Manchester United fans are DIVIDED over Sir Alex Ferguson's return
Fans took to Twitter to make their opinions known, and there is a rift between supporters with many claiming it is a positive step, whilst several believe it is time for the club to move on.United fans took to Twitter to make their opinions known following the news, and there seems to be a clear rift between supporters with many claiming it is a positive step, whilst several believe it is time for the club to move on from the Scot.
© Win McNamee / Getty Images North America / AFP These sentences are only the first in a series of procedures brought by relatives of the victims.
The American conspirator Alex Jones is prosecuted by several families of victims of the massacre that occurred at the Sandy Hook school in 2012. They demand damages from man, who denied the reality of this mass killing. He was ordered to pay $ 45 million to parents of a victim on Friday August 5, after being sentenced the day before to pay more than $ 4 million to another bereaved family.
The famous far -right conspirator Alex Jones was sentenced on Friday August 5 in Texas to pay a fine of $ 45.2 million to the parents of a boy killed in the worst killing never occurred in an American school, of which he had denied reality.
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The day before, the founder of the Infowars site had already been ordered to pay more than four million dollars in damages to Scarlett Lewis and Neil Heslin, whose six -year son was died in the massacre that occurred at the Sandy Hook school in 2012 .
A young man armed with a semi-automatic rifle had killed 20 children and six adults in this Connecticut establishment, arousing dread in the United States and relaunching the debate on measures to regulate sales of firearms.
Figure of the extreme right and the theory of conspiracy
Alex Jones, known figure in the far right and follower of conspiracy theories, had, against all evidence, affirmed on its site that the massacre was only a On the scene piloted by opponents of firearms.
earlier Friday, Wesley Ball, lawyer for the parents of the deceased young boy, launched the jury: "You have the capacity to send a message to the whole country, even to the world (...). And it consists in arresting Alex Jones. Stop the monetization of disinformation and lies ”.
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A day after far-right conspiracy-monger Alex Jones was scolded by a judge for chewing gum in the courtroom, opposing lawyers dropped a bombshell revelation they said proved the embattled InfoWars host has been lying on the stand. Jones testified on Wednesday for the second time in attempting to fend off one of many defamation lawsuits brought by families affected by the Sandy Hook massacre. They are seeking at least $150 million from Jones and his bankrupt media company, Free Speech Systems.
M. Ball asked them from "to make sure that he could no longer start again" .
These sorrows are only the first in a series of procedures brought by relatives of the victims.
Several families had sued him to obtain compensations.
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, he had finally admitted publicly the reality of the killing, while refusing to cooperate with the courts.
of the Judges of Texas and Connecticut had therefore condemned it by default to pay damages to the complainants, while leaving it to jurors to fix their amount.
Other financial sanctions should follow soon and could deprive Alex Jones of his platform.
The killings - recurrent in the United States - are often the subject of conspiracy theories questioning the reality of the facts, which sometimes cause the harassment of relatives of victims, accused of lying.
SIR CLIVE WOODWARD: Eddie Jones's private school comments are nonsense .
SIR CLIVE WOODWARD: At a time when the game must work together to solve incredibly important issues, to hear such a divisive stance from the England coach is astonishing. If Jones’s comments were solely concerned with growing the game and finding ways to take rugby to new schools and unearth new talent, you would support him.But that is not what he is saying. More than ever, sport is an important vehicle in promoting equality and diversity. You cannot achieve that by dismissing an entire group — it is not possible.As a coach, you do not care one bit about where your players went to school. You pick them on merit.