So disgusting. New reports claim that a possible warning message from the shooter who shot and killed multiple students at an Oregon college, allegedly appeared on an internet message board the night before. One message stated, ‘Some of you guys are alright. Don’t go to school tomorrow if you are in the northwest.’
A horrific incident took place on Oct. 1 at Umpqua Community College in Roseburg, Oregon. A shooter, identified as Chris Harper Mercer, 26, opened fired on students, and reportedly killed 9 people. Now, a new report claims that the shooter may have revealed his plan the night before.
A new report claims several message boards may hold a clue to the shooter’s motive. Chris was first reportedly to be in custody, but authorities did confirm that he was dead. The shooter reportedly may have revealed his murderous plans on Sept. 30, the night before, in posts on the website called 4Chan, according to the NY Daily News. Screenshots taken from the site show that the possible he may have chatted with others about his plan to go on a shooting spree.
A post read, “Some of you guys are alright. Don’t go to school tomorrow if you are in the northwest,” one post reads. It continued to say, “happening thread will be posted tomorrow morning…so long space robots.” While another message is addressed to “fellow robots” and wishes readers “an enjoyable Elliot Rodger day,” which referenced the man who shot and killed six people near the Santa Barbara University campus on May 23, 2014. So awful.
It went on to read, “Personally I will mark this day’s celebration of our Hero’s deeds by announcing that I have an elaborate plan…Needless to say; it shall be glorious. The horrible kind of normies will pay for their misdeeds, and the world will be bettered.”
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“At about 10:38 am today, the 911 center received a report of a shooting at Umpqua Community College. Police units from multiple jurisdictions have responded. We have no further details at this time. There are no threats at this time,” Mary Ann Johnston, Records Clerk For The Douglas County Sheriffs Office, told HollywoodLife.com EXCLUSIVELY.
— Brittany King