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Infowars' Alex Jones Reportedly Sent Child Porn in Sandy Hook Hoax Case

Published Tue Jun 18 2019 By David
Infowars' Alex Jones Reportedly Sent Child Porn in Sandy Hook Hoax Case

'InfoWars' have Alex Jones blamed for offensively cautioning Sandy Hook legal advisors after child pornography was found in his cloud files, court report says.

Previously 'InfoWars' host Alex Jones turned his electronic documents over to the families of 'Sandy Hook Elementary School' shooting victims. And now the families are suing Jones for having found images of child pornography in those archives, according to a court filing Monday.

The filing also blames Jones of threatening Christopher Mattei, a legal advisor for the families, and his law firm, during an online broadcast of “The Alex Jones Show” on Friday in which he furiously claimed that anonymous people were “trying to set me up with child porn.”

Infowars host, Alex Jones is being accused of possessing child pornography. 
SOURCE: NBC News

“I’ll get your ass,” Jones roared, before offering a $1 million bounty for information that prompted the fear and conviction of whoever sent him emails containing child porn.

Jones, who is being sued in Connecticut for purportedly defaming the Sandy Hook families, stubbornly denied having known that child porn pictures were contained in email attachments sent to his Infowars media company.

Jones said FBI has informed him that there is no proof in which he ever opened the emails containing the porn, or that he at any point sent porn himself.

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What’s more, he suggested the lawyers for the families suing him were behind a push to put child porn into his electronic files.

Jones’ defendant, Norm Pattis, on the same broadcast said, ‘somebody transitioned child pornography into your email accounts hoping that you opened it.’ Pattis further said he, however, would be “shocked” if the plaintiffs’ lawyers were involved in that.

In a filing late Monday, Pattis stated Jones has “issued a public apology to Attorney Mattei.”

Pattis wrote, ‘Mr. Jones has expressed his apology for the statements he made [during] the previous day’s broadcast where he says, ‘I’m not saying the lawyers for the Sandy Hook families set me up or did this.’

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Pattis’ recording also asked the judge for the situation to remain the proceedings because lawyers for the plaintiffs have “raised serious allegations” about whether there are irreconcilable circumstances between Pattis and Jones. 

A hearing in the case, which previously was set for Tuesday, will address the claims whether Jones had frightened Mattei and his firm.

Alex Jones is basically known for running a website, InfoWars, based on conspiracy theories and fake news, and the other websites NewsWars and PrisonPlanet.
SOURCE: Forbes

Lawyers for the plaintiffs informed threats against insight have been made on air to a very large crowd. The attorneys added plaintiffs are therefore requesting the Court to review the video in advance of the following day’s hearing. Likewise, the annoyed members are intending to move to seek specific relief on an expedited basis, but that is an issue the Court should be fully aware of at the ‘earliest possible moment,’ as stated by the very legal parties.

After pounding his fist on a photo of Mattei, Jones criticized the jury for simply wanting metadata out of hundreds of thousands of emails and knowing just where to find them. Jones has also been alleged of saying 'I'm ready to give Chris Mattei the war if he’s so in need of one.'

The filing by Mattei’s firm claimed Jones and other litigants in the lawsuit on May 21 turned over “a massive volume of documents” in digital form as part of the revelation procedure in the defamation case.

In that case, indicted in May 2018, families of four children and two educators (who were killed at the Sandy Hook school in Newtown, Connecticut, by lone shooter Adam Lanza) accuse Jones of invasion of privacy, defamation, negligent infliction of emotional distress.

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The suit claims Jones and others have steadily propagated a monstrous, unspeakable lie: that the Sandy Hook shooting was rather arranged and that the families who lost loved friends and family that day were actors who had faked their relatives’ deaths.

As informed by the filing, after getting the electronic files from Jones last month, the aggrieved group’s electronic information consultants had then begun stacking those files into a database to make it simpler to review them.

The journals likewise said the consultants had identified an image that appeared to be child pornography after which they had immediately contacted counsel, and then the FBI.

The filing showed the FBI had ordered lawyers for the plaintiffs to turn over the entire set of documents. And it was done subserviently. The FBI then reported to the counsels that its review had found numerous additional illegal images, which had apparently been sent to Infowars emails addresses.

The documents further added ‘after FBI confirmed their review to have been completed, plaintiffs’ counsel advised Pattis [Jones’ lawyer] of the matter and had set up a joint telephone call with the United States Attorney’s Office.’

The papers likewise said had the Jones Defendants engaged in even minimal due diligence and actually reviewed the materials before production [to the plaintiffs], they would have discovered the images themselves.

Pattis and a representative for the FBI’s bureau in New Haven, Connecticut, did not promptly respond to CNBC’s inquiries about the supposed child pornography found in the materials.

However, according to an article (in that newspaper), Pattis told The Connecticut Post that while ‘Mr. Jones was disturbed, he did not impose a threat against Mr. Mattei.’ 

Pattis, during a second broadcast by Jones, said they had given emails under court order to the lawyers for Sandy Hook – that had included metadata, or coded data, about the emails about what they meant and what they were associated with.

Pattis said that it was his understanding which asserted the Sandy Hook lawyers had sent those materials to a California firm, ‘to tell them what was in it.’ He added the California firm had spotted something suspicious and had done what lawyers were supposed to do; they had reported it to the FBI.

Pattis informed 'the FBI had conducted an inquiry (for about two weeks, and he had learned on Wednesday that the conclusion saw no one having any guilty knowledge of those emails.'

As for Jones, he said, ‘they were basically booby traps and land mines.’