Alex Jones is being sued over his Sandy Hook conspiracy theories, again, and this time the victims of the shooting are being joined by an FBI agent who responded to the school shooting in December of 2012.
Like the families of children killed at Sandy Hook Elementary School in Newtown, Connecticut, FBI agent Bill Aldenberg says he has endured attacks from InfoWars fans and followers for years.
The plaintiffs are the parents of four children killed at Sandy Hook -- Jacqueline and Mark Barden, parents of Daniel; Nicole and Ian Hockley, parents of Dylan; Francine and David Wheeler, parents of Ben; and Jennifer Hensel and Jeremy Richman, parents of Avielle -- as well as Donna Soto, Carlee Soto-Parisi, Carlos Soto and Jillian Soto, the mother and siblings of first-grade teacher Victoria Leigh Soto; and Erica Lafferty-Garbatini, the daughter of Sandy Hook Elementary School Principal Dawn Hochsprung. FBI agent Bill Aldenberg is also a plaintiff.
“As a result of Jones’ campaign,” the families and Aldenberg said they have been “forced to endure malicious and cruel abuse at the hands of ruthless unscrupulous people.”
More specifically, these families and the FBI agent are suing Jones for a specific claim that their dead children were actually actors being "cycled in and out of the school" on the day of the shooting.
This should not be confused with another defamation lawsuit recently filed against Alex Jones and InfoWars related to Sandy Hook trutherism.