Alex Jones Found Guilty by Default in All Sandy Hook Defamation Suits | Complex

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InfoWars' Alex Jones was found liable by default in a defamation case brought on by the families of Sandy Hook victims, after once claiming the deadly shooting was a "hoax," the New York Times reports.

Jones, who has since backpedaled on his claims, initially said "crisis actors" were involved in the 2012 tragedy that took the lives of 20 first-graders and six educators in Connecticut.

Connecticut Superior Court Judge Barbara Bellis said she made the ruling due to Jones and his companies' "failure to produce critical material information that the plaintiffs needed to prove their claims." She said Jones and his entities hadn't handed over financial and analytics data requested by the families. 



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