Controversial Sandy Hook Book Banned by Amazon – Now Provided Free of Charge
Author Jim Fetzer's 425-page book Nobody Died at Sandy Hook had been reportedly removed from online bookstore Amazon.
"The book is too good," an intelligence expert hadallegedly told Fetzer. "It has the potential to bring down the Obama administration. They are going to do everything that they can to suppress it–so don't be surprised when it happens!"
Fetzer and his co-editor Mike Palecek received the following notification from CreateSpace, the company that provides publishing for Amazon:
"What could be more telling than that they have taken the book down but cannot explain the reasons for suppressing it, which of course they had to have had in advance of taking it down," Fetzer says. "Just how dumb are we all supposed to be?"
What's most interesting is the book was up for a short time and sold around 500 copies. It even received several ratings from both actual purchasers and those with an opinion about what they had not read.