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Alex Jones claims malware planted child porn on InfoWars servers

Alex Jones is now offering $1 million to catch attacker who behind the malware attack.

Alex Jones, the founder of InfoWars, and his lawyer Norm Pattis claimed on Friday that someone sent malware on InfoWars servers and which ended up planting child pornography content on the servers. To catch and convict the real culprit, Jones is offering a whopping $1 million.

Pattis claims that a private company responsible for screening the InfoWars’ metadata on behalf of the plaintiffs in connection to a Sandy Hook lawsuit identified an email embedded with child pornography. The metadata was handed over to the FBI that initiated an extensive inveåstigation by the federal agency.

The FBI discovered 12 more emails embedded with child porn content as attachments. The emails, Pattis stated, were “very hostile” and directed to Jones, but none of the attachments were opened or downloaded.

According to TheDailyBeast, Jones at the moment is being treated as a victim by the FBI. After the statement by Pattis, Jones stated that he will offer up to $100,000 in reward for arresting and convicting the person responsible for this attack. The amount was later increased to $1 million.

Jones, on the other hand, claimed that he was not interested at all in young kids and despite that he doesn’t have a lot of money, he will pay the reward by selling his house.

“I don’t have a lot of money, but I’ll sell my house…….I like women with big, giant tits and big asses. I don’t like kids like you goddamn rapists…In fact, you fucks are going to get it, you fucking child molesters. I’ll fucking get you in the end, you fucks!”

“You’re trying to set me up with child porn, I’m going to get your ass. One million dollars, one million dollars you little gang member. One million dollars to put your head on a pike. One million dollars, bitch. You’re not going to ever defeat Texas, you sacks of shit,” yelled Jones in his five-minute-long rant that included profanities and objectionable language.

Both Jones and Pattis have since maintained that someone deliberately laced the InfoWars servers with child porn content and left it in the email so that Jones would be blamed for possessing child porn. Jones suspects a “group of Democrats” to be involved in the incident, specifically, he believes former Asst. US Attorney for the District of Connecticut, Christopher Mattei, to be involved in the incident.

Jones believes that Mattei, who is currently representing the families of the victims of the year 2012 Sandy Hook mass shooting, could be the possible culprit since Jones has publicly expressed his belief that the whole massacre was a hoax.

It is worth noting that the victims’ families affected by the Sandy Hook incident filed a defamation lawsuit against Jones for churning out conspiracy theories about the unfortunate incident where six adults and 20 children were killed. It is alleged in the lawsuit that Jones made huge profits through spreading lies about the Sandy Hook incident.

Pattis also added that if the emails were opened by one of the employees at InfoWars or by Jones himself, would have led to five years in federal prison. But since no one opened any of the files therefore, none of those associated with InfoWars could be blamed for owning the content.

As per the policy by the Justice Department, the FBI couldn’t reveal much about the investigations.

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