Alex Jones, pictured in 2018, was sanctioned by a Connecticut judge on Tuesday after railing on the attorney representing victims' families in a defamation suit against the Internet provocateur.
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Alex Jones of InfoWars talks to reporters outside a Senate Intelligence Committee hearing on Wednesday. Twitter has permanently suspended the conspiracy theorist, citing violations of its policy on abusive behavior.
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An antenna tower is seen at the Orchard Plaza apartment building in Austin in 2014, the year the FCC imposed a penalty on the building's owners for operating a pirate radio station.
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Alex Jones and his Infowars channels have been removed from YouTube; Facebook and Apple's iTunes have also deleted most or all of his outlets on their services. He's seen here being escorted from a rally near the 2016 Republican National Convention.
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Alex Jones of InfoWars.com has questioned the authenticity of the Sandy Hook Elementary School shooting, and now the parents of two children killed in the massacre are suing him.
Pastor Frank Pomeroy and his wife Sherri speak during a press conference at the entrance to the First Baptist Church, after a mass shooting that killed 26 people in Sutherland Springs, Texas, last November.
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