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Alex Jones is now liable for all damages in three lawsuits filed against him by Sandy Hook victims' relatives after he failed to provide discovery records.


Alex Jones has been talking with financial experts about ways to avoid paying damages for his Sandy Hook lies.

A source with knowledge of the plot told the news agency that he would try to use a Chapter 11 bankruptcy filing to keep his businesses open, while throwing a hitch into the successful civil suits against him.

According to a court filing, Jones has diverted millions of dollars to shell companies to dodge damages, and squirreled away his assets. After the first suit was filed, he drew $18 million from his companies.

The massacre at Sandy Hook Elementary School in Connecticut in 2012 was staged, according to Jones. He admits it did happen.

Last year, Jones and his companies were found liable in a defamation lawsuit in the state over his "heartless and vile lies." Jones made a lot of money from his outrageous tales, but the families were also subjected to death threats and hate mail from his supporters after Jones attacked them on his radio program.

Jones will have to pay damages during the upcoming trial. He was found to be responsible in three similar lawsuits in Texas.

Jones could not be reached for comment about the accusations.

The courts in both states ordered Jones to turn over documents.

He blew off a deposition last month because he was ill. He was in the middle of a four-hour radio broadcast when his lawyers told the judge of his excuse.

The judge imposed a $25,000 daily fine against Jones for every day he missed after attorneys for the families sought an arrest warrant for him. The judge agreed to pay back his money once he did.

Jones was on the scene for the rally in Washington, D.C., that preceded the storming of the Capitol. He told his audience that he invoked his Fifth Amendment protection against self-incrimination nearly 100 times when he was questioned by the House select committee.

The article was originally on HuffPost.


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