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Texas Judge Crucifies First Amendment In Alex Jones/Sandy Hook Case

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September 30th 2021, 9:36 pm
Experts agree political ruling by Democrat judge is 100% unconstitutional.
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Statement from Alex Jones & Infowars attorney Norm Pattis:

The trial court’s entry of a default in these cases is stunning. It takes no account of the tens of thousands of documents produced by the defendants, the hours spent sitting for depositions and the various sworn statements filed in these cases.

What’s more, these cases are currently before the United States Supreme Court where we have asked for review of the Texas Supreme Court’s denial of motions to dismiss.

We are distressed by what we regard as a blatant abuse of discretion by the trial court. We are determined to see that these cases are heard on the merits.

Nothing less than the fundamental right to speak freely is at stake in these cases. It is not overstatement to say the first amendment was crucified today.”


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