First, Martha Dean is running around whining to anyone who would waste their time listening to her rant about the "unfair" attacks she received regarding her Sandy Hook trutherism posting...and now this.
Friends, let me be clear once again: I have never -- and do not -- endorse this video or any conspiracy theory making the rounds. This video is out there in circulation and my post asked only for comments on "what's wrong with this"? Comments of all sorts have come in on my page and elsewhere. The private messages that I have received, with first hand information -- information that will eventually come out and put many rumors to rest -- have convinced me that posting this specific video should have been done with a clear statement of my position at the outset. Those of you who are familiar with my page know that I generally try to avoid doing that to allow a free-ranging discussion. But, in this case, I agree with my critics that I should have done that or, better still in the view of some, not posted it at all. There will be times when I get it wrong, but you know I will always try to err on the side of a greater flow of information and a more robust discussion of issues and the importance questioning facts.
At this point I will leave my original post up so there is a clear record for anyone who wishes to check what I actually said.
To the victims and all those touched by this tragedy: know that you and your lost friends and family are in my thoughts and prayers, and in the thoughts and prayers of millions and millions of people from here around the world. I feel your deep sorrow. I offer my apology for any pain that my posting of the video that is circulating or the inquiry process, generally, may cause you. Know that we share the common objective of getting to the truth. I extend my my love and I offer my assistance to you in whatever way I can be of service to you personally in this situation.
- Martha Dean.
Ahem...Dean responds to comment on her initial Sandy Hook trutherism FB posting, Jan 14th:
Erik Smith: InfoWars is also the same group who has "evidence" Bush was the mastermind behind 9/11.
January 14 at 10:57pm · 1
Martha Dean: Thanks, Eric. You are right yet, still, even a broken clock is right twice a day. Being wrong once does not mean always wrong. Repond to this info ... what's wrong here?
January 14 at 11:00pm · 1
And who can forget this gem!
Martha Dean: Many, many, questions.... all we know is that so much of what happened -- before and after the shooting -- does not make sense. Read the comments in Rosie's posted article 93 comments above this one); people (without meaning any disrespect) are asking very good questions, but it is doubtful that we will ever get answers to these or the questions raised in the video in the original post above.