Cupid Escorts
Sexy Friends Toronto
  • Dear Guest,
    To be able see or reply in all our forum threads please register and become a member.

Grandmother turns in teen after finding mass shooting plot one day before Florida massacre

STU700

Senior Member
A woman prevented a potential tragedy this week when she reported her 18-year-old grandson to police after learning of his plot to carry out a mass shooting at his high school.

Everett police in Washington state arrested 18-year-old Joshua Alexander O'Connor at ACES High School on Tuesday, on suspicion of attempted murder. The arrest was made after O'Connor's grandmother called 911 and turned in a notebook where he had detailed plans to use homemade explosives and shoot students at his school.

"I need to make this count," O’Connor reportedly wrote in the journal. "I’ve been reviewing many mass shootings/bombings (and attempted bombings) I’m learning from past shooters/bombers mistakes."

O'Connor also reportedly noted that he wanted the death count to be high so he would be infamous. Court papers also detail that his discovered notebook included instructions about making pressure-cooker bombs and grenades.

"We are really grateful to the grandmother. It couldn’t have been easy for her to do," Mukilteo School District spokesman Andy Muntz said. "It speaks to the importance of the saying, 'if you hear something or see something, call authorities,' and that’s what she did. It's quite possible she saved many lives including her grandson's."

Grandmother turns in teen after finding mass shooting plot one day before Florida massacre - AOL News
 

Patron

Reviewer
It must have been hard for the lady. How difficult it is to make the proper call when it comes to this kind of matters?.
 

Prim0

Senior Member
As I posted in the other thread....one thing that can be done right now is to hide their identities. This kid "he wanted the death count to be high so he would be infamous" wanted to be famous.....don't give them that. It only encourages more.
 

Top