Conspiracy theorist Alex Jones has requested to meet with investigators about a January 6 rally, but only if he’s granted immunity.
The Infowars host, 48, has sent a letter to convey ‘his desire to speak to federal prosecutors’ about the January 6 rally at the Capitol, according to The New York Times.
Jones, a key player in the pro-Trump Stop the Steal Movement, has reportedly requested an immunity deal with the Justice Department in return for discussing his role.
His lawyer Norm Pattis has continuously said Jones didn’t commit any ‘criminal wrongdoings,’ only chanted 1776 slogans and helped lead the crowd in a march as the Capitol erupted in violence.
‘He distrusts the government,’ Pattis also said.
His request comes two weeks after Ali Alexander – organizer of Stop the Steal and a close confidant to Jones – was subpoenaed by a federal grand jury that is seeking information from rally planners, Congress members, and those close to Trump who had connections to events that lead…