I was reading an FFCHS newsletter from December 2014 , and I came across this:
"Judge denies motion to dismiss Aaron Alexis
shooting victim relative's lawsuit based upon
the email exchanges between Aaron Alexis, the
Washington Navy Yard Shooter and myself."
This lawsuit was news to me, so I looked into it further, and discovered that some of the victim’s relatives are suing the government and two of its contractors for wrongful death in the Washington Navy Yard shooting, based on the fact that the security measures that were in place at the time of the shooting were so loose.  The only mention I could find anywhere that the alleged email exchanges between Alexis and FFCHS had anything to do with this lawsuit was from FFCHS (above) and an online ‘news’ outlet called PRWeb.  A look at the PRWeb website shows that for a fee it will disseminate anything you submit as a news release (without regard to its accuracy). There is no mention of this lawsuit having to do with FFCHS anywhere but from FFCHS’s own ‘news’ releases. But don’t just take my word for it. Check it out for yourself. Just google “Aaron Alexis” + “lawsuit” + “FFCHS”.
So Derrick Robinson is blatantly lying about FFCHS’s connection to Aaron Alexis once again, and apparently only to promote itself in the TI community, as usual.
One article I came across regarding the Washington Navy Yard shooting , in which the author claims to have talked to Derrick Robinson and was shown the emails from Aaron Alexis, stated:
“…it was only after the massacre that federal authorities showed any interest in Alexis’ email exchanges.”
This is worded to suggest that FFCHS attempted to contact authorities to inform them about the email exchanges before the shooting. However, this goes in direct contradiction to FFCHS’s earlier claims that they didn’t even pay attention to Alexis’ emails until after the shooting, as many will remember. So it appears that Derrick Robinson is still very busy spreading lies about their contact with Aaron Alexis.
Another one of the links I came across while looking for information on this lawsuit happened to be the website of The Cochran Firm, which is the law firm that’s representing the victim’s relatives. I found this statement near the top of their page :
"The team of experienced attorneys with The Cochran Firm, D.C., is examining
potential claims that may arise from the mass shooting. If the shooting could
have been stopped but was not prevented due to negligence or recklessness, the responsible party needs to be held accountable. Holding a careless individual or corporation liable for the harmful results of their actions or inaction is a
powerful to prompt change and may help prevent such a tragedy in the future."
Serious questions had been immediately raised by myself and many others when it was first learned that the board of directors at FFCHS allowed Aaron Alexis’ pleas for help to go unnoticed until after the shooting, at which point Derrick Robinson used the incident to promote his fraudulent and inept organization. There are even deeper questions about FFCHS’s possible influence on Alexis to think and act as he did, just as there now is with regard to their involvement with Myron May.
It seems to me that at this point FFCHS is in a position where they need to make themselves appear innocent and absolved of any responsibility for Aaron Alexis’ thoughts and actions that led to his death, at least among the TI community that they have continually lied to and worked to immobilize for ten years while pretending to do the opposite. This ‘news release’ by Derrick Robinson (both above and at PRWeb) appears to be nothing more than purposeful obfuscation, calculated to make people think that they’ve already been in contact with the Chocran law firm, so no one else will bother to do so.
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 “FFCHS: The Year in Review”
 “Navy Yard wrongful death lawsuit re-filed in Florida court” - Washington Post
http://www.washingtonpost.com/local/crime/navy-yard-wrongful-death-lawsuit-re-filed-in-florida-court/2014/04/16/8edb9ece-c5a0-11e3-9f37-7ce307c56815_story.html "Florida Judge Denies Motion to Dismiss filed by the US Navy and three other defendants after receiving Alexis email correspondence with FFCHS" - PRWeb
 “New Evidence Surfaces in Navy Yard Shooting" - American Free Press
 “Washington Navy Yard Shooting Lawsuit” - The Cochran Firm