By Anne Berg, 7/14/22
Sandy Hook celebrated “Take Our Daughters to Work Day” on December 14, 2012. The occasion came a bit late that year, missing the founders’ intention in 1992 of honoring young daughters on the fourth Thursday in April every year. Among those well-intentioned women we find Gloria Steinem and the Ms. Foundation for Women.
Twenty years later, in 2012 to be exact, the ultimate “Take Our Daughters to Work Day” took place in tiny Sandy Hook, Connecticut; a village that became a household name. Corporate media in every nook and cranny of the world reported on a massacre at an elementary school in aforementioned Sandy Hook. The day was Friday December 14, 2012, exactly 232 days after Steinem & Co’s intended April date for bringing daughters to work.
So, who brings their young daughter to a mass killing site of mostly young children, while working and coordinating this horrific event? An FBI agent, that’s who. Say what?
Alicia Hannan worked for the FBI and also performed duties as assistant to the Dean of the Henry C. Lee College of Criminal Justice and Forensic Sciences. She is photographed in Sandy Hook; sporting a name tag, the obligatory water bottle and instructing her young daughter to show a sad face. Ms. Hannan and her daughter did not live in Sandy Hook and her daughter did not attend the Sandy Hook Elementary School. What is her daughter doing at this crime scene then? Perhaps just for a photo op to augment the official story around the massacre.
Give us a sad face!
It’s a wrap, with Grandma’s approval.
That this is Alicia’s daughter can be confirmed from her husband Gregg Hannan’s Facebook posts.
The young daughter may still make it to Hollywood. In 2021, when she was probably 15, she and her sister were photographed scantily clad in true tinsel town fashion.
Interestingly, Wolfgang Halbig has been provided photos of similarly clad young women who have told him they are the girls “killed” in the Sandy Hook Elementary school shooting.