Andrew Rossi’s new HBO documentary “After Truth,” premiering March 19, tackles disinformation and fake news, and is especially timely in the midst of the novel coronavirus.
He claims that he wasn’t even legally drunk.
An attorney best known for repping InfoWars got on the bad side of the legal team for the highest-profile student in the video controversy.
A Texas judge ordered Alex Jones and the Infowars website to pay more than $100,000 in a single day.
“We’ve got her name, and we’re going to release it,” the conspiracy theorist said of one potential juror—but in his rush to defend his ally he appears to have got the wrong person.
No one who is invited to the summit has actually been banned from social platforms.
Judge Barbara N. Bellis revealed the latest horrifying bit of drama in a court filing on Friday