While you enjoy an exceptional reputation, your client’s performance during his deposition was beyond ridiculous. He mentioned me a couple of times, but did not cite the massive evidence I have compiled that proves Sandy Hook WAS the hoax he had originally described it as being.
My edited book, NOBODY DIED AT SANDY HOOK (2015; 2nd edition, 2016), for example has thirteen contributors, including six (current or retired) Ph.D. professors, who concluded that the school had been closed by 2008 and there were no students there. He didn’t even mention it!
Moreover, the book can be downloaded for free as a pdf. You could have introduced the book and I could have lined up experts, including myself. to testify on his behalf, instead of making him out to be a “conspiracy nut”, where he even absurdly claims to have suffered from a psychosis!
We have even proven (in subsequent research) that the kids were fictions made up out of photos of older kids when they were children. The case of “Noah Pozner” is notable, because I even entered an amicus curiae brief in this case to aid and abet your defense (attached). Did you miss it?
When I go to the trouble of lending a hand in defense of a completely innocent man and you do not bother to introduce the evidence, I have to suspect that this is a set-up. Not to impugn your integrity, but you are not providing your client with a zealous defenses consistent with truth!
The transcript of the deposition stunned me. It was completely superficial. I don’t expect Alex Jones to have the knowledge of experts on Sandy Hook, such as I have brought together in the book and in the SH-POTUS Memorandum (also attached), but you don’t appear to want to win this case.
There is supposed to be a list of references that Alex relied upon in his research on Sandy Hook, but I cannot find it. I hereby request that you provide it. I am myself now the target of an equally absurd and indefensible lawsuit by the fake Sandy Hook parent, who calls himself “Lenny Pozner”.
Kindly send the list of references, but I am not going to be surprised if none of those he could have effortlessly cited are going to appear there. I could have given a more adequate defense of Alex in my sleep than he provided for himself during that interrogation. This is quite embarrassing.
In a state of dismay,
James H. Fetzer, Ph.D.
McKnight Professor Emeritus
University of Minnesota Duluth
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