Father Says YouTube Is Fueling Conspiracy Theories On Daughter's Death
Conspiracy theorists cheered on his daughter's murder. Now Andy Parker says Google is profiting from this abuse, and he's prepared to sue.
Conspiracy theorists said he was a crisis actor. The murder of his daughter, journalist Alison Parker, was dismissed online. Now, he's taking on Google over YouTube videos that he alleges profited off his daughter's death.
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