Alex Jones’ Legal Team Mistakenly Sent His Texts to Plaintiff’s Attorneys.

Kevin Alexander
Alex Jones takes the stand in a court hearing earlier this week.SkyNews

Attorneys for InfoWars founder Alex Jones mistakenly sent a document containing two years worth of text messages to the legal team representing the families of Sandy Hook victims. This latest case will determine how much Jones has to pay after families won a default judgment against him earlier this year. The families are seeking damages of $150 million dollars.

That error led to a brutal cross examination of the TV host yesterday, with plaintiff's attorney Mark Bankston systematically dismantling Jones' previous claims in a deposition that he'd never texted anyone about the 2012 school shooting.

The records showed other wise, with Bankston telling Jones, "that is how I know you lied to me when you said you didn't have text messages about Sandy Hook,"

"This is your Perry Mason moment"

A flustered Jones could be seen on video continuing to insist he didn't lie, even after the court was shown clear evidence that he had. A one point Jones told Bankston that "this is your Perry Mason moment."

While he was one the stand, Judge Maya Guerra Gamble had to repeatedly remind Jones he was under oath, at one point telling him,

"You are already under oath to tell the truth...You've already violated that oath twice today, in just those two examples. It seems absurd to instruct you again that you must tell the truth while you testify. Yet here I am again. This is not your show."

Further, according to court papers filed Monday in Connecticut, the legal team representing the families told the court that they received child pornography in those same documents.

A lawyer representing the families alerted the FBI.

“The FBI advised counsel that its review located numerous additional illegal images, which had apparently been sent to InfoWars email address,”

Neither the FBI nor Jones respond to request for comments, but InforWars released a statement describing the images as a "malware attack attempting to embed" child porn on Jones' servers.

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