Category: Sandy Hook

Professor fired for questioning Sandy Hook

Ask a question, lose your job Freedom of speech and thought in academia Tenured professor James Tracey has been fired by Florida Atlantic University for questioning the accuracy of reporting about Sandy Hook and other mass shootings. Here’s an interview with him that sums up his position and his methodology. It’s now a firing offense to be a reasonable person who asks reasonable questions. Actually, this has always been the case in academia. Most people in that profession learn early that if they want to advance their careers and keep their jobs they best toe the party line. Brasscheck...

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School security expert: “Sandy Hook was a hoax”

Threatened with arrest for asking questions “The pieces of the puzzle don’t fit” Wolfgang W. Halbig is not a conspiracy theorist. He’s a former Florida State Trooper and was an Inspector for US Customers. He went on to become a teacher, dean, assistant principal, and school principal. He was also the Director for School Safety and Security for the Seminole County Public Schools, a school district of approximately 65,000 students. The U.S. Department of Justice has hired him to train over 3,500 school police officers, school superintendents and school principals. He doesn’t buy the Sandy Hook story. He says...

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The Sandy Hook story does not add up

The content starts at 10:00 Pardon the excessive commercials The story, as told, is physically impossible Joyce Riley, the producer of “Beyond Treason” a film about experimentation on US troops, interviews an expert in armed operations. There are so many problems with the official story. Here are just a few big ones: 1. The deranged young man who allegedly committed this crime weighed about 120 pounds. If you calculate all the weapons and ammo the shooter was said to be carrying, it would have weighed nearly as much as him. 2. Breaking into (or shooting open) secured doors such...

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