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Alex Jones' Pirate Flagship Radio Station Shut Down by FCC

Alex Jones' Pirate Flagship Radio Station Shut Down by FCC Liberty Radio, a pirate radio station in Austin, Texas, that served as the flagship outlet for Alex Jones, has been shut down. According to the Austin-American Statesman, the station's operators have also been fined $15,000, which they are refusing to pay. A lawsuit has been filed which alleges that Liberty Radio operated without a license since at least 2013. The FCC tracked the transmissions to a 50-foot tower atop an apartment complex owned by defendants Walter Olenick and M. Rae Nadler-Olenick. In addition to refusing the fine, the Olenicks deny the FCC's authority and threaten trespassing claims if they return. According to the outlet's website, Liberty Radio went off-air in December but continues to stream online. Alex Jones has been banned from most social media platforms to date, citing violations of hate speech.

Source: Inform News

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