Cockburn has witnessed a lot of legal screw-ups in his day (and has been apart of several himself!), but revelations in the Alex Jones defamation trial have taken it to a new level.

In a surprise twist while Alex Jones was on the stand, it was revealed that Jones's attorneys had accidentally sent the entire contents of the Infowars chief's phone to the Sandy Hook parents' attorney.

A startled Alex Jones seemed taken aback when emails he claimed didn't exist appeared on a screen in front of the court room, with the Sandy Hook attorney asking, "You...

Cockburn has witnessed a lot of legal screw-ups in his day (and has been apart of several himself!), but revelations in the Alex Jones defamation trial have taken it to a new level.

In a surprise twist while Alex Jones was on the stand, it was revealed that Jones’s attorneys had accidentally sent the entire contents of the Infowars chief’s phone to the Sandy Hook parents’ attorney.

A startled Alex Jones seemed taken aback when emails he claimed didn’t exist appeared on a screen in front of the court room, with the Sandy Hook attorney asking, “You know what perjury is?”

The contents of Jones’s phone revealed some startling new information, including that on some days, InfoWars was pulling in $800,000 per day. This is after Jones was booted from many social media platforms, including YouTube.

The trial is unfolding throughout the day and week and Cockburn plans to keep on the case.