US judge allows cases against Alex Jones over Sandy Hook conspiracy theories to move forward despite bankruptcy filing

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The families of Sandy Hook victims will not be able to seek collection on almost $US1.5 billion ($2.24 billion) from Infowars host Alex Jones despite a bankruptcy judge ruling cases against him can move forward.

The families took Jones to court earlier this year over his conspiracy theories about the 2012 school massacre.

Federal Bankruptcy Judge Christopher Lopez has now approved an order that attorneys for Jones, his media company and the Sandy Hook families all agreed to.

The order, approved during an hour-and-a-half-long hearing that Jones attended remotely, lifted a stay that automatically halted the families’ cases when Jones filed for bankruptcy.

Free Speech Systems, Jones’s media company, has also sought bankruptcy protection.

However the ruling will not allow families to collect on the money Jones has been ordered to pay them.

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