(January 8, 2016) Academic Freedom in America? Tenured Professor Questioning Official Sandy Hook Shootings Narrative Fired
Adam Lanza was blamed for the December 14, 2012 Newtown, CT shootings, perhaps wrongfully.
South Florida University (SFU) tenured Professor James Tracy questioned inconsistencies and anomalies in the official narrative – reinforced by the corporate media unwillingness to ask tough questions and demand clear answers.
Tracy questioned whether any shootings took place – “at least in the way law enforcement authorities and the nation’s news media” described events, unquestionably reporting the official narrative.
Contradictions abound. Key questions remain unanswered.
How did one alleged gunman fire so many shots in so little time and supposedly inflict so many casualties?
In five to seven minutes, Connecticut’s top coroner, Wayne Carver, and police officials said Lanza shot each victim from three to 11 times – 182 shots, one every 2 seconds plus likely misses.