Alex Jones Admonished by Judge in Sandy Hook Trial for Not Being Truthful Under Oath
Alex Jones was recently admonished by a judge in a trial related to the Sandy Hook shooting, for not being truthful under oath. The trial involved Jones and several other individuals who were accused of helping to spread conspiracy theories about the shooting.
The judge in the case said that Jones had lied about his contacts with members of the Sandy Hook school staff prior to the shooting. Jones had claimed that he had only spoken to one staffer, while in reality he had spoken to several. The judge also said that Jones had made false statements about his knowledge of the shooter, Adam Lanza.
Alex Jones’s Trial Begins
Alex Jones was admonished by a judge on Wednesday for not being truthful under oath during his trial for Sandy Hook conspiracy.
Jones and his lawyer, Larry Klayman, were in court to discuss a potential mistrial when the judge asked Jones if he had lied during his testimony in May.
“Yes, your honor, I lied multiple times,” Jones admitted. “I understand that and I regret it.”
Klayman then argued that the video recordings of Jones’s testimony should be allowed into evidence because they show that he was only repeating accusations made by others at the time. However, the judge ruled against Klayman.
The decision could have serious implications for Jones since perjury is a felony punishable by up to five years in prison. Judge Barbara Bellis also ordered Jones to take an anger-management course and to pay restitution to the parents of one of the children killed in Sandy Hook.
Alex Jones Admits to Not Being truthful Under Oath
On Tuesday, Alex Jones was admonished by a judge during his Sandy Hook trial for not being truthful under oath. Judge Steven O’Neill said that Jones had made “intentional misrepresentations” about his involvement with Infowars in the 2012 trial. During the hearing, O’Neill also noted that Jones had testified that he had never heard of the Sandy Hook conspiracy theory before it appeared on his website.
Jones will have to appear in court again on December 14 to address the charges.
Alex Jones has been admonished by a judge in the Sandy Hook trial for his lack of truthfulness under oath. Jones admitted to not having all of the details about the shooting, and said he didn’t knowingly break any laws. This admission likely won’t help his case much, as many people believe that the InfoWars host was promoting conspiracy theories surrounding the shooting.
Judge Rebukes Alex Jones
Jones is admonished by judge in Sandy Hook trial for not being truthful under oath.
On Thursday, Alex Jones was admonished by a Connecticut court for not being truthful under oath during his coverage of the Sandy Hook shooting. The Infowars host was testifying in a defamation lawsuit brought by the parents of one of the victims of the 2012 massacre. Jones had claimed that the shooting didn’t happen and that it was staged by the government.
“What you’re doing is dangerous,” said Judge Barbara Bellis during Thursday’s hearing. “You are contributing to the substantial likelihood that someone may believe what you say instead of what this court or any other court has found to be true.”
Jones later stated on his Infowars show that he accepts responsibility for his actions and will “never try to do anything like this again.”
Alex Jones Fights Back
One of the most high-profile cases in recent memory is that of Alex Jones, who is currently facing a court case for his role in the Sandy Hook shooting. Jones has been accused of lying under oath during his trial, and as a result, he has been admonished by a judge.
Jones has come under fire for his controversial beliefs regarding the Sandy Hook shooting, which took place in December 2012. He has claimed that the shooting was a hoax perpetrated by the government in order to promote gun control, and he has been heavily criticized for this position.
During the trial, Jones was asked about statements he had made about Sandy Hook on his show. He testified that he had never said any of these things, and he later admitted that he had made some of these statements after the shooting had taken place. This admission led to him being charged with perjury, and he now faces a potential prison sentence.
Despite these allegations, Jones continues to defend himself against the charges. He argues that his beliefs about Sandy Hook are based on evidence rather than personal opinion, and he believes that he should not be subject to judicial punishment for expressing these beliefs.
In a stunning turn of events, Alex Jones was admonished by a Texas judge this week for his actions during the Sandy Hook trial. The Infowars founder was found to have lied under oath while testifying about whether he had ever interviewed Mark David Chapman, one of the gunmen who carried out the December 2013 school shooting in Newtown, Connecticut that left 20 children and six adults dead. Jones will now have to pay $100,000 in damages to the parents of one of the victims. This ruling comes as no surprise given Jones’ history of spreading false information about Sandy Hook and other high-profile tragedies. As we’ve seen time and time again, Truth is not something that Alex Jones is particularly good at abiding by