Man, whose son was killed at Sandy Hook, talks about online harassment.

Man, whose son was killed at Sandy Hook, talks about online harassment.

Lenny Pozner, whose son was killed at Sandy Hook Elementary School, has spoken about the online harassment he’s endured as conspiracies about the shooting flourished. ’They are absolutely certain that they are the good guys’, Pozner said about those who question the tragedy. Earlier this year, Pozner won a defamation case against a professor who accused him of publishing a fake death certificate.

npc8472 5 months

I still think it was a setup. Not that it didnt happen but that the shooter was pushed by into doing something big so the anti gun lobby would have a nice price of red meat to latch onto. It just seems too convenient to me considering all the info about the lead up and coverage not to mention the seeming randomness of the targets. You would think an unstable young person would go after those who made them feel rejected. Not random kids at a different school.

Dave 5 months

Regardless of how you feel about guns, leave the families of victims alone. As much as I think Alex Jones is hilarious, he definitely crossed a line when it came to that conspiracy. Let those people grieve in peace.

Jason Brown
Jason Brown 5 months

what ever happened to the vegas shooting?

The Kosher Katfish
The Kosher Katfish 5 months

Humans really are the worst kind of people sometimes.

Scott in FLorida
Scott in FLorida 5 months

The same kind of mental disorders that caused the shooting drive the lunatics that harass and threaten this father. Yet you will find no mention of it in the so called News, you will only see biased ideas crammed down your throat with very few facts. MAny doctors have repeatedly stated that the media frenzy over these horrific sick school shooting only serves to drive them.

Daniel McEwen
Daniel McEwen 5 months

This really sucks that a guy who lost his son has to go through this forever from these assholes. Has to be hard enough that his son is dead without people trying to say it's a hoax.

Takoda Ackerley
Takoda Ackerley 5 months

People seem to lack any idea of decency and empathy at the moment. Especially if you stand against their constructed narrative. As the father is a threat to these people's live, who bend around conspiracy theories, so they think they can control something in their lives.

Just An Opinion
Just An Opinion 5 months

Lowkey kinda wanna say it was a hoax for the lulz. I empathize with the guy, he lost a kid and that pain never goes away. But in reality, he lives in a world where assholes are everywhere. No mater where you go, there will always be an asshole. He can't expect the assholes to change, and he can't keep playing the dead kid card for 10 fricking years and expect to still get victim points. He needs to learn to deal with people, or isolate himself from society and get professional help until such time that he's learnt.

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