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Remington and 9 Sandy Hook families suing the company have found themselves on the same side of an issue in their case.  Both sides are trying to prevent a Wisconsin man from trying to intervene in the case.  James Fetzer previously was ordered to pay 450-thousand dollars to the father of one of the children killed on 12-14 after claiming the child’s death certificate was a fake.  Remington says if the man's motion is granted it would present a distraction from the merits of the parties’ claims and defenses in this litigation, fueling baseless conspiracy theories.  The attorney for the families, Josh Koskoff, agrees saying the Sandy Hook denier's motion to intervene fails would have absolutely no bearing on the Wisconsin matter and only enable the petitioner to repeat these lies in a new venue.

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