Transgender Suspect With Communist Manifesto Arrested For Planning Shootings At Schools, Churches

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A transgender individual with a communist manifesto has been arrested in Colorado by police for allegedly preparing mass shootings at schools and churches there in the area in accordance with his manifesto.

The arrest was made public on Thursday afternoon, but it took place just days after a transgender terrorist massacred six people, including three children, at a Nashville private Christian school.

A biological male who goes by a different female name and uses pronouns such as “she” and “her” has been identified. However, The Daily Wire does not mention his name(s) due to company policy regarding not giving notoriety to mass killers or to those who aspire to commit such atrocities. For non-woke, scientific and biological accuracy of this article and the incident, the suspect will be referred to by the gender he was born with.

In addition to the criminal attempt to commit murder in the first degree (two counts), the 19-year-old was accused of criminal mischief, menacing, and interfering with the staff, faculty, or students of educational establishments.

It was reported by KRDO that the suspect had targeted Timberview Middle School, Prairie Hills Elementary School, Pine Creek High School, and that he also targeted churches as well.

It was reported to 911 by a family member that the suspect had threatened to shoot up schools and had a severe anger problem.

In a statement to local media, a spokesperson for the 18th Judicial District Attorney’s Office told them that the suspect was in the process of transitioning.

The Daily Wire reported:

Police said the home had “trash piled up all around the house to where it made it hard to walk inside” and that there were “numerous containers filled with half-eaten food with mold growing inside and numerous alcoholic beverage containers laying around the house.”

The suspect allegedly punched holes in the wall inside the house and ripped a door off the hinges.

The suspect allegedly “visibly shook” his head “indicating yes” when asked by law enforcement if he was going to shoot up a school. The suspect said that he had been planning the attacks for over a month and had started planning and writing a manifesto.

Among the evidence found inside the house were a copy of the suspect’s manifesto, a copy of the Communist Manifesto by Karl Marx and Friedrich Engels, as well as a notebook filled with suicidal thoughts.

According to reports, the suspect had researched how to print firearms using 3D printers, made numerous lists of people to target, gathered information on how to make bombs, and expressed his opinion on the most notable mass shooters, serial killers, and politicians.

Local Colorado news outlet KRDO has more on the investigation and arrest out of Colorado Springs, Colorado where the threat took place (which is about an hour and a half south of Denver):

The transgender suspect was arrested by the Elbert County Sheriff’s Office and formally charged with the following offenses:

-Criminal attempt to commit murder in the first degree (two counts)
-Criminal mischief
-Interference with staff, faculty, or students of educational institutions

A spokesperson for District 20 told 13 Investigates the suspect attended school in the district between 2014 and 2016, during which they attended both in-person and the district’s Homeschool Academy.

According to an arrest affidavit obtained by 13 Investigates, deputies with the ECSO were dispatched to a disturbance in incorporated Elbert County on March 31, 2023, at 7:18 p.m.

Dispatch noted:

-Sister just made a violent approach to Reporting Party (RP)
-Sister threatened to shoot up a school
-Sister has ever anger issues
-Sister made comments day before yesterday ref school shooting

At the scene, deputies spoke with someone at the door who said that someone inside was “very upset and punched holes inside the walls.” That person, however, did not immediately let deputies inside.

Once inside, deputies noted in the affidavit two holes that appeared to be punch marks in the wall. The door to a bedroom was off its hinges and lying beside the opening. Inside a bedroom, deputies found RP’s sister on a bed. The sister identified herself as Lilly, but further investigation determined her birth name is William Whitworth.

While speaking with Whitworth, deputies noted she “appeared to be very drowsy and could not stay awake.” She would answer questions with her eyes closed.

When asked if she was going to shoot up a school, the affidavit states Whitworth “visibly shook ‘her’ head and down indicating yes.” When asked why she’d do that, Whitworth stated, “Why does anyone do it.”

According to the affidavit, Whitworth said the last school she attended was Timberview Middle School in District 20. When asked if that was the school she was going to “shoot up,” Whitworth again nodded yes. When asked why that school, Whitworth stated, “No specific reason.”

During the initial interaction with Whitworth, deputies noted she made suicidal statements. According to the affidavit, Whitworth also said she was “a little drunk” and swayed back and forth while walking down the hallway out of the bedroom.

While waiting for the fire department, Whitworth was asked how much she had been planning the school shooting. She stated she was “about a third of the way from doing it,” verifying again that Timberview Middle School was one of the “main targets” currently and other targets were churches.

Whitworth stated she’d been planning it for a month or two, stated the layout of the school, active firearm planning, and started a manifesto.

According to the affidavit, investigators found the manifesto, a dry-erase board with floor plans, and a list of names in a notebook.

Whitworth said the manifesto was four pages long and had “schizophrenic rants” on them. However, the affidavit states when deputies asked if she was schizophrenic, she replied “I hope not.”

According to the affidavit, Whitworth was asked how much she knew about school shootings, and she stated, “Too much.” When asked what she meant by that, Whitworth stated “There’s a page in my manifesto and there’s a bunch of mass killers.”

On the dry-erase board, investigators noted it looked like a labeled floor plan of a school, with labels identifying the office, bathrooms, classrooms, and the different levels.

In two different notebooks, deputies found more floor plans, a drawing of a clock to use a detonation device stating, “Remove clock intemials and drive a screw into the desired detonation time on the face of the clock, and “Is this what they meant when they said making a mockery of the massacre?”

Whitmore stated she watched a video on YouTube on “how to do it” regarding the picture of a detonator.


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