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James Tracy sues his former University for firing him over his views about Sandy Hook

Florida Atlantic UniversityProfessor James Tracy Files Civil Rights Lawsuit Against Florida Atlantic University & Facility Union
Memory Hole | Apr 26, 2016

April 25, 2016, West Palm Beach, Florida – Former Florida Atlantic University (“FAU”) Professor James Tracy, who was fired from his tenured faculty position in January, has filed a civil rights suit against the University, several top school officials, and his faculty union constitution representatives, alleging that the firing violated his First Amendment right to free speech and other constitutional rights, including his right to due process, in addition to the University’s long-standing principles of academic freedom.

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Making sense of what happened at Sandy Hook in 2012

Wolfgang Halbig is a former school administrator and state trooper who has been doggedly investigating the Sandy Hook shooting incident of Dec 14, 2012. He shared his latest report on Sandy Hook on the Power Hour Radio Show that aired on Oct 13, 2015.

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