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The shooter, who is a deadly shot nine people — including his sister — and wounded more than two dozen others in the Dayton, Ohio, early Sunday, was reported to have been suspended during his high school years, to put together a “hit list” of people he wanted to kill and “rape” is a list of the girls who he would sexually assault.
Conner Betts, 24, who was killed by the police in less than a minute after he opened fire outside a crowded bar, and showed signs of hostility, the year before the Sunday of the violent outbreak, according to former classmates.
Betts was said to be suspended in his final year at Bellbrook high School with a list of names that was found scrawled on a wall in the school toilet, the, former classmates said. In a previous suspension, Betts came to the school with a list of the female students, he wanted to be sexually abused.
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“It was a kill list, and the rape is on the list, and my name was put on the rape list,’ a female classmate told the Associated Press.
“It was a kill list, and the rape is on the list, and my name was put on the rape list.”
— A female former classmate, at a shooter
Shoes are piled outside the scene of a mass shooting incident, including that of Ned Pepper’s bar, Sunday, Feb. 4, 2019 at the latest, in Dayton, Ohio. (The Associated Press)
In its first year, the former cheerleader said she received a phone call from a police officer, who informed her that her name was included on a list of potential targets.
“The public prosecutor said:” [Betts] should not be in school for a little while,” she said, referring to the boy’s suspension. “But after a while he was back again, walking the halls. They don’t give us any warning that he was going back to college.”
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“They don’t give us any warning that he was going back to college.”
— A female former classmate, at a shooter
The discovery of the hit list in the beginning of 2012, prompted an investigation by the police, and the cause of about one-third of the students skip school out of fear for their safety, according to the AP report.
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Betts didn’t have a clear criminal record as an adult, but when he was accused of was being a young, that the transgressions are usually completed under the legislation of one member state to another.
“There is nothing in this record which would have precluded him from getting nuclear weapons,” Dayton Police Chief Richard Biehl said on Sunday.
“There is nothing in this record which would have precluded him from getting these weapons.”
The Dayton Police Chief Richard Biehl
A former Bellbrook Client, Chris Baker, said he was “not in dispute, that is, the information that,” when asked about the hit-list was suspended, according to the Dayton Daily News. Baker, who resigned this summer, it refused to continue to speak out on the issue.
As a former high school classmate, told the newspaper that Betts had an unusual obsession with killing and death. Beets, she said, told her that he fantasized about tying her hair and tears in her eyes.
“He knew it wasn’t normal,” she said. “He and I have talked at length about him to relief.”
“He knew it wasn’t normal. He and I have talked at length about him to relief.”
— Ex-classmate, who claims to have been threatened
The woman said that she and her parents are at the height of Bellbrook police department on the level of a full confession, but she told me that she felt that they would not be taken seriously.
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Background checks on Betts’ social media is run by the News of the day will also discover supposed to write sentences such as, “Everything is going to Be disposed of,” to be “Absolute Carnage” and “Bloody Massacre.”
Demoy Howell, who said that he and Betts participated in Bellbrook Junior ROTC military program, and it reminded me of the friends say the Beets and made them feel threatened or uncomfortable.
“He’s always been a bit of an oddball,” Howell said. “He had a dark sense of humor — make jokes about people who are dying. He’s going to wear all black. I remember sensing a dark energy around him.”
“I think this is less of a hate-crime, and it’s more of a” I hate everyone, ” a crime,” he added. “I have to be honest, they feel more comfortable now, knowing full well that he’s gone.”
The Associated Press contributed to this report.