At Sandy Hook memorial, ‘truther’ drives hero teacher’s sister to tears
A Brooklyn man who infamously interrupted a New Jersey Super Bowl press conference to urge an investigation to the events of Sept. 11, 2001 confronted the sister of a victim of the Sandy Hook Elementary School Saturday, claiming the shooting never happened.
CTPost.com reports that at a 5K run in memory of Sandy Hook victim Vicki Soto in Straford, Conn., Matthew Mills got in the face of Jillian Soto with a flyer claiming the shooting never took place and Vicki never existed.
Mills continued screaming at Jillian Soto as she cried and asked him to leave her alone, according to the report. When police arrived, he ran off before being captured, but was eventually arrested on charges of interfering with police and second-degree breach of peace, the site reports.
Authorities have said Vicki Soto was a hero who died protecting her first-graders during the shooting.
During a pre-Super Bowl press conference at MetLife stadium before the Super Bowl in 2014, Mills interrupted by ranting that 9/11 was a government conspiracy.