WATERBURY, Conn. (AP) - Conspiracy activist Alex Jones said Thursday during a Connecticut defamation trial as he seeks damages for promoting falsehoods that the 2012 Sandy Hook school massacre was false.
Over 12 family members of some of the tenteen children were killed during the point of reasoning that they faced his testimony in New Mile (evaluated.
"Mr. Jones, if someone should say that one is wrong, it will be very bad. Isn't it? Jones was found guilty last year by default of the plaintiffs' damages without tria
A six-person jury is now deciding how much Jones and Free Speech Systems, the parent company of Infowars, should pay the family for defaming them and intentionally causing emotional distress.
In many emotional testimonies, family members have described constant death threats, in-person abuse and verbal abuse on social media. Some moved so as not to pollute them.
Jones has been in Connecticut this week in preparation for his appearance. He held a press conference on Wednesday outside the court
criticizing the process - as he did on his Infowars show - as a "violation of justice" and calling the judge "a dictator". He said the same when he went to court on Thursday.
Jones was asked about a page on his Infowars site that referred to the trial as a "kangaroo court" in an ad on that page. He said his staff created the page. He was also asked about the daily news, but Jones said he could not answer.