On the morning of December 14, Gene Rosen, a retired psychologist in Newtown Connecticut, had just finished feeding his cat when he noticed six elementary school students sitting in a semi-circle at the end of his driveway. A school bus driver was with the students, telling them everything would be okay. It was just past 9:30 a.m., and the students had fled from the school after Adam Lanza had shot his way into the school and opened fire, killing 20 children and six adults.
Rosen let the children inside his house, and gave them toys to play with, while he tried to contact their parents.
In the days following the Newtown shootings, Rosen gave several interviews, mostly talking about the bravery of the children.
Turns out that was a mistake, because conspiracy investigators believe there is some inconsistency in what Rosen has said. Conclusion: he must be part of the conspiracy to fake the Newtown shootings:
“I don’t know what to do,” Gene Rosen told Salon.com. “I’m getting hang-up calls, I’m getting some calls, I’m getting emails with, not direct threats, but accusations that I’m lying, that I’m a crisis actor, ‘How much am I being paid?'”
[H]is inbox is filled with emails like this one:
How are all those little students doing? You know, the ones that showed up at your house after the ‘shooting’. What is the going rate for getting involved in a gov’t sponsored hoax anyway?
.These people are seriously sick.