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The two Georgia teenagers who plotted a ‘Columbine-style’ massacre at their high school wanted to set a record for mass murder and prepared a ‘kill list’ that included all of the school’s black and disabled students, prosecutors said in court on Friday.
Alfred Dupree, 19, and Victoria McCurley, 18, pleaded guilty in Cherokee County Superior Court in Canton, Georgia.
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The pair are due to be sentenced on Monday for a plot to launch a violent attack at Etowah High School in 2017, the Cherokee Tribune & Ledger News reported.
According to Cherokee County Assistant District Attorney Rachelle Carnesale, the two students planned to deploy smoke bombs so as to ‘corral’ students and faculty into a section of the school.
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They then planned to use ‘napalm and firearms’ in order to ‘kill as many people as they could,’ Carnesale said.
Dupree and McCurley were arrested in October 2017 by police in Woodstock, Georgia.
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Since their arrest, they have been detained at a local jail, according to the Atlanta Journal-Constitution.
They were charged as adults with six counts of conspiracy to commit murder, one count of conspiracy to commit arson, and one count of unlawful possession of a destructive device.
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They were arrested after police received a tip off they were planning to bomb Etowah High School.
‘Las Vegas’ is a reference to the October 1, 2017 mass shooting in the city, which left 58 people dead and more than 400 wounded.
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Dupree testified in the morning and entered a guilty plea before noon.
McCurley entered his guilty plea...
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