6-year-old Noah Pozner allegedly was one of the 20 children at Sandy Hook Elementary School who allegedly were shot to death by Adam Lanza on Dec. 14, 2012.
If you go to the “Remembering Noah Samuel Pozner” Facebook page, described in “About” as “The OFFICIAL Facebook Page for Noah Pozner (Approved by Noah’s Parents),” and click “photos,” you’ll see a collage of photos of Noah.
Pay special attention to the partially-cropped pic on the right, in which Noah’s head is slightly tilted to his right. Note his smile and the distinctive fleece (sheep skin?) collar of his jacket.
Note from Eowyn (March 20, 2015): I removed the photo collage of Noah because his father, Lenny Pozner, claims copy right protection of all images of Noah and succeeded in getting WordPress, this blog’s server, take down those pictures, without even notifying me first. WordPress also threatens to shut down Fellowship of the Minds if we violate Lenny’s copy right again, despite FOTM‘s Fair Use disclaimer as a not-for-profit site.
Now let’s look at a BBC video about the child victims of the Pakistan Taliban.
On Dec. 16, 2014, Pakistan experienced the deadliest terrorist attack ever to occur in that country when 7 members of the Pakistan Taliban, aka Tehreek-e-Taliban Pakistan (TTP), entered the Army Public School in Peshawar and opened fire on school staff and children, killing 145 people, including 132 schoolchildren.
In the BBC news video below, a female reporter dressed in green with long black hair, reports on people coming from all over Pakistan to Peshawar. Pointing at a wall poster with pictures of the child victims, the reporter says: “…died in the Taliban massacre that happened here almost two weeks now….”
At the 0:03 mark of the video above, is the picture of a boy who looks just like Noah Pozner, identified as one of the Pakistan Taliban’s child victims. Below is a screenshot I took at the 0:03 mark, showing the Noah lookalike on the far left (I painted the yellow arrow pointing to “Noah”).
Pakistan Taliban boy is identical to Facebook Noah Pozner — same slightly tilted head, same smile, same jacket collar, and IDENTICAL vertical button hole.
Here’s another view of Pakistan Taliban Noah (circled in yellow):
That poor woman above is weeping for an American boy who was “killed” 2 years ago. Another “useful idiot“.
Noah’s father, Lenny Pozner, using the HONR “business” he’d set up, has been harassing and bullying bloggers and YouTubers, leading YouTube to repeatedly take down videos about the Sandy Hook hoax because Lenny claims “copyright violation”. And yet, strangely, Lenny has not pursued BBC or whoever put up the Pakistan child victims poster for their use of the “copyright” image of Noah.
Lenny is also one of the 10 plaintiffs in a negligence and wrongful death lawsuit against the manufacturer, distributor and seller of the Bushmaster AR-15 rifle that Lanza allegedly used in the Sandy Hook school shooting. (See “Sandy Hook families sue Bushmaster gun manufacturer”)
I hope the defendants ask Lenny Pozner how his son, Noah, managed the impossible feat of being killed twice — the first time on Dec. 14, 2012 in Newtown Connecticut; the second time two years two days later on Dec. 16, 2014, halfway across the world in Peshawar, Pakistan. [Sarc]
- The curious parents of Sandy Hook child victim Noah Pozner
- Sandy Hook dad Lenny Pozner’s website redirects to Obama regime’s NSA
- Prof. James Tracy fired by Florida Atlantic U. for Sandy Hook research (on how Lenny Pozner succeeded in his campaign to get Tracy fired)
- No one died in Sandy Hook: Testimony from Social Security Death Master File
- Our “Sandy Hook Massacre” page for the links to all the posts we’ve published on this hoax.
A big h/t to FOTM’s Gingercake and TH.
Several hours after this post was published, I went back to the “Remembering Noah Samuel Pozner” Facebook page and took a screenshot of the page with Noah’s photo collage (circled yellow). The date (1/2/2015) and time (5:12 PM) when I took the screenshot are in the lower right corner (see yellow arrow). In the event Lenny scrubs that photo from Facebook, this screenshot is proof I had found Noah’s photo on the Facebook site that has his parents’ approval.