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CNN Evening News for Monday, Apr 01, 2019
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(Studio: Anderson Cooper) The explanation from conspiracy theorist Alex Jones that a form of psychosis lead to his charges about the Sandy Hook school shooting & the consequent lawsuits from the Richmond & Posner families introduced.

(New York: Randi Kaye) The theory held by Jones that the shooting at the Sandy Hook elementary school never happened & was carried out by crisis actors that led to a lawsuit against him from 8 Newton, Connecticut, families reviewed; details given about how other conspiracy theorists have harassed Sandy Hook parents, including a woman who sent threatening mails to Leonard Posner. [In 2014, JONES - says the whole thing was fake, that there are photos of kids alive who supposedly died, that Anderson Cooper faked news coverage from the scene.] How Jones now believes children died noted.

(Studio: Anderson Cooper) Jones's view that the anchor was not there recalled.

Cooper, Anderson;
Kaye, Randi

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