The New York Times reports:
The judge in Alex Jones’s bankruptcy case ruled on Thursday that he will not be allowed to use his Chapter 11 filing to evade paying more than $1 billion in verdicts to families of the Sandy Hook shooting.
The ruling by Judge Christopher Lopez in a Houston bankruptcy court means that Mr. Jones, the Infowars conspiracy broadcaster, will likely be working the rest of his life to pay his debt to the families. Last year, they were awarded historic damages in defamation lawsuits against him.
It also closes off the possibility that Mr. Jones could liquidate Infowars and force the families to accept whatever proceeds result, leaving him free to start a new business.
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Good news for Sandy Hook families…Judge in Texas ruled today that Alex Jones will be paying his debts to them for the rest of his life, pretty much. Here’s a gift link to my story 🎃https://t.co/AkxXspksjQ
— Elizabeth Williamson (@NYTLiz) October 20, 2023