'Incel ' allegedly planned mass murder of sisterhood girls, according to federal government View larger image
Tres Genco reportedly researched " how to plan a shooting crime online. " Highland County Sheriff's Office
A described "incel" car was arrested by the federal government on Wednesday forallegedly instigating a mass shooting against sisterhood girls at an Ohio university, prosecutors said.
Tres Genco, 21, reportedly wrote a manifesto stating that he "would murder" women "out of hatred, jealousy and revenge", according to "the indictment documents .
On January 15, 2020, the Insult Hating Women " conducted surveillance "at an anonymous college in Ohio, indicates the indictment.
On the same day, he reportedly searched online "how to plan a gun crime" and "when does preparing for a crime become an attempt?
Federal prosecutors claim that Genco was identified as an "involuntary bachelor" and was part of the the "online community of sick men who" seek to commitviolence to support their belief that women are unfairly denying them the sexual or romantic attention to which they think they are entitled.
Genco reportedly had profiles and frequently posted on a popular incel website from at least July 2019 to mid-March 2020.
Prosecutors allege Genco also supervised an Ohio college in the cadre of his potential plot. Instagram
In a post, the alleged psychopath described while praying "a few fods and couples" with orange juice in a squirt gun, court doc says. "Foids " is an incel ter The abbreviation of "femoid " refers to women, prosecutors said.
Genco reportedly described "the extremely stimulating action " at that of his colleague Elliot Rodger, who killed six people and injured 14 others in a 2014 mass shooting in California . Prior to the attack, Rodger shot a group of students with orange juice from a water pistol.
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Investigators said they found a note from Genco indicating that he hoped to "aim big" and kill at least 3,000 people - and that he intended to undergo military training, says the complaint.
He completed basic army training at Fort Benning in Georgia from August to December 2019, prosecutors said.
Also in 2019, Genco reportedly bought Tactical gloves, a bulletproof vest, a bowie knife - and a hoodie with the word "revenge" on it.
Officials also say he bought two Glock 17 magazines, a 9mm Glock 17 clip and a concealed holster clip for a Glock at the time.
In January 2020, Genco reportedly wrote a document titled "Isolated", which he described as "the writings of the cheated and the homicide". He signed the missive "Your Hopeful Murderous Friend," according to prosecutors.
Local police raided Genco's home in Highland County, Ohio on March 12, 2020 and reportedly found a Glock-style 9mm semi-automatic. pistol, without mark or serial number, hidden in a vent of his bedro om.
In the trunk of Genco's car, the cops on found a gun with a butt attached, multiple loaded magazines, bulletproof vests and boxes of ammunition, prosecutors said.
Genco has been indicted by a federal grand jury on one count of attempted hate crime and one count of illegal possession of a machine gun. He faces life imprisonment if convicted on the first count.