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‘Your daughter never existed’: Conspiracy theorists arrested for harassing victims at scene of church massacre

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People gather to enter a memorial in the Sutherland Springs First Baptist Church where a memorial has been set up to remember those killed there, in a mass shooting in Sutherland Springs, Texas, U.S. November 15, 2017. REUTERS/Jon Herskovitz

Two conspiracy theorist were charged on Monday after being accused of harassing victims of a church massacre in Texas.

The San Antonio Express first reported that the Wilson County sheriff’s deputies took 54-year-old Robert Ussery and 56-year-old Jodi Mann into custody after they showed up at the scene of the First Baptist Church shooting in Sutherland Springs, Texas.

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Pastor Frank Pomero, whose 14-year-old daughter was killed in the shooting, said that the pair yelled at him as he drove up to the church.

The two conspiracy theorist believe that the government conspired with members of the church to fake the Nov. 5 shooting that killed 26 people.

Ussery “continually yelled and screamed and hollered and told me he was gonna hang me from a tree, and pee on me while I’m hanging,” Pomero recalled.

“He said, ‘Your daughter never even existed. Show me her birth certificate. Show me anything to say she was here,’” the pastor explained. “I just told him there was enough evidence already visible, so if he chooses not to see that, how would I know he would believe anything else?”

Read the entire report at The San Antonio Express

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