U.S. Sandy Hook Alex Jones Info Wars Conspiracy theorist Alex Jones has hired a free-speech specialist lawyer, who is also representing the founder of a leading neo-Nazi website, to tackle his upcoming defamation lawsuits involving families of the Sandy Hook school shooting victims. The InfoWars host brought in Marc Randazza and Jay Wolman, of the Randazza Legal Group, to defend him after several suits were filed against Jones in Connecticut for claiming the 2012 massacre in Newtown was a hoax and the murdered children’s families were crisis actors. "Mr Jones has the utmost compassion for these parents. However, we believe that the case will be resolved in his favor," Randazza told Newsweek. Randazza, who describes himself as a “first amendment lawyer,” was previously confirmed to be representing Andrew Anglin, founder and editor of the neo-Nazi Daily Stormer website. Recommended Slideshows 76 50 Highest Paying Jobs in the United States … [Read more...] about Are Alex Jones’ Sandy Hook Case Lawyers Neo-Nazi Sympathizers?
Sections SEARCH Skip to content Skip to site index Politics Subscribe Log In Subscribe Log In Advertisement Supported by ByElizabeth Williamson July 2, 2018 Alex Jones, an online conspiracy theorist who claims the Sandy Hook massacre that killed 20 children and six adults was a hoax, has hired lawyers representing a founder of the neo-Nazi Daily Stormer website to defend him against defamation claims brought in Connecticut by families of seven Sandy Hook victims. Since days after the 2012 shooting at Sandy Hook Elementary School in Newtown, Conn., Mr. Jones has spread bogus theories that the families were “crisis actors” in a government plot to confiscate Americans’ firearms. The families have endured online abuse, physical confrontations and death threats from Mr. Jones’s devotees. Marc Randazza and Jay Wolman of the Las Vegas-based Randazza Legal Group are defending Mr. Jones in Connecticut. The lawyers also … [Read more...] about Lawyers for Neo-Nazi to Defend Alex Jones in Sandy Hook Case
MANCHESTER - Scarlett Lewis of Newtown, Conn., said her son, Jesse, would have turned 12 on Saturday had he not jumped in front of shooter Adam Lanza and given up his life to save nine of his fellow first-grade students at Sandy Hook Elementary School.New Hampshire last week delivered a major milestone for Jesse's lasting legacy.Since the day of Jesse's funeral, Lewis has for 5½ years thrown herself into creating the Jesse Lewis Choose Love Movement that's centered on bringing social emotional learning (SEL) curriculum to every classroom in America. The Sandy Hook massacre on Dec. 14, 2012, is considered one of the worst mass shootings in U.S. history.And while Jesse has now been dead for as long as he lived, his dedicated mother got to see New Hampshire become the first state to embrace an SEL program statewide as part of the School Safety Preparedness Task Force report released Friday."It took my son's murder to wake me up to the understanding that we as adults are responsible … [Read more...] about Mom of 6-year-old Sandy Hook victim brings school safety model to NH
William Westhoven Morristown Daily Record Published 8:08 p.m. UTC Jun 25, 2018 Three young seals returned, two somewhat reluctantly, to the Atlantic Ocean at Sandy Hook on Monday after they were rehabilitated at the Marine Mammal Stranding Center in Brigantine. The gray seals, two females and one male, were trucked in cages to Beach B at Sandy Hook, part of the Gateway National Recreation Area. Bathers quickly lined up near the roped-in beach release zone to take videos and photos while the volunteers removed the seals from their cages and guided them to the shoreline. The first two seals released were reluctant to move, and required a little extra nudge. With the seals growling at them, the volunteers used arched netting to push them in the right direction. The last seal needed no coaxing and quickly waddled to the shore and into the surf. The Marine Mammal Stranding Center is a private, nonprofit organization founded in 1978. Since then, with a permit and … [Read more...] about Homecoming: Seals return to ocean at Sandy Hook after rehabilitation by nonprofit
Russ Zimmer Asbury Park Press Published 6:58 p.m. UTC Jun 18, 2018 The crate's cage door swung open, leaving only sand between the juvenile grey seal and the ocean at Sandy Hook. But the seal, which spent the last two months recuperating under the care of the Marine Mammal Stranding Center, wanted no part of this opportunity to regain his freedom. At least not immediately. He'd need a few minutes more inside the security of the plastic carrier to collect himself. Eventually, he came around and made a zig-zag break for the surf at Sandy Hook. Two other young grey seals who had been released at the same time were still bobbing in the waves a few yards away. You can watch their release in the video above. CLIMATE CHANGE: Sea level rise threatens $10B in property at the Jersey Shore. What about your town? CLINGING JELLYFISH: Dangerous stingers confirmed in Metedeconk, feared to be in Barnegat Bay The MMSC has been responding to reports of whales, dolphins, turtles and … [Read more...] about Watch as three seals are released back into the wild at Sandy Hook