Georgia Teens Made “Kill List” For School Shooting
A pair fo Georgia teens were recently sentenced after police say they made a “kill list” for a Columbine-style school shooting.
Alfred Dupree, 19, and Victoria McCurley, 18, pleaded guilty on Friday to six counts of conspiracy to commit murder, one count of conspiracy to commit arson and one count of unlawful possession of a destructive device after authorities say they plotted to kill fellow students at Woodstock, Georgia’s Etowah High School.
According to The Atlanta Journal-Constitution, the duo was so “hellbent” on murdering their peers that they compiled a “kill list” singling out their school’s black and disabled students. The teens allegedly planned to use smoke bombs to “corral” students and teachers into a confined area where they would use “napalm and firearms” to “kill as many people as they could.”
“We’d like to get our numbers up higher than Las Vegas,” McCurley admitted telling investigators, referring to the Oct. 1, 2017, concert shooting where Stephen Paddock killed 58 people and injured hundreds more, according to the court reports.
The duo also had a map of the school and allegedly stockpiled weapons and explosives.
They were sentenced Tuesday to 40 years with a minimum of 20 to serve.