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Even Jones is stunned by the fact Sandy Hook parents seem to have his emails. Jones just called it their lawyers' "Perry Mason moment." It's shocking.
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Judge instructing the jury on the entire contents of Alex Jones' phone, which was accidentally handed over from Jones' lawyers to the Sandy Hook parents' lawyers: "What we do know is that it was not properly turned over when it should have been."

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In reply to @oneunderscore__
$800k a day to spread conspiracies. // my heart is with the parents. May they be awarded full civil damages, may Alex Jones be bankrupted into oblivion and may his larynx never recover and here鈥檚 to no more podcasts !!!
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wow. the judge ordering the sheriff's deputy to arrest Alex Jones on the spot and throw him in jail for contempt is not out of the question.
Alex Jones is fucked, and I am here for it.
In reply to @oneunderscore__
How does an attorney 鈥渁ccidentally鈥 turn over the contents of a phone? Half the time it seems his attorney is actually working for the plaintiffs.
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This is the lawyers covering their bar cards. 鈥淎ccident鈥 = secretly (albeit late) turned over discovery they became aware of to mitigate the previous utterly unethical action with their state bar.
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I鈥檓 guessing his ex-wife will be interested in those financial numbers.
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From what you're saying, I'm guessing they're still admissible despite improper turnover. Are the messages under any kind of consideration protection as a result?
Devastating. For Alex Jones. Now with even MORE financial damages, penalties, to come. 馃敟馃馃槅
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the texts are discoverable and admissible, and his lawyers are in deep doo-doo if they didn't hand them over during discovery. The fact they "accidentally" sent them seems fishy but they are admissible nonetheless
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This judge knows a criminal when she sees one
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Could it be a stunt cooked up by Jones and his attorneys in order to compel a mistrial?
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WOW. This is clear cut case of misconduct on the part of his lawyer.
鈥淚t was not properly turned over when it should have been.鈥 Gee, wouldn鈥檛 it be a real shame if this civil case ultimately results in Alex Jones going to prison for perjury and/or obstruction of justice? Few people would deserve it more.
Tfw your attorney clipped his law degree out of the back of a cereal box
Two Points.
So Now NSO has made its way into the Legal System?
Sounds like a Lawyers Bluff to get Jones to betray himself...

Which would be the Ultimate Payback for The Ultimate Conspiracy Guy..
This feels like Old Testament-style divine intervention! Praise be to the LORD!
I am struggling to understand how something like this occurs
This whole discovery fiasco needs to be taught as an example of precisely what *not* to do, on multiple levels, in every law school around the country.
In reply to @oneunderscore__
If he ends up being found guilty, does he have grounds for appeal based on incompetent counsel?
In reply to @oneunderscore__
FTDS....we all know, now...he is a damn low life
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Apparently texts should have been disclosed to opposing counsel and weren鈥檛.
In reply to @oneunderscore__
"Jones's", not "Jones'"
It's... it's so beautiful 馃ゲ
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How does his attorney make a mistake like that?
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I'm not sure I understand the judge's instructions. is she saying that the phone's contents are not admissible?
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I know very little about the law. Q: Can 馃悕 Jones call a mistrial now? Bad lawyering. To dismiss the suit?
In reply to @oneunderscore__
He should be sanctioned by the Court for discovery abuse and perjury, and the Jury provided with perjury instructions
In reply to @oneunderscore__
Isn't failure to turn over pertinent information in discovery a sanctionable action? Aren't Jones' lawyers at risk of disbarment because of this?
In reply to @JustRowena
This implies they probably should have been. In which case, ouch. There goes their practising license鈥
In reply to @oneunderscore__
This is what you get when you're such a scumbag, no competent attorney would go near you.
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Karma works in mysterious ways.馃檹馃徎馃挋馃檹馃徎
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Seems Jones鈥 lawyers are subject to sanctions. But surely SHP lawyers told judge they had received the texts inadvertently? Don鈥檛 think judge would be happy with this bombshell in open court.
That judge been pissed off and now to learn this lol
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Jones鈥檚 lawyer is even more of a 馃ぁ than I first thought
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