Parents of Kids Murdered at Sandy Hook School Sue Conspiracy Nutball

❝ Parents of two children killed in the Sandy Hook Elementary School attacks filed defamation lawsuits on Monday against right-wing conspiracy theorist and radio show host Alex Jones, who has questioned the authenticity of the 2012 shooting that left 26 dead, including 20 children.

Leonard Pozner and his former wife, Veronique De La Rosa, parents of Noah Pozner, and Neil Heslin, the father of Jesse Lewis, are seeking more than $1 million in damages in separate lawsuits…

❝ “This conspiracy theory, which has been pushed by InfoWars and Mr. Jones since the day of the shooting, alleges that the Sandy Hook massacre did not happen, or that it was staged by the government and concealed using actors, and that the parents of the victims are participants in a horrifying cover-up,” the plaintiffs said in their suits.

Both boys were among 20 first-grade students killed inside the school in Newtown, Conn.

The level of conspiracy fabrication beloved of nutballs like this deserves the contempt heaped upon Jones – for example – as a scumbag and a liar.

10 thoughts on “Parents of Kids Murdered at Sandy Hook School Sue Conspiracy Nutball

  1. [expletive deleted] says:

    “Is Alex Jones’s Empire In Trouble?” (Texas Monthly 4/20/18)
    “InfoWars’ Alex Jones Says He’s Been Defamed by Defamation Suits” (Bloomberg 4/18/18)
    Meanwhile: Roger Stone, a former adviser to President Trump, lost an invitation to speak at a Florida Republican group’s annual dinner due to negative remarks he made about former first lady Barbara Bush during in an interview with InfoWars host Alex Jones. “I understand I’m going to take a lot of crap for speaking the truth about Barbara Bush,” Stone said. “She was a mean-spirited, vindictive drunk. She is ascending into hell right now. She’s not going to heaven. She was a bad person.” Stone also reportedly wrote on Instagram that “Barbara Bush drank so much booze, if they cremated her … her body would burn for three days.”

  2. Ace of Spades says:

    July 3, 2018: “Alex Jones, the conspiracy theorist radio host leading Infowars, claimed this afternoon that he had been chosen to reveal “the super hard, dangerous things up front,” before President Trump will supposedly publish new information detailing global elites’ roles in 9/11 terror attacks.
    Infowars is reporting that “high-level government sources” have told them that Trump is prepared to “go beyond exposing Special Counsel Robert Mueller’s 9/11-Saudi cover-up by releasing new information on how the Bushes and Clintons were also involved.” Jones claimed that doing this would be the key to destroying Mueller’s investigation into the Trump campaign’s suspected collusion with Russian officials during the 2016 campaign by revealing that Mueller supposedly “quarterbacked the entire cover-up.”
    “Trump has them dead to rights. He has all the documents, he has all the admissions, and he’s letting them know, ‘I have the Ace of Spades,’” Jones said.”

  3. Causal chains says:

    “Alex Jones loses his empire — but not for the reason you’d think” “As the poem goes, you know,” said Sen. Ted Cruz (R-Tex.), “first they came for Alex Jones…”
    That is, of course, not how the poem goes. In an irony to end all ironies, Cruz was using the oft-invoked verse about the Holocaust to defend an anti-Semitic conspiracy-monger. But the senator’s words do throw into relief the reasoning of those distressed that Facebook and many other platforms removed Infowars from their sites beginning late Sunday: These critics worry about a slippery slope of censorship. And the way tech companies have gone about booting peddlers of disinformation from their sites does little to assuage those misgivings.”
    Meanwhile: Ted Cruz “managed to plumb new depths of his own crippling mediocrity this week, issuing a public request for Donald Trump’s help on the campaign trail in his re-election bid against Beto O’Rourke.”

  4. Update says:

    The families of Sandy Hook victims suing Alex Jones scored a legal victory Friday when a judge granted their discovery requests, providing them with access to internal marketing and financial documents from his online radio site InfoWars.
    The Connecticut judge will now have to decide by next week whether to allow the attorneys for the six families involved in the lawsuit to depose Jones, according to ABC News.
    Jones is being sued for defamation by the plaintiffs over his statements questioning whether the Sandy Hook Elementary School shooting was a hoax and whether the children were “crisis actors.”
    Jones has previously argued that defamation cases against him should be dismissed because he was acting as a journalist during his coverage of the Sandy Hook shooting, comparing himself to the veteran journalists Bob Woodward and Carl Bernstein, who helped break the Watergate scandal.

  5. Murder will out says:

    January 16, 2019: Roku reversed its decision Tuesday to allow Alex Jones’ InfoWars to stream on its platform — days after the company said it would host the conspiracy theorist’s flagship show. “That decision [to broadcast InfoWars] prompted a huge backlash, including from the families of the Sandy Hook victims, who are suing Jones for repeatedly claiming the massacre was a hoax. “Roku’s shocking decision to carry Infowars and provide a platform for Alex Jones is an insult to the memory of the 26 children and educators killed at Sandy Hook,” the families said through a lawyer.
    “Infowars Must Turn Over Internal Documents to Sandy Hook Families, Judge Rules” (NYT 1/12/19)
    The families of victims in the 2012 shooting at Sandy Hook Elementary School must receive access to internal documents at Infowars, the internet and radio show whose host, Alex Jones, has spread the false claim that the shooting was an elaborate hoax, a judge ruled on Friday.
    The ruling was a legal victory for the families, which filed a defamation lawsuit against Mr. Jones, who traffics in conspiracy theories, and Infowars last year. The suit argued that peddling bogus stories was essential to the business model of Infowars, which sells products including survivalist gear, gun paraphernalia and dietary supplements.

  6. Update says:

    A Connecticut judge has ruled that Infowars host Alex Jones must undergo a sworn deposition in the defamation case brought against him by family members of Sandy Hook school shooting victims. (AP 2/13/19)
    Discussions on Jones’ web show have called the Sandy Hook Elementary School massacre a hoax, and lawsuits by families of eight victims and a first responder say they’ve been subjected to harassment and death threats from Jones’ followers.
    The Superior Court judge also ruled Wednesday that the families can depose several other defendants in the case, including those critical to Infowars’ business operations.

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