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Yes, Alex Jones Has A Reward For Info About Child Porn Attack, But Media Got Details Wrong

Jones says the media misrepresented the story.

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Last week Infowars radio and TV host Alex Jones announced a reward for information leading to an arrest of the person or group responsible for bombarding his organization with emails containing malware and links to child pornography.

Jones originally offered a $1 million reward during a passionate rant on his Friday broadcast. After discussing the matter with his lawyer, Jones provided clarification and reduced the reward to $100,000 for information leading to an arrest of the individual or group sending his organization emails with child pornography, as was first revealed last week. On Monday, Jones elaborated further, explaining that the media misrepresented the situation by claiming child pornography was “planted” on his servers.

According to Jones, nefarious individuals our groups are repeatedly sending his organization emails containing malware and child pornography. The FBI has been notified and is investigating the matter, but Jones is hoping to speed up the process by offering the $1 million reward.

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However, Jones also lambasted the mainstream media for inaccurately reporting that child porn was “planted” on his servers. According to Jones, people are emailing child pornography to his employees, which could legally entrap them should they open the email. It is a criminal offense to knowingly view child pornography in the United States.

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His employees are not viewing said emails, and instead reporting them to the FBI.

Mainstream media seemed to suggest child pornography, in fact, made its way onto Jones’ servers somehow, and that Jones is now attempting to determine who is responsible.

Courant wrote:

The FBI has informed Alex Jones someone planted child pornography on the servers for his Infowars website and on Friday the controversial radio host offered a $1 million reward for any information leading to an arrest.

Federal authorities have been conducting a child pornography investigation for several weeks after they reviewed emailed threats made against Jones that contained links to child pornography websites, according to his attorney Norm Pattis.

In short, there are emails being sent to Jones and his organizations containing links to malware and child pornography. These emails are on his servers, but because none of his employees or Jones have clicked on the emails, there is no malware or child pornography actually on Jones’ servers. The media, intentionally or unintentionally, misrepresented this, likely in an attempt to make Jones and Infowars look like incompetents who cannot secure their internal servers.

However, they were completely correct that Jones is offering a $100,000 reward in exchange for information leading to the arrest of those responsible.

Update: Article was updated to reflect the amount of money Jones is offering.

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