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Sandy Hook ATM Machine Crisis Actor Lawsuits Keep Coming: Pozner Wants Another 15K! (VIDEO)

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 BigRed    150

They have amassed more than $30 million so far from the kind public, but still they want more. Shame, shame, shame!!

Another week goes by and we’re hearing about yet another Sandy Hook fake parent, specifically Lenny Pozner trying to siphon more money from another entity, this time the town of Newtown, Connecticut and its school board. Pozner is looking to play the “negligence” card as he continues to feed his wallet in what I refer to as the Sandy Hook crisis actor ATM machine fraud.

Like an ATM machine designed to give out money, the Sandy Hook fake parents have used the staged event to reportedly swindled well over 30 million from would-be-sympathetic unaware Americans who have donated to these criminals with good intention. You would think they would be happy with this, but greed and evil is never known to be content. Just a couple weeks after the announcement that Sandy Hook parents are seeking damages from the gun makers, now Pozner, who seemingly seeks to be anonymous, is seeking another 15 thousand dollars from the town of Newtown and its school board.

Interestingly, the website reporting this story (haaretz.com) uses clever words to avoid mentioning Pozner’s actual name, perhaps an attempt to fly under the radar on this otherwise fraudulent lawsuit.

Read more here: http://right.is/conservative-opinion/2016/03/sandy-hook-atm-machine-crisis-actor-lawsuits-keep-coming-pozner-wants-another-15k-video-4142.html

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