OA823: Alex Jones Can’t Duck the Connecticut Sandy Hook Plaintiffs (& We’re Cheeseless!)

Liz and Andrew cover two main stories: (1) the plea bargain agreed to by Ken Cheseboro in Fulton County, Georgia, and (2) the ruling out of bankruptcy court that certain debts are “non-dischargeable in bankruptcy.” What does that mean? Listen and find out!

In the Patreon bonus, Andrew and Liz deep dive into the specific jury instructions and more to figure out why the results were different for similar plaintiffs in Texas.

Heslin v. Jones, Docket via Court Listener


Wheeler v. Jones, Docket via Court Listener


11 U.S. Code § 523 – Exceptions to discharge


The Federalist, “Sidney Powell’s Plea Proves Fulton County Prosecutor Went Nuclear To Get Trump”


Justice Engoron Gag Order 


US v. Trump SDFL Docket via Court Listener


US v. Trump DDC Docket via Court Listener


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