Father of Sandy Hook victim sues extremists on defamation charges
Sandy Hook victim sues extremists on defamation charges
The father of a boy slain in the Sandy Hook shootings who is suing conspiracy theorist Alex Jones has taken two more extremists to court on defamation charges.
The father, Leonard Pozner, whose son Noah was among the 26 first-graders and educators killed by a gunman at Sandy Hook School, is suing James Fetzer and Mike Palecek, co-editors of “Nobody Died at Sandy Hook,” on defamation and conspiracy charges.
Fetzer and Palecek claim, among other things, that Pozner forged his son’s death certificate to advance the hoax.