Blood is dumber than water: Man hides guns for his columbiner son

Blood is dumber than water: Man hides guns for his columbiner son

Connor Chargois

19-year-old Connor Chargois of Saugerties, New York, was arrested back in February after his then high school caught some disturbing posts that Chargois made to social media. It turns out that Chargois is a columbiner. Again for the uninitiated, a columbiner is someone who admires school shooters and often wants to copy them. Chargois was no different as he posted the following on Instagram.

“I envy Eric (Harris) and Dylan (Klebold),” one post by Chargois said, according to police. “It must’ve been so f—ing fun. They had the right f—ing idea. I’m so full of rage. … Nothing f—ing matters anymore.”

“I feel as though I’m not the type of person you’d want to call your friend, but I firmly believe that you do want to call me your enemy. Just remember: when the sh-t hits the fan, there won’t be any time for mercy.”

The high school he was attending at the time caught wind of these posts and contacted local law enforcement. Police asked if there were any weapons in the household and Chargois’ father, Bruce Chargois, said there weren’t any. Actually, there was this many…

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These were all guns that Connor Chargois was building in the house. The elder Chargois took a number of these guns after the police’s initial contact and hid them at his place of business.

Both father and son have pleaded guilty to the various charges against them.

Now hear me out for a moment because I have this radical idea. If your son is posting on social media about how much he admires school shooters just maybe you shouldn’t let him build guns in the basement. Then again, due to the actions of the father, I would imagine that this is probably a family of ‘responsible’ gun owners.

I wonder what dad’s excuse would have been if sonny boy went on to kill a bunch of people.

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FBI seeks information on prolific social media predator

FBI seeks information on prolific social media predator

Nikko Adolfo Perez

The FBI is looking for more victims of Nikko Adolfo Perez of Atwater, California. Perez has been indicted on several counts of crimes relating to children and social media including receipt of child porn. The 26-year-old Perez is believed to have used a number of social media platforms including Omegle, Instagram, Snapchat, and Kik, among others to coerce children into sending him explicit pictures.

Two victims of Perez are already known and they are two boys from Utah ages 8 and 10. Perez allegedly befriended his victims using the screen name of ‘captainamerica272018’ He was also said to have offered his victims credit on the Google Play Store to send him the pictures and if that didn’t work he would threaten their families with violence. These are the usual tactics of many online predators. The FBI believes that Perez may have more victims and are asking for the public’s help in finding them.

Please contact the FBI by calling 1-800-CALL-FBI (1-800-225-5324) and selecting the option for the Nikko Adolfo Perez investigation. You may also contact your local FBI office, the nearest American Embassy or Consulate, or you can submit a tip online at tips.fbi.gov.

In order to protect your children from predators like this, you have to know that none of the apps and websites mentioned above are suitable for children. The terms of service of these platforms set the minimum age of usage at 13 and even that’s too young for some of these social apps in my opinion. 8 and 10 are way too young for any child to be on any of these apps unsupervised. If you’re letting your kids run free on these apps you may as well just look up the nearest sex offender on your local registry and drop your kids off at their house.

Craigslist ‘hitman’ who killed 19-year-old Colorado girl enters into plea agreement

Craigslist 'hitman' who killed 19-year-old Colorado girl enters into plea agreement

Joseph Michael Lopez

To briefly recap the murder of 19-year-old Natalie Bollinger from  Broomfield, Colorado, reportedly, the despondent Bollinger took out an ad on craigslist last year asking someone to kill her. Friends say that Natalie Bollinger had mental health issues and was suicidal along with having a drug habit.

That does not excuse 22-year-old Joseph Michael Lopez from what he did. Lopez responded to the ad and had no problem shooting Natalie in the head with a gun that she supposedly provided. Further evidence that people who troll craigslist for such ads are a bizarre breed.

Unfortunately, last month prosecutors offered Lopez a plea deal that would spare him a sentence of life without parole.  This went against the wishes of Natalie’s family, however, I speculated that the plea deal was offered because the unusual nature of Natalie’s murder may have caused a jury to have had some reasonable doubt about a conviction.

Earlier this month, Lopez entered into the plea deal, pleading guilty to second-degree murder. He was then subsequently sentenced to 48-years behind bars. Again, in a perfect world, Lopez should have been sentenced to death for indifferently fulfilling the wishes of a mentally ill and vulnerable woman, His behavior was nothing short of sociopathic and if justice were to be truly served then Lopez would never enjoy a breath of outside air ever again.

Illinois craigslist killer resentenced

Illinois craigslist killer resentenced

Timothy Smith

In 2011, Timothy Smith of Woodstock, Illinois,  shot and killed 48-year-old Kurt Milliman. Smith was prostituting his wife on craigslist out of their home and Milliman allegedly got to rough with Smith’s wife. Smith jumped out of hiding and shot Milliman. The couple tried concocting a home invasion story to try to hide their activity. However, investigators saw through the ruse and Smith was convicted of murder in 2013 and sentenced to 50 years behind bars.

In 2015, Smith was granted a new trial on the grounds that the judge at his trial did not allow an involuntary manslaughter charge to be considered by the jury.  It was to no avail, however, as late last month, Smith was once again sentenced to 50 years behind bars for a conviction of first-degree murder. Smith has to serve his entire sentence without the possibility of parole.

Butler High shooter indicted on lesser charge

Butler High shooter indicted on lesser charge

Jatwan Cuffie

My apologies as this story is actually close to a month old.

Anyway, last month, 16-year-old Jatwan Cuffie was indicted for the shooting at Butler High School that left 16-year-old Bobby McKeithen dead. However, Cuffie was indicted for the lesser charge of second-degree murder. This could result in a sentence of 12 to 25 years behind bars. Cuffie has been charged as an adult.

While I do feel that Cuffie should spend the rest of his life in prison, I actually agree with the second-degree murder charge. While there had been friction between Cuffie and friends of Bobby McKeithen, I don’t believe that this was a premeditated murder but more of a heat of the moment crime. If you’ll recall, Cuffie took the gun to school after losing a fight to Bobby McKeithen’s friends the night before. McKeithen was only a witness to the fight. So Jatwan Cuffie may have had a target in mind but I doubt that target was Bobby McKeithen and only shot him after a fight broke out between the two.

But this is no consolation to the friends and family of Bobby McKeithen. They will no longer get to see or enjoy the company of Bobby. In a perfect world, Cuffie would go away forever, unfortunately,  the law says otherwise.

Would be school shooter identified, may have been ‘teased’ about hair

Would be school shooter identified, may have been 'teased' about hair

The window that was shot out at Dennis Intermediate School.

The 14-year-old who took his own life after exchanging gunfire with police at Dennis Intermediate School in Richmond, Indiana, has been identified as Brandon Clegg. Clegg had attended Dennis Intermediate but transferred to a different intermediate school. One of his former classmates said that Clegg wasn’t bullied but was teased about his hair.

So, if we were to take information at face value so far, Clegg allegedly stole his father’s guns, held his father hostage and made him drive Clegg to the school where Clegg was bent on killing people at a school he used to attend where people may have teased him about his hair.  Then, since his mom tipped off police, he took his own life when confronted by police because he was supposedly teased about his hair at a school he used to attend.  That’s the most Rube Goldberg-like way top rationalize committing mass murder. As I’ve said multiple times before, we’re raising generation after generation of emotional marshmallows whose only reaction to any kind of adversity is to reach for the coward’s weapon.

Speaking of which, I have yet to hear how Clegg was able to easily obtain his father’s firearms. I’m guessing that Clegg probably didn’t have to be a master locksmith to get the guns.

Bomb threat called into Sandy Hook on anniversary of shooting

Bomb threat called into Sandy Hook on anniversary of shooting

Yesterday was the sixth anniversary of the shooting at Sandy Hook Elementary School in Newtown, Connecticut. Normally, I don’t mention these anniversaries in passing anymore because I feel like these communities that have been affected by such tragedies don’t need any more attention on them as they try to cope with the catastrophic events that have taken place. Of course, some assclown had to ruin any kind of solace the people of Newtown were trying to find yesterday.

Much like the bomb threat that was called into Columbine High this past Thursday,  some jackwagon called in a bomb threat to the rebuilt Sandy Hook Elementary School on the worst day possible.  The original Sandy Hook was torn down after the tragedy and a new school was built in its place.

However, I don’t think the bomb threat to Sandy Hook was called in by some school shooting fanboy like I believe the one to Columbine was. In this instance, I think it was called in by someone much worse, a Sandy Hook truther.

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These tin foil hat wearing nutbags are under the ridiculous notion that the Sandy Hook school shooting never took place and was a false flag implemented by the Obama administration to try to take guns away from ‘responsible’ gun owners. Never mind the fact that gun sales always increase after one of these ‘false flags’. The truthers have even gone so far as to harass the families of Sandy Hook victims claiming that the children who were murdered in cold blood by Adam Lanza never existed.  One truther even  told the father of a boy who was killed at Sandy Hook “Fuck your fake family, you piece of shit.”

These are the same idiots who espouse ‘red pill’ politics about a Deep State conspiracy theory that the Democratic Party is running some kind of child sex trafficking ring which resulted in the infamous Pizzagate shooting. These are the most criminally insane and inadequately educated people out there and they’re heavily armed. It’s no wonder they oppose more rigorous background checks when it comes to owning firearms.

This country is not-so-slowly losing ground to conspiracy-laden idiots like this and before we know it more and more whack jobs like these could be holding positions of power. Oh wait, one tangerine nightmare already does.

Yeah, we’re pretty much boned with no cigarette afterward.

Townville Elementary gunman pleads guilty to school shooting and murder of father

Townville Elementary gunman pleads guilty to school shooting and murder of father

To be honest I haven’t been paying too much attention to what’s been going on with the Townville Elementary school shooting lately. For those of you who may not remember, back in September of 2016, 14-year-old Jesse Osborne shot and killed his father, 47-year-old Jeffrey Dewitt Osborne, before taking his father’s truck and driving it to the school.

Osborne opened fire on the school and struck three students before his gun jammed. Tragically, 6-year-old Jacob Hall died from his injuries days after the shooting. The last bit of news I heard about the shooting before this post was back in April of this year when it was announced that Osborne was being charged as an adult.

Fast forward to yesterday when it was made public that the now 16-year-old Osborne has pleaded guilty to two counts of murder and three counts of attempted murder. Since he’s been charged as an adult, Osborne is facing a potential maximum sentence of two life sentences without the possibility of parole, plus 90 years. Prosecutors have no intentions of cutting him any deals either.  Tenth Circuit Solicitor David Wagner said the following…

“The State will not be entering into any plea deals with Jesse Osborne. I am seeking the maximum sentence in this case, life without parole, which is the appropriate sentence for the murder of six-year-old Jacob Hall, and the attempted murders of his classmates and teachers.”

For all of those who may be sympathetic towards Osborne and say that the sentence is too tough, save your sympathy for Jacob Hall who didn’t even know his attacker and spent his last remaining days in a hospital bleeding to death.

Osborne is expected to sentenced sometime in Spring or Summer of 2019.

Bomb threat locks down Columbine among other schools

Bomb threat locks down Columbine among other schools

I feel sorry for the students of Columbine High School and the families that send them there. While the community has a defiant spirit to not let the tragedy that occurred there define them,  some idiot inevitably pulls a stunt that reminds them.

Early yesterday, someone called in a threat to Columbine High claiming that multiple bombs had been planted in the school and that they were waiting outside the school with a gun.  This resulted in not only Columbine being locked down but over 20 other schools in the district as well. A rather large police response resulted which found no bombs in the school or any suspect with a gun.

Sadly, this is the new normal as the Jefferson County Sheriffs have admitted…

“Unfortunately, we receive many threats like this to Columbine and we respond to each threat appropriately, which is what we’re doing now,” Jefferson County sheriff’s spokesman Mike Taplin said.

So far I haven’t seen any report of an arrest being made but if I had to hazard a guess I’d say some edgelord cretin from Tumblr, who probably wasn’t even born when Columbine happened, just became a columbiner and thought they would be a badass by calling in a threat to the school where it all started. This probably done between rounds of Fortnite and posting dank memes, as the kids say.

I can’t wait for the arrest to happen so I can hear this pathetic loser cry to his mommy that it was just a joke. I also hope it was done from out of state which will make it a federal crime. Keep that in mind the next time one of you pizza cutters tries something like this.  Why did I call them pizza cutters?

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All edge and no point.

Suspect dead after attempted Indiana school shooting

Suspect dead after attempted Indiana school shooting

Early yesterday, in Richmond, Indiana, an unnamed 14-year-old suspect took his own life after his alleged plans to commit a school shooting were foiled. Law enforcement received a tip that the gunman was planning an attack on Dennis Intermediate School.

The gunman reportedly found the school locked and shot out the window to the door in order to gain access to the school. Instead of finding victims he was met by Richmond Police, the Wayne County Sheriff’s Office, and the Indiana State Police. After a brief exchange of gunfire between the suspect and police, the suspect was said to have taken his own life. Reports state that the gunman’s home has been searched but no details of the search have been officially released. So far no motive has been given or how the 14-year-old had access to firearms. No other injuries were reported.

News station Fox 59 is reporting that they’ve spoken to the father of the suspect and two familiar themes have emerged.

“He said, ‘No I’m actually his father’ and he was telling me how his son had been bullied and they took him out of school and they thought he was doing well. But he thinks he’s been planning this for a while,” said Lewis. “He just said his son took all of his guns this morning and told him he didn’t take him, wherever, he said if he didn’t take him he was going to kill him too.

In case you can’t guess the recurring themes, we have the instant excuse of bullying and that the guns in the home didn’t seem to be stored responsibly.  However, reports are early, and in cases like this, are subject to change. More often than not, claims of bullying by school shooters often turn out to be false due to their overinflated senses of entitlement.

The Chicago Tribune is reporting that the suspect was not a student of the school. They also quoted the Mayor of Richmond, Dave Snow, who had this to say…

But he called the shooting “yet another example of gun irresponsibility, poor mental health awareness and access” that too often leads to youths committing school shootings.

“This is only going to continue until concrete action is taken so that guns do not fall into the hands of our kids,” Snow said. “The irresponsibility that leads to a child walking into a school with a gun is unacceptable.”

It’s refreshing to see a politician who is actually knowledgeable about situations like this.

WHIO says that federal agents seized computers and gun boxes from the suspect’s home.

And again we have the prerequisite “It can’t happen here” quote from ABC News…

“You wouldn’t think [in] a small town like Richmond this would happen,” one grandmother who raced to the scene told WRTV. “I don’t know what’s wrong with this new generation.”

Again, if you look at the history of the worst school shootings in America they happened in smaller towns like Littleton, Colorado, Newtown, Connecticut, and Parkland, Florida. Additionally, in my opinion, it’s not just this generation that’s completely to blame but the generation that raised them as well since the older generation seemed more concerned with being cool parents rather than being real parents. Add to that that many of those parents think getting proper mental healthcare for their kids is some kind of weakness not just for their kids but the parent as well.

I’ll try to post more updates as they become available and time allows.

However, before I go, please allow me to ask you a question. How many of you had not heard of this particular shooting until you saw this blog post? Please leave your answer in the comments.

UPDATE: WTHR is reporting that witnesses claimed the shooter forced a male relative to drive him to the school while the shooter’s mother was the one who tipped off police about the potential attack. This coincides with the above quote from Fox 59 where a man claiming to be the shooter’s father said the shooter had threatened him at gunpoint.

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