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A Sandy Hook denier's request to intervene in the wrongful death lawsuit brought by nine families against Remington has been rejected by a Connecticut judge.  The Wisconsin man, who in a separate case was ordered to pay the father of a victim for claiming the child’s death certificate was a fake, was trying to bolster his appeal in Wisconsin.  Attorneys for both the families and Remington objected to the intervention.  Superior Court Judge Barbara Bellis ruled that the interests alleged were insufficient to allow the man to be brought in as a party, and that he had no standing in her court.

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