Photo: Alex Wong (Getty Images) The founder of InfoWars and a Blatter of conspiracy theorist Alex Jones was pronounced another legal setback on Friday. Jones is being sued by several family members of the victims of Sandy Hook's massacre in Newtown, CT. because the mass shooting was a joke. In one of these cases, six families of victims who were killed in Sandy Hook and the family of a former FBI agent Jones accuse him of benefiting from lies that he has constantly told on his radio and in online networks about the killings Jones must find , including internal financial and marketing documents, handed to the plaintiffs of the case. According to Hartford Courant: Among the documents to which the Judge Barbara Bellis has given access to families are business and marketing plans for Infowars, contracts between Infowars and organizations such as Facebook and Twitter, and all communications and / or documents, including letters, Memos, e-mails, text messages, instant messenger logs regarding Sandy Hook, crisis actor, shooter Adam Lanza, and mass shootings Veil is being retired once and for all as part of Jones' abusive tactics. Next week, the judge will decide whether lawyers representing the families can lay off Jones and his staff in the case: "We've stated from the beginning that Alex Jones and his financial network are traded in lies and hatred to benefit from the grief of the man Sandy Hook families. That's what we want to prove, and today's verdict brings our efforts forward, "family lawyer Christopher Mattei said in a statement. "We look forward to gaining access to Infowars' internal marketing and financial documents to show that Jones has built an empire as nothing more than a conspiracy profiteer, as stated in our complaint." The lawyers also found that families of victims "Physical confrontation and harassment, death threats and personal attacks on social media" due to alleged conspiracies by Jones and InfoWars, reported ABC News. Jones and his lawyer argue that his actions by the first change The families of additional Sandy Hook The victims sue Jones in various cases in Texas, and last August, a Texas judge ruled that these cases could continue after he had rejected Jones' petition for dismissal "Claims that Jones knew the allegations were wrong, but kept it up as this was good for his ratings, attracted advertisers, and he made money," reports the Courant. Over the last few months, InfoWars and Jones have been joined by various social media Media sites, including Twitter, Facebook and YouTube, are banned, its terrible However, programming has returned to some of these networks through splitter accounts and other users, The Daily Beast reported. Former Trump election adviser Roger Stone ruled in December on a slander suit filed by a Chinese businessman against him. As part of the settlement, Stone had to admit that he had lied about husband Guo Wengui in Jones's show.