Sandy Hook Lawyer Confirmed Alex Jones Had A Nude Photo Of His Wife On His Phone, But Went On To Claim That Jones Sent That Nude Photo To Roger Stone

This is sickening.


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Frankly, there are not a lot of things that Alex Jones could do that would surprise me these days. But this one left me absolutely horrified, with a genuinely sick stomach by the time it was all said and done.

As we’re all well aware by now, Jones effectively got his ass handed to him in court last week by the opposing side’s attorney during the Sandy Hook defamation trial — which saw the ultra Right-wing nutcase ultimately being ordered to pay nearly $50 million out in compensatory and punitive damages to just one Sandy Hook family — after the family’s lawyer revealed to Jones and the courtroom that Alex’s own attorney accidentally sent him 2 years worth of Jones’ complete text and email data, some of which proved that the conspiracy theorist had been lying in court.

“Did you know 12 days ago, your attorneys messed up and sent me an entire digital copy of your entire cell phone with every text message you’ve sent for the past two years?” Sandy Hook attorney Mark Bankston asked Jones in the courtroom.

But apparently, there was more to that data than some proof that Jones lied through his teeth and some communications that the January 6th House Select Committee is interested in getting their hands on.

The attorney who represented the Sandy Hook family who just got a massive win over Jones in court made an appearance on The Young Turks this week, where he confirmed some disturbing rumors about the contents of Alex Jones’ phone and made a claim that went so far past disturbing that you can no longer see disturbing on the map.

Mr. Jones said that there was an intimate photo of his wife on the phone, that I can also confirm; that’s true. And I normally wouldn’t talk about that in public, but there is a public interest angle into this — I’m a little concerned about it. Because that intimate photo was sent to Roger Stone, and I don’t know if that was consenual. And if it wasn’t consensual, Ms. Wulff-Jones should know about that, and there might be something that needs to be done about that.

And it could be totally consenual. But when I see and I don’t see any indication that it was, I’m concerned something might not be on the up and up with that. There are certainly laws in certain states about that.

Ron Filipkowski has the clip:

Ron also noted that when Roger Stone was confronted regarding what he had been communicating with Alex Jones about, Stone’s claims were far, far different:

I really thought I couldn’t possibly get more sickened with this guy. But here we are.

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