IMS is an independent journalism collective that produces news reports, documentary films and other media.

News Reports
Documentaries
Other Media

Founded in 2014 by citizen journalists and free speech advocates, IMS is proud to be part of the new era of news media publishing.

The group is most notable for producing the controversial documentary, “We Need to Talk about Sandy Hook.” That gave rise to a very clear campaign by the establishment media and individuals to censor the documentary and stifle public debate about its subject and other controversies. From the start, IMS has reported on criminal conspiracies and corruption no matter the cost because it thinks the cost of not doing so, will be greater.

Peter Klein – Co-Founder

Peter Klein is a self-styled journalist, sometimes podcast host, independent documentary producer, blogger and activist. Peter’s career barely hints at what have become his current interests. Those include revisiting and re-contextualizing history, making sense of social and political phenomenon and finding ways to share what he’s learned with others. Peter is from California, but currently resides in Lexington Kentucky.

History isn’t about events of the past to be learned, but rather conspiracies to be uncovered. Not ashamed to be labeled a Conspiracy Theorist, Peter chooses rather to think of himself as an Anti-Propagandist. As his understanding of the way things are has grown and become more refined, he only holds closer to the notion that conspiracies abound. They are, to him largely the result of an America that has grown to respect anonymous authority, to its peril.

Tony Mead – Co-Founder

Tony Mead is an independent research journalist and former administrator of the Sandy Hook Hoax Facebook page which was removed in April, 2018. He has written several articles exposing fraud in the Sandy Hook school shooting story and the Parkland school shooting story. He is a contributing author to the book Nobody Died at Sandy Hook and assisted in the production of the full length documentary films “We Need to Talk About Sandy Hook”, and “Life of Adam”.

Laurel Glaze – Correspondent

Intrepid woman of the people, Laurel Glaze is a California-based blogger. Through her popular blog, “Fifty Shades of Pissed Off” and many posts to alternative news site, “Before it’s News” she has amassed a sizeable audience. Her broader social media presence has amassed an even larger, loyal fan base.

Laurel has persisted, despite a significant campaign of punishment and suppression of her reporting. Vocal on topics ranging from heath issues to suppressed history, she comes to IMS in solidarity and also as a safe haven from the establishment’s efforts to silence her.

Pauline McElroy – Foreign Correspondent

Best known for her research on the 1996 Dunblane School shooting and her comparison work on the 2012 event in Sandy Hook, CT, Pauline joins us as Foreign Correspondent based in Scotland UK. She brings with her over 20 years of experience in citizen advocacy and human rights activism and an inside look at the political landscape of the UK government.

IMS engages in diverse activities. All activity is carried out with one or more of the following strategic intent.

  • Promote the right to free speech.
  • Promote the cause of citizen & independent journalism.
  • Help facilitate the shift to a more participatory & interactive media.
  • Curtail corruption of the media.
  • Foster trust in the media & create an improved media experience.
  • Produce media of the highest quality that is valuable & useful by being created with the best interests of the audience in mind.
  • Expose & curtail crimes of the state, government operations that harm the public & organized crimes to defraud the public.
  • Campaign to curtail state secrets hidden from the public, & generally curtail the government ability to conceal its activities.

IMS continues work on numerous projects. A few will become documentaries while more will become articles or video reports. Still more will reach a dead end or otherwise be undeveloped.

IMS membership is by invitation only, although those interested in membership are encouraged to inquire within. Initially self-funded, IMS now accepts donations from generous individuals to fund its projects and operations.

IMS remains unincorporated, but seeks to become a for-profit corporation as part of its overall expansion plans, of which this web site is a part. The future direction of IMS includes…

  • Expanded News Reporting

    Expanded News Reporting on this site, by more authors with diverse skills & backgrounds.

  • More Video Reports

    More high quality & timely Video Reports.

  • Promotion of & Lobbying

    Promotion of & Lobbying for the Independent Media Community.

  • More Documentary Productions

    More Documentary Productions with expanded Internet, TV & Cable Network distribution.

  • Acting as a Free Speech Advocate

    Acting as a Free Speech Advocate & Association Representative of the Independent Media.

  • Acting as a Media Watchdog

    Acting as a Media Watchdog & Voice behind improving the Quality & Value of Media.