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Sandy Hook Parents Ask For $150M In Alex Jones Defamation Trial

Summary by Ground News
Jurors asked to determine how much Alex Jones owes two Sandy Hook parents he defamed are expected to hear from an Infowars star on the third day of the trial. Judge Maya Guerra Gamble decided to call the jury later on Thursday so that the two sides could discuss new video evidence that Jones' attorney wants to present, against the family's attorney's objections. Jones later blasted the case, calling it a show trial and an assault on the First Amendment.
4 months ago·Newtown, United States

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