Sandy Hook Conspiracy Theory: Newtown Truthers Harass ‘Actor’ Gene Rosen Over Hoax

By Amir Khan on January 15, 2013 3:08 PM EST

A sign and a U.S. national flag are seen near Sandy Hook Elementary School in Sandy Hook in Newtown, Connecticut December 15, 2012. Residents of the small Connecticut community of Newtown were reeling on Saturday from one of the worst mass shootings in U.
A sign and a U.S. national flag are seen near Sandy Hook Elementary School in Sandy Hook in Newtown, Connecticut December 15, 2012. Residents of the small Connecticut community of Newtown were reeling on Saturday from one of the worst mass shootings in U.S. history, (Photo: Reuters)

The Sandy Hook conspiracy continues to roll on, and Newtown Truthers are taking aim at a person they consider to one of the key "Government Actors" in the Sandy Hook Conspiracy. Gene Rosen, who found six kids in his driveway after the Sandy Hook Elementary School shooting, but Newtown Truthers and the Sandy Hook conspiracy and hoax believers say he was actually in on the plan.

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"I don't know what to do," Gene Rosen told Salon.com. "I'm getting hang-up calls, I'm getting some calls, I'm getting emails with, not direct threats, but accusations that I'm lying, that I'm a crisis actor, 'How much am I being paid?'"

The Sandy Hook conspiracy theory, first posed by FAU professor John Tracy, is the belief that the Sandy Hook Elementary School shootings either didn't happen or that the public is not being told the whole story.

"You know in your heart that no one could walk into a school and start shooting defenseless little kids," Jay Johnson, who runs the siteSandyHookHoax.com, says on the page. "They are trying to alter mass perception of the human condition, so that people feel insecure and trust only the government to make things safe."

Jay Johnson, who calls himself "New Age Messiah," prides himself on being "the only person in the world to solve LOST," and points out the inconsistencies that led him to the Sandy Hook conspiracy on his site, the tagline of which is "It seems unbelievable because it is."

But while many of the Newtown Truthers are seeking to expose what actually happened that day, others have taken to harassing Gene Rosen over his role in the "hoax." Rosen said he gets emails every day from Newtown Truthers and Sandy Hook Conspiracy theory believers.

"How are all those little students doing?" one email said. "You know, the ones that showed up at your house after the 'shooting'. What is the going rate for getting involved in a gov't sponsored hoax anyway?"

On one forum post on a Sandy Hook conspiracy theory website, Newtown Truthers explain everything they find wrong with Gene Rosen's story.

Gene's oft repeated, and changing, story about that day, focuses totally on the kids and the sound of gunshots. Even though his eyes and ears should've taken in the whole scene, his story focuses completely on the kids and the guns.

Why? Well, if this was a false flag event designed to move political opinion on gun control, here in America, then you would get a lot more bang for your buck by talking about the innocent little children. That's what tugs on America's heart strings the most ... especially around Christmas time.

 

Not everyone is a Sandy Hook conspiracy believer or a Newtown Truther, however.

"I was sitting in a restaurant the other night and these guys who were part of a car club came up to me and shook my hand and said, 'You know, you're a hero to me,'" he told Salon.

What is your opinion on the Sandy Hook conspiracy? Are you a Newtown Truther? Let us know in the comments.

 

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