By James F. Tracy
On March 4, 2015 former Florida State Trooper and school safety expert Wolfgang Halbig appeared on The Alex Jones Show to announce a lawsuit he has filed in Florida seeking information from officials across the United States involved in the December 14, 2012 Sandy Hook Elementary School massacre event.
“The new bombshell info,” Halbig states,
is that the subpoenas have been issued across the country. We’re about to get discovery information that is now forthcoming. If they don’t provide that discovery information they’re going to be in contempt of court. We also have the Connecticut Freedom of Information Commission hearing that is supposed to have already happened. They keep dragging and dragging it [out]. But eventually we’re going to get the truth. The truth is going to show that Sandy Hook, that school was not an operating school. And I can tell you that from being a school administrator.
Halbig also elaborates on questions he’s raised on the shooting upon achieving national prominence after being visited by Florida law enforcement officers in December 2013. As reported by MHB in January 2014, the school safety consultant attested that homicide detectives visited his residence on behalf of Connecticut State Police because of incessant freedom of information act requests and telephone calls Halbig made for documentation confirming the massacre in fact took place as described by government officials major news media.
Halbig is convinced that Sandy Hook Elementary School was not functioning in 2012 because Newtown officials are incapable of producing routine paperwork that would verify its operation at that time. “I know it’s not operating because the school board is refusing to answer all of the questions we’ve asked in the Connecticut freedom of information request,” Halbig told Jones in the interview.
There are school board policies that require the school board to inspect every school in Newtown, and they have to be completed by August 1st of each year. That inspection report on health and safety and cleanliness, inside and outside has to be submitted to the superindendant, who provides it to the school board. Guest what they tell me? “We have no such records.” You cannot tell me as a former school administrator that you don’t have any records when you have a school board policy that requires it.
Wolfgang Halbig’s website is sandyhookjustice.com.