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Not Info Wars, the one that airs on over one hundred radio stations every weekday and streams on You Tube to two million subscribers—the one in which Jones has four unfettered hours to explain to his audience why, exactly, “there is a war on” for their minds.
This version, rather, played out inside of the Honorable Orlinda Naranjo’s 419th District Court.
Judge Naranjo, who had never seen Info Wars before the case landed in her courtroom, twice cautioned Jones that there would be “no bodily comments” during Newman’s opening statement.
Spectators poured into the Travis County courtroom’s movie theater-style seats—reporters, fans, the curious.
A retired attorney who moved to Texas weeks earlier found out about the trial from a buddy who told him, “You don’t want to miss this.” A young woman spent her entire week in court just to watch. ” someone asked her in the hallway during a recess. Jones, who built his platform by promoting a conspiracy-minded version of right-wing news and punditry, was facing off against his ex-wife, Kelly, for custody of the couple’s three children.
And that Jones, which Newman was steadily trying to draw out, was the Alex Jones show that we were all there to see.
Wilhite’s argument before the trial caught the attention of the world. British author and journalist Jon Ronson hopped a late-night flight on Tuesday to be in Judge Naranjo’s courtroom in Austin by Wednesday morning.
Friends listened to Info Wars and found themselves doubting the official September 11 story. ”) Jones was a face in Austin, even as he moved off of cable access and on to syndicated radio.