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Judson and Murray

Judson and Murray

Two jailed in Alamo Heights High threats:

I can always tell when the new school year is about to start even though I don’t have school age kids anymore. I can usually tell because some mutant inevitably gets arrested for plotting or threatening a school shooting. This year is no different.

This year’s contestants are Marshall Judson, 18, and Matthew Murray, 17, both of Alamo Height High School in San Antonio, Texas. It seems the criminal geniuses were tripped up when someone else spotted their Facebook posts comparing themselves to the Columbine cowards Harris and Klebold.

The initial post, which police say was made by Murray, was a graphic photo of the Columbine suspects lying in a pool of blood with the caption, “BEST FRIENDS TILL THE END!!”

Police said Judson responded, “TOTALLY WANNA HANG OUT ON THE FIRST DAY OF SCHOOL XD.”

In a Facebook exchange littered with typos, one said he thought he could get a car and another said, “lol can I borrow a shotgun I making the ipebombs,” police said.

They also discussed making different types of shotguns, police said, then Murray stated, “so wanna be Dylan klebold” and Judson responded, “lol yes matt,” and then, “I wanna b eric harris I acvt like himxD.”

No weapons were in their possessions and they’ve both been charged with making terroristic threats.

As usual no word on where the parents were in this case. Also no word on motive other than they’re mutants.

One thought on “Texas mutants signify the start of school year with arrest

  1. Normally, I’m proud as heck to be a Texan. After being in the USAF, and stationed a couple of places in different states, I sure was glad to get home where people are generally friendly and helpful. Geez, I guess mutants occur with regularity almost everywhere.

    Please sign the petition going around to pass a US law to stop horrifically butchering horses for sale as meat in other countries. Horses made this country.

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