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Alex Jones Fined $45m for Sandy Hook Claims & A Troubling Trend in Startup Layoffs

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Alex Jones Fined $45m for Sandy Hook Claims & A Troubling Trend in Startup Layoffs
By In Plain English • Issue #43 • View online
InfoWars’ Alex Jones, who claimed that the 2012 Sandy Hook shootings were a hoax, has been ordered to pay $45.2m in punitive damages to the parents of a 6-year-old boy killed in the shootings.
Plus: A troubling trend has been emerging with startups announcing layoffs after layoffs in quick succession.
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All this and more in this week’s edition of Last Week in Plain English.

Conspiracy Theorist Alex Jones Ordered to Pay $45m in Damages Over Sandy Hook Lies
A Troubling Startup Layoff Trend Has Emerged
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