Incel, not named Wile E. Coyote, wanted to kill ‘hot cheerleaders’, accidentally blows himself up

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The warm weather will as we have seen with recent protests, also encourage antisocial types on the margins to act out their issues trying to foment lawnmower revolts or disruptions of lawn order.

A Virginia man inspired by notorious “incel” mass shooter Elliott Rodger fantasized about blowing up a shopping mall and killing “hot cheerleaders,” according to an FBI affidavit.

On June 2, Cole Carini of Richlands, Virginia, showed up at the Clinch Valley Medical Center with a missing hand. Several fingers on Carini’s other hand were also gone, and he had shrapnel wounds to the neck and throat. A local sheriff’s deputy arrived to interview Carini, who claimed his gruesome injuries were the result of a gardening accident.

But something didn’t add up. Police, who knew Carini, 23, had previously been convicted on explosives charges, got a search warrant for his home and called in the FBI.

When investigators got to the residence, they found a trail of blood leading from a red minivan parked in the driveway to the front door of the house, and up the stairs to a second-floor bedroom, according to the affidavit. After stepping over a “flesh colored substance that…looked like a piece of human skin,” cops found a plastic bottle filled with triacetone triperoxide, or TATP, a “substance used in the creation of improvised explosive devices,” inside a footlocker.

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3 Comments on "Incel, not named Wile E. Coyote, wanted to kill ‘hot cheerleaders’, accidentally blows himself up"

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moosetracks
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moosetracks

poetic justice is served

Allan
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Allan

I’ve never heard of this TATP chemical, I also think it is irresponsible to publish the name or its intended use as an explosive.

Hölle U.
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Hölle U.

Too bad the blast didn’t kill him.