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originally posted by: tiredoflooking
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The primary goal of Project ARTICHOKE was to determine whether a person could be involuntarily made to perform an act of attempted assassination
Anonymous ID: hHkrVD7x No.148156937 📁
Nov 5 2017 20:08:46 (EST)
Will all fall down.
when Betts was a student, he was suspended for writing a 'hit list' of girls he wanted to kill on a bathroom wall.
One woman who says she attended middle school with Betts claims that he once fantasized about tying her up and slitting her throat.
'This isn’t a mystery to me,' said the classmate. 'I’m furious.'
The woman told Dayton Daily News that Betts was aware of the bizarre nature of the thoughts and was scared of them.
'He knew it wasn’t normal,' the woman said.
'He and I talked at length about him getting help.'
She said she and her parents notified local police. The woman says she felt she was not being taken seriously.
A brief scan of Betts’ alleged Twitter feed shows that he was a supporter of the Democratic Party, and not a fan of US President Donald Trump. He urged to “vote blue” and rallied behind Democratic presidential hopefuls Elizabeth Warren and Bernie Sanders and the latter’s socialist beliefs. In a reply, he wrote he wouldn't vote for Kamala Harris "cuz Harris is a cop."
In his profile description, Betts described himself as a “leftist” and included a now-ominous-sounding prophecy: “I’m going to hell and I’m not coming back.”
Betts reportedly followed a number of Antifa accounts and retweeted their content.
Some of his posts going back several years appear to praise Satan, complete with a #HailSatan hashtag.
There has been no official confirmation of the Twitter page's authenticity. Twitter suspended it shortly after its existence was publicized
former classmates told The Associated Press that Betts was suspended during their junior year at suburban Bellbrook High School after a hit list was found scrawled in a school bathroom. That followed an earlier suspension after Betts came to school with a list of female students he wanted to sexually assault,
“There was a kill list and a rape list, and my name was on the rape list,” said the female classmate.
“The officer said he wouldn’t be at school for a while,” she said. “But after some time passed he was back, walking the halls. They didn’t give us any warning that he was returning to school.”
The discovery of the hit list early in 2012 sparked a police investigation, and roughly one-third of Bellbrook students skipped school out of fear,