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Here Are All The Online Hoaxes That Have Popped Up Since The Texas Mass Shooting

By Mark Pygas

On Sunday, a man opened fire at the First Baptist Church of Sutherland Springs, killing 26 and wounding dozens of others. Between 12 and 14 children of the small town were among those killed, according to Wilson County Sheriff Joe Tackitt. 

As per usual, there's been a great deal of misinformation since the shooting, with a Texas congressman even falling for one online hoax. Here are the ones you should be looking out for... 

1. The shooter is NOT named Sam Hyde.