NEW: Wisconsin middle schooler targeted Christians, 'jocks' and 'preppy girls' in planning 'Columbine-style' school shooting: report

"I want to kill every old man and woman who has claim to the father, son and holy spirit by chopping their f*cking heads off and putting them on a stick to show there is no god only human nature."

Hannah Nightingale Washington DC

A police report obtained by Louder with Crowder’s MugClub Undercover unit has revealed that in October, an alert was triggered on a middle school student’s laptop in Wisconsin, leading to the discovery of a "manifesto" in which the student detailed how they would go about carrying out a mass shooting in the school.

The incident report states that the student made "terroristic threats" against the school.

The police report states that on October 23, 2023, Officer Dan Downey of the Chippewa Falls Police Department was alerted to several "Aristotle alerts" that were triggered by a student.

An Aristotle alert, the report explains, "is a program that notifies school administration of certain words that are typed into School Chromebooks. These range from a variety of racial slurs to the words bomb, shooting, etc." A URL is attached to these alerts, linking to the links the student looked at.

The first of these alerts was triggered on October 22 at around 1:30 am. The alert linked to several YouTube videos of the Columbine shooting in Colorado.

A second alert was triggered approximately 10 minutes later, with two searches titled "How to make a pipe bomb" and "nail bomb," with URLs linking to a Wikipedia search of the Centennial Olympic Park bombing and another Wikipedia page on how to make a nail bomb.

Multiple alerts were triggered the same evening, including the student searching how to make a pipe bomb and nail bomb, how to make an "improvised thermite grenade," and "how to make a homemade bomb for under $1."

Downey wrote that he had the student come into the dean of students’ office, where the officer explained that several Aristotle alerts had been triggered by the student.

The student said that they were "reading a book" and "was looking to fact check the book." The book in question, the student revealed, was the "Anarchist Cookbook."

The student had this book on their laptop. The officer asked why the student liked reading such a thing, to which the student stated, "I don’t know I like to read crazy books."

The dean of students said that the student's backpack would need to be searched, during which nothing of evidentiary value was found. While searching, the student talked about going "down a mental spiral" after learning about the death of a redacted person.

The student said they hate being at school and is bullied. 

The dean of students said he wanted to look through a checkered notebook of the student’s that was sitting on his desk, to which the student said "it was more of a religious thing" and could not be searched through.

The officer later looked through the notebook after the dean and principal gained access. The notebook was titled "Oporutors Manuel to Manic Violence."

The first few lines of the manifesto stated "the first step in my plan is looking online to purchase PVC pipe and multiple pvc pipe caps as well as black powder or gun powder, duct tape, steel wool, and a couple of nine-volt batteries." 

The manifesto stated that the student would make a pipe bomb, and talked about putting shrapnel in the device. The student said this would be under $70 to make.

The student wrote under a section titled "Thoughts" that the student "hates girls who objectify themselves," and how the student "is taking inspiration from the Columbine shooting," the police report stated.

The student wrote about using pressure-based explosives, stating that the student has done research with baking soda and vinegar, but later states that firearms would be the way to go.

The student said they know how to access a 22-lever action and a glock 10, and went into detail on how to start the massacre.

"I would start my massicar [sic] in the morning at 8:20 when everyone is going inside."

In another paragraph, the student talks about the extermination of society, stating that the only solution is death. The student writes, "I think that all preparation will be done towards the end of the school year," and states that there is a "reset button" for the world and that the student will be the force that "stops" the world.

The student stated that they found a free version of the Anarchist Cookbook online and wrote, "I plan to use this to kill multiple students at my school. This will be the next Columbine. I will kill the most people I can by using explosives that I will make myself all he [sic] problems that I face will be worth it after I kill all the f*cking jocks and those f*cking preppy sh*t-headed f*cking girls they need to die and then they will go burn in hell and I will be, (unknown word) and that is when I will kill myself and I will go to the void because that’s what I believe."

In the manifesto, the student also talks about "making Charles Manson happy" and how the student "loves his ideology," according to the police report. The student also talks about how they hate Christians.

The student wrote, "I want to kill every old man and woman who has claim to the father, son and holy spirit by chopping their f*cking heads off and putting them on a stick to show there is no god only human nature."

The manifesto talks about purchasing a black trench coat, combat boots, cargo pants, and a black shirt with the word "WRATH" written on it in red letters, and states that the student wants to try to murder as many people as possible and sow chaos by blowing up cars in the parking lot or launching smoke bombs across town.

The last page of the manifesto stated that the student would warn a few people to leave the school or hide during the massacre.

The student had told the principal that they began writing the manifesto nine days prior. The student claimed to the officer that the manifesto was a way of venting.

The student also revealed that they were in a mental health program called "Trevor" which is geared toward LGBTQ people.

Police searched the residence of the student, to which they found nothing of police interest. They were able to access the student’ Amazon account, in which police found "several items of police interest," and a notes folder that included instructions on how to make napalm.

The school district finally notified parents of students in the district of the incident in February, after the Louder with Crowder team reached out for comment on the incident. 

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