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Infowars host Alex Jones is now liable for all damages in three of several lawsuits filed against him by relatives of Sandy Hook victims after he repeatedly failed to provide discovery records.
The default judgment means Jones and Infowars will now be liable for all damages, and a jury will decide how much he will have to pay.
A judge issued default judgments — a rarity in the legal world — against Jones and Infowars after the conspiracy theorist failed to produce discovery records.
A federal complaint filed against Infowars host Owen Shroyer on Friday accuses him of “violent entry and disorderly conduct on Capitol grounds.”
Shroyer is the second person who works for Infowars to face federal charges stemming from Jan. 6.
A new court filing baselessly claims Clinton orchestrated Sandy Hook defamation cases against the Infowars host in a "vendetta to silence Alex Jones."
Conspiracy theorist and far-right radio host Alex Jones launched a tirade against then-President Donald Trump in newly leaked footage from 2019.
The Infowars host, who profits from pandering to Trump's base, was filmed in an expletive-laden tirade against him in 2019.
Roger Stone called for President Donald Trump to seize power if he loses the November election.
Millie Weaver, 29, was arrested for allegedly robbing her own mother. Supporters for her have now raised $170,000 for her legal fund.