Sandy Hook father Lenny Pozner sues Delray Beach
A father of a child killed at Sandy Hook just sued the city of Delray Beach, accusing an employee of illegally accessing his driver’s license records.
Lenny Pozner, whose son Noah was among 20 children murdered at Sandy Hook Elementary School in Newtown, Connecticut in 2012, filed a lawsuit in federal court against the city and employee Rhea-Lyn Gerstenkorn.
The complaint says Gerstenkorn on at least three occasions illegally accessed Pozner’s personal information through Florida’s Driver and Information Database through her position at the police department.
Considering Pozner for years battled conspiracy theorists intent on proving his son never existed, he labeled such searches “unwelcome.”
“Mr. Pozner has been a target by Alex Jones and Jones’s extreme right-wing conspiracy co-theorists regarding the Sandy Hook shooting being a government plot that was staged to provide an excuse to confiscate assault rifles,” wrote Mark Tietig, Pozner’s attorney, in the complaint.
On Gerstenkorn’s LinkedIn page, she says she has worked as an analyst at the Delray Beach Police Department for more than eight years.
She’s also vice president