Saturday, May 5, 2018

The Real Connecticut: More on the Sandy Hook "Psych Op" ©

In June 2014, I wrote about connections among psychotherapists and emergency responders in the Sandy Hook caper.  Reader, you will do well to review that blog post before reading this one! 

Primo investigator Anne Berg has uncovered more ties.  She found this obituary of Anna Margaret Doherty, and we learn that Sandy Hook emergency response coordinator Maureen Will and psychotherapist Patricia Doherty Hubbs are sisters!  As I had pointed out, they co-own two key properties right across from Sandy Hook School.  We also learn Anna Doherty was a supervisor at the creepy Fairfield Hills Hospital, a mental institution now closed.  Medical staff records at this hospital appear to be restricted.  I wonder why?  We do know that Sandy Hook actor Gene Rosen was a psychologist at Fairfield Hills, though.  So now we are seeing what these people do when they are released into the world (and I am talking about the staff, not the inmates).

Photographer Shannon Hicks is now "Shannon Will," so she married either Maureen or John, we don't know which!  Or maybe they adopted her.  I previously reported that the three of them were "associated" at 2 Zoar Rd.  Maureen is director of emergency communications in Newtown and cut her teeth early in law enforcement.  Shannon, of course, is not only the photographer who took the only photo of children "evacuating" on Dec. 14, 2012 ever published in any newspaper, but associate editor of the Newtown Bee as well as a firefighter herself!  Lord help us if we need her to crawl into a tight space to effect a rescue.


By the way, Sandy Hook Volunteer Fire and Rescue does not even show that it received any calls on Dec. 14, 2012.

***Update to the update, 5/5/18:  Here is really BIG news:  Anna Margaret Doherty is connected to the Champion property at 44 Depot Rd. in Kingston, New Hampshire--and thus to Nancy Lanza!   "Champion" is the maiden name of Nancy Lanza.  Her mother Dorothy Champion supposedly subdivided the property on Depot Road to make 44 and 46 Depot Road; and Nancy's brother, James Champion, lives at 46 Depot Rd.

I found, using whitepages.com, that Anna M. Doherty was, until 2005, using the address of P.O. Box 752, Sandy Hook, CT  06482.  Here is a screenshot.

This same post office box--P.O. Box 752, Newtown, CT  06470--is typed in on the deed to 44 Depot Rd. given by Gary John and Maria Buttafoco to Alexander and Doraliza Isgut.  I had to take screenshots of this deed from the county registrar's records.  (Here are most of the other two pages.)  This website says that the fact there are two zipcodes and town names is immaterial--you can use either one for mail to Sandy Hook.  My first Sandy Hook post talked about these Depot Road conveyances.

Thus, Maureen Will--the emergency response coordinator for Newtown, who played a significant role in the Sandy Hook affair--and her sister Patricia Doherty Hubbs are directly linked to the Lanzas, through ownership of 44 Depot Rd. in Kingston, NH, and a post office box in their mother's name in Newtown.

The P.O. box number is the more suspicious, because all post office boxes have at least five digits these days, the first two being the same as the last two of the zipcode.  I asked the Newtown postmaster, "Tony," how many boxes were at his post office, so I could figure out the probability that two individuals connected with the Sandy Hook operation could be using the same box just by virtue of random assignment, and he didn't know--refused to give me a number and would not just go out and check--but agreed there were "over 3,000."  Three-thousand post office boxes would require at least 5,000 square feet of wall space, by my reckoning, given the boxes can't reach to the ceiling, which means 25 walls each 10' high and 20' long; and 15.5" deep.  No way.

But assuming 3,000 boxes, and 100 people in Newtown involved in the caper, the probability that two of those involved have the same P.O. box due to random assignment is .0011, effectively zero (using Fisher's exact test).  And of course the probability of two showing up in the chain of title for the same piece of property in New Hampshire as a random event is also zero.

This is a sophisticated criminal enterprise with many layers of concealment, and government involvement so deep it extends even to the Newtown post office.
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Anne Berg has further found that John Will's brothers David and Alan were in trouble with the law, interestingly in 2011 and 2012, right before the psy op.  Was "the law" putting the screws on John to keep quiet about what he knew?  Or were David and Alan treated leniently in return for John (and Maureen's) participation?  We don't know what happened in their cases.  The reports follow:

Brookfield awning business owner arrested on larceny charge

Updated 10:34 pm, Friday, September 30, 2011
NEW MILFORD -- A Brookfield man was arrested Thursday on a warrant stemming from a complaint that he was contracted to do some awning work, but after the homeowner gave him a deposit he did not perform the service, police said. David Will, 46, of Dorset Lane, whose business is Professional Awnings of Brookfield, was hired to install awnings and after several attempts to contact him when he did not come to do the work, the victim called the police and an arrest warrant was obtained, police said. Will was charged in the warrant with third-degree larceny. He was released on a $3,000 bond to appear in the state Superior Court in Bantam on Oct. 11.

Man charged with withholding wages

Staff reports
Updated 11:21 pm, Wednesday, March 28, 2012
BROOKFIELD -- Police arrested a 46-year-old local man last week on a warrant stemming from charges that he withheld wages, authorities said.
David Will, of Dorset Lane, was taken into custody and charged with failure to produce records and pay wages and overtime, according to a police press release issued Monday.

Will was later released on a written promise to appear Tuesday in state Superior Court in Danbury.

The arrest occurred March 21, the culmination of a joint investigation between the state Department of Labor and Brookfield police, the release said.

No further details were available about the arrest or the preceding investigation.

Alan Will, brother of John and David, also in trouble with the law:

Brookfield man charged with DUI

Published 11:39 pm, Monday, January 3, 2011
NEW MILFORD -- A 49-year-old Brookfield man was charged with drunken driving Sunday in New Milford.

Police said Alan Will, of Dorset Lane, was observed speeding on Danbury Road and drifting from lane to lane at approximately 1:50 a.m. Sunday.

The officer who stopped him said Will displayed signs of being under the influence of drugs and/or alcohol.

Will was charged with operating a motor vehicle under the influence of liquor and/or drugs or both, speeding and making a restricted turn.

He was released on a written promise to appear, with a court date of Jan. 10.