HARTFORD, Conn. (AP) — A Connecticut judge has ruled that families of the victims killed in the Sandy Hook school shooting can review the financial documents of the conspiracy theory site Infowars.. Seattle Times - Published
Attorneys representing two families of Sandy Hook victims have submitted a court filing accusing Alex Jones of destroying evidence relevant to their defamation lawsuit against him. Mediaite - Published Also reported by •The Wrap
InfoWars host Alex Jones is seeking to get a defamation case against him, brought by the parents of a Sandy Hook victim, thrown out of court. He also wants them to pay him more than $100,000 toward his.. The Wrap - Published
Facebook is suspending conspiracy theorist and InfoWars founder Alex Jones for 30 days for violating the social network’s policy against bullying and hate speech.
“Our Community Standards make.. The Wrap - Published
· *The parents of one of the children killed in the Sandy Hook massacre wrote an open letter to Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg on Wednesday.*
· *The parents said that Facebook wasn't doing enough to.. Business Insider - Published
Sandy Hook families confront Alex Jones in court. André Leon Talley is the subject of a new documentary. We rank the tastes of summer. The world says farewell to Philip Roth. And more. NYTimes.com - Published
Infowars host Alex Jones called Sandy Hook a "cover up." Now more families of slain children are suing, on top of other lawsuits he's faced this year.
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The families of six children and educators killed at Sandy Hook elementary school, along with an FBI agent who responded to the scene, sued Alex Jones, the InfoWars host who has claimed the shooting.. Newsmax - Published Also reported by •FOXNews.com •New Zealand Herald •Seattle Times
Six more families have filed suit for defamation against Alex Jones over the radio host’s past suggestion that the Sandy Hook school shooting was a hoax and the victims’ families had been actors... The Wrap - Published
Jones has claimed for many years that the shooting never happened, pointing to phony evidence like green screens and cue cards. Mediaite - Published Also reported by •FOXNews.com •New Zealand Herald •Seattle Times
The Connecticut Supreme Court will soon decide whether families of victims of the Sandy Hook school shooting can sue Remington, the maker of the assault-style rifle used in the killings. NPR - Published
HARTFORD, Conn. (AP) — The Latest on Sandy Hook families' lawsuits against right-wing radio host and conspiracy theorist Alex Jones (all times local):7:30 p.m.Right-wing radio host and conspiracy.. New Zealand Herald - Published
All eyes are on the Connecticut Supreme Court as it weighs whether to quash a wrongful-death lawsuit brought on by Sandy Hook families against gun maker Remington, The Wall Street Journal reports. Newsmax - Published