Case against Alex Jones can proceed, Connecticut judge says

apnews.com BRIDGEPORT, Conn. (AP) — A federal bankruptcy judge on Monday cleared the way for a defamation lawsuit in Connecticut to proceed against Infowars host and conspiracy theorist Alex Jones.The case was filed by...

Exclusive: Inside the Alex Jones jury room: tensions, pizza and 'lizard people'

reuters.com As the jury in the Alex Jones defamation trial gathered in a conference room in a Texas courthouse on Aug. 5 to decide how much the U.S. conspiracy theorist owed to two parents of a murdered Sandy Hook first-grader,...

Alex Jones's Infowars Sees Surging Sales Since Sandy Hook Trial

wsj.com Infowars sales have surged unexpectedly in recent weeks, lawyers for the conspiracy website said, timing that coincides with a high-profile defamation trial against its founder, Alex Jones.

Will the Alex Jones verdict tame conspiracy culture?

theweek.com A Texas jury last week ruled that Infowars founder Alex Jones should pay the parents of one of the children killed in the Sandy Hook school shooting nearly $50 million in compensatory and punitive damages for...

Alex Jones Has $49.3M Tax Write Off, But Plaintiffs Pay IRS Tax On Verdict

forbes.com A Texas jury rendered a verdict in Alex Jones’ defamation trial, ordering Jones to pay $45.2 million in punitive damages on top of $4.1 million in compensatory damages to Neil Heslin and Scarlett Lewis, the parents...

Trump Raid Hours After Alex Jones Texts Reportedly Filed Sparks Theories

newsweek.com Text messages were handed over to the Jan. 6 committee by Mark Bankston, who represented two Sandy Hook parents who successfully sued Jones.

Alex Jones likely to win large cut in Sandy Hook punitive damages award

investing.com By Jack Queen - U.S. conspiracy theorist Alex Jones could end up owing as little as 10% of the $45.2 million in punitive damages that a Texas jury awarded to the parents of a Sandy Hook victim last week, legal...

Alex Jones Texts Reportedly Given To January 6 Committee

forbes.com A lawyer representing two parents of a student killed in the Sandy Hook shooting gave the panel the texts, CNN reported on Monday.

Marjorie Taylor Greene says it's unfair to ruin Alex Jones for defaming Sandy Hook parents, claims Infowars is right 'most of the time'

businessinsider.com The far-right congresswoman again came to the defense of the conspiracy theorist after he was ordered to pay $45 million to Sandy Hook parents.

Alex Jones lawyer could face legal consequences for phone records release

investing.com By Jacqueline Thomsen - The lawyer defending conspiracy theorist Alex Jones in a Texas trial drew his own national headlines this week for accidentally handing over highly-sensitive data to his adversaries, opening...

What the Alex Jones trial means for the future of conspiracy culture

cnn.com The Texas jury's decision last week to have Alex Jones face punitive damages of more than $45 million in a lawsuit filed by the parents of Sandy Hook shooting victim Jesse Lewis was a "reckoning that was 10 years in...

What the Alex Jones trial means for the future of conspiracy culture

cnn.com The Texas jury's decision last week to have Alex Jones face punitive damages of more than $45 million in a lawsuit filed by the parents of Sandy Hook shooting victim Jesse Lewis was a "reckoning that was 10 years in...

Alex Jones judgment: The cost of lies

cbsnews.com CBS News legal analyst Rikki Klieman discusses the "whole world of trouble" the conspiracy theorist continues to face for his on-air rants claiming that the 2012 Sandy Hook shooting in which schoolchildren were...

Roger Stone makes donation plea for Alex Jones after verdict says he must pay $49m for Sandy Hook 'hoax' claims

businessinsider.com Appearing on InfoWars, Roger Stone asked viewers to donate to Alex Jones after he was ordered to pay $49.3 in damages over Sandy Hook "hoax" claims.

Alex Jones: What's next for Infowars host hit with $49M in damages

usatoday.com Alex Jones has been ordered by an Austin, Texas jury to pay Sandy Hook parents nearly $50 million in total. What is next for the Infowars host?