Judge Barbara Bellis awarded additional punitive damages to the conspiracy titan’s already hefty tab.
“No matter what you think of Alex Jones, all he did was speak words. He was not the one who pulled the trigger.”
Another very, very large civil judgment for a large, red man.
Everything Jones has done in his Connecticut case is in the service of making more content.
In rants on Infowars and outside the courtroom, Jones continues to try to monetize his own downfall.
Failure to provide Google Analytics data proved to be a big, big problem for Jones’ side.
The Texas damages trial is the first of three that Jones and the company will face.
Despite an admonition from the judge, and basic common sense, Infowars’ inflammatory commentary on its own trial continues.
Alex Jones’ lawyers in the Sandy Hook case have asked the judge not to allow “evidence on the topics of white supremacy and right-wing extremism.”
Several of the parents previously accused Alex Jones and InfoWars of “conspiring to divert assets” to shell companies.
The families accused Jones of trying to 'escape a public reckoning under oath.'
Remington, which made the Bushmaster XM15-E2S rifle, has agreed to pay the families of Sandy Hook victims $73 million.