Alex Jones Loses Custody Battle [VIDEO]

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Christian Datoc Senior White House Correspondent
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Texas State District Judge Orlinda Naranjo finally handed down a ruling in Alex Jones’ custody battle Thursday evening, and it’s bad news for the InfoWars host.

Radio host Alex Jones speaks at the "Occupy Bilderberg" rally in Virginia Thursday, May 31, 2011 (TheDC Video)

Radio host Alex Jones speaks at the “Occupy Bilderberg” rally in Virginia Thursday, May 31, 2011 (TheDC Video)

Kelly Jones, the ultra right talking head’s ex-wife, was awarded joint custody and the right to decide primary habitation arrangements for their 9, 12 and 14 year old children.

The children had previously lived with Jones at his Texas home, which also doubles as his InfoWars studio.

The bizarre case questioned the legitimacy of Jones’ on-air persona, and he reportedly stared down Judge Naranjo while receiving the verdict Thursday evening. (RELATED: It Turns Out Alex Jones Is Just Pretending)


Following the ruling, Kelly Jones told reporters she is “grateful to God that he has kept me and my family strong through this.”

“I just pray that from what’s happened with my family people can really understand what parental alienation syndrome is and get an awareness of it and we can stop this from happening in the future.”

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