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Shanley Appeals Dismissal of Sandy Hook Hoax Lawsuit


By:  David Deschesne

Fort Fairfield Journal, May 25, 2016


   The multi-billion dollar lawsuit against the major news media establishment brought by author and media analyst, William Shanley, from Connecticut, in December, 2014 was recently dismissed by United States District Court Judge, Stephen A. Myers.  The complaint was for Terrorism, Fraud and Obstruction of Justice against the Newtown Bee, New York Times, Associated Press and Hartford Courant, among other newspaper and television monoliths.

   According to his appeal, Shanley states Judge Meyer is the son of former Connecticut State Senator J. Edward Meyer III, a Democrat who represented the 12th District from 2005 to 2015.

   In his appeal, Shanley alleges, “Judge Meyer, being the former Senator's son, had an interest in shielding his father from future prosecution by dismissing the Plaintiff's cases, cases that would have opened a 'Pandora's Box' of both civil and criminal litigation in both State and Federal Courts against elected leaders from President Obama to Attorney General Eric Holder to Senators Blumenthal and Murphy, to Governor Malloy down to Members of the General Assembly, Connecticut Medical Examiner D. Wayne Carver II, Connecticut State Police spokesman J. Paul Vance, Newtown School Board, and finally to the fake FEMA families that were 'astroturfed' into the Newtown Community between 2009 to 2012.”

   “These are the 'families' who claimed that their little children, children of whom they cannot produce family photos or birth certificates, were slaughtered at the Sandy Hook Elementary School,” said Shanley.  “The school that was closed in 2008 for biohazards and then used as a FEMA stage in 2012.”

   In his original Complaints, Mr. Shanley presented overwhelming evidence that the tragic event was actually a FEMA “single shooter/mass casualty drill” which became known to the public as “The Sandy Hook Massacre.”  The FEMA drill took place at the abandoned Sandy Hook Elementary School, in the town of Newtown, Connecticut on December 13-14, 2012.  Some of the evidence presented in his Complaints of December 15, 2014 and December 22, 2014 is in the form of photographs and video recordings proving the event was fake.  “Judge Meyer said he reviewed this evidence before dismissing both cases as 'frivolous and furnished no plausible or conceivable grounds for relief,” said Shanley.

  Shanley's stated goal is to establish a News Trust to remove the form of tyranny perpetrated at Sandy Hook over the mind of man.  “It is under this tyranny that our Democratic Republic cannot survive,” he said.

  Shanley is a documentary filmmaker, author and broadcast journalist with forty years of experience in media analysis.  His media analysis work began in the 1976 Presidential Election when he worked as a broadcast technician on the Jimmy Carter campaign and first noticed a difference between news coverage and the actual campaign.  He also worked for President Carter at the United States Information Agency, and has interviewed both Presidents Carter and Regan.  He also worked for CNN Executive Management as a Quality Watch Analyst analyzing CNN, MSNBC and FOX News Channel coverage of the 1996 presidential election, the TWA Flight 800 Explosion, the Centennial Olympic Park Bombing in Atlanta and other big stories of 1996.

  Shanley’s appeal was filed in the United States Court of Appeals for the Eastern District of New York on May 4, 2016, Docket Numbers 3:14-cv-01881 and 3:14-cv-01929.  For Judicial Relief, Shanley is asking the Court of Appeals to disqualify District Court Judge Stephen A. Meyer from the cases, that his Dismissals be set aside, that the Plaintiff's Complaints be reopened, that Counsel be appointed and that the Plaintiff be granted 60 days' time to submit revised complaints.