Sandy Hook: FAU Professor JAMES TRACY FIRED for Thorough Questioning of Official Narrative!
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– James Tracy taught Culture of Conspiracy at Florida Atlantic University
– For years he claimed the Sandy Hook massacre may not have happened
– Ideas were based on conflicting media reports that emerged on the day of the shooting in Newtown, Connecticut, in December 2012
– The parents of Noah Pozner, six, – one of the 20 children killed – spoke out last week over what they said was harassment from Tracy
– Tracy demanded from them proof that Noah ever existed
– The university sent him a letter of termination this week
Here is Professor Tracy’s work on Sandy Hook
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On Wednesday, university officials notified Professor James Tracy, PhD, one of the foremost academic figures researching the events at Sandy Hook, that he had ten days to appeal their decision, according to CBS News.
Prof. Tracy, who teaches a course on “American Media” and a class entitled “Culture of Conspiracy,” was recently the target of a Sun-Sentinel op-ed penned by Lenny and Veronique Pozner, the parents of one of the students who allegedly died in the massacre.
It’s interesting to note the Pozner’s son, Noah, holds the distinction of dying twice, once at Sandy Hook and again inexplicably at a school shooting halfway around the world in Pakistan two years later.
“Do ‘the legitimate interests of the university’ include the pursuit of truth?” Professor Tracy asked, going on to list various inconsistencies and discrepancies which should warrant further investigation.
The Pozner’s had previously gone as far as to try to ban a documentary on Youtube entitled “We need to talk about Sandy Hook,” succeeding only in popularizing the video.
This article by the Pozner’s likely influenced the University’s decision.
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‘Nobody Died At Sandy Hook’ (PDF at link)
James Fetzer Ph.D