Columbia, S.C.–A group of journalists have responded to requests for help by law enforcers in Connecticut and the FBI concerning the widely reported defamations of Sandy Hook victims by so-called “conspiracy theorists.”
Law enforcers broadcast pleas for assistance when the families and friends of the Sandy Hook victims were harassed, stalked, ridiculed, and defamed by so-called “conspiracy theorists,” who the journalists evidence operate a commercial enterprise enriched by the controversy, publicity, and increased “traffic” to web-stores operated by the gang members.Contrary to the “conspiracy theorist” label, the cyber-criminals victimizing the people of Sandy Hook who have suffered unspeakable horrors, are a half-dozen well-organized professional propagandists, led by a Utah “businessman” espousing anti-government, anti-Semitic, white supremacy theology in blogs and videos that drive sales of products, like “Nuke Israel” tee shirts and baby bibs.
“These loathsome characters have similarly defamed me and more than a half dozen of my colleagues in the independent media for several years,” said author and filmmaker Dr. Leonard G. Horowitz, speaking for the whistleblowers. “We’ve been compiling and reporting evidence on this criminal operation for years, anticipating law enforcers would ultimately serve justice.”
“We are sorry it has gotten to this point, where the Sandy Hook community became doubly victimized, first by the shootings, and then by the character assassinations,” said Sherri Kane, who authored the “Open Letter to Lt. Paul Vance” that names the culprits in the cyber-attacks.The journalists, including Howard Nema of We Are Change Connecticut, and Michael Vara, host of Late Night in the Midlands talk radio show, authored a Special Report & Commentary analyzing the evidence submitted to law enforcers.
“This matter of ‘free speech’ will define efforts to curb Internet freedoms,” said Vara. “I am not in favor of increasing Internet restrictions, but when anyone abuses their First Amendment rights to violate other people’s rights to life, liberty, and happiness, then civilized people have no other choice but to say, enough-is-enough.”Horowitz, who was Harvard-trained in media health promotions, compares the crime to a “paid political, commercial, social-manipulation that extends beyond the “conspiracy industry” to advance KKK theology inciting hate crimes.”The risks, the journalists report, are everyone’s concern, and they are petitioning people across the country to spread this knowledge to defend peace, justice, and civility not only in the Sandy Hook community, but nationwide.
Their “URGENT OPEN LETTER TO LT. VANCE & THE FBI” is downloadable HERE.
Note to journalists: For interviews on this topic, please contact Sherri Kane @email@example.com