I'm reposting this for the one-year commemoration of the Sandy Hook shooting, and also based on this news about the effect of FCC complaints; I have included a link to FCC complaint form. Let's keep pushing for positive change.On Weds, Dec. 4th, talk show host Clyde Lewis said on his nationally syndicated show that the newly released recordings of 911 calls during the Sandyhook school shooting in Newtown, CT, shows more evidence of "crisis actors" at the scene that was "manipulated to the point that it was faked." During his show "Ground Zero", he said the recordings show "discrepancies" from the "official story" as part of an "agenda" against "Second Amendment rights."
Lewis said that "there were people there you could single out as crisis actors." Lewis specifically referred to one of the grieving parents, Robbie Parker, the father of six-year-old daughter who was killed, as an actor faking his role. "They hired some people to come in and pretend like they were parents," Lewis said, "and they hired some people to come in and pretend like they were there and witnessing it all."
If you're as sick as I am of these right wing lunatics and their exploitation of the murder of children for their own ratings, contact the sponsors of Ground Zero and let them know. Please be polite. Email addresses and suggested message below.
Dear sponsor Ground Zero radio show,Advertisers and radio station emails (new ones in bold) :
Are you aware that by running your ads on the "Ground Zero" radio program, your company is being associated with a radio program that says the tragic shooting of children at the Sandyhook grade school was "faked" by "crisis actors" as part of an "agenda"?
It's very possible you purchased your ads as part of a larger package and you are not aware that your company is being associated with such vile and disgusting exploitation of the tragic mass murder of children in Connecticut a year ago. There is nothing lower than suggesting that "crisis actors" were used at Sandyhook as part of some sort of conspiracy. I'm confident your company doesn't support that.
You can hear the disgusting comments here http://youtu.be/...
Thank you for your time,
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FCC complaint form http://apps.fcc.gov/...
*(1) Date of Program: 12/04/2013
*(2) Time of Program: 09:00 PM
*(3) Network: Premiere Radio / Clear Channel
*(4) Call Sign, Channel OR Frequency of the station on which you viewed/heard the material: KXL FM
*(5) City and State Where Program Was Viewed/Heard: Portland, OR
*(6) Name of Program or DJ/Personality/Song/Film: Ground Zero, Clyde Lewis
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Please include below as many details about the program as possible in order to help the FCC determine whether the material was obscene, profane, and/or indecent (such as specific words, language, images, etc.).
It's indecent and obscene to say that the grieving family of the children killed in the Sandy Hook grade school were "actors." It's political pornography. It doesn't belong on the public airwaves.
Clyde Lewis said that "crisis actors" were used at the Sandy Hook shooting, which was "manipulated to the point that it was faked" as part of an "agenda." Lewis said that "there were people there you could single out as crisis actors." Lewis specifically referred to one of the grieving parents, Robbie Parker, the father of six-year-old daughter who was killed, as an actor faking his role. "They hired some people to come in and pretend like they were parents," Lewis said, "and they hired some people to come in and pretend like they were there and witnessing it all."
We don't have things like Holocaust Denial, for example, on our airwaves. We can't have this either.
So far, several advertisers have responded to the email campaign. Red Wing Shoes responded positively, saying their ads don't intentionally play on the show and they will investigate the matter, so they were removed from the list. Solaire Energy Systems (GoSolaire emails) complained about the attention without responding to the issue. Several other companies sent a default response and so we await their further replies. Good job! For those of you joining the effort, the email list above has been updated.