After finishing the third book of my trilogy, I began evaluating the research that others had conducted regarding Sandy Hook and had a lot of legitimate questions about their claims and sources. Most of those claims were offered within a few weeks of the event and there seemed to be a predetermined consensus or group-think based on those claims. My first concern was the improbability of the accuracy and refutation of the official account of the event prior to the publication of the Connecticut State’s report. Even in the case of 9/11, most people did not immediately make assumptions but that was not the case with Sandy Hook. It seemed like a damage control operation was immediately undertaken. I recognize that the media made numerous mistakes that were pretty obvious and served as fodder for those who had suspicions about the tragedy. It certainly would not be the first or last time that the federal government has deceived the public. I felt that there was a cover-up of sorts and that it went deeper than the claim that some were making – that the government exploited the event or even orchestrated it in order to seize guns. What began as an interest became a passion and then ultimately, after of year of research, a book. The purpose of this blog is to interact with those who have read the book or have viewed some of my online research regarding the event.