Alex Jones is claiming the media is lying when they are are reporting that he asked for $100,000 in attorney fees. Alex Jones can be easily proven to be a liar; but first, let's prove his perjury. In Texas, caught in perjury, he changed his tune and withdrew his request. But that is after he was caught in perjury.
Alex Jones lies to Connecticut court and claims he is not seeking money from Sandy Hook families while he asks for a $100k from Sandy Hook families in Texas suit #Sandyhook @AlexJones_Ex pic.twitter.com/THdqjokfsb— CW Wade (@CWWades) August 1, 2018
Perjury in US District Court - Connecticut
Alex Jones, in an attempt to gain favor with the court, waived fees promising he has "no desire to collect money from the parents of Sandy Hook victims".
Alex Jones "MEMORANDUM IN SUPPORT OF SPECIAL MOTION TO DISMISS
PLAINTIFFS’ COMPLAINT OR, IN THE ALTERNATIVE, TO DISMISS FOR FAILURE TO STATE A CLAIM" - Filed 7/20/18
In Texas, nearly simultaneously, he asked for over well $100,000 from parents of Sandy Hook victims. Alex Jones, via personal affidavit, and by and through his attorney Mark Enoch filed "Defendant's First Supplement to Motion to Dismiss Under the Texas Citizens Participation Act".
In that Motion, Alex Jones laid out his request for exhorbanant fees.
Here he wants $85,700.75 plus $42,225 for preparing one motion.
Then he wants another $28,000 in fees just in case the Defendants appeal.
Alex Jones asked for up to $155,975.75 in fees for his motion.
After he was caught in perjury before the Connecticut Court, he changed his tune. But he did ask.
More hoaxes, lies, and perjury by Alex Jones.