STRATFORD, CONN. -- A lawyer for a 32-year-old New York City man says his client was exercising his First Amendment rights when he confronted the sister of one of the 2012 Sandy Hook massacre victims, according to a report in the ctpost.
Matthew Mills was arrested after, police say, he disrupted a Stratford charity race held to honor slain teacher Victoria Soto, the report said.
According to the report, the self-professed “truther” confronted Jillian Soto at the 5K event, claiming that the Sandy Hook shootings never took place, and that Victoria Soto, who died protecting her first-grade students, never existed.
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