High School teen facing terror charges and held on MILLION dollar bail after posting ‘threatening lyrics’ about Boston Marathon

EEV:  We are not talking direct threats, but word association. Take time watch the video’s that come afterwards.

 

By  Daily Mail Reporter

PUBLISHED: 18:04 EST, 2 May  2013 |  UPDATED: 18:04  EST, 2 May 2013

 

A teenage aspiring rap artist may soon be in  hot water with the feds.

High school student Cameron D’Ambrosio of  Methuen, Massachusetts, faces up to 20 years in prison for felony charges of  communicating terrorist threats with bail set at $1 million, the town’s police  chief said Wednesday.

D’Ambrosio, 18, reportedly skipped classes  that day and was caught posting offensive lyrics on Facebook that included death  threats and references to the tragic Boston Marathon massacre.

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Big time charges: Cameron D'Ambrosio, 18, faces up to 20 years in prison for felony charges of communicating terrorist threats with bail set at $1 millionBig time charges: Cameron D’Ambrosio, 18, faces up to 20  years in prison for felony charges of communicating terrorist threats with bail  set at $1 million

Young criminal: D'Ambrosio, 18, reportedly skipped classes on Wednesday and was caught posting offensive lyrics on Facebook that included death threats and references to the tragic Boston Marathon massacreYoung criminal: D’Ambrosio, 18, reportedly skipped  classes on Wednesday and was caught posting offensive lyrics on Facebook that  included death threats and references to the tragic Boston Marathon  massacre

‘We took this very seriously,’ Methuen Police  Chief Joe Solomon told the Valley  Patriot. ‘He posted a threat in the  form of rap where he mentioned the White House, the Boston Marathon bombing, and  said ‘everybody you will see what I am going to do, kill people.’

The town’s superintendent of schools, Judy  Scannell, noted that another student at Methuen High School saw the posting on  Facebook and notified the school’s administration who in turn notified police.

 

‘We have to commend the Methuen High School  Student who came forward, we always say, if you see something, say something,  and that’s what this student did,’ she told the Patriot.

‘We also want to commend the school safety  officers and the administration for bringing this to our attention immediately.  Threats of this kind of violence is unacceptable and will not be tolerated, not  in Methuen they won’t.’

Paraphernalia: Police found an Xbox video game system and a laptop upon searching D'Ambrosio¿s home 

Paraphernalia: Police found an Xbox video game system  and a laptop upon searching D’Ambrosio¿s home

Police found an Xbox video game system and a  laptop upon searching D’Ambrosio’s home. ‘Detectives are also looking deeper at  his Facebook page,’ the AP reported.

Solomon noted that the 18-year-old had  additionally disturbing photos and posts on his Facebook page including the  words, ‘F**k politics, F**k Obama and F**k the government!!’

D’Ambrosio also has an ‘unusual interest’ in  the Pixar movie Monsters University, Maui Wowi Hawaiian Coffee & Smoothies  and Adalia Rose, a six-year-old Texas girl with the early-aging disease  Progeria, Gawker pointed out about his Facebook  page.

‘I do want to make clear he did not make a  specific threat against the school or any particular individuals but he did  threaten to kill a bunch of people and specifically mentioned the Boston  Marathon and the White House,’ Solomon told the Patriot.

‘The threat was disturbing enough for us to  act and I think our officers did the right thing.’ D’Ambrosio  was arraigned Thursday morning in Lawrence District Court.

Big trouble: D'Ambrosio was arraigned Thursday morning in Lawrence District CourtBig trouble: D’Ambrosio was arraigned Thursday morning  in Lawrence District Court

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