This is a follow-up on the post our lowtechgrannie did on January 7, 2013, “Crisis Actor Photos.”
At issue is whether professional “crisis actors” are going beyond mere simulation of mass casualty events (what the Denver-based group VisionBox Crisis Actors say they do) to actually impersonate real-life people caught in the news of recent massacres, notably the Sandy Hook Elementary School killings that took the lives of 20 children and 6 adults in Newtown, Connecticut on December 14, 2012.
There’s a professional actress named Jennifer Greenberg Sexton who lives in Florida. She has a remarkable family because so many members of the Sexton-Greenberg clan are dopplegangers of people associated with the Sandy Hook massacre.
Here’s Jennifer Greenberg on Stars Color, a website with pictures of people in the movie industry — actors, actresses, directors — which means Greenberg is an actress, albeit not a famous or even known one.
I took a screenshot (on Jan. 11, 2013) of her picture on Stars Color in case the site scrubs it in the days to come:
Here’s a picture of Jennifer Greenberg Sexton and her husband Richard Sexton (we don’t know when the photos were taken):
Here’s a later photo of Richard Sexton, showing he’s lost some hair:
In the video below, beginning at the 8:49 mark, CNN’s Wolf Blitzer is interviewing a couple, Nick and Laura Phelps, about slain Sandy Hook school principal Dawn Hochsprung. The Phelps are parents of two Sandy Hook students, neither of whom was a shooting victim.
I took these two screen shots of Nick and Laura Phelps from the video:
Nick and Laura Phelps look remarkably alike Richard and Jennifer Sexton.
In the composite I made (see below), Richard Sexton is in the top row, Nick Phelps in bottom row:
Here’s a composite of pictures of Jennifer Greenberg Sexton (top row) and Laura Phelps (bottom row). Dang. The two women even part their hair the same way!
At the 8:35 mark of the same video (above) is a picture of slain Sandy Hook first grade teacher Victoria Soto in the right foreground. In the background on the left is a white-haired man making a devil’s horn sign with his hand. (Note that I haven’t photoshopped the picture. It’s from CNN’s news video, labeled “Family Photos,” that is, the photo was supplied by Soto’s family.)
Here’s a screen shot I took from the video:
Below is a picture of Jennifer Greenberg Sexton (r) with a man (l) identified as Michael Greenberg (Jennifer’s dad):
Same head posture; same glaring eyes. Are devil’s horn man and Michael Greenberg the same person?
Remember the pic of Richard and Jennifer (Greenberg) Sexton and their daughter? Here it is again. Take a good look at the girl’s face:
Here’s a pic of Jennifer Greenberg Sexton with two girls. The one on the left looks to be an older version of the young girl in the photo above. The older girl on the right is said to be Samantha Sexton:
Here’s a photo of 5 children, said to be the Sexton-Greenberg kids. Do the girls look familiar to you? The girl on the left looks like Samantha Sexton in the photo above. Note the smiling dark-haired boy, the second boy from Samantha. Let’s call him the Greenberg boy.
Beginning at the 3:45 mark in the video below, a reporter is interviewing the siblings of slain teacher Victoria Soto. Pay special attention to the boy Carlos Matthew Soto (5:00 mark) and the older girl, Carlee Soto (5:28 mark):
Does Carlos Matthew Soto (l) look like an older version of the Greenberg boy (r)?
Does Carlee Soto (l) look like an older version of Samantha Sexton (r)?
What are the chances (statistical probability) that so many members of one family in Florida, that of actress Jennifer Greenberg Sexton, look like members of two other families — the Phelps and Sotos — thousands of miles away in Newtown, Connecticut?
What do you think?
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