Facebook terror post:Cameron D’Ambrosio was in jail for more than a month after making a Facebook terror post in reference to the bombs that were detonated in Boston a few weeks ago on a Facebook status. He was facing charges of terrorism for his Facebook terror post, says a June 7 Reuters report.
D’Ambrosio, 18, is an aspiring rapper and high school student and his post described the White House as “a federal house of horrors” by referring to the attacks on the Boston Marathon which caused 3 deaths and 376 injured. His Facebook terror post would have possibly landed him a sentence of 20 years in prison.
“There are no more threats that are high school pranks,” said police chief Joseph Solomon during a press conference following the arrest. “If they’re thinking that way, they need to get their heads into 2013.”
Police took the Facebook terror post very seriously, despite D’Ambrosio not having perpetrated the attack.
The student was arrested on May 1, two weeks after the Boston attack, and has been detained since his arrest while authorities were trying to determine if there was probable cause to sustain the charge.
Although since the prosecution reported at a hearing on Monday that they had probable cause for the prosecution of D’Ambrosio, they requested more time to prove arguments to justify their detention. However, Lawrence District Court Judge Lynn Rooney issued an order on Thursday to release D’Ambrosio after a grand jury chose not to indict him.
Cameron D’Ambrosio’s Facebook terror post read:
All you haters keep my f***kn name outcha mouths, got it? what the f**k do I gotta do to get some props and s**t huh? Ya’ll wanme to f***kn kill somebody? What the f**k do these f***kn demons want from me? F***kn bastards I ain’t no longer a person, I’m not in reality. So when u see me f***kn go insane and make the news, the paper, and the f***kn federal house of horror known as f***kn white house, Don’t f***kn cry or be worried because all YOU people f***kn caused this s**t. f**k a boston bombin wait till u see the s**t I do, I’ma be famous for rapping, and beat every murder charge that comes across me!
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