A Bridgeport, Connecticut judge has signaled that Connecticut's tolerance for Sandy Hook Hoaxer harassment might finally be coming to an end.
As the Judge was considering whether to grant Connecticut's diversionary program, Jillian Soto tearfully pleaded: “Please don’t give him (diversion), he shouldn’t get it.” Jillian Soto tearfully pleaded as she stood before the judge. “He over and over again has harassed my family.”
Mill's attorney attempted to argue it was Mill's first amendment right (to harass the Sotos). The prosecution objected to diversion stating he had no rights to confront the Sotos.
The judge denied Matthew Mills request for diversion and the case is set for Jury Trial.
Hoaxers have often stated they wanted a jury so they can prove "Sandy Hook was fake" so here is their chance! Considering the propensity of the court, it seems likely Mills will be in jail if he is unable to convince the court that Sandy Hook was FEMA Drill.
Good luck with that!
Apparently the government is not as afraid of a "hoaxer jury trial" as Mills & Hoaxer Co. thought.