SANDY HOOK - BULLETS HIT TEACHER'S CAR; ROUSSEAU A...
Coverage of the event by the modest local weekly the Newtown Bee is most revealing in its combined discrepancies, vagueness, and brevity. In a December 14 article unidentified school personnel were floridly commended for their courage. Among them were school principal Dawn Hochsprung, who recounted to Bee Editor John Voket how “a masked man entered the school with a rifle and started shooting multiple shots – more than she could count – that went ‘on and on.’” The problem with the account was that it conflicted with a subsequent storyline where Hochsprung was the first to be killed by the gunmen. Three days later the paper issued a retraction and revised the story further. No additional explanation was provided concerning what party Volkert spoke to and quoted at the crime scene, suggesting from the onset a partly botched attempt at establishing a well-worn storyline. Sandy Hook School Massacre Part II: Continued Ambiguity and Augmented Realities by James F. Tracy
[2012 Dec Media] She threw herself in front of the gunman to save her students: Astonishing story of the brave teacher who died protecting children from 'deeply disturbed' killer Diane Day, a school therapist, told the Wall Street Journal that she and several other teachers were in a meeting with Mrs Hochsprung and Mrs Sherlach when the shooting began. 'We were there for about five minutes chatting and we heard, "pop pop pop,"' she said. 'I went under the table.' The principal and the school psychologist had other ideas. They jumped out of their seats and ran toward the sound of the gunfire. 'They didn’t think twice about confronting or seeing what was going on,' Ms Day said. Rabbi Shaul Praver told MSNBC that Mrs Hochsprung and Mrs Sherlach were killed execution-style.