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(WATCH) Alex Jones Completely Loses It In Sandy Hook Deposition Video

Right-Wing conspiracy theorist Alex Jones was questioned for nearly three hours by a lawyer representing a Sandy Hook parent who accused Jones of perpetuating a sickeningly false hoax. Let’s just say that the interview needed a lot of do-overs.

Incredibly enough, Jones could not even remember the date in which the horrific shooting took place at SandyHook Elementary in 2012.

“Like I told you, most of this stuff I can’t even remember,” Jones says about the 2012 Sandy Hook shooting at one point.

Released earlier today, the deposition shows a visibly jilted Jones in the hot seat as he painfully tries to justify his reasoning for spending years outrageously claiming that the SandyHook gun massacre― which left 20 children and six adults dead ― was a hoax.

Jones is being sued by nine family members of loved ones who perished in the tragic shooting, including Scarlett Lewis, who is suing Jones for intentional infliction of emotional distress. Lewis is represented by Mark Bankston of the Texas law firm Farrar & Ball.

Curiously enough, Jones suddenly started believing the shooting indeed happened after being served with a slew of lawsuits. Yet Jones appears to cast doubt on the veracity of the shootings in his disastrous deposition, which can be viewed below.

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