“Insel” charged with plans to kill Sorority members

July 22 (UPI)- A federal jury has charged a man in Ohio, who describes himself as “Insel,” with a man who accused a woman of unwilling bachelorhood for attempting to kill a member of a girls’ student club.

The Justice Ministry said in statement 21-year-old Tres Genco in Hillsboro, Ohio has been charged with attempting to commit a hate crime. This includes a murder attempt and will result in life imprisonment. Machine gun, punishable for up to 10 years in prison.

According to the indictment, Genco was an active poster on the popular Insel website, at least from July 2019 until his arrest in March last year.

The Anti-Defamation League, an anti-defamation organization, describes Insel’s online movement as follows: That website As a violent group of heterosexuals who blame women, they feel qualified for not being able to form romantic or sexual relationships.

Members of the group committed suicide after mass murdering in May 2014 in Isla Vista, California, including Elliot Rodger, who killed six and injured 14 others. Some of his victims were killed outside the home of a schoolgirl club at the University of California, Santa Barbara.

According to prosecutors, Roger became an inspiring figure for the group by having some of its members refer to him before performing their own hate crimes, including Jenko.

In an online post, Genco admitted to couples and women that they shot orange juice from a water gun. It is called by the in-cell term foids (short for femoids).

He said the act was “extremely empowering” and similar to what Roger claimed to be the prosecutor’s act.

He also allegedly wrote a manifesto that vowed to “slaughter” women “from hatred, jealousy, and revenge.”

According to the indictment, he participated in the Army Basic Training in Georgia from August to December 2019, and investigators learned that he was aiming to kill 3,000 people.

On January 15, 2020, Genco monitored the unnamed Ohio University and searched online for “how to plan a shooting crime.”

On March 12, 2020, police searched his car and found a gun with bumpstock, some loaded magazines, body armor, and an ammunition box, prosecutors said, in his residence. Police added that they had found a Glock-style 9mm. A semi-automatic pistol without a serial number hidden in the manufacturer’s mark or bedroom vent. “Insel” charged with plans to kill Sorority members

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