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I had read about Halbig's efforts on another site and was intrigued enough to listen to two interviews he did about Sandy Hook; I found that he is hoping to gain answers to very important questions regarding the event but at the same time something about the way Halbig presented himself raised some yellow flags in my mind (not red flags, but yellow flags as in be cautious but open-minded).
Today the yellow flags became red flags when a Google search revealed a site called Memory Hole Blog which published Halbig's emails to various Connecticut agencies and federal agencies.
The article notes that:
All of the requests below, spanning from records on Sandy Hook’s routine asbestos inspections to the key FBI crime report on the incident, have been met with almost complete silence.
There are several issues and, frankly, completely unprofessional elements I noticed in Halbig's writings. For example the subject lines of the emails published include:
- "Mike Kehoe your Police Chief should be immediately fired for Negligence"
- "Re: Do I need to get arrested to show the FBI’s negligence in Sandy Hook?"
- "Do I need to get arrested to make my point?"
- "Re: Request a investigative copy if the Sandy Hook School shooting from President Obama and Attorney General Eric Holder now."
- "Re: Criminal Investigation is now closed so please provide my FOIA request now."
- "Asbestos in the Sandy Hook School"
The content of the emails published are somewhat harassing and I would bet that most people reading these emails would get the impression that Halbig is a kook who enjoys using salty language.
The biggest problem which causes me to question Halbig's credibility is that he apparently believes that email is the proper procedure to file Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) requests...
I would urge folks to do their due diligence on Halbig before going "all in" on him...
There is no reason to go "all in" on Halbig. I agree that he is inarticulate at best. The important thing is to investigate the questions raised by Mr. Halbig and numerous others.
Attack the messenger is a popular tactic of disinfo agents. I'm not suggesting that you are doing that. Actually, it's good advice to not get too invested in who is asking the questions. Maybe someone with Halbig's background gets a little more attention, but this didn't suddenly become relevant because Halbig is talking about it. Halbig is not the story.
reply to post by NickDC202
Halbig raises important questions that demand real answers.
Diverting the topic into an ad hominem on how Halbig conducts himself via email does nothing but distract from the real issue: there are dozens of GLARING holes in the Sandy Hoax story, and that's what we should stay focused on.
Do you care to refute his credentials then tenth if you are going to say he is not who he says he is?