It is more than one year five months since Professor James Tracy sent a letter via certified mail to CNN’s Anderson Cooper, asking him to revisit Newtown. Cooper publicly had attacked Tracy for the latter’s skepticism about the official narrative on Sandy Hook, including endangering the safety of Tracy and his family by disclosing his home address.
But there is only silence from Cooper. Nor has any other professional journalist — national, state, or local — seen fit to look into the many anomalies uncovered by skeptics. The national media also refuse to even report on Amazon.com’s banning of the book, Nobody Died at Sandy Hook. Even the Alternative Media powerhouse InfoWars deleted its article on the book ban the same day it was published, followed by the scrubbing of that article from Google cache and archive.org.
What are Cooper, professional journalists, and InfoWars afraid of?