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Newtown Tax Assessors Database: ‘The whole town of Sandy Hook was bought off on Christmas Day 2009′, says investigator

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Tax records prove that families involved in the Sandy Hook school shooting were given free houses for Christmas 2009

By Shepard Ambellas

NEWTOWN, Conn. (INTELLIHUB) — That’s right, on Christmas Day of 2009, when just about every business in the country was closed, numerous real estate transactions for the amount of $0.00 (free) took place in and around the town, most of which included families or public figures, such as Gene Rossen, who were in some way connected to the Sandy Hook Elementary School shooting.

“Everybody gets a house for free”, factitiously said one Youtuber in a recent video posted on his channel after researching claims by others, like Youtuber LogicBeforeAuthority, who may have cracked open another part of the mystery surrounding the Sandy Hook Elementary School shooting which took place Dec. 14 2012.

In a conclusive video titled Sandy Hook School Shooting Actors Got FREE Houses, LogicBeforeAuthority documents and explains how many of the “actors” who were allegedly involved in the Sandy Hook school shooting were actually given rather large Christmas presents in 2009, inheriting their homes for free.

Shockingly in the video, LogicBeforeAuthority continues on to expose the Hubbard family, parents of Caroline Hubbard, who according to the Youtuber, “took the money and run”, selling their Christmas present for $365,000 cash, turning it over into another new house across town.

The Youtuber also questions if any of these “psychopath actors” may be using new legal names as they may still be living in the area.

Insanely, all of this points to a highly organized, covert, operation, likely ran by the C.I.A., possibly using corporations such as GE Capitol and their operatives as fronts to further push the issue of gun control amongst the populace of the united States. In fact GE’s connection was first reported on Nov. 18, 2013 by News Times in an article titled GE surprise: $15 million for Newtown. An excerpt from the article details the rather large donation, reading:

General Electric executives told town leaders the Fairfield-based company will donate $15 million in a multiyear grant to design and build a community center for Newtown residents.

First Selectman Pat Llodra said she expects the center will be located on the town-owned Fairfield Hills campus, near the Municipal Center.

Llodra said this “great goodness” from a company that employs some 150 local residents left her teary-eyed. The announcement was made just before the regular Board of Selectmen‘s meeting.

To no surprise, all of this has some wondering what is so important about the region. Why the push to continue efforts in the area? Maybe it was some sort of give and take deal. You scratch my back and I’ll scratch yours, sort of thing.

So is GE in bed with the C.I.A., or is the C.I.A. embedded in GE?

One thing is for sure, after the Sandy Hook shooting GE was caught halting financing to gun shops, validating this article yet further. In fact, Ernest Scheyder reported on April 25, 2013 in an article titled GE Halts Financing to Gun Shops Following Sandy Hook:

General Electric discovered it was financing a small number of firearm purchases in the wake of the Newtown, Conn., school shootings — despite deciding five years ago to avoid the practice — and moved to stop future loans, the company said on Wednesday.

Many of the conglomerate’s employees live in or near Newtown, about 25 miles from GE’s Fairfield, Conn., headquarters. Peter Lanza, the father of the Newtown gunman, is a General Electric Co. (GE) executive.

The company’s GE Capital unit stopped providing consumer financing in 2008 at retailers whose primary business was firearms, except to less than 75 grandfathered businesses. After Newtown, it stopped financing even those handful of stores, spokesman Russell Wilkerson said Wednesday.

Now, due to the paper trail, some can see how all of this sets a motive for the state-sponsored corporation, factions of the U.S. government, including the C.I.A., to pull together for one massive smoke and mirrors display.

Not to mention the final icing on the cake — the town was awarded $50 million to rebuild the school as reported by USA Today.

Follow the money.

Other C.I.A./GE connections:

“John Francis “Jack” Welch, Jr. (born November 19, 1935) is an American business executive, author and chemical engineer. He was chairman and CEO of General Electric between 1981 and 2001. During his tenure at GE, the company’s value rose 4000%. In 2006, Welch’s net worth was estimated at $720 million. When he retired from GE he took a severance payment of $417 million, the largest such payment in history.”, reported Wikipedia

However per the C.I.A.’s own website, according to Zefram Cochran in an article he wrote titled When Jack Welch Was Deputy Director for Intelligence:

Jack Welch became Deputy Director for Intelligence (DDI) after long service at General Electric. For me, a longtime student of management theory—especially Welch’s—his arrival offered much promise. Amazingly, his arrival also led to the seeming fulfillment of an old dream of mine, service as the DDI’s executive assistant. So forgive me, if I can’t help but look back on his four years as DDI with fondness.

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Ambellas, Shepard - Bio IconShepard Ambellas is the founder and editor-in-chief of Intellihub News and the maker of SHADE the Motion Picture. You can also find him on Twitter and Facebook. Shepard also appears on the Travel Channel series America Declassified.
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  • jfm5959

    Didn’t this have something to do with a computer app?

    I’m not convinced.

  • bob

    Dude, this is obviously a bad CIA joke.

    The headline reads “imagined” and
    it’s dated “2017″

    When Jack Welch Was Deputy Director for Intelligence
    Remembering an Imagined DDI

    Washington, DC, September 2017:

  • BlueBasset

    What kind of computer ‘app” are you talking about? This was 2009. Maybe regular electronic transfer… but an app? Come On!

  • yochanan

    Obviously a typo, should read 2007. See the bottom of the article:

    Historical Document

    Posted: Apr 14, 2007 08:31 PM

    Last Updated: Jun 26, 2008 03:01 PM

  • Wesman Todd Shaw

    Never believe anything said or implied by government – it’s that simple.

  • Snapped Stovepipe

    This is indeed a partial database error. It happens quite frequently. I’ve abstracted title in 9 states and seen similar errors in all of them. The obvious proof is in the Book/Page references within your video. Notice that they vary? If these purported zero dollar transactions all occurred on 12/25/2009 then the Book/Pages would be sequential. They are not, in fact you show Books in the 300′s and other Books in the 800′s. If I get back to the East Coast I will go pull the docs, and look for relevant mortgages as well. Or, you can contact the Register/Registrar of Deeds and they will retrieve and fax/email the docs to you for a small fee. Then, you will see the proof that these transactions occurred on various dates, and indeed there were sale prices attached. Sorry, but this is truth, and ANY abstractor/landman would tell you the same. No mystery or conspiracy regarding 12/25/2009, just a database error. Anyone doubting this can simply call the County Register and confirm for themselves. Or believe this nonsense assertion based on ignorance of title.

  • BlueBone

    Never believe anything said or implied by Intellihub – it’s that simple

  • BlueBone

    darned time travelers

  • joefriday

    ” Accept this generosity of your Godfather as a token of his friendship . Someday you may be called upon to do a service for your Godfather . That day may never come but until then accept this gift . “

  • schlomo

    As “SnappedStovepipe” below says, you can’t rely on some website’s tax assessment data for this. You need to go look at the actual paper deeds and records. It could be some glitch with getting the data on the website, though I know the video asserts it is not a glitch but there is not much real investigative work beyond the guy simply looking at a website where the sales price for many houses is listed as “0″. The primary sources are the paper deeds, transfers of sales, etc not a website. I don’t know why the Powers that Be would not just give these people stacks of cash which could not be traced rather than have all the paper trails. At least call the tax assessors or town, or a real estate attorney and ask why it appears everyone got a free house. There could be a legitimate reason, such as ‘there is a problem with the website but you can come down and see the paper records.” That said, I do not believe the Sandy Hook story and lean towards it being organized as a realistic active shooter drill. I generally agree the Sandy Hook story, or parts of it, is false but I am saying the investigative work would not hold up in a court. Better to do some solid investigative work than have your allegations debunked, which then calls into question everything else about the case. Call people, meet people, see real deeds. Don’t rely on a website that could have a programming glitch. Everyone is quick to make long complex videos with grand conspiracies but won’t do any real legwork or phone work, nor have professionals play devil’s advocate before posting to the internet. That’s why so much gets debunked and alternative thinkers get the tin foil hat jibes. And when you call the homeowners criminals you open yourself to defamation lawsuits.

  • Jain Hayles

    You people are despicable, in addition to being raving maniacs. Fuck. You. All.