SOMETIMES YOU WANT TO COLLABORATE WITH OTHER PEOPLE OF LIKE MINDS WITHOUT FEELING TIED TO ANY GROUP. THAT'S THE GOAL BEHIND IMS.
Independent journalists are an integral part of our modern society. Traditional news institutions don't want to admit that, and even go as far as seeking to narrow the definition of "Journalist" in the eyes of the law. No doubt there is a disperity of quality between the average blogger and an experienced reporter. But, it's a trap to think there's an easy way to classify journalists and by extension the work they produce.
Independent Media Solidarity is a loose knit group of independent journalists that have come together to tackle the issue of Sandy Hook. We are normal people with normal lives, who have families, children, and jobs. Although many of us haven't physically met each other, we are united. All we seek are answers to the many inconsistencies. But most importantly, we just want the truth made available to all who might seek it.
Whether the group will continue to collaborate in areas unrelated to the Sandy Hook event is unknown at this time.