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James Tracy, FAU Professor, Says Sandy Didn't Happen; Revels In Notoriety

Americans have long tolerated if not wallowed in conspiracy theories. Lee Harvey Oswald wasn't alone when he shot Kennedy. Aliens landed in Area 51. We never got to the moon, etc. etc.

But quite possibly the most despicable and callous of all conspiracy theories recently rose from South Florida. James Tracy, an associate professor at Florida Atlantic University, has questioned whether the Sandy Hook killings -- in which 20 babies were killed by a haunted and disturbed young man -- ever happened. It could all be a hoax, he says, yet another example of collusion between the U.S. authorities and the "corporate media."

"While it sounds like an outrageous claim," he wrote on his blog, one is left to inquire whether the Sandy Hook shootings ever took place -- at least in the way law enforcement authorities and the nation's news media have described."

See also:
- TODAY'S UPDATE: The James Tracy Saga: Students Rally Behind Embattled Professor
FAU's James Tracy: More Media Conspiracies and Lunacy. Fire This Guy Fast.

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Terrence McCoy