Jury awards Sandy Hook father $450,000 for defamation by local conspiracy theorist

Chris Rickert A Dane County jury on Tuesday decided a village of Oregon conspiracy theorist must pay the father of a boy killed in the 2012 Sandy Hook shootings $450,000 for falsely claiming that the father circulated fabricated copies of his son’s death certificate. It took the jury nearly four hours to decide on the amount James Fetzer must pay Leonard Pozner, whose son, Noah, 6, was the youngest victim of the Dec. 14, 2012, massacre in Newtown, Connecticut. The award follows Circuit Judge Frank Remington’s ruling in June that…

Judge finds Sandy Hook conspiracy theorist from Oregon in Contempt of Court

CHRIS RICKERT [Editor’s note:The reporter for the Wisconsin State Journal, Chris Rickert, got most of this right, but he had Mike Palecek residing in Saginaw, MI, rather than Saginaw, MN, and had the transfer of the video deposition occurring in July, when it occurred in August. He corrected both of those mistakes, but kept the claim, “Images of Pozner from the deposition and from past news coverage appear to show the same person”, which might be OK as an opinion but which was published as a fact. I shared them…

Sandy Hook “Pozner v. Fetzer” Lawsuit: Judge Rules Against Sandy Hook Denier

Jim Fetzer As the Wisconsin State Journal reports, “A Dane County judge on Monday found that a longtime conspiracy theorist living in the village of Oregon, along with his co-defendant, defamed [Leonard Pozner] the father of a victim of the Sandy Hook massacre and allowed a trial for damages against the men to move ahead” (“Judge Rules Against Sandy Hook Denier” (17 June 2019). The story correctly reports, Pozner’s primary attorney, Jacob Zimmerman, also submitted an official copy of the death certificate, with the required embossed seal, to the court and argued…

Sandy Hook Lawsuit Discovery: Second Request for Admissions from Plaintiff Leonard Pozner

Jim Fetzer When I was served with a lawsuit by Leonard Pozner for defamation for having characterized the death certificate he gave to Kelley Watt as a “fabrication”, which I have asserted hundreds of times, the process server said she had never seen anyone so glad to be served! And, indeed, she had it right, because I have wanted to have the chance to expose the elaborate charade known as “the Sandy Hook shooting” for what it was: a two-day FEMA exercise presented to the public as mass murder. For…

Dr. Eowyn, James Fetzer answers Leonard Pozner’s defamation lawsuit

Dr. Eowyn  Leonard Pozner is the alleged father of alleged Sandy Hook child-victim Noah Pozner whose image, mysteriously, was among the posters of those who were killed by the Taliban in the Army Public School shooting massacre in Peshawar, Pakistan, on December 16, 2014, two years after Sandy Hook. See “Sandy Hook Child Victim Noah Pozner Was Killed Twice! Also a Victim in Pakistan Taliban Shooting” Leonard Pozner has harassed bloggers and YouTubers with DMCA copyright-infringement take-down demands, and is successful at it. He has also sued Wolfgang Halbig and Alex Jones…

THE SANDY HOOK “POZNER v. FETZER” LAWSUIT FOR DUMMIES

Jim Fetzer On 27 November 2018, the Minneapolis law firm, Meshbesher and Spence, Ltd., filed a suit against me on behalf of its client, Plaintiff Leonard Pozner, for defamation, and I was properly served on 29 November 2018. Under Wisconsin law, a Defendant has 45 days to submit a response, which would make it imperative that I reply by 11 January 2019, with either an ANSWER or a MOTION TO DISMISS. I filed an ANSWER rather than a MOTION TO DISMISS early on 4 January 2019 because I do not…

FAKE NEWS about FALSE FLAG Lawsuit: AP Reporter caught Falsifying Story

Jim Fetzer Lenoard Pozner, who claims to be the father of one of the children alleged to have died during the mass murder of 20 kids and 6 adults at Sandy Hook Elementary School on 14 December 2012, filed a lawsuit against me, Mike Palecek and the company on 27 November 2018 for defamation by denying that his son, “Noah”, had died at Sandy Hook, and I was served on 29 November 2018 at my home. It was therefore unsurprising when I received a call from an AP reporter, Pat…