Alex Jones' Infowars files for bankruptcy in wake of defamation suits over his assertions that the Sandy Hook massacre was a hoax


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Dec 1, 2020
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Lying sack of shit leaks more crap.

Far-right website Infowars and two other companies owned by radio host Alex Jones have filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy protection in light of several defamation lawsuits. The filings were made in the U.S. Bankruptcy Court for the Southern District of Texas.
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According to the report, Pattis "allegedly released unauthorized Sandy Hook files. The files released include the personal medical records of several Sandy Hook families during the Connecticut defamation case."

That, in turn, led Judge Barbara Bellis to order the suspension in a ruling on Thursday.

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According to Bellis, "We cannot expect our system of justice or our attorneys to be perfect but we can expect fundamental fairness and decency. There was no fairness or decency in the treatment of the plaintiffs' most sensitive and personal information, and no excuse for the respondent's misconduct."

The report notes that the judge was agreeing with a Disciplinary Counsel report that recommended pulling his license.
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They really need to start dropping the hammer on these ridiculous attorneys doing all of this ridiculous shit. All they're doing by suspending them and the like is emboldening them. They simply build the price of the suspension into the charges for a particular client.

They need to start losing their licenses forever. First bullshit like that you do, it's over.

Then lets see how many attorneys line up to do bullshit things like that and file bogus election fraud suits and suits against an imaginary Cow on Twitter.