(December 18, 2012) Facebook suspends account for questioning official narrative on shooting
Despite the fact that the mainstream media got key facts wrong in early reporting.
Facebook is suspending user accounts that question the official narrative behind the Sandy Hook school massacre, following a warning by Connecticut State Police spokesman Lt. J. Paul Vance that "misinformation" posted on social media sites could result in prosecution.
An image posted in the aftermath of the shootings that questioned whether "a clumsy 20-year-old autistic kid" could have pulled off the murders of 26 people was deleted and the user’s account hit with a three day suspension.
"I was informed the reason for this punishment was the result of a meme I had shared," writes the editor of SecretsOfTheFed.com. "Facebook told me it "...violates Facebook's Statement of Rights and Responsibilities". I was further warned that "If you continue to abuse Facebook's features, your account could be permanently disabled.