On November 30, 2014 Independent Media Solidarity, a collective of independent researchers and video producers, released its groundbreaking documentary, We Need to Talk About Sandy Hook. The two-and-three-quarter hour presentation lays out compelling evidence and analyses suggesting that the December 14, 2012 Newtown shooting was an emergency exercise presented by government, law enforcement, and major media as a genuine event.
Shortly after the film began gaining traction via YouTube and Vimeo, it was taken down after one “Lenny Pozner” filed copyright infringement complaints with both web outlets. When WNTTASH was retrieved and uploaded by other YouTube channels, YouTube likewise censored the video under the same rationale.
IMS is now attempting to set the record straight by petitioning YouTube that not only does Mr. Pozner lack valid copyright to any of the audio-visual materials used in the film, but that “Lenny Pozner” appears to be an alias used by an unknown individual seeking to perpetuate the Sandy Hook hoax. Since YouTube does not provide a way for its users to make such a detailed counterclaim, IMS is asking that YouTube make We Need to Talk About Sandy Hook available again on its site and restore the channels cancelled because of the fallacious copyright claims.-JFT