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Alex Jones Ordered to Turn Over Docs to Sandy Hook Families

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InfoWars founder and blathering conspiracy theory peddler Alex Jones was handed yet another legal setback on Friday. Jones is being sued by several family members of the victims of the 2012 Sandy Hook Elementary School massacre in Newtown, CT, for claiming the mass shooting was a hoax. In one of those cases, six families of victims killed at Sandy Hook and the family of a former FBI agent are accusing Jones of profiting from lies he continuously told on his radio and online networks about the killings. A Superior Court judge in CT ruled Friday that Jones must turn over discovery material, including internal financial and marketing documents, to the plaintiffs in the case.
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All calls for proper evidence into this event were ridiculed, yet those who doubt the story, as told, are instantly vilified. Even if it wasn't a "hoax", it is extremely unclear what actually happened.

Maybe Jones was a little too "passionate" about what he may have believed, but I still say they're just going after the low-hanging fruit to keep others from asking too many questions.

It was quite obvious Jones drove himself pretty crazy, but there's some pretty intelligent, well-balanced people who have a big problem with the official narrative of Sandy Hook, while countless videos questioning the event continue to be taken down without suitable explanation.

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