Judge Barbara Bellis's decision also allows three other indictees to be removed, individuals who are "critical of Infowars business operations," according to a press release from Sandy Hook's families.
The decision comes on the heels. from Belis's decision that Jones should deliver internal financial, business and marketing documents related to InfoWars operations.
The lawsuit claims that Jones does not think shooting is a scam, but has repeatedly blamed Sandy Hook's families. to falsify the deaths of members of their families. There are also six companies named in the case, including various organizations linked to the Jones InfoWars website.
CNN reached Jones for a comment and did not hear back.
"Jones defenders are imagining complex and counterfeit paranoid conspiracy theories because they move the product and they make money," the complaint said. "Not because they really believe in what they say but because they increase profits."
"Jones is the main amplifier for a group that works together to create and distribute misunderstood, misleading stories about Sandy Hook's shooting, and
Jones denied the allegations, and the other parties mentioned in the petition did not respond, Earlier on CNN's request for comment
Mark Barden, whose son, Daniel, was one of the 20 first-graders who died in the 2012 shooting at Sandy Hook Primary School, responded to the decision
. " years ago, Alex Jones and his accomplices have made the unthinkable loss of our sweet less Daniel, and so many others in advertising dollars and call for funds.
Attorney Josh Koskow, who is one of the family lawyers, published this statement. "It's not surprising that Alex Jones will do everything in his power to avoid testifying under oath and to be forced to face his scandalous behavior. From the beginning, we say that Jones deliberately sold fake and malicious stories, to earn money from the tribulations, security, and security of Sandy Hook's families. "Today's rule makes us come closer to proving this."