Judge denies bond for mass-shooting truther who attacked Texas pastor

Thanks in part to the conspiracy theories promoted by radio personalities like Alex Jones, there are people in America who actually believe that recent gun massacres are staged events cast with "crisis actors."


Some of those Americans go even further and hassle the survivors of the shootings.

On November 5th, 2017, 27 people were killed in a church in Sutherland Springs, Texas. Since then, 55-year-old Robert Ussery engaged in such actions as going around town offering $100,000 for proof of death. He attended a memorial and reiterated the sentiment, this time with a bullhorn.

Ussery was arrested March 5 after confronting First Baptist Church Pastor Frank Pomeroy, whose daughter died in the shooting.

After hearing the testimony of Texas Ranger Terry Snyder, a judge denied Ussery request for bond, reports the San Antonio Times.