First half hour: Investigative historian Eric Zuesse says the U.S. And Its Allies Try to Split the World in Two, and adds that Israel Is Ethnically Cleansing Gaza. In this interview he breaks the news of his forthcoming laudatory book on FDR, which argues that had FDR not died and been replaced by Truman, the world would be a much better place.
Final half hour: Legal expert Ron Avery discusses his new article “To Support the Sandy Hook Narrative Wisconsin Court of Appeals District IV Makes Gross Errors.” (Check out Ron’s website devoted the Pozner v Fetzer.)
Avery argues that the Circuit and Appellate courts of Wisconsin made a mockery of the legal concept of summary judgment in their rulings against Jim Fetzer, editor of Nobody Died at Sandy Hook. Specifically, the whole idea of a summary judgment is for the court to put its seal on facts that are agreed upon by both parties. But in this case, the “facts” the court imposed were those asserted by one side (Lenny Pozner)—and those “facts” were and still are hotly disputed by the other side, Jim Fetzer. Normally, juries get to hear both sides and decide who to believe. The judge prevented that process from happening by imposing a summary judgment enshrining the claims of one side, while preventing the other side from being heard.
Shortly after this show was broadcast, Jim Fetzer learned that the Wisconsin Supreme Court had turned down his appeal on apparently spurious grounds. Jim writes: “My appeal to the WI Supreme Court was submitted on 7 May 2021, in accordance with requirements that it be submitted within 30 days of the denial that it is appealing, which was issued on 7 April 2021). To my astonishment (and those of my attorneys), the WI Supreme Court rejected the application as untimely and sent the records back.”