The following is an overview of current developments in the Florida District Court lawsuit brought by one of the most prolific Sandy Hook victims’ families against former school safety expert Wolfgang Halbig. In March 2018 after having withdrawn the case the plaintiff motioned to reopen the matter with a most curious set of actions.
Unknown Parties Give Former Florida State Trooper Written Ultimatum
Wolfgang Halbig has taken his Sandy Hook Justice Report site offline, apparently at the behest of forces not yet named who have vigorously opposed the school safety expert’s continued investigation of the Sandy Hook school massacre event. As of 4:30PM ET Tuesday August 30 the site is no longer available on the web.
MHB has been unable to reach Halbig by phone for comment. The school safety consultant and former Florida State Trooper told us last week he was traveling to Newtown the week of August 22 to followup on pending Freedom of Information requests on documentation that would only further contradict how the Sandy Hook event transpired as reported by major media throughout the world.
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.
On February 18, 2016, Wolfgang Halbig appeared in the CT FOIA Commission Hearing to continue his attempt to obtain public records from the Newtown PD and Department of Emergency Services and Public Protection, who are entrusted with the CT State Police report and are the holders of those records.
The Hearing begins and it becomes immediately apparent that Vincent Perpetua is much more rigid than Matthew Streeter (the previous hearing officer). This is a no nonsense, by the book, informed and educated attorney who seems to view Wolfgang and his attorney along with Christine Plourde (Legislative Manager and basically “gatekeeper” of DESPPP records) and her attorney with equally condescending disdain.
Kay Wilson explains to Perpetua that Wolfgang has been getting the “runaround” on his FOIA request for written police reports from both the Newtown PD and the DESPP as each refers him to the other agency. Newtown claims that they are NOT in possession of the records as the State Police were the “investigating agency”. Christine Plourde claims that the records are exempt from public disclosure as they are “signed witness statements”.