When I met James Tracy in 2003, he wasn’t crazy yet. Last week, he was crying on the witness stand in federal court.
Between then and now, something went slowly haywire.
A decade after I first spoke with him, Tracy made international headlines for insisting the Sandy Hook massacre “never took place” – it was just a “live shooter drill” featuring “crisis actors” hired by the federal government, and it was all covered up by national media.
He later mailed a letter to the parents of a 6-year-old boy who was slain at Sandy Hook Elementary School in 2012. In it, he demanded they prove their dead son ever existed. He also posted on Facebook that those “phony” parents “have made out very well financially, soliciting contributions from generous yet misinformed Americans.”
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