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All Rights Reserved.A Florida college professor fired after he allegedly harassed one of the victims of the 2012 school shooting in Newtown, Conn.

, is suing the school for wrongful termination and violation of his right to free speech, according to the Palm Beach Post.

James Tracy was fired by Florida Atlantic University in January.The college did not say in its press release announcing his termination from the School of Communication and Multimedia Studies why it was firing him.

The parents of one student killed at Sandy Hook recently claimed in a Florida newspaper opinion piece that Tracy was taunting them.

The parents of 6-year-old victim Noah Pozner say Tracy harassed them, demanding proof their son existed, according to CBS Miami.Police say the family has their condolences and they too are frustrated by slow 911 response times.

They say their operators are understaffed and that 73 calls came in during the half-hour span when the parents called.Get Breaking News Delivered to Your Inbox CBS affiliate KFMB reported police said the parents were in bed watching TV with their newborn son and dog around 8 p.

m.Thursday night when the mother coughed.

The coughing startled the dog and it unexpectedly bit the baby, Sgt.