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article imageSocial Security records show Newtown shooter dead before massacre

By Eric Morales     Jan 30, 2013 in Odd News
Conspiracy theorists have more suspicions to raise, a simple search of death records from the Social Security Death Index shows that Adam Lanza was recorded dead a day before the Newtown school massacre.
The Social Security Death Index (SSDI) is a database of death records created from the United States Social Security Administration's Death Master File Extract. Most people who have died since 1936 and who had a Social Security number issued to them will show up on the Social Security Death Index. To appear in the database a decedent's death must be reported to the Social Security Administration.
The SSDI is said to be updated frequently and is compiled of millions of records.
Unlike the Death Master File, the SSDI is available free from several genealogy websites. The SSDI is a popular tool for genealogists and biographers to obtain old records.
Screenshot: Taken 1/30/2013
Screenshot: Taken 1/30/2013
Genealogy Bank
A search of the SSDI on Genealogy Bank, for Sandy Hook Elementary School mass shooter Adam P. Lanza shows a file belonging to a man born in New Hampshire. Which is where Nancy Lanza gave birth to her son on April 22nd in 1992 at Exeter Hospital. The file would appear to be that of Adam Lanza, except one glaring discrepancy. The date of death for the 20-year-old is listed as Thursday December 13th, 2012 a whole day before the Newtown massacre took place.
The record goes on to say that Adam P. Lanza was 20-years, seven months and twenty-one days old, the confirmation of his death is listed as: proven.
Recently a professor at Florida Atlantic University caught the ire of the media for claiming the Sandy Hook massacre was a hoax. James Tracy has stated that he believes that the Obama administration employed actors in their effort to stage the school shooting in Connecticut, according to the Huffington Post.
Alex Jones, radio host and filmmaker, who appeared on Piers Morgan Tonight and got into a heated debate over gun control, also doubts the official story of the Sandy Hook shooting.
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