SAN ANTONIO -

An anonymous person posted bond for a 19-year-old accused of making threats to shoot up a New Braunfels kindergarten class on Facebook.

Justin Carter had been jailed on a $500,000 bond since his arrest in February.

Carter's lawyer, Donald Flanary III, said the person who posted the bond said he was appalled by the high bond.

Flanary said he will file a motion to have the terroristic threat charge dismissed. He said Carter's arrest is a violation of his client's First Amendment right to free expression.

According to a criminal complaint filed by the New Braunfels Police Department, Justin Carter, 19, made the following comment on Facebook in February:

"I think I'ma SHOOT UP A KINDERGARTEN"

"AND EAT THE BEATING HEART OF ONE OF THEM""AND WATCH THE BLOOD OF THE INNOCENT RAIN DOWN"

Jack Carter, Justin Carter's father, has said his son's comment was not intended to be taken seriously, but that when a woman saw it, she reported it to police, leading to his arrest.