Sandy Hook families offer to settle Alex Jones's $1.5bn debt

Posted on AllSides November 28th, 2023
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Family members of the 2012 Sandy Hook school shooting victims offered to settle the $1.5bn (£1.32bn) debt owed by conspiracy theorist Alex Jones.

They said they would accept the sale of Mr Jones's assets, or a minimum of $85m (£67m) over 10 years.

Mr Jones admitted making repeated false claims about the deaths, which led to harassment of the victims' families.

The Sandy Hook families sued Jones over those false claims and won the $1.5bn judgement last year.

Mr Jones and his company, Free Speech Systems, have since filed for...

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