The dad of a Sandy Hook victim says Alex Jones has made his life a’ living hell’

Heslin and Lewis are seeking at least$ 150 million in the case.

” moment is veritably important to me and it’s been a long time coming. to face Alex Jones for what he said and did to me. To restore the honor and heritage of my son,” Heslin said.
Heslin also said that while he does not know if the Sandy Hook humbug proposition began with Jones, it was Jones who” lit the match and started the fire” with an online platform and broadcast that reached millions worldwide.

Heslin told the jury about holding his son with a pellet hole through his head, indeed describing the extent of the damage to his son’s body. A crucial member of the case is a 2017 Infowars broadcast that said Heslin didn’t hold his son’s body.
An reason from Jones wouldn’t be good enough at this point, he said.

” Alex started this fight,” Heslin said,” and I will finish this fight.”
Jones was not in court during Heslin’s evidence, a move the father called” dastardly.” Jones has skipped much of the evidence during the two- week trial and had a skeleton of guards in the courtroom when he did attend. Tuesday was the last slated day for evidence and Jones was anticipated to take the stage as the only substantiation in his defense.

Scarlett Lewis was also called to the substantiation stand Tuesday. She spoke much of her evidence directly at Jones, who had arrived in the courtroom.
” I’m a mama first and foremost, and I know you’re a father,” Lewis said.” My son was. I know you know that.”

At one point, Lewis asked Jones,” Do you suppose I am an actor?”
” No, I do not suppose you are an actor,” Jones responded, before the judge admonished him to stay quiet until it was his turn to swear.

Heslin and Lewis suffer from a form ofpost-traumatic stress complaint that comes from constant trauma, analogous to that endured by dogfaces in war zones or child abuse victims, a forensic psychologist who studied their cases and met with them witnessed Monday.
Jones has portrayed the action against him as an attack on his First Correction rights.

At stake in the trial is how important Jones will pay. The parents have asked the jury to award$ 150 million in compensation for vilification and purposeful infliction of emotional torture. The jury will also consider whether Jones and his company will pay corrective damages.
Courts in Texas and Connecticut have formerly set up Jones liable for vilification for his depiction of the Sandy Hook butchery as a humbug. In both countries, judges issued dereliction judgements against Jones without trials because he failed to respond to court orders and turn over documents.

Jones has formerly tried to cover Free Speech Systems financially. The company filed for civil ruin protection last week. Sandy Hook families have independently sued Jones over his fiscal claims, arguing that the company is trying to cover millions possessed by Jones and his family through shell realities.

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