Wolfgang Halbig's Attorney Quits Case, Fears for Life
Posted on April 5th, 2015

From James Tracy at Memory Hole Blog
On Wednesday, April 1 Wolfgang Halbig retained a Connecticut-based attorney, Kay Wilson, to represent him in his FOI case for records pertaining to the Sandy Hook Elementary School shooting of December 14, 2012. On April 3 Wilson informed Halbig that she could no longer represent him, citing a fear for her safety and that of her family, according to Halbig.

“My new attorney just resigned stating that she is concerned for her safety and that of her family,” Halbig wrote in an April 3 email to Linda Fasciano, one of the Connecticut’s Freedom of Information Commission‘s administrative assistants. “All this in just three days. Who talked to her?”
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