Jurors Raised Eyebrows, Shook Their Heads During Alex Jones Testimony: NYT Writer

Jurors raised eyebrows, shook their heads during alex jones testimony: nyt writer

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New York Times feature writer Elizabeth Williamson said on the Law&Crime Network that jurors raised their eyebrows and shook their heads during part of Alex Jones’ testimony on Thursday. She has the latest on the trial.

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