On this episode James is solo as he discusses one of the most important independent research reports on the Sandy Hook massacre event, “Top 10 Reasons: Sandy Hook Was an Elaborate Hoax.”
Originally published in 2014 at Veterans Today and Memory Hole Blog, the detailed essay has been revised and updated for inclusion in the new edited volume, Nobody Died at Sandy Hook, 2nd Edition, edited by Prof. Jim Fetzer and now available for purchase at MoonRockBooks.com. When Nobody Died at Sandy Hook was first released in late 2015 it Amazon.com promptly banned it from its website, even though Amazon subdivision Create Space agreed to publish and distribute the volume.
Jim Fetzer joins the program this week to discuss current false flag terror events, the 2016 US Presidential Campaign, and new edited volumes he has recently edited on the Sandy Hook massacre, the Boston Marathon bombing, the 9/11 terror attacks, and academic freedom.
Fetzer is the Knight emeritus professor of philosophy at University of Minnesota Duluth. A founding member of Scholars for 9/11 Truth, he has authored and edited over 30 books on the philosophy of science, artificial intelligence, and analyses of American political conspiracies, including the assassination of President John F. Kennedy, the plane crash of Senator Paul Wellstone, and the events of September 11, 2001.
On this pre-recorded episode James appears on the February 1, 2016 Jeff Rense Program to discuss his recent termination from Florida Atlantic University. Veteran alternative media broadcaster Jeff Rense probes the relationship between Tracy’s firing and the research Profs. Tracy and Fetzer have conducted on the Sandy Hook massacre, Boston Marathon bombing, and similar controversial events.
Fetzer’s edited volume, Nobody Died at Sandy Hook, was abruptly banned from sale by Amazon.com and dropped by Amazon’s subsidiary publishing arm Create Space in November 2016. Less than one month later FAU fired Tracy from his tenured position following publication of an inflammatory opinion piece authored by “Lenny and Vernonique Pozner,” the parents of one Noah Pozner, a purported victim in the Sandy Hook event. The Pozners claimed Tracy was harassing the couple over the death of their son. In subsequent mainstream reportage most accounts failed to explain that Tracy was responding to an illegitimate copyright infringement claim Pozner and his “HONR Network” filed with Tracy’s internet service provider in March 2015.