University of Notre Dame Students Function as Paid Public Relations Operatives
University of Notre Dame students and filmmakers Caroline Clark and Kelly Quinn are confronted by a citizen journalist about the biased and deceitful methods used to produce the film Patrolling Sandy Hook. The two filmmakers have been honored at multiple film festivals. However, Clark and Quinn are unable to answer some simple and honest questions about fairness and academic integrity. For example, the filmmakers cannot answer the questions about who directed them to target Wolfgang Halbig.
Dr. Jeff Goudreau of Dallas, Texas (Medical Specialists Associated) donated funds to the Notre Dame film class, but the funds were NOT distributed equally to all the student groups. There apparently was a secret agreement that all funds must be spent targeting Wolfgang Halbig and further propagandizing the official Sandy Hook narrative. Dr. Goudreau allowed Clark and Quinn to keep all the funds for themselves while effectively assisting them in cheating on their class project, leading to their film being chosen as winner of the Audience Choice Award 2016 at the Notre Dame Student Film Festival.
Caroline Clark & Kelly Quinn further deceived Wolfgang Halbig through misleading him and hiding the adversarial source that provided them with funding. Caroline & Kelly proceeded to deceptively edit the footage taken and failed to include any mention of several in-person interviews they filmed of Notre Dame Alumni praising Wolfgang Halbig for his dedication to education and public service. Lenny Pozner received “final cut privilege” to decide what materials, both visually and verbally, would be included in the final cut of “Patrolling Sandy Hook.”