Woman made death threats to Sandy Hook parents

Richards was indicted on four counts of transmitting threats in interstate commerce.

Sandy Hook Promise launched the "Know the Signs" campaign last week with a 2 1/2-minute video that highlights warning signs. The nonprofit was founded by family members affected by the Sandy Hook Elementary School shooting, when 20 first-graders and six educators were killed in Newtown, Connecticut on December 14, 2012. Lanza later fatally shot himself. Lucy Richards, 57, is one of the people who believes the shooting, which resulted in the deaths of 20 children and six school staffers, was actually a hoax. The parent now lives in South Florida was identified in a statement as Len Pozner. She also wrote, "Look behind you it's death", according to the documents. Over the last few years, "Sandy Hook Truthers", along with a plethora of fake news sites, have perpetuated the conspiracy theory, despite zero evidence.

"We are comforted to know that the system is working to protect the victims of violent crime from re-victimization by potentially violent hoaxers", Pozner said in a statement.

With an initial court date scheduled for December 19th in Fort Lauderdale, Richards faces up to five years in jail for each of the four counts if convicted.