Conspiracy theories and free speech Aug. 30, 2018

from Best of Today· ·

A US court will hear a defamation case today against right-wing radio host, Alex Jones, who has repeatedly tweeted that the Sandy Hook massacre was a "giant hoax." We hear from Neil Heslin, whose son Jesse was murdered at Sandy Hook, and Adam Sharp, former head of news at Twitter. (Image: silhouettes and Twitter logo, credit: Reuters)



A US court will hear a defamation case today against right-wing radio host, Alex Jones, who has repeatedly tweeted that the Sandy Hook massacre was a "giant hoax." We hear from Neil Heslin, whose son Jesse was murdered at Sandy Hook, and Adam Sharp, former head of news at Twitter. (Image: silhouettes and Twitter logo, credit: Reuters)