Alex Jones Submits Payment Plan for Sandy Hook Judgments

Written by Henrik Rothen

Dec.16 - 2023 7:51 PM CET

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Alex Jones Submits Payment Plan for Sandy Hook Judgments.

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Conspiracy theorist Alex Jones, known for his Infowars platform, has recently taken a significant step towards addressing the substantial legal judgments against him related to the Sandy Hook shooting.

Last year, Jones was ordered to pay nearly $1.5 billion for his false claims that the Sandy Hook tragedy was a hoax, which deeply affected the families of the victims.

Despite the judgments, Jones had not made any payments towards the families, as noted by Christopher Mattei, a Connecticut attorney representing the families, who stated in September that no compensation had been received. However, Jones, who had previously declared bankruptcy, is now initiating a process to settle his debts.

On Friday, Jones proposed a detailed payment plan, as reported by The Guardian.

In his 30-page submission, he offered to pay a minimum of $5.5 million annually, divided among the plaintiffs. The plan includes a portion of his personal annual income and a share of Infowars' revenue. This approach is projected to fulfill his financial obligations over a period of 10 years.

Avi Moshenberg, representing some of the family members in Texas, acknowledged this as the first instance of Jones presenting a concrete strategy to compensate the families for the distress he caused.

This development marks a pivotal moment in the ongoing legal saga surrounding Alex Jones and his controversial claims about the Sandy Hook shooting.

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