Alex Jones Defamation Trial Sandy Hook ‘Hoax’ Lawsuit – Connecticut Trial Day Eight Part Two

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Infowars host and conspiracy theorist Alex Jones stands trial yet again in civil court in a defamation case brought by families of the Sandy Hook mass shooting victims. This time, the trial is in Connecticut and is expected to last four weeks. The plaintiffs are eight families and an FBI agent. Jones already lost the case by default. Jurors will determine the money to be awarded. Learn more about this case:

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