“Wolfgang Halbig… used to boldly proclaim with certainty that NO children died. Faced with the inability to prove his defamatory actions, Halbig has changed his story — saying to one newspaper that people DID die at Sandy Hook and telling another that he doesn’t know one way or the other….” – Jake Morphonios
Chicago Tribune: More families of Sandy Hook victims, FBI agent sue Infowars’ Alex Jones , May 23, 2018
Also named as defendants is Wolfgang Halbig, who the families say is a frequent guest on Jones’ show who also questions whether the school shooting actually happened.
Halbig, 71, a former police officer who lives in Sorrento, Florida, said Wednesday that he does believe people died in the shooting, but authorities have refused to answer his questions. He said police won’t give him a copy of radio transmissions from a state police helicopter that responded to the shooting, won’t say why paramedics and emergency medical technicians weren’t allowed in the school and won’t say who pronounced the deaths of all the children.
Orlando Sentinel: Sandy Hook conspiracy hoax: Lake County man’s obsession thrusts him in national spotlight, April 4, 2019
According to a deposition and court records released last week from one of the lawsuits, right-wing radio host Alex Jones said he was fed conspiracy theories — including through more than 4,000 emails over several years — by Wolfgang Halbig of Sorrento that the killings in Newtown, Conn., may have been staged….
“I can’t tell whether they died or they did not,” Halbig told the Orlando Sentinel this week. “But for six years I have made public records requests to prove whether this happened or not. And they have refused to give me those documents….I wanted, for once and for all, to know whether Sandy Hook happened.”
Alex Jones & Wolfgang Halbig Retreat from Sandy Hook Claims
April 5th, 2019
You likely have already seen the deposition of Alex Jones explaining that he never investigated Sandy Hook, but believed the conspiracy theory that nobody died because he had a mental psychosis.
But now, the Hoaxer-in-Chief, Wolfgang Halbig, is swiftly backtracking as well. He used to boldly proclaim with certainty that NO children died. Faced with the inability to prove his defamatory actions, Halbig has changed his story – saying to one newspaper that people DID die at Sandy Hook and telling another that he doesn’t know one way or the other – leaving his adoring fans in a state of anger & confusion.