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CENSORSHIP? Sandy Hook Families Now After Alex Jones’ Social Media

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Looks like taking $1.5 BILLION from Alex Jones wasn’t enough.

Now the families in Sandy Hook in Newtown, Connecticut are gunning for his social media accounts.


Because his voice is a powerful cog in the Infowars machine that’s being dismantled, just as he warned the Deep State would do.

Jones, who filed for bankruptcy protection 17 months ago is still fighting to hold on to his company.

The fact that the Establishment wants to censor Jones because he exercised his 1st Amendment right regarding 2012 incident at Sandy Hook Elementary School makes you wonder.

Reuters reports:

NEW YORK, June 13 (Reuters) – Families of the Sandy Hook massacre victims want to seize Alex Jones’ social media accounts in his bankruptcy, saying that the conspiracy theorist’s frequent posts to fans are a key part of the Infowars business being liquidated to pay Jones’ debts.
Jones, who filed for bankruptcy protection 17 months ago, has given up on trying to reach a settlement that would reduce the $1.5 billion that he owes to the relatives of 20 students and six staff members killed in the 2012 mass shooting at Sandy Hook Elementary School in Newtown, Connecticut.
Jones and the Sandy Hook families now agree that Jones’ assets should be liquidated in bankruptcy. But the families on Wednesday asked a U.S. bankruptcy judge in Houston, Texas, to additionally take control of Jones’ account and prevent Jones from using it to promote new business ventures.
The Sandy Hook families asked the judge to make clear that the Jones’ “@RealAlexJones” account on, formerly known as Twitter, will be among the assets turned over to a court-appointed trustee in charge of liquidating Jones’ assets.
Jones’ X account, which has 2.3 million followers, is “no different than a customer list of any other liquidating business,” the Sandy Hook families argued.
They argued that Jones has used the social media account to push down the value of Infowars by diverting sales from that site to his father’s, which sells health supplements and other products.
Jones’ attorney, Vickie Driver, said on Thursday that the Sandy Hook families’ request was procedurally improper and that Jones would oppose it at the appropriate time.
“The Connecticut Plaintiffs have never wanted money from Jones but to silence him,” Driver said.
Jones was banned from the platform for nearly five years, but his account was reinstated in December after a user poll conducted by owner Elon Musk.
A U.S. bankruptcy judge is scheduled to hear the families’ demand at a Friday court hearing in Houston. The judge is expected to convert Alex Jones’ bankruptcy case from a Chapter 11 bankruptcy, which offers more control to a bankrupt debtor, to a Chapter 7 liquidation, which would allow a court-appointed trustee to take and sell Jones’ assets


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