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Crime Incel Wanted to ‘Slaughter’ Women, Researched Sororities for His Mass Shooting Plot: DOJ

02:56  22 july  2021
02:56  22 july  2021 Source:   lawandcrime.com

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‘ Incel ’ allegedly plotted mass slaughter of sorority girls, feds say. On Jan. 15, 2020, the women -hating creep “conducted surveillance” at an unnamed university in Ohio, the indictment states. That same day, he allegedly searched online for “how to plan a shooting crime” and “when does preparing for a crime become attempt?” Federal prosecutors say Genco identified as an “involuntary celibate” and was part of the sick online community of men who “seek to commit violence in support of their belief that women unjustly deny them sexual or romantic attention to which they believe they are

The incel movement is described as being an “online community,” which consists primarily of men who take their anger out on women because they feel “unjustly,” denied from having “sexual or romantic attention,” from women , according to the DOJ . He compared his “extremely empowering action,” to that of the self-described incel , Elliot Rodger, who had sprayed a college student with orange juice from a water fun prior to carrying out a mass shooting outside of a University of California sorority house in May 2014.

a person posing for the camera: Tres Genco in a prior booking photo. © Provided by Law & Crime Tres Genco in a prior booking photo.

Tres Genco in a prior booking photo.

A man allegedly plotted to commit a mass shooting on women and went as far as to conduct surveillance on a university. Tres Genco, 21, had the means to do it, with guns and ammunition at his Ohio home, said the U.S. Department of Justice.

The alleged motive is that he hated women, even putting it in that term. He wrote in a manifesto that he would “slaughter” them “out of hatred, jealousy, and revenge,” said authorities. Genco was a self-described incel, or “involuntary celibate.”

From the DOJ:

The Incel movement is an online community of predominantly men who harbor anger towards women. Incels advocate violence in support of their belief that women unjustly deny them sexual or romantic attention to which they believe they are entitled.

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The Department of Justice building in Washington. A federal grand jury has indicted an Ohio man on charges that he plotted to shoot students in sororities .Credit Stefani Reynolds for The New York Times. An Ohio man who was part of an online community of “ incels ,” or misogynists who blame women for denying them what they believe is their right to sexual intercourse, was arrested on Wednesday and charged with plotting to shoot students in sororities , federal prosecutors said.

arrested for plotting a mass shooting of women , specifically at university sororities in his state. He is a self-identified " Incel " who had amassed ghost guns, bump stocks, ammo and magazines, and body What else is being plotted that won’t be foiled? Women aren’t objects of revenge, * incel *.

Misogyny allegedly warped his worldview and actions. He wrote on an Incel website that he sprayed “some foids [short for ‘femoids,’ which means women] and couples” with orange juice in a water gun, authorities said. Genco compared this “extremely powering actions” to misogynist mass murderer Elliot Rodger, an incel who also shot college students using a water gun filled with orange juice before killing six people and injuring 14 others outside a University of California, Santa Barbara sorority house, prosecutors said.

Genco wanted to “aim big” by killing 3,000 people and wanted to get military training, authorities said. He allegedly got that with Army Basic Training in Georgia from August to December 2019 but was discharged for what the DOJ described as “entry-level performance and conduct.”

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"A federal grand jury has charged a self-identified ‘ incel ’ with attempting to conduct a mass shooting of women and with illegally possessing a machine gun," the Justice Department announced in a press release. "Genco also allegedly wrote a manifesto, stating he would ‘ slaughter ’ women ‘out of hatred, jealousy and revenge.’ … [L]ow enforcement agents discovered a note of Genco’s that indicated he hoped to ‘aim big’ for a kill count of 3,000 people and intended to attend military training," the release added.

Incel -related violence “seems to be increasing,” said Alex DiBranco, the executive director of the Institute for Research on Male Supremacism, and one of the authors of a recent report on misogynist violence. There are other attacks that predate the growth of the online incel movement, but that fit a similar pattern of anger towards women , including a 2009 attack on a fitness center in Pennsylvania, and the mass shooting of 14 female engineering students in Montreal in 1989 by a man who wrote of his rage against feminism.

The U.S. Army did not immediately respond to a Law&Crime request for comment.

Genco’s plotting and homicidal ideation continued after discharge, authorities said. He allegedly wrote a document in January 2020 signing off as “Your hopeful friend and murderer.” He allegedly described the document titled “Isolated” as “the writings of the deluded and homicidal.”

Genco’s target was an Ohio university, authorities said. He allegedly searched online for sororities and a university, and did surveillance on a university on January 15, 2020, the DOJ said. The school or schools in question were not named by officials. In any case, Genco allegedly left behind a digital footprint, searching online for “how to plan a shooting crime,” and “when does preparing for a crime become attempt?”

He allegedly had the means to carry the shooting. From the DOJ:

On March 12, 2020, local police officers responded to Genco’s residence in Highland County. At the residence, in the trunk of Genco’s vehicle, police officers found, among other things, firearm with a bump stock attached, several loaded magazines, body armor and boxes of ammunition. Inside the residence, police officers found a Glock-style 9mm semiautomatic pistol, with no manufacturer’s marks or serial number, hidden in a heating vent in Genco’s bedroom.

[Mugshot via Highland County Sheriff’s Office]

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