Sandy Hook guardians affirm about the 'damnation' Alex Jones caused for them through lies about the shooting

The guardians of a killed kid during the 2012 Sandy Hook shooting conveyed close to home declaration in a Texas court on Tuesday

The jury hearing the case will decide how much in harms Jones should pay the guardians, Neil Heslin and Scarlett Lewis

who won a default judgment against him recently.

A lawyer addressing Heslin and Lewis asked the jury last week to grant Heslin and Lewis $150 million.

Retaliating tears on occasion, Heslin let the jury know that Jones

through his conspiratorial media association Infowars, "discolored the honor and heritage" of his child.

Heslin said that he proved unable "even start to depict the last nine-and-a-half long periods of misery" he has gotten through in light of Jones.

"There must be areas of strength for a that will keep him from hawking this promulgation," Heslin said

adding that through his declaration he needed "to reestablish my believability, my standing, and Jesse's inheritance that he so much merits."