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Alex Jones had kiddie porn on his phone and he sent a nude photo of his wife to Roger Stone.

Wutta slime bag.

I've no more sympathy for Jones than the McMichaels. But shouldn't this post have begun with "It is reported..."?
Tom
Jones on his show said he would pay for information on the hackers that put the kiddie porn on his phone.
Is this like saying "I'm still trying to find that one-armed man .."?
 

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An expose on Jones early life. Apparently he's always been a bully.


Beware. It's a long read.

Or you can listen to the audio. Or better yet skip to the last part where the bully "origin" story is told.


The most disturbing part is that the people who knew him in high school who knew he was a bully and a constant liar, when they were asked about the stuff he says on his show now like "Obama is a Muslim," even they say, yeah but that could still be true.
 

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Tucker Carlson is “shitting himself” over the possibility that texts between him and far-right conspiracy loon Alex Jones will leak, a source close to the Fox News star told Confider.

Carlson and the raving Infowars ranter trade text messages on a daily basis, according to two people familiar with their relationship. If made public, these sources said, the text messages would be “highly embarrassing” for Carlson.
 

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The wife of conservative radio host Alex Jones told Insider on Tuesday that she was "unaware" her husband sent a nude photo of her to former Donald Trump adviser Roger Stone.

The illicit picture was among a trove of text messages that Jones' own lawyer accidentally turned over to opposing counsel in a defamation damages trial involving the parents of a Sandy Hook shooting victim.

Mark Bankston, who represented the parents in the case, told The Young Turks on Monday that Jones' legal team accidentally turned Jones' text messages — including a nude photo of Jones' wife, Erika Wulff-Jones, that was sent to Stone.
Wulff-Jones confirmed to Insider that she didn't know about the text message exchange, but seemed uninterested in pursuing charges against her husband.

"Honestly I was unaware that this occurred," Wulff-Jones told Insider. "I'm sure this was some type of brag exchange, look how hot my wife is type thing."

"I am upset that he took privilege to send the image to someone without my knowledge. However, that's really the least of my problems right now," Wulff-Jones added.
Well, that answers the question of whether it was consentual.
 

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Well, that answers the question of whether it was consentual.
It appears that the Jones's are a "really fun couple".
Tom
So she’s a crappy athlete. Anything else?
 

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Well, that answers the question of whether it was consentual.
It appears that the Jones's are a "really fun couple".
Tom
So she’s a crappy athlete. Anything else?

Well, she also got shampoo in his eyes and it really hurt!
Tom
 

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Well, that answers the question of whether it was consentual.
It appears that the Jones's are a "really fun couple".
Tom
Seeing Alex Jones is a habitual liar, I wouldn't believe him if he said the sky was blue. There could be legitimate domestic violence claims between he and his wife, but I wouldn't just take his say that it was so.
 

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I watched a video on YouTube about the leak, and how Jones' lawyer fucked up beyond all possible and legal measures as when the leak was discovered, the prosecutor reported it and the defense attorney didn't actually go the legal route to plug the leak. He made some non-legally binding request and that was that. So either he fucked up terribly or he fucked his client intentionally. In either case, likely a case for malpractice for Jones to win. Likely wouldn't get much in damages though as virtually all that info should have been turned over. 300 GB worth. :oops:
 

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300 GB? On a cell phone?
Is that unusual? My antique iPhone 11 has 128gb onboard, and that wasn’t the highest option.
300 GB is just the personal data, not including the operating system.

I still haven't used that much total on my Windows 10 machine, including the OS.
 

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300 GB? On a cell phone?
Is that unusual? My antique iPhone 11 has 128gb onboard, and that wasn’t the highest option.
300 GB is just the personal data, not including the operating system.

I still haven't used that much total on my Windows 10 machine, including the OS.
Iirc they were offering 1tb of data storage on that phone when I bought it a few years ago.
And they would have bought it with the explicit knowledge that Jones moves and holds a lot of data...
 

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I watched a video on YouTube about the leak, and how Jones' lawyer fucked up beyond all possible and legal measures as when the leak was discovered, the prosecutor reported it and the defense attorney didn't actually go the legal route to plug the leak. He made some non-legally binding request and that was that. So either he fucked up terribly or he fucked his client intentionally. In either case, likely a case for malpractice for Jones to win. Likely wouldn't get much in damages though as virtually all that info should have been turned over. 300 GB worth. :oops:
Was it this? Hilarious.

 

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Seeing Alex Jones is a habitual liar, I wouldn't believe him if he said the sky was blue. There could be legitimate domestic violence claims between he and his wife, but I wouldn't just take his say that it was so.

I'm just wallowing in schadenfreude.

I honestly couldn't work up any sympathy for Mrs Jones any way. She married him 5 years ago, during the Trump administration. He was a known quantity by then.
Tom
 

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John Oliver had a piece on the Alex Jones trial in last week's show that is hilarious. One section has the presiding judge lecturing him to tell the truth on the stand. I'd post a link but none of the commands on the menu seem to work for me now.
 

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300 GB? On a cell phone?
Is that unusual? My antique iPhone 11 has 128gb onboard, and that wasn’t the highest option.
300 GB is just the personal data, not including the operating system.

I still haven't used that much total on my Windows 10 machine, including the OS.
Iirc they were offering 1tb of data storage on that phone when I bought it a few years ago.
And they would have bought it with the explicit knowledge that Jones moves and holds a lot of data...
From what I gather, the contents of the phone may have only been a fraction of the contents of the dropbox to which the defense sent the link. And sending that link was only the first of their series of fuckups that ended up making the entire lot admissible...
Where do these clowns find their lawyers, from numbers written on the walls of public restrooms?
 

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300 GB? On a cell phone?
Is that unusual? My antique iPhone 11 has 128gb onboard, and that wasn’t the highest option.
300 GB is just the personal data, not including the operating system.

I still haven't used that much total on my Windows 10 machine, including the OS.
Iirc they were offering 1tb of data storage on that phone when I bought it a few years ago.
And they would have bought it with the explicit knowledge that Jones moves and holds a lot of data...
From what I gather, the contents of the phone may have only been a fraction of the contents of the dropbox to which the defense sent the link. And sending that link was only the first of their series of fuckups that ended up making the entire lot admissible...
Where do these clowns find their lawyers, from numbers written on the walls of public restrooms?
Wait... What? It's not just the phone, but... Alex Jones' dropbox?!?

I just got the kind of serotonin rush that normally would result in rolling on the floor giggling in the most deliciously ironic Shaudenfruede
 

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300 GB? On a cell phone?
Is that unusual? My antique iPhone 11 has 128gb onboard, and that wasn’t the highest option.
300 GB is just the personal data, not including the operating system.

I still haven't used that much total on my Windows 10 machine, including the OS.
Iirc they were offering 1tb of data storage on that phone when I bought it a few years ago.
And they would have bought it with the explicit knowledge that Jones moves and holds a lot of data...
From what I gather, the contents of the phone may have only been a fraction of the contents of the dropbox to which the defense sent the link. And sending that link was only the first of their series of fuckups that ended up making the entire lot admissible...
Where do these clowns find their lawyers, from numbers written on the walls of public restrooms?
Wait... What? It's not just the phone, but... Alex Jones' dropbox?!?

I just got the kind of serotonin rush that normally would result in rolling on the floor giggling in the most deliciously ironic Shaudenfruede
I’m curious what they actually meant to send. But yeah, it was the phone and bonus material. Sounded like a former assistant for the defense attorney clicked way too high in the folder chain.

When I give links to Dropbox or OneDrive for work, I am hyper-paranoid about what I’m giving access to. Triple, quadruple checking.
 

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300 GB? On a cell phone?
Is that unusual? My antique iPhone 11 has 128gb onboard, and that wasn’t the highest option.
300 GB is just the personal data, not including the operating system.

I still haven't used that much total on my Windows 10 machine, including the OS.
Iirc they were offering 1tb of data storage on that phone when I bought it a few years ago.
And they would have bought it with the explicit knowledge that Jones moves and holds a lot of data...
From what I gather, the contents of the phone may have only been a fraction of the contents of the dropbox to which the defense sent the link. And sending that link was only the first of their series of fuckups that ended up making the entire lot admissible...
Where do these clowns find their lawyers, from numbers written on the walls of public restrooms?
Wait... What? It's not just the phone, but... Alex Jones' dropbox?!?

I just got the kind of serotonin rush that normally would result in rolling on the floor giggling in the most deliciously ironic Shaudenfruede
I’m curious what they actually meant to send. But yeah, it was the phone and bonus material. Sounded like a former assistant for the defense attorney clicked way too high in the folder chain.

When I give links to Dropbox or OneDrive for work, I am hyper-paranoid about what I’m giving access to. Triple, quadruple checking.
My regimen puts me to finding the "share" option specifically of only the file I wish to share, and then poking that one object at a time, letting each generate its own email.
 

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300 GB? On a cell phone?
Is that unusual? My antique iPhone 11 has 128gb onboard, and that wasn’t the highest option.
300 GB is just the personal data, not including the operating system.

I still haven't used that much total on my Windows 10 machine, including the OS.
Iirc they were offering 1tb of data storage on that phone when I bought it a few years ago.
And they would have bought it with the explicit knowledge that Jones moves and holds a lot of data...
From what I gather, the contents of the phone may have only been a fraction of the contents of the dropbox to which the defense sent the link. And sending that link was only the first of their series of fuckups that ended up making the entire lot admissible...
Where do these clowns find their lawyers, from numbers written on the walls of public restrooms?
Wait... What? It's not just the phone, but... Alex Jones' dropbox?!?

I just got the kind of serotonin rush that normally would result in rolling on the floor giggling in the most deliciously ironic Shaudenfruede
Ah, I see now how they got to 300 gigs.
 

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Wait... What? It's not just the phone, but... Alex Jones' dropbox?!?

I just got the kind of serotonin rush that normally would result in rolling on the floor giggling in the most deliciously ironic Shaudenfruede
I’m curious what they actually meant to send. But yeah, it was the phone and bonus material. Sounded like a former assistant for the defense attorney clicked way too high in the folder chain.

When I give links to Dropbox or OneDrive for work, I am hyper-paranoid about what I’m giving access to. Triple, quadruple checking.


When I share, I create a new, separate folder and copy the shareables there, put tags all over it that it is shared, and THEN triple check before clicking share!
 

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Wait... What? It's not just the phone, but... Alex Jones' dropbox?!?

I just got the kind of serotonin rush that normally would result in rolling on the floor giggling in the most deliciously ironic Shaudenfruede
I’m curious what they actually meant to send. But yeah, it was the phone and bonus material. Sounded like a former assistant for the defense attorney clicked way too high in the folder chain.

When I give links to Dropbox or OneDrive for work, I am hyper-paranoid about what I’m giving access to. Triple, quadruple checking.


When I share, I create a new, separate folder and copy the shareables there, put tags all over it that it is shared, and THEN triple check before clicking share!
Yeah, that's a part of it too, partitioning off the shared files.

Oftentimes I don't even share from the same Dropbox account. I have an entirely different environment for files that are "mine" vs the ones I would "share".

Even then, I'm careful to share granularly.

I've never even failed on that side of things. Paranoia has kept me safe from such until now.

Instead, my failure is to forget to attach/share/send at all.

I don't actually currently use cloud share technology. My husband does, because they are an artist with files that matter if they are lost.

I am not so afflicted, and anything that I lose is so much stuff I've let get clogged with old crap anyway. My husband has already backed up my Iraq photo album (and several other soldoers' photo albums which I still have, from when they asked me to make copies and backups), and that's the only real "artifact" that would be forever lost to see it fail.

As a result, I just send individual files over telegram or email these days and even then, I partition as you say, from an "outbox folder".
 

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I wonder when all of Jones's files end up on some hacker dark web site?
I cause significant friction injuries to my genital region. That's what. And so do you. And so do we all. Let's not be coy about it.*

*From the fact, not from the contents.
 

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300 GB? On a cell phone?
Quite possible on modern phones. I've got high resolution topographic maps for much of the area within 100 miles of here on my phone, I've never looked at how many gb they take up.
 

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300 GB? On a cell phone?
Quite possible on modern phones. I've got high resolution topographic maps for much of the area within 100 miles of here on my phone, I've never looked at how many gb they take up.
We've already found out it was so much more than what was just on his phone.
 

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300 GB is just the personal data, not including the operating system.

I still haven't used that much total on my Windows 10 machine, including the OS.
I've got way more than 300 GB just in downloaded videos. Any back episodes of Twilight Zone or The Wire you need?
 

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Well, that answers the question of whether it was consentual.
It appears that the Jones's are a "really fun couple".
Tom
I didn't know that Roger Stone's balls weighed five pounds each. Welcome to Conservative cucksville.
 

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TyT interviewed the attorney in this case



I clicked and watched. Kudos to TYT. And kudos to the lawyer for giving TYT the first exclusive interview. I watch very little of the Lame Stream Media; I suppose they're too busy talking about the latest change to the price of gas or an incident in the Kardashian family to report real news.

Apparently Infowars was presenting pictures of the trial's judge on fire while the trial was in progress! :eek: :eeka:

The TYT video has been up for 2 days and only has 105,000 views. How many minutes does it take the latest K-Pop video to get to a million views?
 

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I don't think the medical files were on Infowars employees but on some of the kids that were killed.
Either way it makes me a little sad the full contents can never be released publicly.
I'd like to know how he got ahold of PMI.
Discovery--for establishing the future earnings. It doesn't surprise me that they had such records.
That is how the Plaintiffs lawyers (accidently) got that information (and allegedly immediately destroyed it)... The question is HOW DID JONES GET THAT HIPAA PROTECTED MATERIAL. The only LEGAL way to have gotten it is to have a HIPAA release form (like the kind you sign at a doctors office on your first visit to allow them to leave voice messages for you and contact your emergency contact if need be), that was signed by a legal guardian. The question is, "Did the parents of the murdered children sign a HIPAA release for Alex Jones to receive those records? I think no fucking way.
 

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The question is, "Did the parents of the murdered children sign a HIPAA release for Alex Jones to receive those records? I think no fucking way.

I asked that question upthread.
The answer was plausible. They got it from discovery, people delivering the info voluntarily to establish the value of the lives lost.

I can't vouch for the accuracy, but it was a plausible explanation.
Tom
 

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On Monday, Judge Julie Manning made it clear that Alex Jones can try all of the legal shenanigans that he wants, but the families suing Jones will have their day in court. Manning ruled that “The plaintiffs’ rights to have that process continue in the Connecticut Superior Court should not be disturbed,” and therefore could continue forward with their lawsuit of Jones separated from Jones’ company Free Speech Systems, which had also been named in the defamation lawsuit.

Earlier this month, the embattled host of Infowars and his lawyers were able to stall jury selection in one of his Sandy Hook Elementary school defamation cases. They did this in a motion to have the case transferred from Connecticut state court to federal bankruptcy court. This came one week after Jones’ Free Speech Systems filed for bankruptcy.

Attorney for the plaintiffs in the case Chris Mattei told the Associated Press: “We’re grateful the bankruptcy court saw through Alex Jones’s brazen effort to block a jury from being empaneled and holding him accountable. We look forward to trial.”
 

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Tucker Carlson is “shitting himself” over the possibility that texts between him and far-right conspiracy loon Alex Jones will leak, a source close to the Fox News star told Confider.

Carlson and the raving Infowars ranter trade text messages on a daily basis, according to two people familiar with their relationship. If made public, these sources said, the text messages would be “highly embarrassing” for Carlson.

Just saw this and the first question that came to mind was, how does shit shit itself?
 

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Tucker Carlson is “shitting himself” over the possibility that texts between him and far-right conspiracy loon Alex Jones will leak, a source close to the Fox News star told Confider.

Carlson and the raving Infowars ranter trade text messages on a daily basis, according to two people familiar with their relationship. If made public, these sources said, the text messages would be “highly embarrassing” for Carlson.

Just saw this and the first question that came to mind was, how does shit shit itself?
That's so zen...
 

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David Pakman interviews Parents Against Jones Lawyer.



BTW, he's got a very cool Pink Floyd poster behind him.
 

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One of the lawyers for Infowars host Alex Jones has himself lawyered up, and his counsel on Friday notified a Connecticut Superior Court judge that he fears a potential criminal prosecution in connection with an attorney ethics probe.

Wesley R. Mead, an attorney who represents Norm Pattis, said that Pattis would steadfastly assert his Fifth Amendment rights in a discipline proceeding surrounding the private medical records of one or several Sandy Hook plaintiffs. The reason for the continued assertion of those constitutional rights, Mead said, was because Pattis fears that answering questions in a discipline probe might expose him to criminal liability under analogous other state statutes.
It is not uncommon for the medical and psychiatric records of plaintiffs in tort lawsuits to become issues in litigation. Plaintiffs who allege that they have been harmed to a degree that warrants compensation via a court proceeding must prove the degree of the harm suffered. However, those records are oftentimes subject to confidentiality laws, and here, the judge who launched the ethics probe suspects the material may have been improperly stored, transferred, or released.
 

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So Jones has defaulted in another defamation case. This time in Connecticut, because ignoring his discovery obligations worked sooo well in the Texas case.

 

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Tucker Carlson is “shitting himself” over the possibility that texts between him and far-right conspiracy loon Alex Jones will leak, a source close to the Fox News star told Confider.

Carlson and the raving Infowars ranter trade text messages on a daily basis, according to two people familiar with their relationship. If made public, these sources said, the text messages would be “highly embarrassing” for Carlson.

Just saw this and the first question that came to mind was, how does shit shit itself?
That's so zen...
Reminds me of something a comic said that cracked me up... smells like a puke took a shit.
 

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Conspiracy theorist Alex Jones tangled Thursday in an explosive courtroom exchange with an attorney for families of Sandy Hook victims who have sued him in Connecticut, prompting an admonishment from the judge and warning that they could be held in contempt if they violate court rules moving forward.

The warning from a frustrated Judge Barbara Bellis came during the trial that will determine how much Jones must pay the families of Sandy Hook Elementary School shooting victims for his lies about the massacre.

Christopher Mattei, an attorney for the families, questioned the far-right media personality about his false claim that the 2012 shooting in which 26 people were killed was a “hoax,” prompting Jones to grow angry and attack him.

Jones accused Mattei of being disingenuous and said he was guilty of “ambulance chasing” before descending into a rant in court about “liberals.”

Bellis, who had previously warned Jones that some of his outbursts were a violation of court rules, reminded the Infowars founder that he was in a “court of law” and is required to follow her instructions.

“This is clearly not your show and you have to respect the process,” Bellis told Jones. “Whether you like it or not you have to respect the rules.”

Bellis also instructed counsel for both parties to behave orderly.

Bellis warned that anyone who violates court rules moving forward will be subject to a contempt hearing, which she stressed she would like to avoid.
 
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