Alex Jones attacks Seth Rich’s mother: “Fox News didn’t shoot your son”
The Rich family has filed a lawsuit against Fox News for emotional distress after it repeatedly pushed conspiracy theories about Seth Rich’s murder
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From the March 14 edition of Genesis Communications Network’s The Alex Jones Show:
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ALEX JONES (HOST): Seth Rich’s parents sue Fox News for investigating his death. I’m not kidding. I talked to lawyers about that this morning. They said it’s just completely -- the mother, poor lady, says, “Oh, after he died, I’m stressed out and can’t work and after media coverage.” OK, but Fox News didn’t shoot your son. And I’m sorry he’s dead. But, talking to lawyers in D.C., and others, they said they always catch these random shootings or muggings, except this time. And nothing was taken.
And you’ve got Debbie Wasserman Schultz, the head of the Democratic Party, threatening the police about other laptops that got left showing Pakistani infiltration. And you’ve got the former head of the NSA who's examined the files of the WikiLeaks information and it was downloaded at point-blank range. It wasn’t transferred over the internet. So it’s totally normal to question. But they say, oh no, it’s a conspiracy theory. The Democratic Party came in and they had one of their top crisis operatives -- not crisis actor -- crisis managers of the Democratic Party come into the family the week after, take control of the whole thing, and now you question Seth Rich, you get sued. I mean that’s what's happening to us.