Jim Fetzer: The $33,000,000 Sandy Hook Settlement is Insurance Fraud

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Jim Fetzer, The $33,000,000 Sandy Hook Settlement is Insurance Fraud

In response to the announced settlement between Remington and families of nine of the alleged victims of the Sandy Hook shooting, I have authorized William Sumner Scott, one of the attorneys handling my defense to Pozner claims against me pending before the Wisconsin Supreme Court, to contact the CEO of Liberty Mutual Insurance Group, which wholly owned subsidiary Ironshore Specialty Insurance Company, together with AXA XL, will be saddled with most, if not all, of the $33,000,000 payout, to assert that this appears to be an elaborate scam.

I am eager and willing to produce evidence (see below) that would demonstrate nobody died at Sandy Hook. Below is a copy of the letter to David H. Long, the Liberty Mutual CEO.  The letter sent to C. Scott Gunter, the AXA XL US CEO, is substantially the same.

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