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>> Five years after a gunman massacred 20 children and 6 adults at Sandy Hook Elementary School, 3 grieving parents have had enough of comments like these.>> The official story of Sandy Hook has more holes in it than Swiss cheese.>> Two families, including Leonard Pozner, who lost his six year old son, have filed million dollar defamation lawsuits against conspiracy theorist and right-wing commentator Alex Jones.
Reuters correspondent Jon Herskovitz is following the case.>> He called the parents actors, saying that they were vampires and they were all part of an elaborate cover up. And it also mentions Jones continuing these types of broadcasts through the past couple of years.>> Jones' YouTube channel has more than 2 million subscribers, and his followers have taunted and threatened the victims' families.
They each filed the lawsuits in Texas Tuesday where Jones lives, and his Info Wars media site is based. Jones is facing similar defamation suits for other stories and some aggrieved parties have seen victories. Jones was forced to apologize for falsely accusing democratic politicians of child sex trafficking in a conspiracy known as Pizza Gate, and forced to retract stories about Chobani Yogurt when the company sued over false claims its factory was connected to the sexual assault of a child.
Jones did not return a request for comment.