More questions at Sandy Hook

Lanza didn’t even have an assault rifle:

After two weeks of media reports that a .223 AR-15
Bushmaster was found in the trunk of Lanza’s car, gun aficionados point
out that the rifle is not a Bushmaster, nor even an AR-class assault
weapon. Gun experts say that the weapon shown in an NBC News report is some kind of shotgun. 
Another interesting aspect of the news report pointed out by law
enforcement commenters is that the officer seems to be completely
mishandling evidence, possibly destroying valuable fingerprints and
other clues. Law enforcement commenters have indicated that proper
procedure might call for the trunk being sealed with evidence tape and
the entire car transported to a main crime lab for examination and
evidence gathering, such as dusting for prints.

This follows a bewildering change of story from the authorities as to what weapons were actually used in the shooting.

At
this point, I think it is perfectly reasonable to question if Lanza had
anything to do with the shootings beyond being one of the victims of
the real shooters.  But what about those grief-stricken parents
And why is the media still going on about assault rifles when they have
nothing to do with what supposedly happened at Sandy Hook?

I
was entirely willing to reserve judgment, but the inexplicable
anomalies are rapidly piling up again.  The pattern is readily apparent
and given the facts at hand, Occam’s Razor increasingly suggests a false
flag.  I don’t understand why anyone finds it hard to believe there are
elements in the US government who don’t hesitate to murder US citizens,
given that the Obama administration openly asserts its legal right to kill citizens at will without due process.

Let’s engage in a little outlandish legal conjecture and assume that the shootings were real.  What, one wonders, would have prevented the administration from legally placing the
children of Sandy Hook elementary school on its secret kill list and then ordering their assassination?