here’s a dead giveaway that the first google cache record found is doctored by google.

    I knew I was overlooking something important but couldn’t put my finger on it until I went to bed and relaxed a bit.

    The first cache record found states it was recorded on Dec 18th: if you look at the published date on the cached page attached it shows Published date Dec 10th.

    The second cache record found states it was recorded on Dec, 13th if you look at the published date on this cached page it shows Published date Dec 13th.

    How could a cache record taken after Dec 13th show a published date of Dec 10th if the published date had already been changed to Dec 13th on Dec 13th?

    That could only occur if the dec 18th cache record was actually recorded before Dec 13th. The dec 18th date is doctored after the fact.

    There is more I realized but I really do need to rest.

    Tomorrow is another day.

    Peter

    * My computer blue screened when I shut it down and destroyed my registry. That never happens to me. I’m limping along here to get this up.

    It will probably take awhile tomorrow to put the pieces together before I can run again in a state I trust.

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  16. Ok, now this article is wrong about one thing.

    The 2012/12/10 in the actual URL means ABSOLUTLEY NOTHING.
    the real critic is the date modified.

    if you go to the actual webpage and look at the sitemap at:

    http://www.arlingtonlocalschools.com/sitemap.xml

    you will see You could eaily post something and change the end date url of the page itself.
    One example.

    http://www.arlingtonlocalschools.com/calendar/2014/09/08/varsity-volleyball-w-north-baltimore-600pm

    This was posted in the future and has a date of 2014/09/08 so if they can make a post in the future it comes to reason they could accidentally post a wrong date.

    I have proven they didn’t!!!

    if you look at the site map the VERY RIGHT column is the date that was modified.

    according to google cache at: http://webcache.googleusercontent.com/search?q=cache:xYLbH9vLDMUJ:www.arlingtonlocalschools.com/sitemap.xml+&cd=1&hl=en&ct=clnk&gl=us&client=firefox-a

    Search for talking you will see 2012/12/10 in the url but the interesting portion is NOT that it’s the DATE MODIFIED FIELD WHICH SHOWS:
    2012-12-10T00:00:00-05:00 monthly 0.6

    GAME OVER!

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    • here, hope your right. We’re a tad slow on this stuff, but a few commenters understand this stuff.
      Peter?
      David?
      Any idea on this.?
      Steve

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    • Good find here it is another smoking gun!

      Yesterday my main concern was the evidence could be buried before we could use it as proof. I wanted to get it recorded before it disappeared.

      At the end of the day I came to realize the horse is already out of the barn so to speak and even if they put the horse back in the barn the evidence will remain.

      Much of what I said previously is not totally correct but does point in the right direction. Reverse engineering the logic flow of such systems is a trial and error process.

      I now think there is the time to analyze this properly without worrying about the evidence vanishing. The only thing we need to worry about is the people such as ourselves that understand what this means being vanished. That is a very real threat to all of us.

      here…. I disagree with you on the point that the url shown in the google cache is unimportant and can be manipulated by the end user. It is critical evidence that google is involved in this. That url has nothing to do with the user interface of the site. Yes the user can cause the url to change but once it is recorded by google it is set in stone.

      What the url is generated from is the google bots scouring of the site. The bots do not step through the site as end users do. They order the site content database sequentially by descending date. There will be fields in the database that allow that to be done. The bots can then quickly and easily find records that have changed since their last visit.

      The bots indexing is not the same as the end users. Google is determined to keep records of all versions of documents that existed not only the current version.

      The bots index uses as its base point the first date a document appeared. That is the only way they could track all versions.

      Brant inadvertently gave us a very important clue when he suggested someone had just re-used an old post page from dec 10th and placed new content into it. That is exactly what they did. They created the page on Dec 10th, went back and edited on Dec 13th and changed the published date to dec 13th and did the same again sometime after to whatever date the live document now shows.

      They assumed this solved the dating problem, and it did as far as the site was concerned. There will still be dirty linen there but I won’t explain where it is right now. They didn’t realize that the bot indexing data on the site still points to the originating date.

      The url you see in the google cache version is the field, or fields, in the database that allows for quickly finding all editions/edits of a single document. Every version of a document will have that same originating date url in it as well as a field with the published date. For end users the database is ordered by the published date field instead. When the web page is generated by the code it first finds the version with the most recent published date and displays that version instead of the historical copies that still exist in the database.

      Now that I feel that time is not most critical, I am going to spend a day or so documenting this more clearly right from the start hopefully in terms that non techs can understand.

      Peter

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    • Here What you are doing is very important and you are far better at that level of analysis than I am. Please continue and document well what you do. Probably the best way to bring the information forward is to make it available to everyone here.

      I would suggest this might warrant a separate thread.

      It gets very confusing combining all aspects of the investigation in one place.

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  17. I mean to say:

    Search for talking you will see 2012/12/10 in the url but the interesting portion is NOT that.
    The INTERESTING PORTION IS the DATE MODIFIED FIELD WHICH SHOWS:

    2012-12-10T00:00:00-05:00 monthly 0.6

    GAME OVER!

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  18. For the record…. I mentioned the blue screen of death of my computer last night. I have restored to early yesterday but my computer is still being used to automatically relay messages from a contact form on a website I monitor.

    This could very possibly be sending messages to incriminate me in something without my knowledge. I can stop the process but I need to restore my computer to a point before I got involved in this conversation. I suggest you all keep a close eye on your computers.

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    • Peter,

      I’ve had Internet connection problems since early yesterday morning. I keep getting Internet connection reset messages. Then last night I got a message I’d never seen before — that Windows detected another computer at my IP address. I called my server AT&T; was told there’s a connection problem and that technical support will fix it, but will probably take 1 to 2 days.

      What do you make of that?

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      • Eowyn, and Peter. Umm, OK so their I am this AM and trying to re-install 2 very small programs I’ve downloaded many times before. The new PC is window 8, but they both say installed, yet they are not there.
        Prob all just a coincidence… I hope..LOL

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      • What I had was nasty stuff. It was overriding my security of notifying me of silent messages being sent from my machine.

        The connection error messages you were getting could be innocent or meaningful. That they occur now is suspicious.

        The innocent explanation is that if you are on an ISP with many customers, most of which have dynamic IP addresses, if your modem is acting up and disconnects you for a period the dynamic IP assigned you in your last connected session has already been assigned to someone else because you were no longer connected. Totally innocent, it’s how networks work.

        Two possibilities that are not as innocent.

        They are screwing up setting up a mirror accessing all the data going to and from your connection.

        They are setting up a spoof of you to create false evidence you are doing something illegal.

        I can’t say for sure but there is probably nothing we can do to stop this. This possibility comes with the territory.

        The best protection is to get as many people involved in this conversation as possible so that if anything happens to us they cannot stop word from getting out.

        Other than that about all you can do to protect yourself is to assure you have a backup way of getting your information out without identifying who you are.

        A laptop with internet access that hasn’t been used to connect to any of your known connections which does/has not accessed any of your regular email accounts or logons for places you frequent.

        It should use a VPN to connect through a service not connected in anyway to your regular communications.

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        • Thanks, Peter.

          The best way for us to handle this is, as you point out, to widely disseminate the info so that many people know about it. And we are. Thousands of Facebook pages have linked to this.

          Then they’ll have to kill all of us. LOL

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    • Since a couple of days ago the notifier in my email program that gives me audible warning of incoming mail also conveniently stopped functioning. I’ve been trying to figure out why.

      I am going turn off automatic checking for mail and retrieve mail manually in a different way so I can check it more closely before it disappears. There may be some delays in my responses as a result.

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      • Depending on the mail service you use…. If you can check your mail on the mail server you use before it is downloaded to your machine you could check to see what is there before it hits your machine.

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  19. @Peter, Thanks for the extended reply back.

    Yes, I have also found the interesting changes.

    One of the changes was the 12/10 calendar date.

    It was originally (Inside the actually calendar entry) set as the date Dec 10.

    Later, I don’t know exactly when; it was changed to show December 13th (inside the actual calendar entry)

    On January 13th I have an original copy of the site map:

    The NEW URL was this:

    http://www.arlingtonlocalschools.com/news/2012/12/13/talking-with-your-child-about-the-sandy-hook-tragedy 60% Monthly 2012-12-13 00:00

    But, the 2012/12/20 Link still worked (with changed calendar entry inside changed from dec 10 to 13th), it was still on the webserver.

    Notice the Modified date on the sitemap.

    I can give you copies of the sitemap on January 13th that I saved if you need them as you seem quite confident that you have them.

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