High school student Cameron D'Ambrosio is currently locked up and being held on a $1 million bond for rapping about the Boston Marathon tragedy and the White House.
Before the 18-year-old Methuen, Massachusetts resident was arrested, he sent terrorist threats via Facebook, which is when the police were alerted, and quickly took him into custody.
According to Methuen Police Chief Joe Solomon, D'Ambrosio was threatening to kill people:
“He posted a threat in the form of rap where he mentioned the White House, the Boston Marathon bombing, and said ‘everybody you will see what I am going to do, kill people.'”
A student at Methuen High School was the first to notice the evil message, and once the school administration knew what was going on, they called the cops.
However, even after Cameron was arrested, Solomon noted:
"I do want to make clear he did not make a specific threat against the school or any particular individuals but he did threaten to kill a bunch of people and specifically mentioned the Boston Marathon and the White House. The threat was disturbing enough for us to act and I think our officers did the right thing.”
And considering that the teenager also had troubling photos on his Facebook, which featured a satanic pic and a 'Wanted Poster' reading 'Dead or Alive' with his face plastered all over it, we can see why the police put him behind bars.
Now, D'Ambrosio is facing up 20 years for felony charges of communicatng terrorist threats, which is clearly unfortunate!
Further details have not been revealed, but we're just glad that this troubled young man is behind bars while this situation is dealt with.
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