The screen shot (l) from http://crisisactors.org/ outlines the requirements for Crisis Actors, including the Tactical Uses of Social Media in Emergency Management.
This would go a long way explaining fake Facebook pages, fake profile pictures, dummy profiles, and Twitter posts that are later found to have been taken down, altered, or spoofed.
"Crisis Actors is financed under legislation established by Republican State Senator, Steve King, a former police detective, and founder of American National Protective Services, located in Capitol Heights, MD. American National Protective Services, among its many offerings, specializes in "Emergency Operations Command & Control" to Government Agencies. (Like FEMA?)
"King, among his many contributions as a Colorado State House, and now Senate, introduced legislation to require all Colorado schools to develop plans for emergency situationsrequiring lockdowns. (cite: Wikipedia)
"King also headed a 21-member task on handling and use of DNA evidence. The task force recommended legislation, co-sponsored by King in the state house, to require that DNA evidence in capital cases be preserved.
Steve King is clearly a man with many "dogs in the hunt", so to speak, and his influence runs from the Colorado State House to the corridors of Washington, D.C., and all the way up, apparently, to Sandy Hook, CT. In fact, the more we look at Steve King, it seems he follows a business model similar to Blackwater.
As Jeff Cross pointed out in his article (Sandy Hook: It Doesn't Add Up), the Kaitlyn Roig interview with ABC News' Diane Sawyer looked fake.
As we have now researched the background of Crisis Actors, and the staged drills that have been part of an ongoing strategy by FEMA, Homeland Security, and the various adjunct State Agencies - under the color of "preparedness" - it appears we have all the ingredients for real, professional level psy-ops.
Behind the Scenes at Sandy Hook