Wolfgang Halbig: Sandy Hook Denier Leads a Quiet Life Today

If there’s one thing nobody can deny, it’s that fake news is one of the most dangerous aspects of today’s time owing to the fact it always affects various lives either directly or indirectly. This much has actually even been evidenced in HBO’s ‘The Truth vs. Alex Jones,’ especially as it shines a light upon the way his views on the Sandy Hook Elementary School Shooting changed countless lives. Yet, for now, if you simply wish to learn more about one of his fellow deniers Wolfgang Walter Halbig – with a particular focus on his experiences, actual viewpoints, as well as current standing – we’ve got the details for you.

Who is Wolfgang Halbig?

It was back in early 2013, less than a couple of months following the Sandy Hook massacre that left 20 young kids and six educators dead, that Wolfgang began raising questions regarding its realness. The truth is he’d served as a school security administrator for a better part of his career, so his beliefs were taken seriously by many even before he came on InfoWars’ ‘The Alex Jones Show’ to share the same. “My hairs stood up,” he once said, referring to his reaction when he heard of the attack. “Because they’re not protected in the elementary schools.”

It turns out Wolfgang had initially donated money to the Sandy Hook families, only to soon become convinced it was nothing short of a government plot to raise fear about guns. “I think 14 Dec 2012 is an event that was in planning for a long, long time,” he said. “I think it probably took them two, two-and-a-half years to write the scripts for all the participants that were invited to participate in that exercise – or drill as I will call it… I call it an illusion. The biggest government illusion that’s ever been pulled off by [the US Department of] Homeland Security.”

Wolfgang thus began requesting public records and speaking at education committees, all in the hopes of learning the possible details of the incident, including who cleaned up the blood from the shooting and for the photos of children’s bodies. “I saw an Alex Jones story that said ‘The Sandy Hook School shooting has more holes in it than Swiss cheese,'” he said. “I wanted to fill in those holes – that’s what I was doing by asking my questions.” Then came the questions of wheather the parents who appeared on television claiming to have lost their children in this mass shooting were even real parents or simply paid actors.

As if that’s not enough, Wolfgang has even gone as far as to assert he also has doubts about the 2018 shooting at Marjorie Stoneman Douglas High School in Parkland, Florida. “If I’m wrong about my questions, I promise you I will run as fast as I can to a mental hospital,” he said. “If I am wrong, I really need serious help. I’ll apologize, I’ll put up a billboard in Connecticut saying, ‘I’m sorry for all of the pain I caused you.'” However, he doesn’t believe he is – still to this day, despite the case against Alex and the defamation claims against him, he believes he’s right.

Where is Wolfgang Halbig Now?

From what we can tell, Wolfgang continues to reside in his long-time base of Sorrento in Florida, where he’s surrounded by loved ones at nearly every step of the way. Moreover, and more importantly, it seems like he continues to be devoted to “exposing” what he thinks is a government plot, which is why he has since also established a website wherein he reveals every relevant information. This site is even known to have names, addresses, legal documents, and financial information of the victims’ families, raising great concerns over their overall safety – yet he claims he has been the one harassed and exploited for this over the years.

We should also mention that in January 2020, at the age of 73, Wolfgang was arrested on a felony charge related to being in unlawful possession of another person’s identification. This person was victim Noah Pozner’s father, Leonard Pozner, who’d dedicated years of his life trying to remove all possible fake news from the internet using infringement claims. However, he was released from jail within mere hours on a $5,000 bond, and there have been no public updates regarding this matter since – there’s no public information on the Sandy Hook victims’ parents-filed defamation lawsuits against him either. Though since the case against him, he has not been as public regarding his accusations and appears to be spending more time with family.

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