27 year old Denver, Colorado man, Christopher Wayne Cleary threatens to kill as many women as possible on Facebook after complaining of never having a girlfriend.
A Denver, Colorado man has been arrested after threatening to kill as many women as possible. The threats follow the 27 year old vexing on social media of never having had a girlfriend.
‘All I wanted was a girlfriend, not 1000 … not a bunch of hoes … I’ve never had a girlfriend before and I’m still a virgin,’ Christopher Wayne Cleary posted on Facebook under the guise, Kris Cleary. ‘This is why I’m planning on shooting up a public place soon and being the next mass shooter.’
Added Cleary, ‘I’m ready to die and all the girls the turned me down is going to make it right by killing as many girls as I see.’
Cleary had also previously written a post that read: ‘Theres nothing more dangerous than man ready to die.’
The 27 year old’s arrest followed several women calling Denver police because they were concerned about the post according to the Denver Post.
Authorities were concerned because there were several women’s marches planned over the weekend in Provo, Utah, where Cleary was staying at an Airbnb.
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Come Saturday, members of the Utah County Major Crime Task Force and the FBI cuffed Cleary at a McDonald’s in Provo following threats of terrorism on social media.
Cleary admitted to a detective he wrote the Facebook post ‘but claimed to be upset and not thinking clearly when he did so.’ He said he deleted it after other people called and threatened him.
Along with terrorist threats, Cleary also allegedly made suicidal comments on Facebook.
“He talked about handcuffing himself to a tree in the middle of nowhere where no one could hear him scream as a means of killing himself, detectives revealed via the Post.
But it gets grimmer.
Of note, at the time of his arrest, Cleary was on probation for stalking and threats toward women.
Cleary’s post is similar to the online rantings of incels — short for involuntary celibates — a group that gained notoriety following the rampage of Elliot Rodger, who murdered six people and wounded 13 in a 2014 killing spree in Santa Barbara, California, that was fueled by a hatred of women for rejecting him romantically.
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