How Alex Jones shifted money away amid Sandy Hook cases

How alex jones shifted money away amid sandy hook cases

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Records show the InfoWars host moved millions of dollars out of his company, Free Speech Systems, and into companies controlled by himself, friends or relatives, as the potential for damages mounted. Sandy Hook families sued Jones for defamation after he repeatedly claimed the 2012 massacre in Connecticut was a hoax. Read more:

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