Tuesday, April 16, 2024

Alex Jones Attorney Accidentally Sent Private Messages to Other Side

'You know what perjury is?... '

(Molly Bruns, Headline USA) The trial against Infowars founder Alex Jones took an unexpected turn when the attorneys representing the plaintiffs said Jones’ attorney accidentally sent them Jones’ text messages.

Mark Bankston, the attorney who is representing the parents of a Sandy Hook victim who are attempting to sue Jones over his claims that the mass shooting was a hoax, revealed the information during the trial, the Daily Wire reported.

“Twelve days ago, your attorneys messed up and sent me a digital copy of every text,” Bankston said. “You know what perjury is?”

Bankston followed up the revelation “asking Jones about the times he has emailed about Sandy Hook over the last several years, despite testifying under oath he couldn’t find any emails about Sandy Hook.”

“What we do know is that it was not properly turned over when it should have been,” the judge said.

In addition to confirming that Jones had discussed Sandy Hook despite earlier testimony, they also revealed that Jones’ website earned up to $800,000 some days in 2018. Jones attributed the website’s success to a good week in the Conservative Political Action Convention.

The suit against Jones is in the process of determining an award for the plaintiffs, who are seeking upwards of $150 million in damages. Jones, who said he and his media company have filed for bankruptcy, testified as the only witness in his own defense and conceded that Sandy Hook was “100% real.”

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