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The Same Girl Is Photographed Crying At The Boston Bombing, The Aurora Massacre, and the Sandy Hook Massacre?

The Same Girl Is Photographed Crying At The Boston Bombing, The Aurora Massacre, and the Sandy Hook Massacre?

What luck could this be? Should we call her the crybaby bandit for managing to be quite available for the disaster nearest you? Maybe we should see if she is available for the next massacre. If someone is this good at acting, shouldnt she be in the next Freddy Kreuger movie if they make one?

I have stared and stared at this picture, is this really the same person?

And if so, was all three pictures taken at the three massacres as said here? It really does look like the same girl. Now we have to determine if all 3 pictures was at the massacres, or somewhere else.

I would not put the government above doing something like this. They must be getting real desperate to stage things like this even though we can see plain as day that it is staged.


Was the Same Woman at the Aurora, Sandy Hook, and Boston Tragedies?

Aurora Shooting

  • The woman in the photograph is Amanda Medek. Some photos taken of her on these steps included the caption, “Amanda Medek, who is looking for her sister Micayla, sits outside Gateway High School, Friday July 20, 2012, in Aurora, Colo.”

Sandy Hook Shooting

  • The woman shown from Sandy Hook is Carlee Soto, who had just found out her sister was dead. A caption for the iconic photo read: Carlee Soto learns that her sister Vicky Soto is among those killed in the school shooting.

Boston Bombing

  • The official caption for the image being circulated stated: Emma MacDonald and two friends were photographed at a vigil for the Boston victims.



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