Major William Podgorski, one of the lead investigators of the events at Sandy Hook School in Connecticut, has died suddenly of undisclosed causes.
His obituary reads:
A state police major from Farmington died Monday at Yale-New Haven Hospital after a brief illness.
William Podgorski, 49, was commander of the state police western district, which includes the barracks in Canaan, Litchfield, Southbury and Bridgeport.
Trooper Kelly Grant said Podgorski underwent surgery on Friday, and then was transferred to Yale-New Haven, where he died. She said she did not know the cause of Podgorski’s death.
Podgorski was a 24-year veteran of the state police and served in a variety of assignments, including the traffic division, the forensic lab, the governor’s security detail and homeland security.
He is survived by his wife and three children, aged 11, 12 and 14. (source)
Many people believe that Sandy Hook was a hoax geared towards scaring the public into giving up their guns. Given the recent public outcry against the official narrative, those who are suspicious will likely have a lot of questions about the sudden illness and death of a 49 year old man who had the inside scoop. The skeptics will be certainly be waiting with bated breath to hear about Podgorski’s cause of death.
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