Alex Jones, Infowars

Infowars To Shut Down And Be Sold Following Bankruptcy Court Ruling

Alex Jones, Infowars
Alex Jones, Infowars

Alex Jones’s Infowars will be shut down and sold off, according to an emergency court filing by a bankruptcy court-appointed trustee.

This decision marks the end of the controversial outlet led by Alex Jones.

Earlier this month, a bankruptcy judge ruled that Jones’ personal assets would be liquidated to help cover the $1.5 billion he owes to families of Sandy Hook victims.

However, at that time, the judge decided against liquidating Jones’ media company, Free Speech Systems, the parent company of Infowars.

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The dismissal of the bankruptcy case for Infowars opened the door for the families to pursue Jones’ assets, including the media company, in state court.

As Jones owns Free Speech Systems, a court-appointed trustee was assigned to oversee the company. The trustee has now filed to shut down and sell Infowars, effectively ending the platform’s operations.

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