CNN Caught Red Handed! Why Was CNN Using Fake Sandy Hook Footage? (Updated – New Video)

Why was CNN running fake Sandy Hook school shooting footage during their initial report? According to this excellent story on Digital Journal, anyone with Google Earth can examine the property layout of Sandy Hook elementary school and tell that footage used by CNN in this school shooting video report below that shows police running to the scene of the shooting is NOT SANDY HOOK elementary school.

Compare the images below! Why was CNN using it in their report? Why in the world would this CNN segment be called ‘Keeping Them Honest’? If this is the idea of honesty that CNN has in mind, who needs them?

Much more of this excellent story from Digital Journal here:
At the words “they arrived to carnage,” the CNN Anderson Cooper report cuts to helicopter footage of seven police officers charging across a parking lot and toward a school. The report says it’s breaking news coverage of the shooting just hours earlier.
The three-minute report posted on the day after the shootings at the official CNN website is entitled “Tragedy Strikes at Elementary School.” But the school is almost certainly not Sandy Hook.

It is St. Rose of Lima School, a private school a few miles away, also in Newtown.

The clip was run on CNN’s “Anderson Cooper 360.” The theme of Cooper’s 360 program is “Keeping them honest.”
CNN report, “Tragedy Strikes at Elementary School,” screen shot at 8 seconds, police storming building

For anyone who wants to investigate this obvious fraud CNN is perpetuating upon the masses on Google Earth, I’ve included the GPS co-ordinates of St. Rose of Lima School below. We truly need Americans to start asking questions en masse.

What is really going on?
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