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Sandy Hook fundraising relief page created 3 days before shooting, Google search results confirm EDIT

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Thank you to all FB users who asked me to investigate this claim, so I did, and amazingly it's TRUE. Google search results confirm that the local Sandy Hook fundraising relief page was created three days BEFORE the actual tragic event took place. This is confirmed with screen shots of the search results. Prove it to yourself: http://www.naturalnews.com/038633_Sandy_Hook_Google_search_results_December_11.html

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katy_kay08:


 

The United Way of Western Connecticut said it rejects conspiracy theories claiming it knew about the Dec. 14 Newtown, Conn., school shooting three days in advance and leveraged that knowledge to raise money.

“It’s preposterous,” executive vice president Isabel Almeida told The Daily Caller Tuesday, dismissing what she called a “flawed” Google search result that suggests her organization issued a statement of condolence — and launched a support fund for the victims’ families — on Dec. 11.

That fund has raised more than $6 million, the group reported Jan. 4.


“United Way extends our most sincere condolences and prayers,” that statement read, “to all those families affected by the devastating events in Newtown/Sandy Hook, Connecticut. … Newtown is home. We will stand with the community and everyone affected directly and indirectly by this tragic event as we face the days and weeks ahead.”

The statement “went out the late evening hours of the 14th, probably between the hours of 10 p.m. and 11 p.m.,” Almeida told TheDC.

Asked if the statement existed in any form prior to Dec. 14, she replied that it was “obviously impossible.”

TheDC emailed a Google spokeswoman for comment, but the company has not responded.

A public relations firm contracted by the United Way of Western Connecticut, however, forwarded an email to The Daily Caller from an engineer at Google.

“This is a technical glitch on our end,” the engineer wrote. “[T]he date Google’s search engine first ‘saw’ the page was 12/14/2012 at 6:58pm. (We’re looking into a fix, but it may take some weeks.)”

Meanwhile, another Google search result is adding fuel to the fire. It shows a San Jose, Calif. woman’s private effort to raise money for the Newtown victims’ families. Google’s search result shows that Desaree Juarez’s fundraising page was created Dec. 13, one day before the shooting.

KNTV, the NBC television affiliate in San Francisco took note of it on Dec. 19; but the page, hosted on the “Go Fund Me” website, no longer exists. Google’s servers still have a record of it.

One YouTube user wrapped up both Google glitches into a presentation accusing news outlets, public safety officials and the parents of Newtown victims of a mass conspiracy.

“This thing was all made up. The entire media made it up. They’re all in cahoots. The media, the police, FEMA, the parents — every damn body — they’re all in it. And you know why they’re in it? The money. That’s not the only reason, because they like to do satanic freak-out crap, okay? But the money is one element for sure.”



Read more: http://dailycaller.com/2013/01/08/united-way-no-we-didnt-know-about-dec-14-sandy-hook-shooting-in-advance/#ixzz2HgSiadNU



by on Jan. 11, 2013 at 10:53 AM
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Citygirlk
by Gold Member on Jan. 11, 2013 at 3:51 PM

So the goverment did do it.

_ClearFruit_
by on Jan. 11, 2013 at 3:55 PM

I wonder how is it that ppl will believe the media and the news coverage story, when they don't even have the full story or facts themselves. So anything is possible to believe when it comes to things like this.

Citygirlk
by Gold Member on Jan. 11, 2013 at 3:56 PM

Google shows when things are put up, so if it says it was put up on the 11th then it was put up on the 11th.

Quoting katy_kay08:

The United Way of Western Connecticut said it rejects conspiracy theories claiming it knew about the Dec. 14 Newtown, Conn., school shooting three days in advance and leveraged that knowledge to raise money.

“It’s preposterous,” executive vice president Isabel Almeida told The Daily Caller Tuesday, dismissing what she called a “flawed” Google search result that suggests her organization issued a statement of condolence — and launched a support fund for the victims’ families — on Dec. 11.

That fund has raised more than $6 million, the group reported Jan. 4.

“United Way extends our most sincere condolences and prayers,” that statement read, “to all those families affected by the devastating events in Newtown/Sandy Hook, Connecticut. … Newtown is home. We will stand with the community and everyone affected directly and indirectly by this tragic event as we face the days and weeks ahead.”

The statement “went out the late evening hours of the 14th, probably between the hours of 10 p.m. and 11 p.m.,” Almeida told TheDC.

Asked if the statement existed in any form prior to Dec. 14, she replied that it was “obviously impossible.”

TheDC emailed a Google spokeswoman for comment, but the company has not responded.

A public relations firm contracted by the United Way of Western Connecticut, however, forwarded an email to The Daily Caller from an engineer at Google.

“This is a technical glitch on our end,” the engineer wrote. “[T]he date Google’s search engine first ‘saw’ the page was 12/14/2012 at 6:58pm. (We’re looking into a fix, but it may take some weeks.)”

Meanwhile, another Google search result is adding fuel to the fire. It shows a San Jose, Calif. woman’s private effort to raise money for the Newtown victims’ families. Google’s search result shows that Desaree Juarez’s fundraising page was created Dec. 13, one day before the shooting.

KNTV, the NBC television affiliate in San Francisco took note of it on Dec. 19; but the page, hosted on the “Go Fund Me” website, no longer exists. Google’s servers still have a record of it.

One YouTube user wrapped up both Google glitches into a presentation accusing news outlets, public safety officials and the parents of Newtown victims of a mass conspiracy.

“This thing was all made up. The entire media made it up. They’re all in cahoots. The media, the police, FEMA, the parents — every damn body — they’re all in it. And you know why they’re in it? The money. That’s not the only reason, because they like to do satanic freak-out crap, okay? But the money is one element for sure.”



Read more: http://dailycaller.com/2013/01/08/united-way-no-we-didnt-know-about-dec-14-sandy-hook-shooting-in-advance/#ixzz2HgSiadNU


Emilytrademark
by Bronze Member on Jan. 11, 2013 at 3:58 PM

 Google acknowledged the incident and called it a "glitch." A lovely, coincidental glitch.

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katy_kay08
by on Jan. 11, 2013 at 4:12 PM

if google's cataloging servers are having time stamp issues it wouldn't be immediately known.  The article below states that the first time it showed up on their servers was the evening of the 14th.  

Quoting Citygirlk:

Google shows when things are put up, so if it says it was put up on the 11th then it was put up on the 11th.

Quoting katy_kay08:

The United Way of Western Connecticut said it rejects conspiracy theories claiming it knew about the Dec. 14 Newtown, Conn., school shooting three days in advance and leveraged that knowledge to raise money.

“It’s preposterous,” executive vice president Isabel Almeida told The Daily Caller Tuesday, dismissing what she called a “flawed” Google search result that suggests her organization issued a statement of condolence — and launched a support fund for the victims’ families — on Dec. 11.

That fund has raised more than $6 million, the group reported Jan. 4.

“United Way extends our most sincere condolences and prayers,” that statement read, “to all those families affected by the devastating events in Newtown/Sandy Hook, Connecticut. … Newtown is home. We will stand with the community and everyone affected directly and indirectly by this tragic event as we face the days and weeks ahead.”

The statement “went out the late evening hours of the 14th, probably between the hours of 10 p.m. and 11 p.m.,” Almeida told TheDC.

Asked if the statement existed in any form prior to Dec. 14, she replied that it was “obviously impossible.”

TheDC emailed a Google spokeswoman for comment, but the company has not responded.

A public relations firm contracted by the United Way of Western Connecticut, however, forwarded an email to The Daily Caller from an engineer at Google.

“This is a technical glitch on our end,” the engineer wrote. “[T]he date Google’s search engine first ‘saw’ the page was 12/14/2012 at 6:58pm. (We’re looking into a fix, but it may take some weeks.)”

Meanwhile, another Google search result is adding fuel to the fire. It shows a San Jose, Calif. woman’s private effort to raise money for the Newtown victims’ families. Google’s search result shows that Desaree Juarez’s fundraising page was created Dec. 13, one day before the shooting.

KNTV, the NBC television affiliate in San Francisco took note of it on Dec. 19; but the page, hosted on the “Go Fund Me” website, no longer exists. Google’s servers still have a record of it.

One YouTube user wrapped up both Google glitches into a presentation accusing news outlets, public safety officials and the parents of Newtown victims of a mass conspiracy.

“This thing was all made up. The entire media made it up. They’re all in cahoots. The media, the police, FEMA, the parents — every damn body — they’re all in it. And you know why they’re in it? The money. That’s not the only reason, because they like to do satanic freak-out crap, okay? But the money is one element for sure.”



Read more: http://dailycaller.com/2013/01/08/united-way-no-we-didnt-know-about-dec-14-sandy-hook-shooting-in-advance/#ixzz2HgSiadNU



stacymomof2
by Ruby Member on Jan. 11, 2013 at 5:37 PM
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Natural News is not a reliable source.  I don't believe anything they print.

TranquilMind
by Platinum Member on Jan. 11, 2013 at 5:41 PM
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Oh, like the government would NEVER experiment on African American men like what happened in the fifty year Tuskeegee Syphilis Study between 1932 and 1972?  Or the radiation experiments on humans in the middle of last century for 30 or 40 years?  Or the Gulf of Tonkin lie in the 60's,where the government lied about warships engaging the North Vietnamese  to get us into the Viet Nam war, in which hundreds of thousands of lives were lost?

No, your government always has your best interests at heart and would never lie to YOU.  You are special.  It only lies to others for political expediency.   Right.

Quoting talia-mom:

1) It could be a glitch

2) To actually think the goverment would schedule a massacre of children at an insignificant elementary in order to take guns is just brain dead

3) Perhaps the original page was written on on the 11th to fundraise for something else and updated after the murders.

Quoting masonmomma:

Why?

Quoting talia-mom:

How incredibly stupid

 


littlelamb303
by Bronze Member on Jan. 11, 2013 at 5:44 PM

I tend to think that the date has been changed. I am sure it is easy to do with all the technology we have

talia-mom
by Gold Member on Jan. 11, 2013 at 5:47 PM

You didn't read number 2 very closely.

Quoting TranquilMind:

Oh, like the government would NEVER experiment on African American men like what happened in the fifty year Tuskeegee Syphilis Study between 1932 and 1972?  Or the radiation experiments on humans in the middle of last century for 30 or 40 years?  Or the Gulf of Tonkin lie in the 60's,where the government lied about warships engaging the North Vietnamese  to get us into the Viet Nam war, in which hundreds of thousands of lives were lost?

No, your government always has your best interests at heart and would never lie to YOU.  You are special.  It only lies to others for political expediency.   Right.

Quoting talia-mom:

1) It could be a glitch

2) To actually think the goverment would schedule a massacre of children at an insignificant elementary in order to take guns is just brain dead

3) Perhaps the original page was written on on the 11th to fundraise for something else and updated after the murders.

Quoting masonmomma:

Why?

Quoting talia-mom:

How incredibly stupid




katy_kay08
by on Jan. 11, 2013 at 6:15 PM

this is not the first time Google has had this type of glitch

Google News Error Aids In United Airlines Stock Drop

The Google News Blog explains an error that occurred yesterday, which hurt the stock price of United Airlines.

Google News picked up a story on the Florida Sun-Sentinel website about United filing for bankruptcy. It was an old story, but it did not contain the original date. Instead, Google found September 7, 2008 listed on the page somewhere. Due to that, Google indexed the article and listed it in Google News. It was not listed as a headline story on the home page of Google News. Nevertheless, United Airlines stock fell over 11% yesterday.

Valleywag adds that the story was a press release by “Income Securities Advisor, which in turn was distributed on the Bloomberg wire.” Google blames the listing on the date not being properly found on the article. It just goes to show you the difficulty in determining when a story is publish when there’s no trusted method that Google News or other services can depend on.

Postscript: The Tribune Company, the company behind this paper, is now pointing fingers at Google for crawling the article, when it was an old article. In short, Tribune said the URL is old, and has never changed. They said, the only new thing that happened that day, was a new link was added to it. But the content and URL has been the same since about the time it was published in the Chicago Tribune in 2002. The Tribune’s statement makes no mention that the old article has no date on the article, which is what Google’s argument is.

My personal thought it that both are somewhat to blame for this issue. Obviously, Google indexing the article as new, is what caused the stock to drop. But for the Tribune not to date their articles, well – that just seems poor.

Postscript 2: The Wall Street Journal is now reporting that the SEC will be investigating the issue. “Anytime anyone spreads false information over radio, TV, Internet message boards or chat rooms, about a public company that will raise questions as to whether someone is committing securities fraud,” said John Reed Stark, head of the SEC’s office of Internet enforcement.

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