‘I know you lied to me!’ Alex Jones brutal cross-examination over Sandy Hook texts in trial

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‘I know you lied to me!’ Alex Jones brutal cross-examination over Sandy Hook texts in trial. After peddling lies about America’s deadliest school shooting Sandy Hooks, Alex Jones admitted that it was ‘100% real’ after causing insurmountable stress to victims’ families for nearly a decade. The InfoWars host had previously declared under oath at the defamation hearing that there were no messages about Sandy Hook on his phone – but squirmed when he discovered that his team sent a digital copy of every text and email about the school shooting.

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