Death of Dan Attias
Elliot Rodgers story is almost the same as the David Attias son of Director Dan Attias kills in Isla Vista Campus in 2001
Elliott, Grandson of George Rodger
Now, let’s extrapolate a bit further and take a look at the Elliott’s grandfather, George Rodger, who was a famous photographer. He was notable for being one of the first to photograph the Holocaust. From TheCount:
Elliot Rodger was the grandson of famed British photographer George Rodger, one of the first photojournalists to arrive at the Bergen-Belsen death camp after it was liberated. He not only photographed survivors, but documented mass graves that became evidence of the mass genocide. He passed away in 1995.
Death of Scott Getzinger:
Commenter ‘seenb4in84′ brought to light the death of the propmaster named Scott Getzinger who worked on Dark Knight Rises and hails from Newtown, CT (where the Sandy Hook shootings occurred). He died in 2012 from a car accident, but the new story link seems a bit odd… Here’s StamfordAdvocate:
A 46-year-old Newtown man who worked behind the scenes on numerous blockbuster films was killed in a head-on accident on the Merritt Parkway Friday evening.
Scott Getzinger, a property master who provided props for more than 25 films, including “Spider-Man,” “Independence Day,” “The Truman Show” and the upcoming “Men in Black III” and “The Dark Knight Rises,” died at Stamford Hospital after sustaining severe injuries.
...Several days ago, Getzinger’s widow spoke at a Bipartisan Task Force Public Hearing on gun violence prevention and children’s safety in the Newtown High School, Newtown, CT, wherein she claimed her husband was killed the night after she had protested local corruption in a previous public hearing.
Shepard Ambellas writes for the blog IntelHub, Feb. 5, 2013, that Susan McGuinness Getzinger, a resident of Newtown, has come forward regarding shady actions in the Connecticut school system.
Stating that her husband, Scott Getzinger, was killed in a fatal car accident the night after she protested local corruption at a previous public hearing, Susan called out the three top administrators of the Newtown School District and mentioned a law firm’s involvement.