Editorial: Alex Jones’ bankruptcy cannot aid his escaping accountability to Sandy Hook families

It’s been a busy few days for sentient scumbucket Alex Jones. Thursday, he hosted a certain rapper turned antisemitic ranter, squirming a little as his brother in hate praised Hitler and Nazis. Friday, Jones — who’s been morally bankrupt for decades — filed for Chapter 11 personal bankruptcy, a transparent attempt to make it harder for families he smeared to collect a substantial share of the $1.5 billion defamation judgment they won earlier this year.