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The man was arrested in Utah for threats to kill "as many girls as I see" – St George News



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Salt Lake City (AP) – One man is arrested in Utah after police say he posted on Facebook for "killing so many girls as I see the same weekend that women's marchs are taking place around the United States

Picture of Christopher W. Clear, published January 19, 2019 | Photo courtesy of Utah County prison via Associated Press, St. George News

Christopher W. Cleary, 27, writes that he wants to be "the next mass shooter" because he never had a girlfriend and he is still virgin According to the prison documents filed by the Provo police.

He wanted to "do it right" with women who had dismissed him and said that "there is nothing more dangerous than a man ready to die,"

Cleary is from Denver and the Colorado police in Saturday contacted officers in Provvo, south of Salt Lake City, where Clear has registered for hiring AirBnB a day earlier. restaurant and arrest him on suspicion of a terrorist threat.

The posts did not mention the marshals, and the investigators were concerned that this day was happening in Provo and Salt Lake City, along with dozens of other towns, papers [5] Cleric admitted that he was posting but said he deleted them, after receiving threats in response, police said.

He told the investigators that there was a violation of impulse control and was suicidal. The authorities in Colorado have said that Clear is in a hurry after pursuing and threatening women there, according to Utah police records.

He was held without warranty in Utah, and the authorities are expected to seek his extradition to Colorado. The designated telephone number is immediately available to Cleary

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