You can’t fool all of the people all of the time, but some people won’t stop trying.
Tony Mead is an intrepid Sandy Hook researcher with a Facebook page called “Sandy Hook Hoax“.
Two days ago, on April 8, 2018, Facebook took down his page. In its place, is this message:
The only reason Facebook gave Mead for unilaterally and without warning taking down his “Sandy Hook Hoax” page is the vague catch-all “Something you posted doesn’t follow our Community Standards”:
Before his page was taken down, Mead had published the post, “Investigating the Parkland School Shooting”. This is what Facebook finds to be so threatening that it warrants Facebook resorting to the 21st-century analog of book-burning. Please read and disseminate!
A class action lawsuit against Facebook has been filed with Blood Hurst & O’Reardon LLP in San Diego. To join the lawsuit, call (619) 338-1100.
by Tony Mead
Originally published on Sandy Hook Hoax, April 4, 2018
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