Wednesday, January 13, 2016

Have you seen this from the Washington Post? A Sandy Hook father has reportedly been threatened with death by someone in the Sandy Hook truth movement. 

I support the Sandy Hook truth movement because their evidence, their arguments are compelling. But, that's not why I am posting this. I am posting it because I am baffled at the very idea that someone in the Sandy Hook truth movement would threaten to hurt or kill anybody. 

How does rejecting a government story about mass murder, and the expression of relief that no one actually died, incline you to want to commit murder? 

How does one denying that someone went on a maniacal rage and started killing people coincide with that person going on a maniacal rage and threatening to kill people?

In other words, the message of the article is: if you doubt there was an Adam Lanza, then you must be an Adam Lanza.

They said a woman left phone messages repeatedly threatening to kill this man, this father of one of the alleged victims. And, of course, that is very crazed; very maniacal. 

I've received threatening phone calls about my JFK work which you can hear. To me, it sounds like a computer-generated voice.


I have also been the victim of fake emails sent in my name and seemingly from my address. It can be done easily now in which it appears to the recipient to have come from your email account. In one of them, "I" threatened to beat a man with a lead pipe. His name is Jerry Dealey, who lives in Dallas, and he just about called the police on me. Fortunately, I was able to convince him that I didn't send it, that someone was impersonating me.

So, what I'm suggesting is that someone did the same thing in this case but without having to impersonate anyone in particular. In other words, the threatening messages were sent not by a Sandy Hook truther but by those opposing Sandy Hook truthers and for the purpose of making Sandy Hook truthers look like crazed maniacs and violent people. 

I know how vicious the war for JFK truth is, and I suspect that the war for Sandy Hook truth is just as vicious. I don't believe for one second that anyone in the Sandy Hook truth movement left those messages- and there isn't the tiniest shred of evidence that they did.

Are you going to assume it just because of the content of the messages? That isn't proof of anything. Won't you consider that it's a frame-up? Shame on you if you won't.      

 The father of a boy killed at Sandy Hook gets death threats from people who say the shooting was a hoax
   
In December, parents of a 6-year-old boy who was killed in the mass shooting at Sandy Hook Elementary School in 2012 wrote a letter to the Sun-Sentinel accusing a professor at Florida Atlantic University of harassing them for proof that the murders really happened. The professor, James Tracy, was fired by the university earlier this month.
Since then, the boy’s father, Lenny Pozner, has gotten several death threats.
Tracy’s alleged harassment was hardly the first, Pozner said. There’s a whole network of people who believe the media reported a mass shooting that never happened, he said, that the tragedy was an elaborate hoax designed to increase support for gun control. Pozner said he gets ugly comments often on social media, such as, “Eventually you’ll be tried for your crimes of treason against the people,” “… I won’t be satisfied until the caksets are opened…” and “How much money did you get for faking all of this?”
A few days after Tracy’s firing was announced, Pozner got several death threats. A woman (judging by the voice) left messages on his phone that sounded like, “You’re gonna die you [expletives and slurs deleted] …And what are you going to do about it? You can do absolutely nothing. … this is coming to you real soon [expletive deleted]. You going to die,” and “You [expletive deleted] look behind you, justice is coming to you real soon.”

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