Alex Jones Learns on Witness Stand that Lawyers Sent his Text Messages to Rival Attorney

August 5, 2022 in News by RBN Staff

source:  needtoknownews

Alex Jones’ attorney Federico Adino Reynal, Youtube

Alex Jones was informed that his own attorney accidentally sent two years of text messages from Alex’s cellphone to the lawyer suing him for $150 million on behalf of the parents of a Sandy Hook victim. Mark Bankston, the lawyer for the Sandy Hook parents, advised Jones, who was on the witness stand, that his attorneys sent the data to him and said that when Jones’ attorney was informed, he did not take any steps to identify it as privileged or protect it in any way! There is no word on any actions taken against Alex’s errant attorney, Federico Adino Reynal. Plaintiff’s attorney accused Alex of perjury, saying that there were text messages about Sandy Hook on his phone when Alex denied it in deposition. Additionally, it seems curious that Alex was the only witness called by his defense team. Jury has ordered Alex Jones to pay more than $4 million for calling the Sandy Hook massacre a hoax.Federico Andino Reynal filed a request for a mistrial and ask the judge to order Bankston to return the documents and destroy what they kept. Reynal appears to have committed malpractice. The January 6 committee now wants Alex’s text message data.

While being cross-examined at his defamation trial in Austin, Texas, on Wednesday, Alex Jones was informed that his attorneys accidentally sent two years of text messages from his cellphone to a lawyer for the Sandy Hook parents suing him — and then failed to note that the messages were protected under attorney-client privilege.

Mark Bankston, a lawyer for the plaintiffs, presented a text message about Sandy Hook that Bankston said came from Jones’s cellphone.

“Do you know where I got this?” Bankston asked Jones.

“No,” Jones replied.

Bankston explained: “Twelve days ago, your attorneys messed up and sent me an entire digital copy of your entire cellphone with every text message that you’ve sent for the past two years — and when informed, did not take any steps to identify it as privileged or protected.

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