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6-Year-Old Sandy Hook Student Survived Massacre By Playing Dead

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WHAT A SMART, BRAVE LITTLE GIRL!!

One very small, very intelligent 6-year-old was the only student in her class to survive Adam Lanza's rampage at Sandy Hook Elementary by "playing dead."

Her paster explains the first grader was "covered in blood" when police found her inside the school's most devastated classroom.

Watch the video (above) to hear this incredible little girl's heroic, tragic story.

We can't even imagine how horrible that must have been for her. NO child deserves to see what she has seen!

Our country MUST take action to see that this never happens again!

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18 comments to “6-Year-Old Sandy Hook Student Survived Massacre By Playing Dead”

  1. nationalenquirer says – reply to this


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    Is it me or didn't this use to be a "celebrity" news site ? Why now is Perez posting these tragic stories in between celebrity news ? Somehow I don't see they correlation . I actually suspect getting more "hits", click paging to be the goal more than the tragic story itslef

  2. tempe says – reply to this


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    yeah, it's funny because on the same page, he'll post a giddy story then the next posting has a story of the shooting then the next one is another giddy gossip story. Doesn't seem right.

  3. ANNOYED says – reply to this


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    STOP saying the gunman's name. You're just giving him the glorification he wanted.



  4. 4

    Re: nationalenquirer – People with a beating heart care about and cry over this story.



  5. 5

    That great she survived but I don't like saying she's very very smart while the others weren't smart enough?

  6. nik says – reply to this


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    The events of this put everything in perspective for me. So I am saying goodbye to commenting on celebrity websites after this post. Wanted to say goodbye. It's going against everything I believe in to comment any more on Lindsay or KK or Kanye or Taylor Swift. I see it as negative and wrong. It puts negative light on myself when I say I am one thing but act another way. My heart is literally broken for the families and I need to do my part in this world and it means not being here. Take Care Perezzies and Perez, it was fun but I gotta get real and be real. Heck maybe rehab!!! (JK just a joke)

  7. irvinegirl says – reply to this


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    It's Pastor. My God, learn to spell if you're going to become an actual professional blogger. I thought you went to college.



  8. 8

    Re: jessincasefieldsucks – people do care I absolutely agree! However this is a celebrity blog, or its supposed to be anyway. Sensationalizing stories is what this blog does best, and its not for the readers benefit rather to generate more hits and more money for Perez. It becomes exhausting to read about this everywhere. Exhausting and not healhy. I have shed a thousand tears for these children..sometimes you need an escape, and that's why this should remain what its supposed to be. A celebrity blog.

  9. nationalenquirer says – reply to this


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    Re: jessincasefieldsucks – You idiot, the poi nt being…this is a Celebrity news site as evidenced at the top of the page, NO ONE ever said Perez didn't care just commenting that he now he's a NEWS site-which he ain't. It makes no sense to sandwich tagedy and celebrity news together.

  10. michy says – reply to this


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    Re: nationalenquirer – i agree!

  11. shelby says – reply to this


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    This girl's survival has nothing to do with 'divine intervention'. She used her wits, plain and simple.

  12. T says – reply to this


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    I stopped watching as soon as the reporter asked him what she saw in there.

  13. jeff says – reply to this


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    'devine intervention' ? This had nothing to do with a god or angels. If that was the case all of these innocent kids would still be here, not just 1.



  14. 14

    Re: nik – People like you are the hope of the future. Good luck in your transition! Thank for the positivity!

  15. teeter totter says – reply to this


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    Re: nationalenquirer – The whole nation mourns and who cares if Perez posts it on his website, it is his to do as he wants with it. Why should I have to be relegated to CNN (which I have read twice)?

  16. lindalisa886 says – reply to this


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  17. Marley says – reply to this


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    To all the kids and adults that didn't make it will hopefully rest in peace knowing they tried their best and will always be remembered. But also to the families that didn't get their loved one home we need to help comfort them but nothing will fulfill their pain.

  18. Kindness says – reply to this


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    Re: jeff – if u actually read the bible Romans 8-9, God gives humanity the choice to do good or bad. It's our choice to pick up a gun and kill, it's our choice to murder, rape or cause pain. So when people like you say those kids would have been alive if god intervened, don't know the first thing about god. Those children would have lived if that person didn't make the choice to pick up those guns and kill, and please don't say mental illness. Evil is what evil is.