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Friday, January 18, 2013


Hi Everybody!!
A big
 “ Shout Out” to all  VidBloggers, citizen investigators, newsreporters, and vidCreators over at Google You Tube!! 
Apparently people fed up with the Normal News are flocking in large numbers to view the documented news vids since December 14, 2012
(Of Course, we already knew the ‘Tube is a great site for learning anything you want on any subject!) I encourage You to open your own channel on You Tube, so you can collect your vid selections in one place and share with others. Sharing is important.  This appears to be a great movement in History for the People of America to have a voice and exchange ideas. Looks like mainstream news is a little jealous with Google’s Ratings going through the roof on the biggest news story of the century, so CNN broke the news yesterday I think, that some things could be questionable about what is going on here in America.
I thank all of You for getting involved and doing your own research for your ownself. Thank You for sharing all the blogs and all the vids.  Together, we can make a difference. Your video lineup tonight will feature several different points of view.  Together we can make a difference without guns. Some of the new SANDY NEWS VIDS below: 

Sandy Hooks Biggest Smoking Gun!


"CNN" Sandy Hook Conspiracy w/ Commentary


Sandy Hooked




Teotihuacan to Stonehenge (Through Sandy Hook School)


Helicopter Footage Before The Fake Sandy Hook Shooting Started

On This Day in History:

January 17

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia                      Events
Another SANDY, 
Behind Another MASONIC LODGE
What are the odds?? De ja vu?????

Sandy, Oregon

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Sandy is a city located in Clackamas CountyOregonUnited States, and named after the nearbySandy River. As of the 2010 census, the city had a total population of 9,570.[6]
The city serves as the western gateway to the Mount Hood Corridor.

Sandy, Oregon
—  City  —
Downtown Sandy, July 2003
Motto: "Gateway to Mount Hood"
Location in Oregon
Coordinates: 45°23′51″N 122°15′59″W
CountryUnited States


There are three schools within Sandy's city limits: Sandy Grade School, Cedar Ridge Middle School and Sandy High School. Those schools are administered by the regional Oregon Trail School District.


U.S. Route 26 runs through the middle of Sandy, forming downtown Sandy's Pioneer and Proctor Boulevards. Sandy is the northern terminus ofOregon Route 211.

[edit]Mass transit

From at least the 1940s[9] through the 1960s, bus transit service connecting Sandy with Gresham and Portland was provided by a private company named Portland Stages, Inc.[10] This service was taken over by TriMet, a then-new public agency, in 1970, and TriMet continued to provide transit service to Sandy until 2000.
Since the beginning of 2000, Sandy has operated its own public transit system, a free service called the Sandy Area Metro,[11] which connects with the Mountain Express.



Sandy has a city-run Internet utility called SandyNet,[12] which provides high-speed online access to residents.
The Sandy Post is the community's weekly newspaper, and is the official newspaper of record for the city's legal notices.[13]

[edit]Points of interest

Sandy is the home of the annual Sandy Mountain Festival, the Sandy Oktoberfest and the yearly Hometown Holiday Festival and Parade.
Sandy citizens constitute a large percentage of celebrators of Yuletide Christmas Festival Sweater Day.
Jonsrud Viewpoint, a wonderful view of Mt. Hood and the Sandy River valley. This viewpoint was donated to the City of Sandy by Philip Jonsrud, a son of early settlers and lifelong resident of Sandy.

Another school incident by a lone gunman, mentally disturbed with an assault rifle. Another gun ban.
The gunman lived in Sandy but the murders were in Stockton, California:

Cleveland School massacre

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
The Cleveland School massacre (also known as the Stockton schoolyard shooting) occurred on January 17, 1989, at Cleveland Elementary School at 20 East Fulton Street in StocktonCalifornia,United States. The gunman, Patrick Purdy, who had a long criminal history, shot and killed five schoolchildren, and wounded 29 other schoolchildren and one teacher, before committing suicide. His victims were predominantly Southeast Asian refugees.

Cleveland School massacre
LocationStockton, CaliforniaUSA
DateJanuary 17, 1989
11:59 am – 12:02 pm (PST)
TargetStudents and faculty at Cleveland Elementary School
Attack typeSchool shootingmass murder,murder-suicidemassacre,suicide attackarson
Weapon(s)Type 56 semi-automatic rifle
Taurus PT92 9mm pistol
Deaths6 (including the perpetrator)
PerpetratorPatrick Purdy


Patrick Purdy
The perpetrator of the shooting, Patrick Edward Purdy (November 10, 1964 – January 17, 1989), was an unemployed former welder and drifter. Purdy was born in Tacoma, Washington to Patrick Benjamin Purdy and Kathleen Toscano. His father was a soldier in the United States Army and was stationed at Fort Lewis at the time of his son's birth. When Patrick was two years old, his mother filed for divorce against her husband after he had threatened to kill her with a firearm. Kathleen later moved with her son to South Lake Tahoe and later toStockton, California.[2] He attended Cleveland Elementary School from kindergarten through second grade.[2][3]
Patrick's mother remarried in September 1969, though was again divorced four years later. Albert Gulart, Sr., Purdy's stepfather, said Patrick was an overly quiet child who cried often. In fall 1973, Kathleen separated from Gulart and moved with her children from Stockton to the Sacramento area. In December of that year, the Sacramento Child Protective Services were twice called to her residence, alleging Kathleen was physically abusing her children.[4] When Purdy was thirteen, he was permanently banned from his mother's house after striking her in the face.[5] He began living on the streets of San Francisco for a while, before being placed in foster care by authorities.[4] He was later placed in the custody of his father, who was living in Lodi, California at the time.[5] While attending Lodi High School, he became an alcoholic and a drug addict, and attended high school sporadically.[2][6]
On September 13, 1981, Purdy's father was killed after being struck by a car.[5] His family filed a wrongful-death suit in San Joaquin Superior Court against the driver of the car, asking for $600,000 in damages, although the suit was later dismissed. Purdy also accused his mother of taking money his father had left him, using the money to buy a car and taking a vacation to New York City, an incident that deepened the animosities between them.[7][8]
After his father's death, Purdy was briefly rendered homeless, before being placed in the custody of a foster mother in Los Angeles.[4]
Purdy had a long criminal history, which began during early adolescence. First police records of Purdy date back to 1977, when Sacramento police confiscated BB guns from then 12-year-old Purdy.[4] In June 1980, Purdy was first arrested at age 15 for a court-order violation.[5] He was arrested in the same month for underage drinking. He was later arrested for prostitution in August 1980,[9][10] possession of marijuana and drug dealing in 1982, and in 1983 for possession of an illegal weapon and receipt of stolen property. On October 11, 1984, he was arrested for being an accomplice in an armed robbery at a service station, for which he spent 32 days in the Yolo County Jail. In 1986 his mother called police after he vandalized her car for refusing to give him money for narcotics.[2][11]
In April 1987, he and his half-brother Albert were arrested for firing a semi-automatic pistol at trees in the Eldorado National Forest. At the time, he was carrying a book about the white supremacist group Aryan Nations, and told the County Sheriff that it was his "duty to help the suppressed and overthrow the suppressor."[12] Later in prison he attempted suicide twice, once by hanging himself with a rope made out of strips of his shirt, and a second time by cutting his wrists with his fingernails. A subsequent psychiatric assessment found him to suffer from very mild mental retardation, and to be a danger to himself and others.[12]
In the fall of 1987, he began attending welding classes at San Joaquin Delta College and complained about the high percentage of Southeast Asian students there. In October 1987, he left California and drifted between Oregon, Nevada, Texas, Florida, Connecticut, South Carolina, and Tennessee searching for jobs. In early 1988 he worked at Numeri Tech, a small machine shop located in Stockton, and from July to October as a boilermaker in Portland, Oregon, living in Sandy with his aunt. He also purchased the Chinese-made Type 56 used in the shooting at Sandy Trading Post, in Sandy on August 3.[13] He eventually returned to California where he rented a room at the El Rancho Motel in Stockton on December 26. After the shooting the room was found decorated with numerous toy soldiers.[2][6][7] He also purchased the 9mm Taurus pistol at Hunter Loan and Jewelry Co. in Stockton on December 28.
Police stated that Purdy had problems with alcohol and drug addiction. He was said to have been a misanthrope, and his hatred was especially directed against Asian immigrants,[12] believing that they took jobs from native-born Americans.[8][14]
According to his friends, who described him as friendly and never violent towards anyone, Purdy was suicidal at times and frustrated about the fact that he failed to "make it on his own".[12] Steve Sloan, a night-shift supervisor at Numeri Tech, stated that "He was a real ball of frustration, and was angry about everything." Another one of Purdy's former co-workers stated, "He was always miserable. I've never seen a guy that didn't want to smile as much as he didn't."[12] In a notebook found in a hotel where he lived in early 1988, Purdy wrote about himself through a self-loathing perspective: "I'm so dumb, I'm dumber than a sixth-grader. My mother and father were dumb."

The shooting

Victim Fatalities
1. Rathanar Or, age 9
2. Ram Chun, age 8
3. Sokhim An, age 6
4. Oeun Lim, age 8
5. Thuy Tran, age 6
On the morning of January 17, 1989, an anonymous person phoned the Stockton Police Department regarding a death threat against Cleveland Elementary School. At noon that day, Patrick Purdy, a disturbed drifter and former Stockton resident, began his attack by setting his Chevrolet van alight with a Molotov Cocktail after parking it behind the school, later causing the car to explode. He then moved to the school playground and began firing with his Type 56 Assault Rifle from behind a portable building. Purdy fired 106 rounds in three minutes killing five children and wounding thirty others including one teacher.[6]
All of the fatally shot victims and many of the wounded were Cambodian and Vietnamese immigrants.[15] Purdy then committed suicide by shooting himself in the head with a pistol.[1] Purdy had carved the words "freedom", "victory", "Earthman", and "Hezbollah" on his rifle, and his flak jacket read "PLO", "Libya", and "death to the Great Satin" [sic].


The multiple murders at Stockton received national news coverage and spurred calls for regulation of semi-automatic weapons. "Why could Purdy, an alcoholic who had been arrested for such offenses as selling weapons and attempted robbery, walk into a gun shop in Sandy, Oregon, and leave with an AK-47 under his arm?" Time magazine asked. They continued, "The easy availability of weapons like this, which have no purpose other than killing human beings, can all too readily turn the delusions of sick gunmen into tragic nightmares."[1] Purdy was able to purchase the weapons because the judicial system had not convicted him of any crime that prevented him from purchasing firearms. Neither had Purdy been adjudicated mentally ill, another disqualifying factor.[16]
In California, measures were taken to first define and then ban assault weapons, resulting in the Roberti-Roos Assault Weapons Control Act of 1989. On the Federal level, Congress struggled with a way to ban weapons like Purdy's aesthetically military-style rifle without being seen to also ban more sporting-looking rifles. Later in 1989, President George H. W. Bush signed an executive order (the Semi-Automatic Assault Rifle Ban) banning importation of assault weapons. The Federal assault weapons ban was enacted in 1994, and expired in 2004. President Bill Clinton signed another executive order in 1994 which banned importation of most firearms and ammunition from China.[17]

[edit]See also

External links


San Diego Police Chief William Lansdowne


Remembering the tragedy

...this is brendasue signing off from Rainbow Creek. See You next time!
Of course, one more great performance