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Tue Apr 23, 2019, 09:31 AM

Lawyer for Alex Jones faces possible censure for submitting false affidavit in Sandy Hook lawsuit

A Superior Court judge Monday accused Norm Pattis, the lawyer for Alex Jones, of submitting a false affidavit allegedly signed by the controversial radio show host, and took the unusual step of referring him for possible disciplinary action.

Jones is being sued by families of victims from the Sandy Hook school massacre, who charge that the host of the Infowars internet radio program spent years perpetrating the attack as a hoax.

The rare rebuke by Judge Barbara Bellis is just the latest skirmish between the court and Jones or his lawyers over discovery issues and other matters in a lawsuit filed by the Sandy Hook families.

The skirmish continued on Monday as lawyers for the families filed a new motion seeking to extend the deposition time for Alex Jones and also asked permission to depose his father David Jones because they donít believe that documents about the companyís marketing and financial data has been produced.

Read more: https://www.courant.com/news/connecticut/hc-news-jones-lawsuit-discovery-20190422-d2vys6lulrcgvm6u3tkyiuhlha-story.html

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Tue Apr 23, 2019, 02:55 PM

1. What a sad bunch of yahoos. I sincerely hope one way or another Jones loses every single ...

penny he has or will ever have.

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