Timeline - Screening Sandy Hook, Causes and Consequences


May 7: establishment of the AMA, a private, secretive organization of allopathic physicians



January 1: England and Wales imposed mandatory smallpox vaccines



July 15: The London Lancet reported that 6,854 of the 9,392 smallpox victims in the London hospitals had been vaccinated

Cold Spring Harbor founded


April 14: the AMA was incorporated in Chicago as a profit-based medical system



June: Rockefeller founded The Rockefeller Institute for Medical Research to study eugenics



U.S. enacted a compulsory smallpox vaccination program in the Philippines though the citizens had never experienced smallpox

Carnegie Institution of Washington established the Station for Experimental Evolution at Cold Spring Harbor



First deadly smallpox epidemic in the Philippines



Carnegie Foundation published Flexner’s Medical Education in the United States and Canada



First mandatory vaccination of every US soldier (diphtheria) at the end of WWI



May 13: DuPont filed a patent for an ethyl mercury fungicide called Ceresan

June 27: Morris Kharasch filed a patent for thimerosal, marketed by Eli Lilly

October: Eli Lilly registered thimerosal under the trade name Merthiolate



Forestry industry used Kharasch’s ethyl mercury chloride called K-1 for fungus

In the 1930s, drug makers began using thimerosal in vaccines and other products



Food and Drug Cosmetics Act altered the system of how drugs were sold  


Third-party payers were not always dominant in medical care. Until the post–World War II era, medical services were pay-as-you-go affairs. Employers, faced with chronic labor shortages, provided tax-free “benefits” such as health insurance

Nov 19: President Harry S Truman called for the creation of a national health insurance fund 



Congress gave doctors their monopolistic prescribing privileges

April 4: CIA Director officially established the Psychological Strategy Board



First Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders (DSM) published



April 11: establishment of the Department of Health and Human Services



Federal agencies began mass polio vaccinations



September: NIMH held conference to “consider the entire psychotropic question.”



The incidence of polio increased by 50% (1957-1958 and by 80% (1958-1959)



FDA approved Ritalin (methylphenidate hydrochloride), a schedule II drug

June 30: FDA told drug makers that they would not approve of SV40-contaminated polio vaccines after that date



GD Searle chemist accidently discovers aspartame which the pentagon lists as a prospective biochemical warfare weapon

July 30: President Lyndon B. Johnson signed Medicare into law


Medicare’s coverage took effect, as Americans age 65 and older were enrolled in Part A and millions of other seniors signed up for Part B.



Seven monkeys fed aspartame with milk, one dies, five have Grand Mal seizures



January: CDC approved of the drug maker’s use of thimerosal in vaccines

December 2: Nixon created the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) to protect human health and the environment



Dr. John Olney finds that aspartame causes holes in the brains of infant mice

FDA quality control official expressed concern about the mercury in vaccines

Beginning of increased lawsuits against drug firms due to DTP vaccine injuries



US government terminated the use of mercury compounds in industrial situations



July 1: Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA) created to control and regulate

FDA approved thimerosal for numerous products



Creation of fluoxetine by a scientist at Eli Lilly

Eli Lilly ceased production of vaccines

APA formed a task force to assess the importance of pharmaceutical support
Roundup was introduced to the consumer market


1975: Henry Gadsden, of Merck, said he wanted Merck to be able to “sell to everyone”



Jonas Salk admitted that the mass polio vaccinations caused most of the cases of polio since 1961



Autism appeared in the DSM for the first time

APA’s board voted to allow drug makers to start sponsoring scientific symposiums

The APA added ADHD to the DSM

October 19: FDA announced the unsafety of OTC products containing thimerosal



Merck advertised in Reader’s Digest in the first (DTC print ad

FDA approved Xanax (alprazolam) as an anti-anxiety agent

June 6: Peter Lanza and Nancy Champion marry
July 15: FDA team and approves NutraSweet for dry products
October 15: FDA announces that Searle has filed a petition that aspartame be approved as a sweetener in carbonated beverages and other liquids (Sweet Misery, A Poisoned World); (Sweet Remedy: The World Reacts)



January 5: introduction of hepatitis B vaccine for high risk adults

April: TV documentary, DPT: Vaccine Roulette, shown in Washington DC

FDA panel concluded that thimerosal was unsafe and ineffective as a bacteriostatic



September 24: Drug Price Competition and Patent Term Restoration Act of 1984



FDA considered accepting clinical trials conducted in other countries

APA secretary Fred Gottlieb observed that the APA was now receiving “millions of dollars of drug house money” each year

British Medical Research Council compared the toxicology of ethyl and methylmercury



Suicide became apparent in Eli Lilly’s clinical trials of Prozac

February: Winship published Organic mercury compounds and their toxicity

November 14: Congress passed National Childhood Vaccine Injury Act (NCVIA)



December 29: FDA approved Prozac for treating depression



January: Eli Lilly launched Prozac in the United States

NIMH conducted its Depression Awareness Recognition and Treatment campaign

October 1: creation of National Vaccine Injury Compensation Program (NVICP)

October 1: Vaccine makers receive immunity from prosecution for injury/death



January 1: Congress designated the beginning of the Decade of the Brain

March 26: Newsweek’s cover: Prozac: a Breakthrough Drug for Depression

March 29: NY Times science writer promotes Prozac

July 17: President Bush announces confirms the Decade of the Brain

August 1: the FDA dismissed the Scientology petition

August 2: Operation Desert Shield, US military received anthrax vaccine

August: US military destroy Iraqi’s electricity production facilities, nuclear reactors, port facilities, telecommunications equipment, oil refineries and distribution, railroads and bridges

August 6: UN Security Council impose sanctions on Iraq (Resolution 661)



January 17: Operation Desert Storm, vaccines cause chronic fatigue, fibromyalgia, and gastrointestinal disorders

CDC altered and increased the number of vaccines in its schedule

May 6: Time vilified Scientology as a “ruthless, terroristic, litigious, lucrative” cult

June 23: pentagon officials admitted deliberate intention to destroy to Iraq’s ability to support itself

Dr. Hilleman (retired Merck vice president) admitted that thimerosal was almost 50% mercury



April 22: Adam Lanza is born (C-section) at Exeter Hospital in New Hampshire

June 12: Dr. George Peter (AAP) justified the Hepatitis B vaccine to all infants

October 1: establishment of SAMHSA

October 29: George H. W. Bush enacted the Prescription Drug User Fee Act



April 1: US government to provide free vaccines to all children

May 11: Ciba sponsored the fourth Annual Decade of the Brain Symposium

AAP’s efforts diminish the data that doctors provide to their patients or to parents





By 1995, NVICP had paid $700 million to victim families for vaccine injuries

March 10: Shalala (DHHS Secretary) removed all seizure disorders from the Vaccine Injury Table in the NCVIA





March 24: CDC published a list of vaccines for routine administration to children

April 23: Reauthorization of the Prescription Drug User Fee Act of 1992

August 6: CDC added Hepatitis B, Haemophilus influenza type b, and varicella vaccines to its schedule

EPA presented two reports on mercury and its health implications to Congress

August 8: FDA issued guidelines that enabled the use of broadcast ads for DTC

November 21: Clinton signed the FDA Regulatory Modernization Act of 1997



June 29: FDA issued guidelines for drug testing on children by drug companies

October 7: Implementation of FDA Modernization Act, Dr. Friedman testified

November 16-18: NIH Expert Panel (Consensus Conference) on ADHD

December 14: FDA requested mercury data in drugs and food from manufacturers



April 1: FDA Regulatory Modernization Act of 1997 took effect

April 20: Columbine High School shootings in Littleton, Colorado

April 29: William Egan, FDA, wrote a letter to drug companies

June 1: manufacturers deadline to submit data on products containing mercury

July 1: CBER told vaccine makers that it would continue to evaluate thimerosal  

July 7: the AAP and PHS released a Joint Statement about thimerosal in vaccines

July 9: CDC announced the Joint Statement by the AAP and PHS

August 27: FDA approved Merck’s single-antigen preservative-free hepatitis B vaccine (Recombivax HB®, Pediatric)

November 26: CDC rejected SmithKline Beecham’s proposal to produce a thimerosal-free DTaP vaccine



February 29: Verstraeten gives internal report to CDC committee

March 9: Verstraeten emailed Davis and DeStefano about thimerosal damage

April 6: Dan Burton’s hearing on vaccine safety

May 15: Official report of Columbine released

May 16: Safe Minds Group meeting at NIH and FDA

June 7-8: CDC’s National Immunization Program Simpsonwood Conference

June 15: Burton’s hearing on conflicts of interest in the vaccine approval process

June 21: CDC’s ACIP discussion of Vaccine Datalink thimerosal study

July 11: Burton hearing about mercury, moms testify about their children

July 14: Verstraeten wrote to Grandjean about his misgivings about thimerosal

July 26: Dr. Barbara Starfield claimed that FDA-approved drugs kill 106,000 Americans each year

July 16: Mark Blaxill of Safe Minds presented info to Immunization Safety Review Committee

July 31: Safe Minds wrote to FDA chief Jane Henney asking her to prohibit thimerosal in medical products

September 18-19: DHHS, the FDA, the NIMH, and other government agencies held consensus conference

October 2-3: Psychopharmacology for Young Children, consensus conference

November 7: Liz Birt filed FOIA requesting info from Simpsonwood conference

December 23: Bush named Mitch Daniels of Eli Lilly as the OMB Director



CDC altered and increased the number of vaccines in its schedule again

CDC rejected the use of thimerosal-free vaccines that the drug makers offered

June 20: Andrea Yates, on various psych drugs, drowned her five children

August: Lilly lost its U.S. patent protection for Prozac

October 1: IOM dismissed causal link between thimerosal and autism

Vaccine makers conducted a precautionary removal of thimerosal in some vaccines



March 7: Liz Birt, Counsel for Safe Minds, wrote to Congressman Dan Burton

April 29: Bush established the New Freedom Commission on Mental Health

November 25: Bush’s Homeland Security Act took affect



January 3: FDA officially approved of Prozac for children from 7-17

March 19: US invasion of Iraq, bombing destroys Iraq’s healthcare system

May 20: Dan Burton presented data to the House regarding mercury in vaccines

May 22: End of US economic sanctions against Iraq

August 18: policies enacted s that drug companies could introduce generic versions

November 22: Dr. Yoshitake Tanaka of the Kitasato Institute met with Dr. William Egan and FDA officials

December 8: Bush signed Medicare Prescription Drug Improvement and Modernization Act



February 2: FDA held public hearing about reports of suicides in the clinical trials

February 2: Dr. Peter R. Breggin addressed the FDA Panel

February 9: IOM convened a conference to examine thimerosal in vaccines

March 22: FDA alerted the public about SSRI risks via a Public Health Advisory

May 27: Autism One Conference in Chicago with Dr. Andrew Wakefield

September 8: Egan testified to House committee about thimerosal in vaccines
September 9: FDA hearing about the adverse effects of antidepressants

September 13-14: FDA hearings at the Holiday Inn in Bethesda, Maryland

September 23: Dr. Temple testified before Senate about depression and suicidality

October 15: FDA warned people of the adverse effects of antidepressants on adolescents

December 1: CDC added hepatitis A vaccine to the VICP



July 1: CDC added the trivalent influenza vaccines to its schedule

September 11: Dr. Fox diagnosed Adam Lanza with Aspergers syndrome

The US and the EU began removing mercury-containing vaccine from their schedule



January 4: Walgreens released a report showing the growth for the preceding year

January 25: AMC Entertainment Inc. and Loews Cineplex Entertainment merged

May 18: Merck announced that the FDA’s Advisory Committee approved Gardasil

October 24: Dr. King diagnosed Adam Lanza with OCD and profound ASD



February 1: CDC added meningococcal and human papillomavirus (HPV) vaccines

February 1: Nancy Lanza and Dr. Paul Fox communicated via email

April 18-19: IOM conference, Autism and the Environment: Challenges and Opportunities for Research

December 18: rescinding of the Fairness Doctrine, more media monopolization



January 17: Cass Sunstein and Adrian Vermeule posted a document on the Internet

April 24: Jesus Carrizales hit Fresno high school’s officer with a baseball bat. 

September 23: culinary student Matti Saari shot and killed 9 students and a teacher



August 19: Newtown Bee published Back to School special focusing on SHES

September: Peter and Nancy Lanza formally get divorced

December 24: Wellstone-Domenici Mental Health Parity and Addiction Equity Act



February 5: Hammad Memon shot and killed Discover Middle School student

March 3: NSSC issued 49-page document of all media-reported “school associated deaths”  

April 1: implementation of the new mental health program in Connecticut

December 13: A 17-year-old boy held 20 pre-school kids and their teacher hostage



February 16: HHS unveiled the 2010 National Vaccine Plan, a 10-year strategy

April: Lanza began going to the Loews Theater in Danbury to play DDR

September 21: Christian Helms shot and wounded Socastee High School’s “resource” officer

October 24: 15-year-old girl stabbed a girl 25 times at Snohomish High School



April 20: PhRMA announced that big pharma is now developing 300 new vaccines

July 13: Fox relinquished his license to practice in Connecticut and New York

November: Adam Lanza discontinued his visits to the Loews Theater in Danbury

December 14: school shooting drill in Bridgeport, 19 to 20 miles from Newtown

December 14: former neighbor said that Lanza was a “really rambunctious kid”

December 15: Dr. H. Wayne Carver gave a press conference

December 15: CNN filmed Robbie Parker in an eighteen-minute press conference

December 16: Tom Ridge on Fox News said the drugs influenced SHES shootings

December 17: 27-second of the CNN video saying Robbie Parker was an actor

December 17: detectives interviewed Fox by phone, about AL’s medical records

December 18: Alex Jones had the 27-second video on his InfoWars website

December 18: Sanjay Gupta on CNN said that drugs influenced SHES shootings

December 18: Anderson Cooper had the parents of Grace McDonnell on CNN

December 18: Megyn Kelly of Fox News interviewed Gene Rosen

December 18: Mark S. Mann appeared on Sean G. Turnbull’s SGT Report

December 19: Rachael Van Ness received copies of AL’s psych/counseling records

December 20: J. Friend said the shooting was a major cover-up and PSYOP
December 20: Dr. James Tracy wrote Analyzing the Newtown Narrative: Sandy Hook’s Disappearing Shooter Suspects

December 20: Christian Dem wrote about a post on Dr. James Tracy’s blog

December 21: Jay Johnson said it was a psychological operation and a hoax

December 24: Dr. James Tracy wrote The Sandy Hook Massacre: Unanswered Questions and Missing Information

December 27: Veteran’s Today published Cimino and Fetzer’s Sandy Hook: Huge Hoax  

December 27: Peter Lanza claimed his son’s body



January 2: Fox News broadcaster noted the tie between mass murder and psych drugs

January 3: Governor Malloy established the Sandy Hook Advisory Commission

January 7: the Sun Sentinel published an article about Dr. James Tracy and his claims

Januray &: The Huffington Post re-ran the Sun Sentinel’s story

January 7: YouTuber published 30-minute video, Sandy Hook Shooting - Fully Exposed

January 7: Alex Jones appeared on Piers Morgan’s CCN show talking about gun control

January 8: Kaili Joy Gray ridiculed Dr. James Tracy on the Daily Kos

January 8: Christian Dem wrote that Tracy claims that the media were complicit

January 8: Lisa Metcalf, Director of Media Relations at FAU, told the University Press, FAU’s Finest News Source, “James Tracy does not speak for the university

January 11: 10.6 million views of Sandy Hook Shooting - Fully Exposed

January 11: CNN’s Anderson Cooper highlighted Tracy, gave out web site URL

January 12, Christian Dem (Daily Kos) wrote about Cooper’s program on Tracy
January 12: according to the University Press, FAU’s Finest News Source, over 800 news sources discuss FAU professor’s Newtown conspiracy

January 14: Megan Kelly (Fox News) gave air time to James Tracy’s views

January 14: Cooper broadcasted from Newtown and talked about the gun issue

January 15: Sean Johnson shot and killed an official at the Stevens Institute
January 16: Ryan Cortes reported in the University Press, FAU’s Finest News, that Tracy's "blog posts weren’t picked up by the mainstream media" until he wrote his article of 12/24/2012

January 16: Obama issued 23 Executive Orders on Gun Control

January 16: Mike Powers (Hollingsworth) was on Joyce Riley’s The Power Hour

January 16: a website published a portion of the CNN video of Robbie Parker

January 16: Sandy Hook Justice claimed Robbie Parker was an actor

January 17: a YouTube user uploaded just twenty-seven seconds of the CNN video

January 18: Alex Jones’s InfoWars website published the 27-second video

January 18: two BuzzFeed journalists talked about people had crossed the barrier from the alternative to the mainstream media

January 18: Dr. James Tracy was on the Alex Jones Show with Paul Joseph Watson

January 19: Ben Swann questioned the idea that there was only one shooter at SH

January 19: Mark Howitt published video, Sandy Hook - The Documentary, part 1

January 23: Nodinsinfo claimed that all of the Sandy Hook parents were phonies
January 24: FAU would receive receive 384 pages of emails, the majority of which expressed outrage over an article about Tracy’s theories in the Sun Sentinel

January 25: Mark Howitt published video, Sandy Hook - The Documentary, part 2

January 27: two authors co-hosted radio program, The Sandy Hook Massacre, What Really Happened

January 30: YouTuber claims SHES was not in operation, 98,848 views

January 30: Cimino and Fetzer wrote The Nexus of Tyranny: The Strategy behind Tucson, Aurora and Sandy Hook

February 11: Hunter Stuart wrote an article for the Huffington Post, Sandy Hook Hoax Theories Explained: Why Newtown ‘Truther’ Arguments Don’t Hold Up

March 5: Sheila Matthews (AbleChild) sent a four-page letter to Dr. Carver

March 19: Dr. Carver denied AbleChild’s request for information

April 1: FDA allows preservatives, diluents, adjuvants, and aluminum in vaccines

April 4: AbleChild attorney Emord filed a 26-page appeal using the (FOIC) to obtain AL’s medical records

April 4: Public Act 13-3 approved making changes in firearms policies in CT

April 28: Dr. Tracy's FAU peers stated that he was not an academic and should resign

May 7: Peter Lanza signed a release form for AL’s medical records to the CT ME

May 13: Carver releases AL’s toxicology results from his autopsy

August 1: Governor Malloy had appointed Sarah Eagan as the Child Advocate

August 22: Kwanashie admitted that releasing data about AL’s prescription drug use could “… cause a lot of people to stop taking their medications.”

October 1: anyone buying ammunition has to have state-issued gun credentials

October 21: Jose Reyes killed a teacher and wounded two students at Sparks Middle School

November 5: Sofia Smallstorm released her video, Sofia Smallstorm Unraveling Sandy Hook
November 25: Stephen J. Sedensky’s report released
December 15: Peter Klein of Tyranny News Network released his video, SANDY HOOK - CREATING REALITY

December 27: Official report released by the State Attorney’s office



January 18: Peter Lanza willing to release AL’s treatment records to SHAC

January 23: Scott Jackson, the SHAC chair, met with Peter Lanza

March 14: SHAC members Schwartz and Flaherty viewed some of Lanza’s school, medical and psychological records

March 17: The New Yorker published Andrew Solomon’s interview of Peter Lanza

April 10: UNICEF starts nationwide polio vaccination campaign in Iraq

April 25: Chris Plaskon stabbed Maren Sanchez at Jonathan Law High School

May 13: to date, 38,773 people reported to have side effects when taking Prozac

May 23: Elliot Rodger killed six and injured thirteen others then committed suicide

June 5: Ybarra killed one and wounded two at Seattle Pacific University (DR)

July 25-27: two dozen people killed in Chicago

August 15: Jackson said, “Our report is not going to be a deconstruction of Adam Lanza.”

September 24: Alex Jones web site published article claiming the FBI showed no murders in Newtown in 2012


February: 60.6 million people enrolled in Medicare. Enrollment had stood at fewer than 50 million people as of 2014
December: https://forecheck32.medium.com/were-coronavirus-lockdowns-political-7d83ab39eb9c