In terms of specifically addressing
the multiple fallacies in Fetzer's book, C.W. Wade of SandyHookFacts.com has done
the most comprehensive job thus far. In a post entitled, Top Ten Reasons Jim Fetzer's Sandy Hook Book is Fiction, Wade
eviscerates the books claims about SHES being "non-operational" since 2008, the
supposed fake or "unavailable" death certificates, seemingly suspicious time-stamped
web content, destruction of evidence by police, and the allegedly-official FEMA
document. More importantly, Wade exposes Fetzer's faulty analysis of
photographic images and reveals how he arrives at countless conclusions without
any supporting evidence to back it up.
For a brief time, Fetzer's book was
available for sale on Amazon.com until the online merchant decided to pull the
item from their virtual shelves. Predictably, this too has become part of the
conspiracy. Fetzer calls the removal "a political move because this book is
simply 'too good', 'too hot' and 'too threatening' to the Holder/Obama
Without official comment from Amazon,
it's hard to say why they decided against carrying it, though it's likely
they're simply enforcing their policy about removing offensive content, such as
they have done before with those trying to profit off mass murder.
Of course that won't stop Fetzer from
disseminating his material. I, for one, would not argue against his right to
peddle his book as he pleases, so long as he understands that there are those
who will equally exercise their right to not buy a word of it. Count me among
If you're looking for a comprehensive debunking of Fetzer's book, Nobody Died at Sandy Hook, be sure to check out these excellent videos:
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Keith Johnson is a critic and debunker of conspiracy theories, particularly those pertaining to the 2012 Sandy Hook Elementary School shooting. His work regularly appears in the Newtown Post-Examiner.
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