Judge in Sandy Hook defamation lawsuits says Infowars readers have posted death threats on the site after its founder Alex Jones claimed she was 'part of a conspiracy to destroy him' | WHAT REALLY HAPPENED

Judge in Sandy Hook defamation lawsuits says Infowars readers have posted death threats on the site after its founder Alex Jones claimed she was 'part of a conspiracy to destroy him'

A Connecticut judge overseeing lawsuits filed by bereaved families of the Sandy Hook shooting massacre against conspiracy theorist Alex Jones revealed that she has received death threats from Jones' fans in posts on his Infowars website.

Judge Barbara Bellis wrote in a court filing Friday that the FBI and Connecticut State Police had contacted her about the threats, however she did not release further details about what the messages specifically entailed.

Webmaster's Commentary: 

This is the absolute, polar opposite from what Jones would want to have happen.

I think this may be more crud from the people who want to see him fail.

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Jones is not on our side.

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He was busted years ago as an operative of the Jew machine.
Whatever he happens to be doing at any given moment is some sort of diversion.

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