Alex Jones found liable by default in Sandy Hook defamation case

Sandy Hook families suing InfoWars founder Alex Jones have won a case against him after a judge ruled against Jones who has failed to comply with the discovery process. Jones and entities owned by him were found liable by default in a defamation case against them.

00:44 - Source: CNNBusiness
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