When Alex Jones’ business entities filed for bankruptcy just days before a trial was set to award libel damages, a Justice Department overseer and a group of Sandy Hook families questioned the timing and legitimacy of the 11 a.m. action that suspended everything.
What may have surprised some observers on Friday, however, was the number of questions and concerns that federal bankruptcy judge Christopher Lopez expressed about Jones’ filings after the judge determined that for the time being, he would do not act to sanction the bankruptcy process.
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