The suspicion that the May 24, 2022 Robb Elementary School, Uvalde, Texas, shooting was a hoax is supported by the fact that within a week of the alleged shooting, local and federal officials are calling for the Robbe Elementary School to be torn down.
“I don’t think anybody’s plans are but to tear that building down,” Uvalde Mayor Don McLaughlin said, according to KXAS-TV. “I would never ask, expect a child to ever have to walk in those doors ever, ever again. That building needs to be gone.”
In a message to parents on Wednesday, Uvalde CISD Superintendent Dr. Hal Harrell said students would not be returning to Robb Elementary.
One compelling reason to tear down a school building that has been the sight of a mass shooting is to destroy any evidence that would reveal that the shooting was fake. The walls and floors would contain irrefutable proof that an actual shooting either happened or did not happen. If an actual shooting did not occur, those responsible would want to ensure that they destroy the single exhibit (the school) that proves that the shooting was a hoax.
Indeed, that is the very thing that was done after the alleged mass shooting at Sandy Hook Elementary School in Newtown, CT. The shooting allegedly happened on December 14, 2012 and the Sandy Hook Elementary School remained closed and under tight security until its demolition began on October 25, 2013.
The demolition of the Sandy Hook Elementary School involved strange security protocols. NPR reported:
Bricks will be pulverized, steel melted down and a new school built at the same location.
Demolition began this month [October 2013], though none of it is visible from the street. Security is tight — outside and in.
Newtown First Selectman Patricia Llodra says all workers at Sandy Hook must sign confidentiality agreements that “essentially says that those workers will take no photographs, they’ll remove no items, that they won’t be discussing the process on social media.”
Building materials will be processed on-site to ensure they don’t pop up for sale.
Those are strange security steps to take simply to demolish a building. But those extreme precautions make perfect sense if you are trying to cover up a hoax. The authorities wanted to make sure that any part of the building that might be used to prove that the Sandy Hook shooting was a hoax could not possibly pop up later. It seems that the authorities are taking steps to do the same thing with Robb Elementary School in Uvalde, Texas.
This pattern of destroying evidence at a crime scene has been repeated over and over again. The quick destruction by authorities of the towers at the World Trade Center after the 9/11 attacks is probably the most striking example. I explained in my book, 9/11 – Enemies Foreign and Domestic:
The remaining rubble from the WTC complex was hurriedly destroyed. The destruction of the crime scene without a proper crime survey is not an indication of incompetence but rather culpability. Identify the characters involved in the destruction of the evidence and you have identified the perpetrators. Christopher Bollyn puts the destruction of the evidence into perspective:
According to the U.S. indictment against the alleged terrorists, there were 2,976 “murder victims” on 9/11, of whom about 93 percent were murdered at the World Trade Center. This includes the 147 people said to have been on the two airliners that struck the buildings plus the 2,605 victims trapped in the towers when they were demolished. This makes the demolition of the Twin Towers the largest case of mass murder in U.S. history, but that’s not how it was handled by the authorities of the federal government or New York City. What is most appalling about the 9/11 case is how the most crucial evidence from the crime scene was confiscated and destroyed before it could be properly examined.
Oddly, on September 25, 2001, New York City Mayor Rudolph Giuliani banned all photography or video recording at the scene of the 9/11 attacks at the WTC complex unless authorized by the police commissioner. Signs were posted warning the public that it was a class-B misdemeanor to take photographs of the rubble. The claimed reason was that it was a crime scene. Of course, it was a crime scene, but that does not explain why the public could not take photographs. Taking a photograph in no way contaminates the crime scene. Furthermore, banning the taking of a photograph from a public place of a public place, crime scene or not, is quite simply unconstitutional and unprecedented. The order prohibiting taking photographs only makes sense as a way to conceal from the public the destruction of the crime scene. The reason Giuliani did not want the public taking photographs was that it became clear that the cleanup was revealing that directed energy was used in the WTC destruction.