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Right-wing American conspirator Alex Jones declares his Infowars site bankrupt

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This placement under the protection of bankruptcy law, also called11″,”text”:”chapter11″}}’>chapter 11should make it possible to freeze the proceedings before the civil courts while preparing recovery plans for the companies concerned, which can continue to be operational.

: a public trial in which he will be held accountable for his profit-driven campaign of lies against the Sandy Hook families who filed this lawsuit”,”text”:”Alex Jones is just trying to delay the inevitable: a lawsuit public hearing in which he will be held accountable for his profit-driven campaign of lies against the Sandy Hook families who filed this lawsuit”}}”>Alex Jones is just trying to delay the inevitable: a public trial in which he will be held accountable for his profit-driven campaign of lies against the Sandy Hook families who filed this lawsuitreacted Chris Mattei, the lawyer for five families of victims and an agent of the Federal Bureau of Investigation who filed a complaint against Alex Jones in a court in Waterbury (Connecticut).

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A well-known figure on the far right and follower of several conspiracy theories, the founder of Infowars has been sued for several years by parents of victims of the Sandy Hook school shooting in Newton, Connecticut, which shocked America, for claiming that the massacre was just a staged show by opponents of guns.

The killings left 27 dead, including 20 children and six adults, in 2012.

The plaintiff parents had attacked Alex Jones by summoning him to present accounting documents attesting that he had earned millions of dollars by spreading such misinformation. He has since publicly acknowledged that the killing of children was real.

48-year-old Alex Jones is being sued in courts in Texas and Connecticut, where he suffered several legal setbacks. In November, a judge in Connecticut ruled that he was civilly liable and could be subject to the payment of damages. In this case, a trial is scheduled for September.

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The declaration of bankruptcy, made to a Texas bankruptcy court, also concerns companiesAlex Jones Infowars Health and Jail Planet TV.

Banned by Twitter, Facebook and YouTube in particular, the controversial host is still present on the Infowars site, which also promotes nutritional supplements.

Supporter of Donald Trump, he was also present at the January 6, 2021 rally in Washington, which resulted in the violent assault on the Capitol by supporters of the former Republican president.

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