Wannabe ‘incel’ terrorist ‘planned shooting of sorority girls in jealous attack’

An 'incel terrorist' plotted the killing of sorority girls on a college campus with a sick manifesto which promised "revenge" and "slaughter", prosecutors say.

Tres Genco, a 21-year-old self-described 'involuntary celibate' who scrawled his sick ideas into a notebook titled "Isolated", said he hoped to "aim big" and kill 3000 people.

Genco attended military training in late 2019, hoping to get his wish as a soldier.

But in 2020 those leanings turned toward murder, with Genco purchasing bulletproof vests and a hoodie emblazoned with the word "Revenge".

He also bought an arsenal including a Glock semi-automatic pistol and numerous magazines of ammunition.

Charging documents released by prosecutors in Ohio describe Genco as a "frequent poster" on incel sites, where he wrote messages promising to spray "foids" (women) with orange juice.

The same bizarre act was carried out by incel mass shooter Elliot Rodger before he killed six women on a California campus in 2014.

Genco barely hid his homocidal tastes, writing in his manifesto he would "slaughter" women "out of hatred, jealousy and revenge".

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Cops arrested Genco yesterday as the authorities became increasingly worried about his intentions.

In early 2020 Genco began "surveillance" at an Ohio university and searched online for "planning a shooting crime" and "when does preparing for a crime become an attempt?", according to police.

He was first checked out by cops in March 2020, with officers finding the semi-automatic pistol in his house and a further firearm in his car.

Genco hid the unmarked machine pistol in a heating vent by his bedroom, police say.

The alleged wannabe murderer was charged with one count of attempting to commit a hate crime and another of illegally possessing a machine gun.

He could get life imprisonment for the attempted hate crime, plus a further 10 years for the firearm possession charge.

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