Alex Jones' Attorney Makes Brutal Mistake in Sandy Hook Trial: 'You Know What Perjury Is?'

Infowars founder Alex Jones is currently on trial for his claims that the Sandy Hook shooting was a hoax.

The trial took a big turn when Jones' attorney accidentally sent his text messages to the attorney of the Sandy Hook parents. Mark Bankston, who is representing the Sandy Hook parents, revealed this information during the trial.

“Twelve days ago, your attorneys messed up and sent me a digital copy of every text,” Bankston said, according to NBC News senior reporter Ben Collins. “You know what perjury is?”

According to Collins, Bankston then began "asking Jones about the times he has emailed about Sandy Hook over the last several years, despite testifying under oath he couldn’t find any emails about Sandy Hook. There are apparently a lot of them.”

Along with the information about the Sandy Hook emails, Jones' texts also revealed how much revenue Infowars was bringing in. For at least a couple of days in 2018, Infowars was bringing in $300,000 a day.

Neil Heslin and Scarlett Lewis, whose 6-year-old son Jesse Lewis was one of the 20 children killed during the mass shooting in Newton, CT, are suing Jones. The Infowars founder has stated he meant to do no harm with his conspiracy theories.

“I question every big event,” Jones said on the stand, per Yahoo News.

While on the stand Jones testified “Scarlett Lewis is real” and that “her son died.”

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