FIRST EDITION BANNED BY AMAZON NOVEMBER 2015
Nobody Died At Sandy Hook
(Second Edition—Expanded and Revised)
It was a FEMA Drill to Promote Gun Control
Proof it was a drill was right before our eyes:
the sign, “Everyone must check in!”
boxes of bottled water and pizza cartons
Port-a-potties present from scratch
many wearing name tags on lanyards
parents bringing children to the scene
Proof it wasn’t a massacre was also there:
no surge of EMTs into the building
no Med-Evac helicopter was called
no string of ambulances to the school
no evacuation of 469 other students
no bodies placed on the triage tarps
The best students and scholars of Sandy Hook have contributed to this collection:
* Vivian Lee, Ph.D. * Sterling Harwood. J.D., Ph.D. * Nick Kollerstrom, Ph.D. *
* Tony Mead * James F. Tracy, Ph.D. * Kelly Watt * Mike Palecek *
* Dr. Eowyn, Ph.D. * Alan William Powell * Jim Fetzer, Ph.D. *
And featuring Sophia Smallstorm, Paul Preston and Wolfgang Halbig
It has been edited by Jim Fetzer, former Marine Corps officer and Distinguished McKnight Professor Emeritus at UMD, and Mike Palecek, who has committed his life to the search for truth and justice.
Softcover, 455 pages, 280 photos, B&W: $20, $30 with Dr. Fetzer’s autograph, $50 with Dr. Fetzer’s inscription
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Dr. Eowyn, Ph.D., professor emeritus of political science at a U.S. university and author of university press books and countless peer-reviewed articles, maintains the site fellowshipoftheminds.com, where more than 80 articles on Sandy Hook are archived, including (among her more recent) “BBC admits but will not investigate why pic of Sandy Hook’s Noah Pozner is among Peshawar massacre victims” (7 January 2015), “Sandy Hook: The boys who were evacuated TWICE” (26 January 2015), “Citizen speaks out on Sandy Hook hoax at Connecticut State committee hearing” (6 March 2015), “Former state trooper Wolfgang Halbig files Sandy Hook lawsuit” (8 March 2015), “Sandy Hook families sue Lanza estate, as Newtown demolishes the Lanza home” (18 March 2015), “Sandy Hook dad Lenny Pozner’s website redirects to Obama regime’s NSA” (7 July 2015), and “Sandy Hook families each gets $94K to settle lawsuits against Lanza estate” (21 August 2015).
Jim Fetzer earned his Ph.D. in the history and philosophy of science. A former Marine Corps officer, he has published widely on the theoretical foundations of scientific knowledge, computer science, artificial intelligence, cognitive science, and evolution and mentality. McKnight Professor Emeritus at the University of Minnesota Duluth, he has also conducted extensive research into the assassination of JFK, the events of 9/11 and the plane crash that killed Sen. Paul Wellstone. The founder of Scholars for 9/11 Truth, his latest books include The Place of Probability in Science (with Ellery Eells, 2010) plus And I Suppose we didn’t go to the Moon, either? (2015), which was his 30th. He has also published more than 30 articles about Sandy Hook.
Sterling Harwood, J.D., Ph.D. has served as a practicing attorney in San Jose, CA since 1998. He has tenure as an adjunct Professor at Evergreen Valley College after teaching at: Cornell Law School, Lincoln Law School, San Jose State University, Illinois State University, San Jose City College, and Hobart and William Smith Colleges. His books include: Crime and Punishment: Philosophic Explorations (with Michael J. Gorr, 2000), Businesses Ethical and Business as Usual (1996), Judicial Activism: A Restrained Defense (1996), and Controversies in Criminal Law (with Michael J. Gorr, 1992). Since 1989 he has published dozens of essays in legal, moral and political philosophy. His most recent essays are “Did ‘Tricky Dick’ Land Men on the Moon?” and “The Beatles’ Greatest Mystery” in And I suppose we didn’t go to the Moon, either? (2015).
Nicholas Kollerstrom, Ph.D., has two history of science degrees, one from Cambridge 1968, plus a Ph.D. from London, 1995. An honorary member of staff of UCL for 11 years, he was in 1999 elected as a Member of the New York Academy of Sciences. A Fellow of the Royal Astronomical Society, he has several dozen articles on the history of astronomy in academic journals. His book, Terror on the Tube (3rd edition, 2011), establishes that the accused Islamic youth were innocent of the 2005 London bombings. Breaking the Spell: The Holocaust, Myth and Reality (2014), demonstrates that the official narrative of WWII cannot be sustained. He contributed four chapters to And I suppose we didn’t go to the Moon, either?. His latest book, The Life and Death of Paul McCartney 1942-66: A Very English Mystery (2015), has just appeared.
Vivian Lee, Ph.D., the nom de plume of a tenured professor at an American university whose research interests include war, psyops, and propaganda, with a current focus on false flag terrorism and shootings along with the media’s role in these staged events. The Sandy Hook and Boston Marathon narratives figure prominently due to their significant impact on U.S. national policy, their importance for the conditioning of the public mentality, and the boost they have given to the production, dissemination, and acceptance of fake news worldwide. She has updated and revised the original “Top Ten Reasons: Sandy Hook was an Elaborate Hoax” (7 January 2014), of which she was the lead author with Sofia Smallstorm, James Tracy, Jim Fetzer and other members of the Sandy Hook Research Group, for publication here.
Tony Mead is an entrepreneur who aspires to be an investigative journalist. An administrator of the Sandy Hook Hoax Facebook page, he is also a contributing author and administrator of Insanemedia.net and a member of Independent Media Solidarity. He has worked tirelessly for nearly three years investigating and exposing this hoax. This 2nd edition includes three of his articles about some of the more bizarre aspects of Sandy Hook: “The Sandy Hook Psycho-Pharma Connection”, “The Sandy Hook Connection to China Murders and the NWO”, and “Sandy Hook: The Missing Witnesses”, where the list has grown longer over time. We are doing what we can to expose this elaborate hoax, where Tony Mead has been doing his part to inform the public about the depths of depravity that are involved here.
Mike Palecek lives in Saginaw, Minnesota, west of Duluth. A writer, he is a former federal prisoner for peace and the Iowa Democratic Party candidate for the U.S. House of Representatives, 5th District in the 2000 election, gaining 65,000 votes on an anti-war platform in a conservative district. A former award winning reporter, editor, publisher in Nebraska, Iowa, Minnesota. The small newspaper that Mike and Ruth Palecek owned and operated in Byron, Minnesota, won the MNA Newspaper of the Year Award in 1993. He co-hosts “The New American Dream” radio show and has published over a dozen books that offer fictional but insightful studies of the American character and the plight in which we find ourselves in the world today. Mike is the founder of Moon Rock Books and the co-editor of this volume.
Allen William Powell, born in the United Kingdom, has retired and resides in Canberra, Australia. When he appeared on “The Real Deal Ep. #81 Explosive New Revelations about Sandy Hook” hosted by Jim Fetzer, it became apparent that one of the leading experts on mischief in Connecticut resided half-way around the world. He has made several additional appearances, including “The Real Deal Ep. 83 Allen Powell does the Boston bombing”, “The Real Deal Ep. 87 The Lanza Home: A Prop for Sandy Hook”, and “The Real Deal Ep. 96 More Sandy Hook”, which are accessible via a search using their titles. His contributions here, “Ch. 7 (with Kelley Watt), “Fixing a Prop: Furnishing the Lanza Home” and “Ch. 8 Setting the Stage: Refurbishing the School”, are going to qualify as the most brilliant studies published on Sandy Hook, which provide unexpected but decisive proof that this was a staged event.
James Tracy, Ph.D., formerly an Associate Professor in the School of Communication and Multimedia Studies at Florida Atlantic University in Boca Raton, served on the faculty from 2002-16. He received his doctorate from The University of Iowa, specializing in the areas of political economy of the news media and media history and criticism, and has published numerous academic journal articles and book chapters in these areas. In early 2013, major Western news outlets attacked Tracy for public commentaries on journalistic coverage of the Sandy Hook school massacre and Boston Marathon bombing events, which he had circulated via alternative media. Because of the considerable publicity, Florida Atlantic’s administration embarked on formal disciplinary measures against Tracy, which appear to have been motivated by political pressure from the South Florida community. He was terminated in January 2016, officially for having failed to file forms about his outside activities in a timely fashion. He maintains memoryholeblog com, where his studies of Sandy Hook and other events, such as the Boston bombing, are very popular and widely read.
Kelley Watt became a Sandy Hook skeptic a month after it was presented as a “live” event on national television. Owning a residential/commercial cleaning service for 18 years prompted her calls to several Connecticut state agencies (Connecticut’s Environmental Protection Agency, Connecticut State Police and the Connecticut Major Crimes Squad) to whom she addressed the question, “Who received the contract to clean up the blood (bio hazard) at Sandy Hook?” None of them had an answer to this simple question, when their responses were either “We don’t know” or the priceless response of Lt. Paul Vance, “What blood?” She then began making several hundred phone calls to the Chief Medical Examiner and to the Town Clerk’s Office, for example, asking basic questions. Rather than being helpful they were rude and would state, “This really happened; how dare you say it didn’t”. “With hundreds of people in Connecticut saying the same thing, ‘This really happened’, and becoming defensive, I knew something was not right with what we were being told. I then contacted all the Connecticut news outlets numerous times and again was met with hostility and threatened with legal action if I called asking any more questions. It was a combination of these attempts I made to find the answers that led me to question and disbelieve everything surrounding this event.”