Mark Hosenball Reuters
According to U.S. prosecutors, a man calling himself Washington-insel-involuntary seribate-was arrested Wednesday and charged with shooting a college girl in Ohio and planning illegal possession of a machine gun. Was done.
According to the US Department of Justice, Torres Genko, 21, from Hillsboro, Ohio, was planning to shoot a woman at a girls’ student club without specifying a college. If convicted, he could be sentenced to life imprisonment. It wasn’t immediately clear who represented Genco.
The Insel movement, identified by Genco, is an online network of men motivated to engage in violence against women who believe they unfairly reject sexual or romantic progress.
According to the indictment, Genco, who participated in the US Army Basic Training for five months in Fort Benning, Georgia in 2019, posted material on Insel’s website between July 2019 and March 2020.
According to the indictment, in one post, Genco used a water gun to kill a woman in May 2014, citing the actions of Elliott Roger, who killed six and injured 14 near the University of California, Santa Barbara. I’m writing about spraying orange juice. Take his own life.
Prosecutors wrote a manifest stating that Jenko would “slaughter” women “from hatred, jealousy, and revenge,” and in 2019 purchased Glock ammunition, a skull face mask, and a parker with the word “vengeance.” Said.
On January 15, 2020, the prosecution said Genco had conducted surveillance and searched online for “how to plan shooting crimes.”
During a search for Jenko’s residence in March 2020, local police found weapons and ammunition, including an unidentified 9mm semi-automatic pistol hidden in a bedroom heating vent, according to the Justice Department.
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