Sandy Hook Hoax - Conspiracy theory professor who said Sandy Hook tragedy never happened changes his mind

Conspiracy theory professor who said Sandy Hook tragedy never happened NOW concedes some 'people undoubtedly died'

Outrageous: James Tracy claims that the timeline of the Sandy Hook tragedy shows that there was a coordinated effort to hide the 'real' story
Outrageous: James Tracy claims that the timeline of the Sandy Hook tragedy shows that there was a coordinated effort to hide the 'real' story

The so-called 'Nutty Professor' who said the Sandy Hook Elementary School shooting never happened is now willing to concede some people, indeed, lost their lives in the tragedy.
But James Tracy, a Florida Atlantic University tenured communications professor, is only seemingly willing to meet his many detractors half-way in their demands for outright contrition.
'There are certainly people that lost their loved ones, there is no doubt of that,' Tracy tells WLRN in Miami.
'If a similar tragedy were visited upon me and my family, I would be beside myself,' he reportedly said.
'But I think one of my ways of healing would be attempting to find out what went wrong, where was the failure.'
The 47-year-old professor suggested on his blog - memoryholeblog.com - the massacre at the least did not unfold in the way authorities said it did, and may not have happened at all.
'While it sounds like an outrageous claim, one is left to inquire whether the Sandy Hook shooting ever took place—at least in the way law enforcement authorities and the nation’s news media have described,' he wrote.
Outrages: Patricia Llodra (center), the town selectman for Newtown, says that Professor Tracy should be fired for his outlandish and insensitive claims
Outrages: Patricia Llodra (center), the town selectman for Newtown, says that Professor Tracy should be fired for his outlandish and insensitive claims
Tracy insinuated 'corporate media' institutions, as well as government authorities, spun official accounts of the massacre that left 26 dead, including 20 children, to drive a preconceived agenda of gun control in America.

2 Responses to “Sandy Hook Hoax - Conspiracy theory professor who said Sandy Hook tragedy never happened changes his mind”

  1. I believe that there was a shooting at Sandy Hook, although I have a sense that the media has not told the whole truth. I find it a bit suspicious that several families of victims were so focused on raising massive amounts of dollars so soon after the tragedy, capitalizing on people's compassion. On camera these people don't really appear to be grieving, which seems odd.
    I noticed a strange pattern with numbers regarding the shooting:
    20 - number of kids who were killed, and age of shooter
    56 - age of school and age of oldest victim
    6 - number of school staff killed and age of most of kids killed

    It is strange that the only survivor of Ms. Rousseau's class appears at the exact center of the class photo.

    I don't quite understand why no one else escaped murder in that class.
    Were the kids huddled because they wanted to die together after no possible escape? Did they ever try to hide and were unsuccessful? Or was there something else going on? Why did Noah get shot so many times? Was he confronting the shooter, since he was "fresh" as people were saying? Was he brave and shielding other students?
    If anyone can answer any of my questions on this blog I would appreciate. Thank you for your help, and thank you for your work in studying this case. Hopefully America will be safer in the future.

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  2. 26 dead and not 1 ambulance?????? NOT ONE PERSON WAS RUSHED TO THE HOSPITAL. THAT MAKES SENCE

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