Judge to decide if Alex Jones’ delays crossed the line
NEWTOWN - A conspiracy extremist accused of crossing the line by defaming grieving Sandy Hook families will find out Friday whether he has crossed the line with a judge who is tired of his courtroom delays.
Alex Jones, the frontman of the Houston-based internet show InfoWars, faces sanctions in Waterbury Superior Court over delays in turning over business documents to Sandy Hook families who are suing him for defamation.
Judge Barbara Bellis already warned Jones that if he didn’t honor a March 20 deadline to turn over marketing and business records to the Sandy Hook families, she could refuse to consider a motion by Jones to throw out the defamation suit.
Jones missed the March 20 deadline.
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