Six families related to victims of 2012's Sandy Hook school shooting will be able to access conspiracy website Infowars' internal financial documents, a judge ruled Friday. The families sued Infowars founder Alex Jones for perpetuating a hoax that claimed the Newtown, Connecticut, shooting didn't happen, resulting in harassment and death threats from his followers. The Connecticut judge granted discovery requests to the families, including marketing documents, and will hold a hearing next week to decide whether the plaintiffs can depose Jones. Plaintiffs in the suit include the parents of five children and the family members of a teacher and school principal, all among the 26 killed in the shooting at Sandy Hook Elementary School.

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