The people speak — James Tracy about stalking by a network
On February 10, 2016 former Professor James Tracy (Ph. D. communication) was interviewed on BBS Radio by host Steven Johnson about his termination from Florida Atlantic University. He complained about stalking by a network and a psychological operation. He announced the interview on his website as follows:
On this episode we feature a pre-recorded interview with former Professor James Tracy, who was a recent guest on BBS Radio’s “The People Speak” with host Steven Johnson. Tracy discusses his experience of being targeted and stalked by Lenny Pozner and Pozner’s “HONR Network,” and how media mis-reporting of the harassment contributed to Tracy’s termination from his tenured faculty position at Florida Atlantic University in Boca Raton.
The FAU President John Kelly-led administration is regarded by some professors at the south Florida university as the most anti-free speech and anti-faculty in the school’s history. In late 2015, for example, the administration attempted to end tenure at the university. Hostility toward free speech has been further demonstrated in Tracy’s firing, in addition to numerous threats Kelly has made to professors who’ve made public remarks he doesn’t favor.
In addition to the interview Tracy takes calls from listeners to the worldwide broadcast, answering questions on his FAU firing and related topics involving threats to free speech and academic freedom in America.
This is the part where he complains of stalking.
(MP3, 2.9 MB, 5:03)
This is the full show.
(MP3, 20.3 MB, 59:02)