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Official Statement
Asset Protection Services of America

On or about Monday, August 6, 2018, AdRoll, Apple, Audioboom, Criteo, Disqus, Facebook, Google Podcast, iHeartRadio, LinkedIn, MailChimp, PayPal, Pinterest, Spotify, Spreaker, Sprout Social, Stitcher, TuneIn, Twitter, Vimeo, YouTube and others, engaged in a coordinated criminal racketeering act wherein they openly and brazenly violated 1st Amendment freedom-of-speech rights duly protected under the United States Constitution and further engaged in tortious interference and ignored antitrust laws regulating monopolies by permanently removing and banning “Alex Jones” and his syndicated broadcast “InfoWars” from their respective platforms within 12 to 18 hours of one another.

This premeditated assault on the fundamental rights of all Americans was executed without due process, transparency, presentment of evidence, disclosure of one’s accusers, providing means of recourse or right to appeal. Regardless of your ideology and political beliefs, an attack on the constitutional rights of one individual is the constitutional attack on all individuals. Section 2 of the Sherman Act
“makes it illegal to acquire or maintain monopoly power through improper means” and the Supreme Court recently held that, “to foreclose access to social media altogether is to prevent the user from engaging in the legitimate exercise of First Amendment rights.”

US Supreme Court
Packingham v. North Carolina (2017)


Furthermore, “The dissemination of the individual's opinions on matters of public interest is for us, in the historic words of the Declaration of Independence, an 'unalienable right' that 'governments are instituted among men to secure.' History shows us that the Founders were not always convinced that unlimited discussion of public issues would be 'for the benefit of all of us' but that they firmly adhered to the proposition that the 'true liberty of the press' permitted 'every man to publish his opinion’.”

John Marshall Harlan II, Associate Justice of the US Supreme Court
(Curtis Publishing Company v. Butts, 1967)


Until such time as the liberties of "Alex Jones” and his syndicated broadcast “InfoWars” are restored to their full and uncensored status, void of ‘shadow banning’ and other stifling algorithms, Asset Protection Services of America shall
boycott any and all persons, organizations or platforms which continue to violate our God-given rights enumerated in the Constitution and long-standing Jurisprudence of the United States of America.

Please become informed in this matter, if you are not already, and contact your Congressman and Senator today. Voice your desire to have our government hold these companies liable for their actions and restore our rights.

– Jay Butler, Managing Director