Alex Jones testifies over damages he has to pay families to settle Sandy Hook fake claims
Attorney for the plaintiff Chris Mattei (left) questions Alex Jones on Thursday at Jones trial to decide damages for defamation within Waterbury, Conn.
WATERBURY, Conn. -The conspiracy theorist Alex Jones took the stand on Thursday in his trial for defamation in Connecticut as he attempts to limit
the damage he’s liable for for promoting the myth that the Sandy Hook massacre of 2012 was a hoax. Sandy Hook school massacre was an untruth.
Over a dozen relatives of the children killed and six teachers who were killed attended the testimony of the judge in Waterbury Superior Court,
which is located about twenty miles (32 kilometers) from Newtown which is where the shooting took place.
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