Video: a Hungarian boy wanted to kill fifty students
A teenager wanted to kill himself and fifty of his peers in a primary school in Miskolc. The Counter Terrorism Centre (TEK) arrested the 17-year-old offender last week, preventing the tragedy.
TEK prevented the tragedy
The Counter Terrorism Centre arrested a 17-year-old boy in Miskolc last Thursday. The youth had previously rumoured that he would go to a primary school and kill fifty students.
Interpol became aware of the case and alerted the Counter-Terrorism Centre that the boy wanted to buy a gun and even attend shooting clubs to improve his skills. He was also regularly reading websites reporting shootings in the United States, hvg.hu reports.
Zsolt Jogg, spokesman for the Borsod-Abaúj-Zemplén County Prosecutor’s Office, said that the boy denied committing the crime of preparing to commit murder during his interrogation. The 17-year-old said he did not intend to kill anyone, nor even to get a gun. He also said that he had mental health issues, which he said were the cause of his alarming posts.
The boy was a private school student and allegedly chose his former primary school as the location for the attack. It was obvious because it was close by and he was familiar with the venue.
According to the spokesman, the boy outlined how he planned to enter the building, where he would also use a weapon against the janitor. He also planned to get into at least two classrooms with at least 20 students.
According to Blikk, he had estimated the number of students he intended to kill at around fifty. A police spokesman said the boy would have committed suicide after the attack.
During the investigation, experts will be sent to examine the young offender’s mental state. In light of this, a verdict will be reached on the boy.
I’m going to go out on a limb here (not!) and surmise the kid smoked weed. Like it or not, “harmless” marijuana has been a variable in most every single act of terrorism committed in recent times. Countless studies confirm its deleterious ramifications on people’s mental health, especially those with still developing brains. Yet, the Big Pot lobby has all the politicians and even general public under a spell.