Jones found guilty without default in U.S. school shooting defamation suits -NYT, Conpiracy Theorist Jones -daughters Theorist Jones found guilty by default in U.S. school shooting defamation suits -NYT

Jones found guilty without default in U.S. school shooting defamation suits -NYT, Conpiracy Theorist ...

The New York Times reported that in 2012, the attorney and attorney for victims of a 2012 mass shooting at Sandy Hook Elementary School ruled the case judicially judiciously invalidate the families of the victims of a mass shooting, in the Supreme Court. The court in Connecticut allowed the families to make the case legal again, as it was, that Alex Jones, a conspiracy theorist, defaulted in defamation suits, the New York Times reported.

Jones, founder of the right-wing website Infowars, claimed the shooting, in which 20 children and six school employees were shot dead in Newtown, Connecticut, was fabricated by gun control advocates and mainstream media. read more about the history of the alleged massacre. read more info about the details of the shooting: "We have gone through a story by a generation of activist activists and mainstream media.

Tenty-one parents sued texas and Connecticut for defamation, but all of them sued them. In response, both parents have filed suit against Jones and Infowars and their parent company in response to the defamation against both them.

The New York Times reported that Jones refused to turn over the rules including the financial records, and was liable for default. The judge in Connecticut Superior Court ruled on Monday that he was liable by default, due to his refusal to turn over the court's order.

The ruling combines three previous rules of Texas to grant four victories in four defamation lawsuits against Jones family of the Sandy Hook shooting victims.

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