Claim: James Fetzer, James Tracy, and a few other PHd holders, collaborated on a thoroughly debunked "book" called "Nobody died at Sandy Hook". "Creative space" approved this book to be sold on Amazon Oct. 22,2015 and on November 20 2015, it was removed from Amazon. I'm not going to debunk the claim because you can't prove a negative, esp a negative presented with no evidence. But i would like to point out that even if Amazon was a hoaxer-supporter, they would have to remove the book. I lost count how many photo copyright infringements are contained within it and on it's cover. While some of the photos have restrictions such as: The example i chose to use (because it's not of people, children or stolen death certificate images) located on page 81 of Fetzers now free PDF book version, has the restrictions stated as: http://www.corbisimages.com/stock-p...al-photo-showing-demolition-work-near?popup=1 This is Fetzers version from page 81: Now the thing about selling (commercial use) a book with illegal photos is - it's illegal. Amazon would have no choice to remove the book from their website once they became aware of these infringement issues. Just as Mick will have to remove my above photo if the license holder does not approve it's use. Fetzer claims Amazon would not tell him WHY the book was removed. This of course may be true, but Fetzer did decided to immediately offer his book for free, rather than sell it on his website or other conspiracy sites. I'd also like to note that Amazon does carry Fetzer's other "evil government" conspiracy books still. Some additional info on "editorial use" of licensed photos (not to imply he actually bought a license for any of the photos used, i have no idea): bold added by me. and just because it is weird as all get out... he even used Micks snip (page 166) from the FBI debunk thread! I mean seriously how hard is it to snip your own snip?