Jones, who has repeatedly ridiculed the court process on his Infowars show, was confronted with some of his previous rhetoric on the judicial system in the early moments of his testimony.
“You’re calling it Kangaroo Court yourself, aren’t you?” asked Christopher Mattei, attorney for the Sandy Hook families.
“Yes,” replied Jones.
“And you called the judge a dictator?” Matthew asked.
“Yes,” said Jones.
Jones, who was reminded repeatedly by Judge Barbara Bellis during her testimony that she must abide by the rules of the court, later told the jury that “crushing globalists” was the most important factor in her relationship with her audience. . He claimed that the case was part of a conspiracy to “deeper position” against him.
The trial is taking place a month after a Texas jury determined that Jones and his company, Free Speech Systems, the parent of fringe media organization InfoWars, should award nearly $50 million to the two parents.
Jones unintentionally told his audience after the Sandy Hook Elementary School shooting that the event was staged. He has since admitted that the shooting took place, but only after the lawsuit was filed. He said in his 2019 affidavit that “forms of psychosis” led him to make his false remarks.
In the Connecticut case, where Jones is being sued by eight more Sandy Hook families, Bellis issued a default judgment against the Infowars founder in November 2021 after failing to comply with court orders.
Because the judge had already ruled that Jones was liable, the jury is determining the amount of damages to award to the plaintiff. While the families did not specify a dollar figure, an attorney for the families last week asked jurors to “send a message” to the public with their verdict.
Mattei argued during the trial that Jones forwarded the Sandy Hook lie because it was profitable.
Jones’ attorney Norman Pattis has argued that the claims made by the Sandy Hook plaintiffs are “exaggerated”. Pattis has also stated that the Sandy Hook family has “been partisan” and that the defense would argue that the damages have been exacerbated “because they want to remain silent.” [Jones] For political reasons.”