A Memorial Sign Honoring a Sandy Hook Shooting Victim Was Stolen. Then the Girl's Mother Got a Horrible Phone Call.

A man claiming to have stolen a 50-pound sign at a playground dedicated to a Sandy Hook victim called the girl's mother.

Photo courtesy of The Sandy Ground Project.
Photo courtesy of The Sandy Ground Project.
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Catherine Caporusso May 13, 2014 at 04:32 PM
I apologize for using the word "idiots" to describe Sandy Hook deniers. I should have use the words "heartless monsters."
Tom Osborne May 13, 2014 at 04:41 PM
Its not a staged stunt, and the Sandy Hook slaughter of young children did occur. You or no one else in the public will ever see those the security videos because they are so incredibly graphic of the horrible scene that occurred there. I wish they would them on every TV across the land, it would end the stupid gun debate in this country once and for all!
George Murphy May 19, 2014 at 02:19 PM
I was already in touch with one of the families. I can surely tell you doubters that it did happen and, I have zero respect for anyone whom does not acknowledge the incident. Stealing the sign is just another twist of the knife.
Mi8ke Bowie May 29, 2014 at 10:43 AM
I posted earlier today, something happened? I am not from Newtown and would never post except to confront evil hoaxers. It is evil. Lately one "bowie" "thelonious" (whatever that is) has been using my first and last name in support of hoax falsehoods. At an evil place called nodisinfo.com I was appalled at the false claims made against everyone and everything. I said using my real name that I would see the site taken down. Now they seek to discredit me using my real name. I have traveled to Newtown to pay respect and honor to those lost. Do we combat this or ignore all of it? PS- the "8" in my post name is there because I have big hands, and have tried to remove it to no avail. God bless Newtown. Mike Bowie


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