“The whole thing is a giant hoax. How do you deal with a total hoax?” Alex Jones has reportedly said of the 2012 Sandy Hook massacre.
A Florida woman who believed the 2012 massacre at a Connecticut elementary school was a hoax was sentenced to five months in federal prison.
A Florida woman has been arrested for threatening the parents of a Jewish boy killed in the in the 2012 Sandy Hook Elementary School massacre in Connecticut.
Termination proceedings have begun against a faculty member of Florida Atlantic University in Boca Raton who has been advocating conspiracy theories about the 2012 Sandy Hook massacre in Newtown, Connecticut.
The grandmother of the 6-year-old Jewish boy who was killed in the mass school shooting in Newtown, Connecticut, criticized opponents of gun control legislation in a Washington Post Op-Ed on the event’s third anniversary.
It’s been three years since we last embraced our precious little boy, Noah. At six-years-old, he was the youngest child murdered at the Sandy Hook Elementary School. While our family may have managed to live through this tragedy, the passage of time has nowhere near dimmed the vivid memory of that day nor made it any less difficult for us to cope with the pain and anguish of losing our only son.
The families of two of the 20 students killed in a 2012 massacre at Sandy Hook Elementary School, are suing the town of Newtown, Connecticut and the local school board over alleged lax security, media reported on Monday.
The family of Noah Pozner and 8 other families of people killed in an attack on a Newtown, Connecticut, elementary school in 2012 filed a wrongful-death lawsuit on Monday against the company that manufactured the gun used in the attack, [the Hartford Courant reported.]
The Connecticut town that was the site of one of the deadliest school shootings in U.S. history might demolish the home of the 20-year-old gunman who killed 26 first-graders and educators, a town official said on Thursday.
Since the Newtown rampage, two rabbis who have been personally touched by gun violence have sought creative ways to change our culture. They say Congress isn’t the place to start.