The lawyer representing parents of the Sandy Hook victims said that Alex Jones’ lawyer sent him years of texts and e-mails from Jones’ phone. Accidentally.
- The conspiracy theorist has been found liable in defamation cases when he continually claimed that the Sandy Hook shooting was a hoax. Jones is on trial in Texas to determine how much he owes in damages.
Sandy Hook attorney Mark Bankson provided in court messages taken from Jones’ phone, the contents of which Bankston says were given to him accidentally by Jones’ lawyer, and which show Jones was lying when he said he didn’t have any communications about Sandy Hook.
“You know what perjury is, right?” he said. “You testified under oath previously that you personally searched your phone for the phrase ‘Sandy Hook’ and there were no messages.”
“In discovery you were asked if you had Sandy Hook messages on your phone and you said no, correct?” Bankston added.
“If I was mistaken, I was mistaken,” a visibly shaken Jones said after pausing. “You’ve got the messages right there.”
“You know what perjury is, right?” said Bankston.
This gets even better.