The families of Sandy Hook victims suing Alex Jones scored a legal victory Friday when a judge granted their discovery requests, providing them with access to internal marketing and financial documents from his online radio site InfoWars.
Jones has previously argued that defamation cases against him should be dismissed because he was acting as a journalist during his coverage of the Sandy Hook shooting, comparing himself to the veteran journalists Bob Woodward and Carl Bernstein, who helped break the Watergate scandal.
“Plaintiffs suffered a horrible tragedy,” his defense attorney, Jay M. Wolman, wrote in a motion to dismiss the lawsuit, ABC reported.
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