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    Sandy Hook parents of two slain children win defamation case against Alex Jones in Texas

    Rob Ryser
    Oct. 1, 2021 Updated: Oct. 1, 2021 4:42 p.m.

    NEWTOWN - The parents of two first-graders slain in the Sandy Hook massacre have won a defamation lawsuit in Texas against conspiracy extremist and Infowars host Alex Jones.

    Scarlett Lewis, the mother of Jesse Lewis, and Lenny Pozner and Veronique De La Rosa, the parents of Noah Pozner, will have their cases heard by a jury to determine damages.

    “We believe the court hit this nail on the head when it considered Alex Jones’ and Infowars’ “bad faith approach to this litigation,” Mr. Jones’ “public threats,” and Jones’ “professed belief that these proceedings are show trials,” said one of the parents’ attorneys, Bill Odgen, in a prepared statement. “This day has been a long time coming, and we are not surprised by the court’s rulings.”

    The parents, who each sued Jones for more than $1 million for claiming, among other things, that the 2012 slaying of 26 first-graders and educators at Sandy Hook Elementary School was “staged,” “synthetic,” “manufactured,” “a giant hoax” and “completely fake with actors,” had been battling with Jones in Travis County District Court for pretrial documents he had been ordered to turn over to them.

    After warnings and sanctions, Judge Maya Guerra Gamble ruled on Monday that Jones was in default.

    “The court finds that (Jones’) discovery conduct in this case is the result of flagrant bad faith and callous disregard for the responsibilities of discovery under the rules,” Gamble wrote in her order.

    Two other defamation lawsuits filed by the father of Jesse Lewis, Neil Heslin, are pending in Gamble’s Texas court. Heslin has also asked the judge to find Jones in default of his obligations to turn over pretrial documents.

    The parents’ attorney Odgen said the focus now shifts to “how much damage was caused.”

    “Because (the parents) have now been granted relief, and Alex Jones and Infowars are now liable for their damages…each case will be presented to a Travis County, Texas jury to quantify the damages,” Odgen said. “My clients have and continue to endure (Jones’) 5-year campaign of repulsive lies.”

    Jones and his attorney Norm Pattis disagreed, saying they are “determined to see that these cases are heard on the merits.”

    “Nothing less than the fundamental right to speak freely is at stake in these cases,” Jones and Pattis said in a statement posted on the Infowars site. “It is not overstatement to say the First Amendment was crucified today.”

    The defamation cases in Texas are separate from two defamation lawsuits filed against Jones in Connecticut Superior Court by eight families who lost loved ones in the Sandy Hook massacre and an FBI agent, where the Judge Barbara Bellis has also threatened default against Jones if he doesn’t comply with discovery orders.

    In Texas, the judge ruled that Jones’ “persistent discovery abuses” were part of a pattern that was evident in the Connecticut lawsuits.

    “[T]his court has also considered (Jones’) general bad faith approach to litigation, Mr. Jones’ public threats, and Mr. Jones’ professed belief that these proceedings are “show trials,” Gamble ruled. 203-731-3342 203-731-3342

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  • #2
    "Lawfare" is merely legalized "civil warfare" before the Dying ZOG korts

    "Lawfare" is merely legalized "civil warfare" before the Dying ZOG korts

    Actually "lawfare" is part and parcel of ZOG/Babylon destroying White "Supremacism." Bryan Reo is on the Board of Directors of the Foundation for the Market Place of Ideas which has Richard Spencer, Mike Enoch, and James Edwards and Thom Robb's lawyer son as members as FBI ZOGbots:


    Bryan Reo won a $105,400 judgment before a Lake County Ohio non-white and gliberal whigger jury on 26 June 2019. Then filed and obtained a summary judgment on four more cases when I foolishly removed them up to the federal level without a jury trial and for the sum totalling $2.75 million for making fun of Bryan Reo, his Brazilian wife, and father.

    Pastor Lindstedt transferred his South Dakota inheritance to his sister on Oct. 25, 2019. Bryan Reo's antifa lawyer stole legal files from the corrupt law firm usd by his sister and after much legal maneuvering got this Stanley County judge Bridget Mayer to rule the transfer "fraudulent" even though I never told her a thing about Bryan Reo.

    In short, "lawfare" is nothing more than "legal" civil warfare. For my part Aryan Nations has long since 13 June 2016 advocating "chernoylizing" the North Perry Nuclear Power Plant where because of Pastor Lindstedt got Bryan Reo fired as well as liquidating the lawyers and judges of Ohio, South Dakota and the ZOGland.

    I like reading your articles Zman, but due to the impending Collapse / Great Tribulation they are largely beside the point. Nothing will improve until 80% of the ZOGland is dead and The Ten Thousand Warlords rule in local theocratic military dictatorships over 10-30 million surviving ex-whiggers.

    Hail Victory !!!

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    • #3
      Alex Jones Held Liable in Sandy Hook Defamation Cases

      Alex Jones Held Liable in Sandy Hook Defamation Cases

      Default judgment by Texas district court comes after Infowars host and right-wing provocateur failed to follow court-ordered requests

      By Jennifer Calfas
      Oct. 1, 2021 12:56 pm ET

      Alex Jones, the radio host and right-wing provocateur, will be financially responsible for damages to parents of two children who were killed at Sandy Hook Elementary School in 2012, a Texas judge ruled this week.

      Travis County District Judge Maya Guerra Gamble issued three default judgments against Mr. Jones Monday after the Infowars host failed to follow court-ordered requests for documents and information in three defamation cases over his claims the school shooting was a hoax, the rulings said.

      Judge Gamble said Mr. Jones had consistently shown “flagrant bad faith and callous disregard for the responsibilities of discovery under the rules” and cited public threats from the Infowars host.

      How much Mr. Jones owes the parents in damages will be determined either in a hearing or in a trial with a jury, said Bill Ogden, a partner at Farrar & Ball LLP who represented the plaintiffs in the three cases.

      “The court finally got tired of Alex Jones and Infowars and their attorneys not taking this seriously,” Mr. Ogden said in an interview Friday. “This has been the most egregious discovery abuse I’ve ever been a part of.”

      A statement from Mr. Jones and Norm Pattis, an attorney for Infowars, called the decisions stunning.

      “Nothing less than the fundamental right to speak freely is at stake in these cases,” they said in the statement, released Thursday night. An attorney representing Mr. Jones in the case didn’t immediately respond to a request for comment Friday.

      Mr. Jones frequently uses his platform to tout discredited conspiracy theories, most notably claiming as a hoax the December 2012 mass shooting at Sandy Hook Elementary School in Newtown, Conn. In recent years, social-media companies like Facebook Inc. and Twitter Inc. banned Mr. Jones from their platforms.

      The judgments for the three cases were made public Thursday and Friday. Parents of two 6-year-old boys who were killed at Sandy Hook sued Mr. Jones in 2018 for defamation and intentional infliction of emotional distress, saying Mr. Jones repeatedly called the massacre a hoax or claimed it didn’t happen or was staged by the government. One of the lawsuits involved plaintiffs Leonard Pozner and Veronique De La Rosa, who lost their son Noah in the 2012 massacre. The second and third involved plaintiffs Scarlett Lewis and Neil Heslin, the parents of Jesse.

      The two boys were among 20 children and six educators killed in the mass shooting. Following the tragedy almost a decade ago, parents of the children killed on that day have been targeted by conspiracy theorists with threats, claims the attack never happened, or that the parents were lying about having children. The harassment and threats have forced parents to move multiple times, Mr. Ogden said.

      “It is a sigh of relief,” Mr. Ogden said of the rulings this week. “It was a five-year campaign of making them relive the most horrific experience a parent would ever have to do, which is bury a child.”


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      • #4
        How They Did It: Sandy Hook Families Gain Long-Awaited Legal Wins

        After early defeats in Congress, relatives of those lost in the 2012 shooting fought on, besting a renowned gun maker and an infamous conspiracy theorist.

        By Elizabeth Williamson
        Feb. 20, 2022Updated 4:48 p.m. ET

        The image stopped him cold. Josh Koskoff, a Connecticut lawyer, was scanning crime scene photos of the 2012 Sandy Hook school shooting when he noticed “taped mags” on a classroom floor, two ammunition magazines crudely duct-taped together to speed reloading.

        The gunman had dropped them during his rampage that killed 20 first graders and six educators in Newtown, Conn.

        That photo was a “checkmate moment,” Mr. Koskoff said, in the novel legal strategy that ultimately resulted in the $73 million settlement last week for the families of nine Sandy Hook victims from insurers for Remington, the maker of the Bushmaster AR-15-style rifle used in the massacre. It was the largest payout so far in a mass-shooting-related case against a gun manufacturer.

        Bryan Reo and the ZOG sponsored antifa domestic terrorists of the Foundation for the MarketPlace of Ideas / ZOGbot Poverty [F]Law Center and the rest of the ZOG jewstice Departments running state-sponsored domestic terrorism false fronts are destroying through "civil lawfare" leading to civil warfare are using the corrupt ZOG korts to get whatever they want. In doing this civil lawfare they are destroying their precious CONstipation and Bill of Goods and thus making abrogation of these civic lies inevitable by the White population who will inevitably seek effective leadership which will lead to the destruction of theys' korts and their very lives.

        This "novel legal strategy" merely involves using the state and federal ZOG korts to do away with the First, Second, Fourth, Fifth, Sixth, Seventh, Eighth, Nineth and Tenth Amendments while hiding behind the Eleventh Amendment letting ZOG and ZOG's whore state daughters get away with theys' jewdickal shit.

        The settlement was also the latest in a half-dozen legal victories by the families that have renewed scrutiny of the gun industry and of the rising tide of misinformation that engulfed Sandy Hook. Left devastated nine years ago when the Senate failed to pass even modest gun control legislation after the massacre, the families have now won on two difficult fronts — against a gun manufacturer and against conspiracy theorists, including Alex Jones — through persistence, creative legal strategies and in the case of the conspiracists, the technological expertise of Lenny Pozner, a parent who foresaw the long-term danger of rampant social media falsehoods.

        “We started to talk about ‘There has to be a way to get something done,’” said David Wheeler, whose 6-year-old son, Ben, perished at Sandy Hook, recalling the days after their push for gun control failed in the Senate. He now senses that for the first time, “a lot of people believe we’ve changed things.”

        At the heart of the legal strategy against Remington was the families’ claim that the manufacturer had illegally marketed the military-style Bushmaster to troubled young men like the Sandy Hook gunman, Adam Lanza, 20. Remington said the families lacked proof the gunman ever saw its advertising before he killed himself inside the bullet-riddled school.

        Before the shooting, Mr. Lanza had spent hours a day playing Call of Duty, a video game in which players used the Bushmaster to wage war. Mr. Koskoff, the lawyer for the families, had played Call of Duty too, introduced to it by one of his sons — and he recognized the duct-taped magazines from a contemporaneous version of the game.

        “Once I saw that in that first-grade classroom, that was it for me,” Mr. Koskoff said last week. “Remington may not have known him, but they’d been courting him for years.”

        In a Connecticut defamation case the families brought against Mr. Jones, the Koskoff lawyers cited the same Connecticut trade practices law used in the Remington case, saying Infowars profited from broadcasting Sandy Hook falsehoods. Two defamation cases in Texas and one in Wisconsin employ a range of strategies. Nearly all the lawyers involved are parents themselves.

        Last edited by Librarian; 02-20-2022, 10:07 PM.
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