“By their fruits, you will know them.” -Matthew 7:16
Those who know and live the truth are serene and confident and do not lower themselves by being nasty, vicious and evil — no matter the critics, skeptics and detractors.
So it’s noteworthy that this is how Sandy Hookers — those who claim that a shooting massacre of 20 school children and 6 adults took place 3 years ago at the Sandy Hook Elementary School in Newtown, Connecticut — behave toward skeptics:
- Stalk and threaten Wolfgang Halbig and his family, so that the former state trooper has discontinued his investigation.
- Pressured Amazon.com to ban the book Nobody Died at Sandy Hook, despite nearly a month of brisk sales. (To download a free copy of the book,click here.)
- Effect the media’s self-censorship via a nationwide blackout about the very newsworthy book ban by Amazon.com.
- Write an op/ed for a Florida newspaper attacking Florida Atlantic University (FAU) professor James Tracy, who has a wife and four small children, with the objective of getting him fired from his tenured professorship.
- Succeed in Goal #4, resulting in Tracy being served “a letter of dismissal”from his university. So much for tenure and academic freedom.
Not content with getting Tracy fired, the Sandy Hookers are now resorting to threats, dirty tricks and harassment.
On December 17, 2015, Tracy received the following threatening email:
From: Ronald Brown <[email protected]>
Sent: Thursday, December 17, 2015 10:12 AM
To: James Tracy
Subject: Tenure won’t matter
We’re comin’ for you…the law can’t save you.
You’ll beg for ‘lights out’ as your Christmas wish, but the agony will last interminably.
Or you can publicly make amends and never enter academia. Filth like yourself charged with teaching our kids is tantamount to injecting an autoimmune virus into society.
End it now. Consider yourself warned. We are everywhere…we are legion.
On the morning of December 21, 2015, someone hacked into Tracy’s university email account and sent an email in his name, saying that he is “delusional,” to a federal government agency — the National Institute of Mental Health (NIMH), which is a part of the National Institutes of Health (NIH), which itself is an agency of the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services (HHS). NIMH conducts and supports research on the brain and disorders of mental health.
Below is the fraudulent email:
From: [email protected]
Sent: Monday, December 21, 2015 1:39 AM
To: [email protected]
Subject: Request Assistance/Information
I’m delusional and need help
Two days later on December 23, 2015, at 11:52 AM, NIMH’s Information Resource Center <[email protected]> replied to the fraudulent email, stating that they “are sorry to hear that you are experiencing delusions and understand your need for assistance.” Information on “Finding Treatment” was provided and the email was signed off as:
National Institute of Mental Health
U.S. Department of Health and Human Services National Institutes of Health
The next day, on Christmas Eve, Tracy received an obscene postcard via USPS with a silhouette of a defecating dog, and the name of Tracy’s wife and their home phone number handwritten on the card. The back of the card has a F-you message. To add injury upon insult, the post card was not stamped and was delivered “postage due”.
Below is the post card (front and back). I’ve blacked out Mrs. Tracy’s name, their home address and phone number to protect their privacy.
According to Wikipedia, Cornhill is a community in the center of the city of Utica, New York. Posters to City Dictionary describe Cornhill as:
“Utica’s most dangerous area to live in. There is a lot of violence, drugs and murders.”
“Very black, and very dangerous area. If you stand at the border of the Cornhill section you can hear the ‘click’ of people hitting their car door locks as they drive in.”
“cornhill isn’t safe for everyone. being scared of a drive-by or cops breaking down your door can make a person really paranoid.”
“Cornhill is a GHETTO.”
The 13501 zip code is within Utica, NY:
Tracy will file police reports on both the email hack and the obscene post card.
Dr. Eowyn’s post first appeared at Fellowship of the Minds.