Louis Leo, IV: Attorney to Hoaxers LOSES HIS CASE Against Florida Atlantic University (FAU).

Jury found termination of college professor was not motivated by his controversial blog where the attorney’s client denies anyone was killed at Sandy Hook Elementary School.

On Jan. 8, 2016, James Tracy was fired from Florida Atlantic University. Tracy claimed he was fired because of his controversial beliefs about the shooting in Newtown, Connecticut, which he expressed on his internet blog in December 2012. He was represented by Louis Frank Leo, IV.

Tracy and lawyers attempted to sue Florida Atlantic University, people affiliated with the public university and the ex-professor’s union. Only the claims against FAU’s Board of Trustees went to trial.

Defense counsel claimed Tracy, who denied anyone died at Sandy Hook, was fired for refusing to comply with directives to fill out the required outside activities-conflict of interests form and, if FAU wanted to fire Tracy for his writings, it would have done so after his initial post from years prior.

Case: Tracy v. Florida Atlantic University Board of Trustees

Case No.: 9:16-cv-80655-RLR

Plaintiffs attorneys:

Matthew Alan Benzion, Benzion Law Group, Wilton Manors, FL
Steven Michael Blickensderfer and Richard J. Ovelmen, Carlton Fields, Miami, FL
Louis Frank Leo IV and Joel D. Medgebow, Medgebow Law, Coconut Creek, FL

Louis Leo, IV
Louis Leo seen screaming at official news organizations.

Louis Leo, IV threw a Hoaxer tantrum calling everyone fake news while spewing conspiracy rhetoric.

Louis Leo, IV continues posting malicious and defamatory public statements on various social media accounts against victims of mass casualty events.

Leo, IV promotes the false rhetoric from an unhinged population of conspiracy theorists that he shockingly identifies with.  The hoaxer collective mission is to promote these false narratives, which purport that the shooting was a government perpetrated a hoax against society in order to promote public support for gun control in America.  They contend that the shooting victims didn’t really die, or never really existed and that the families and first responders were “crisis actors” hired by the government to deceive the public by way of a “false flag hoax”.

A source at the trial who witnessed the verdict that day was quoted as saying, “The only thing in court appearing to be a hoax is James Tracy’s hair.”

James Tracy Hoax


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