Alex Jones Ex-Wife Gets Legal to Remove Defamatory, Privacy-Violating Video – This Should be Alex Jones’ 3rd and Final Strike
According to Alex Jones’ statements on previous broadcasts, which led to his national outcry of “censorship” and violations of free speech, this should force the removal of his Youtube channel.
March 20, 2018, Austin, TX – FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE – After weeks of waiting for YouTube to remove a defamatory video, replete with endangering privacy violations, Alex Jones’ ex-wife has successfully lobbied YouTube to take down a defamatory video offending privacy and policy.
The removal of this video comes on the tail end of a lengthy campaign led by Alex Jones and followed by his audience of millions, decrying censorship and begging for donations to “protect free speech.”
According to Alex Jones’ proclamation that he was just one strike away from losing his YouTube channel and per YouTube’s three-strike policy, the removal of this video should result in a permanent ban of the Alex Jones Channel from YouTube.
Says Kelly Jones, founder of CustodyWars.com, “Not only was the content of this video defamatory, but it was also endangering. The video contained the unlawful broadcast of court-sealed documents by Alex Jones. His attorneys, Randy and Allison Wilhite, participated in this court violation, which should result in jail time or fines.”
“The video put personally identifiable information of my minor children and me, which was reckless and endangering. I wish YouTube had acted sooner but am glad they have done what is right. I don’t understand why Alex’s channel and the other videos that are similarly defamatory and privacy-invasive have not yet been taken down.”
Kelly Jones is an outspoken Family Court Justice activist who won a jury trial to be primary parent in 2017. She is candid about Family Court corruption, pointing to Alex Jones’ vexatious litigation and the coordinated aggravated perjury of multiple experts that led to her unlawfully losing her children as an illustration of the fact that America desperately needs Family Court reform. Kelly Jones has a strong civil rights/free speech appeal on file with the First Texas Court of Appeals. She is suing Alex Jones for defamation and intentional infliction of emotional distress. Contact: firstname.lastname@example.org