Families and the FBI agent who responded to the shooting said they were threatened in person and online.
\u201cAlex Jones after his billion dollar damages verdict: "They want to scare us away from question Uvalde or Parkland. We're not going away. We're not going to stop."\n\nHe's now selling "vitamineral fusion" from the InfoWars store.\u201d
"They want to scare us away from questioning Uvalde or Parkland," Jones said in his live stream. "We're not going away. We're not going to stop."
The conspiracy theorist then asked viewers to donate money to him to make appeals.
\u201cWatching the Sandy Hook verdict live from his studio, Alex Jones makes an urgent plea to his audience for cash, and tells them that none of the money they send him will go the the families because he has filed for bankruptcy.\u201d
— Ron Filipkowski \ud83c\uddfa\ud83c\udde6 (@Ron Filipkowski \ud83c\uddfa\ud83c\udde6)
Meanwhile, in the courtroom, the families of the victims cried and hugged as the judge read out the verdict.
The nearly $1bn in damages will be divided among 14 relatives of eight Sandy Hook victims and the FBI agent who responded to the shooting.
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