The Daily Beast reports:
Plaintiffs for Sandy Hook families suing Jones allege that he’s “doomsday prepped” his own business ahead of hefty legal judgments, illicitly moving money out of InfoWars into shell companies to avoid paying his victims.
In a court motion filed Wednesday in Texas, the families claim that he has concealed InfoWars’ assets to make the company appear to be nearly bankrupt. The families were joined in the motion by another man suing Jones for falsely accusing him of carrying out the 2018 Parkland shooting.
On paper, InfoWars parent company Free Speech Systems seems to lose money every year. Yet Jones has allegedly transferred significant amounts out of the company—financial transactions that often coincide with legal setbacks Jones has faced in the Sandy Hook cases.
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Sandy Hook families suing Alex Jones say the InfoWars boss is hiding millions of dollars in suspicious transfers to shell companies owned by his family members in an attempt to avoid paying any judgment against him. https://t.co/uqbbh0DLEj
— Will Sommer (@willsommer) April 8, 2022