Alex Jones Loses by Default in Sandy Hook Defamation Lawsuits

Alex Jones, the Infowars founder and conspiracy theorist who claimed that the Sandy Hook school shooting in 2012 was a hoax, has lost two defamation lawsuits filed in Texas by victims’ families because he failed to provide requested information to the court, filings show. You can read more at The New York Times.

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Trial Lawyer Mark Bankston News Commentary: Social Media Censorship Not an Answer for Online Abuses

In a news opinion piece for Business Insider, Farrar & Ball trial lawyer Mark Bankston examines the controversy surrounding Big Tech’s “deplatforming” of high-profile figures who use platforms like Twitter and Facebook to spread falsehoods with sometimes dangerous results. Bankston, who has led the InfoWars defamation litigation, takes a critical view of the inconsistent application […]

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How Alex Jones and Infowars Helped a Florida Man Stalk Sandy Hook Families

In the world of conspiracy theorists, Alex Jones and Wolfgang Halbig fueled each other’s darkest tendencies. Soon after the Dec. 14, 2012, mass shooting at Sandy Hook Elementary School in Newtown, Conn., Mr. Jones, the right-wing provocateur, began spreading outlandish theories that the killing of 20 first graders and six educators was staged by the […]

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Breaking News: Watch Alex Jones Video Deposition

In response to lawsuits filed by parents of children killed in the Sandy Hook Elementary shootings, Alex Jones was required to answer key questions under oath. Watch the unedited videotaped deposition of Alex Jones in Lewis v. Jones, taken by attorney Mark Bankston of Kaster Lynch Farrar & Ball, LLP.

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Sandy Hook families v Alex Jones: Defamation case explained

The parents of a 2012 mass shooting victim can sue Infowars host and conspiracy theorist Alex Jones for defamation, a Texas judge has ruled. Mr Jones sought to dismiss the suit brought by the parents of a boy killed in the Sandy Hook school massacre. Leonard Pozner and Veronique De La Rosa allege they were […]

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Alex Jones’ Lawyer Seeks To Make Sandy Hook Parents’ Home Addresses Public

When radio host Alex Jones published a video in 2017 titled “Sandy Hook Vampires Exposed,” the parents of a little boy killed in the Sandy Hook shooting bought security alarms for their homes, fearful that they would once again be harassed by Jones’ legion of followers convinced the shooting never happened. Read the full article […]

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