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Dave Gahary moderates a debate between Keith Johnson and Wolfgang Halbig, who debate and discuss Wolf’s upcoming trip to Hartford, Connecticut, where he will lend support to Jonathan Reich and his family and hire an attorney who will file a civil lawsuit regarding the Sandy Hook Elementary School event.
The moderator will ask questions to each participant who will have no more than five minutes to present their argument and evidence and have no more than five minutes for their closing statement. Personal or unnecessary attacks will be met with the mute button.
Callers will be taken during the final hour.
Keith Johnson is an investigative journalist and radio talk show host who has for 17 years worked as a private investigator and polygraph examiner for several Fortune 500 companies and prominent law firms. Keith is based in Tennessee and can be contacted at email@example.com.
Keith will argue that the Sandy Hook Elementary School event was an actual mass-casualty incident.
Wolfgang W. Halbig has worked in public education as a teacher, dean, assistant principal, principal of an alternative school and as the Director for School Safety and Security for the Seminole County Public Schools, a school district of approximately 65,000 students.
A former Florida State Trooper and U.S. Customs Inspector, Halbig has provided safety training and school assessments for more than 4,000 school districts nationwide.
Wolfgang will argue that the Sandy Hook Elementary School event was a staged drill.
On Monday, April 7, 2014, at 8 p.m. ET, Dave Gahary moderates a debate* between CW Wade and Wolfgang Halbig.
For two hours, CW Wade takes on Wolfgang Halbig’s “SIXTEEN QUESTIONS THAT DEMAND THE TRUTH,” as it relates to the controversy surrounding the Sandy Hook Elementary School event of December 14, 2012.
*The debate will follow this format:
Each participant will be asked to give an opening statement to summarize their position.
The moderator will ask questions to each participant where they will have no more than five minutes to present their argument and evidence. If less than the allotted time is used, it will be set aside for a less structured discussion towards the end. At the end of the debate, each participant will have no more than five minutes for their closing statement. Personal or unnecessary attacks will be met with the mute button.
If sufficient time remains, calls will be taken.