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Alex Jones testifies at custody hearing
So far, at a recent pretrial hearing, Naranjo OK’d two videos to be played at trial and nixed two others. The two that she approved included one in which his son, then 12, appeared on “Infowars” as what amounted to Jones’ anointed heir. The second showed Jones taking a puff of marijuana on comedian Joe Rogan’s live podcast in California in February. David Minton, another os Jones’ lawyers, pointed out that the puff was legal in California and that Jones, like, Minton said, some members of the Texas Legislature, backs decriminalizing marijuana for adults.
Naranjo did not approve showing the jury a video clip of a confusing scene in which Jones and Stone, the longtime Trump confidant, interrupted live coverage of the 2016 Republican National Convention in Cleveland by a left-wing news show called The Young Turks. She also disallowed showing the jury an expletive-studded diatribe by Jones directed at U.S. Rep. Adam Schiff, the ranking Democrat on the House Intelligence Committee investigation of Trump’s Russia ties, in which, Schiff has suggested, Stone and Jones might be entangled.
originally posted by: SlapMonkey
a reply to: whatsecret
Way back in the day (20 years ago) I went through a very contentious divorce (my parents) and subsequent custody battle, to the point where I was being pulled on one arm by my mom and one by my day because they were bickering about my dad being 15 minutes early to pick me up.
My opinion--for the sake of his kids, we should quit opining on Alex Jones' fitness to have custody of his son. Divorces and custody battles are enough hell for a child to go through without the internet world throwing in their two cents about it.