jonathantiloveVerified account @JTiloveTX 8h8 hours ago
During confab at bench on AJ's smirking, it got hot b/t Minton & Hoffman; Judge Naranjo said "stop it, stop it." But smoke alarm hot? Nah.
jonathantiloveVerified account @JTiloveTX 7h7 hours ago
While we wait for the trial to resume, a question. Do Americans in court have a right to smirk? If no, could Article V Convention add it in.
Roque PlanasVerified account @RoqPlanas 7h7 hours ago
Lawyers in Alex Jones custody trial back at the bench conferring with the judge. Waiting to see if the gag order issue gets raised.
Early reports from the Beast:
http://www.thedailybeast.com/articles/2 ... fense.html
One Quote from that article:
And from Buzzfeed:It seemed a remarkably tame performance by Alex Jones standards, although he appeared at times to be struggling. Jones seemed incapable of answering questions directly and would repeatedly shake his head and squint at the ceiling in dismay at the objections of his ex-wife’s attorney Bobby Newman. Squeezed into his suit, he seemed to dominate the courtroom, largely due to his booming, gravelly voice that makes “breakfast” sound almost like a threat.
https://www.buzzfeed.com/charliewarzel/ ... .kkNJBJ9Mv
AUSTIN — Halfway through the second official day of his 10-day civil custody trial, Alex Jones reclined in his chair and mopped sweat from his brow while watching a shirtless, pantsless version of himself hawk male vitality supplements on a courtroom television screen. It was hardly the most outlandish moment of the afternoon.
Indeed, the first full day of Jones’ battle to retain custody of his three young children was filled with bizarre allegations — claims that Jones took his shirt off during a joint family counseling session and once blamed his inability to recall basic facts about his children during a pretrial deposition on having “had a big bowl of chili for lunch."