‘I’m Done Saying I’m Sorry’: Alex Jones Gives Explosive Testimony

'i'm done saying i'm sorry': alex jones gives explosive testimony

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Alex Jones took the stand in his Sandy Hook defamation trial in Connecticut on Thursday and gave multiple “press conferences” outside the courthouse. Plus, authorities are investigating what led to the murder of a Louisiana college student and comedian Bill Cosby is seeking a new trial. The Law&Crime Daily team has the latest on these stories.

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