The alleged secret location of Alex Jones’ Infowars studio is in an industrial park in southeast Austin, Texas.
Jones broadcasts his Likud-controlled counter-intelligence propaganda show from a unit(s) at 3019 Alvin Devane Boulevard with a misleading facade on the front door labelled “Oak Shipping” (this fake name and logo may have changed recently). The unit number is supposedly 300-350; however, Google maps shows the wrong location of the unit. The raid by Pete Santilli on the Infowars studio back in 2014 shows that the main unit is in the northern section of the complex (where I have put the Infowars logo in the Google map capture above).
The unit is surrounded by technology, technical, and finance companies, some or all of which may well be CIA front companies, as Jones’ operation is connected to the CIA itself (they like to keep their front companies together so they can protect each other). To the east of Jones’ unit is the State of Texas Division for Disability Determination Services and to the north is Republican Ken Paxton’s State of Texas Attorney General’s Office, which is Republican. Some of the names of the other complex occupants include U.S. government-linked and Israeli companies like: Negevetch Ltd.; Nano-Master; Universal Leasing and Trading, LP; Pinnacle Peak Holding Corp.; Metaphor Technology Farm; Open Roads Consulting, Inc.; Secular Growth Investments, LLC; and Ixrf Systems, Inc.
Jones still appears to be using the same series of shell companies, as previously reported on this blog, to obscure his operation and its personnel. The shells have likely been cleverly configured by his Bronfman-connected lawyer Elizabeth L. Morgan (formerly: Schurig). Incedentally, the Bronfmans became masters at tax avoidance, running their criminal enterprises through a complex series of companies, foundations, trusts, and others.
One of my readers has pointed out that Jones’ studio move to this Alvin Devane location was preceded by one of his “money bomb” campaigns, in which Jones manipulates his gullible supporters by pleading for money under the pretext that it is necessary in order to continue with his “operation”.