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Jan. 6 panel asks for Alex Jones' texts

Infowars host Alex Jones at the Texas State Capital building on April 18, 2020 in Austin. (Photo by Sergio Flores/Getty Images) AUSTIN, Texas - An attorney representing two parents who sued conspiracy theorist Alex Jones over his false claims about the Sandy Hook massacre said Thursday that the U.S.

House Jan. 6 committee has requested two years' worth of records from Jones' phone.Attorney Mark Bankston said in court that the committee investigating the attack on the U.S.

Capitol has requested the digital records.The House committee did not immediately return a request for comment.A day earlier, Bankston revealed in court that Jones' attorney had mistakenly sent Bankston the last two years’ worth of texts from Jones’ cellphone.Jones' attorney Andino Reynal sought a mistrial over the mistaken transfer of records and said they should have been returned and any copies destroyed.He accused the Bankston of trying to perform "for a national audience." Reynal said the material included a review copy of text messages over six months from late 2019 into the first quarter of 2020.Get breaking news alerts in the free FOX5NY News app!  |  Sign up for FOX 5 email newslettersAttorneys for the Sandy Hook parents said they followed Texas' civil rules of evidence and that Jones’ attorneys missed their chance to properly request the return of the records."Mr Reynal is using a fig leaf (to cover) for his own malpractice," Bankston said.Bankston said the records mistakenly sent to him included some medical records of plaintiffs in other lawsuits against Jones."Mr. Jones and his intimate messages with Roger Stone are not protected," Bankston said, referring to former President Donald Trump's longtime ally.Rolling Stone, quoting unnamed

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