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Alex Jones Sanctioned By Judge For Threatening Lawyer Representing Sandy Hook Families

Mediaite Tuesday, 18 June 2019
Jones named an attorney on the opposing side of the Newtown case and proceeded to "pound on a picture of his face," per a court filing.
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