April 6, 2023

USA: A Male-to-Female-Identifying Trans Person Has Been Arrested And Charged For Planning Mass Shootings On Churches And Schools In Colorado. Avowed Communist. Been Planning It For A Month.

The loud and violent trans activists are radical far-Left Communists and self-avowed Satanists. They are allied with the radical far-Left American hating Commie Antifa and BLM Resistant funded by the Democrats and psycho Commie globalists. They do not represent the Gay and Lesbian community as a whole. (emphasis mine)
written by Shelby Filangi, Annabelle Childers
Thursday April 6, 2023

COLORADO SPRINGS, Colo. (KRDO) – A former Colorado Springs student faces an attempted murder charge after reportedly making threats against various schools in one of the city's largest school districts.

According to the 18th Judicial District Attorney’s Office, 19-year-old William Whitworth - who identifies as “Lilly”- was charged after an investigation into "threats involving schools in Colorado Springs Academy District 20."

Whitworth was arrested by the Elbert County Sheriff's Office and formally charged with the following offenses:
  • Criminal attempt to commit murder in the first degree (two counts)
  • Criminal mischief
  • Menacing 
  • nterference with staff, faculty, or students of educational institutions
A spokesperson for District 20 told 13 Investigates the suspect attended school in the district between 2014 and 2016, during which they attended both in-person and the district’s Homeschool Academy.

According to an arrest affidavit obtained by 13 Investigates, deputies with the ECSO were dispatched to a disturbance in incorporated Elbert County on March 31, 2023, at 7:18 p.m.

Dispatch noted:
  • Sister just made a violent approach to Reporting Party (RP)
  • Sister threatened to shoot up a school
  • Sister has ever anger issues
  • Sister made comments day before yesterday ref school shooting At the scene, deputies spoke with someone at the door who said that someone inside was "very upset and punched holes inside the walls." That person, however, did not immediately let deputies inside. 
Once inside, deputies noted in the affidavit two holes that appeared to be punch marks in the wall. The door to a bedroom was off its hinges and lying beside the opening. Inside a bedroom, deputies found RP's sister on a bed. The sister identified herself as Lilly, but further investigation determined her birth name is William Whitworth.

The affidavit refers to Whitworth as Lilly and uses she/her pronouns.

While speaking with Whitworth, deputies noted she "appeared to be very drowsy and could not stay awake." She would answer questions with her eyes closed.

When asked if she was going to shoot up a school, the affidavit states Whitworth "visibly shook her head and down indicating yes." When asked why she'd do that, Whitworth stated, "Why does anyone do it."

According to the affidavit, Whitworth said the last school she attended was Timberview Middle School in District 20. When asked if that was the school she was going to "shoot up," Whitworth again nodded yes. When asked why that school, Whitworth stated, "No specific reason."

During the initial interaction with Whitworth, deputies noted she made suicidal statements. According to the affidavit, Whitworth also said she was "a little drunk" and swayed back and forth while walking down the hallway out of the bedroom.

While waiting for the fire department, Whitworth was asked how much she had been planning the school shooting. She stated she was "about a third of the way from doing it," verifying again that Timberview Middle School was one of the "main targets" currently and other targets were churches.

Whitworth stated she'd been planning it for a month or two, stated the layout of the school, active firearm planning, and started a manifesto.

According to the affidavit, investigators found the manifesto, a dry-erase board with floor plans, and a list of names in a notebook.

Whitworth said the manifesto was four pages long and had "schizophrenic rants" on them. However, the affidavit states when deputies asked if she was schizophrenic, she replied "I hope not."

According to the affidavit, Whitworth was asked how much she knew about school shootings, and she stated, "Too much." When asked what she meant by that, Whitworth stated "There's a page in my manifesto and there's a bunch of mass killers."

On the dry-erase board, investigators noted it looked like a labeled floor plan of a school, with labels identifying the office, bathrooms, classrooms, and the different levels.

In two different notebooks, deputies found more floor plans, a drawing of a clock to use a detonation device stating, "Remove clock intemials and drive a screw into the desired detonation time on the face of the clock, and "Is this what they meant when they said making a mockery of the massacre?"

Whitmore stated she watched a video on YouTube on "how to do it" regarding the picture of a detonator.

Deputies obtained a search warrant of the home and found "The Communist Manifesto" by Karl Marx and Friedrich Engels and more books with notes. Written inside one book had written inside, "Ways I want to die," with a list stating murder, burning alive, freezing, and drowning.

Another book had the following statements found inside, according to the arrest affidavit:

In short, a brief of the manifestos contents detailed:
  • A list of firearms and how to 3D print them
  • Detailed lists of numerous named individuals to be killed and their indented casualty versus injury rate.
  • Information detailing the creation of improvised explosive devices
  • The Finalization of locations being Timberview Middle School, Prairie Hills Elementary, and Pine Creek High School
According to the affidavit, one of the notebooks also had a list of various mass shooters, serial killers, politicians, and entertainers with commentary on each.

Below is how the names were listed in the affidavit:
  • Eric and Dylan: Losers
  • Adam Lanza: To smart
  • Isreal Keyes: Degenerate
  • Lauren Southern: Pathetic
  • Vaush: Terrorist
  • Donald J. Trump: Con-mam
  • Bad cops: Useless garbage
  • Stockholm, Name: Liam K.
Whitworth has a preliminary hearing scheduled for May 5, 2023. The bond is currently set at $75,000. 

KOAA5 NBC News, Colorado local
written by Aidan Hulting
Thursday April 6, 2023

Elbert Co Sheriff's Office makes arrest based on call from concerned family member.

ELBERT COUNTY — A former District 20 student is facing attempted murder charges on allegations of planning attacks on three schools in Colorado Springs, according to the 18th Judicial District Attorney's Office.

19-year-old William Whitworth who identifies as "Lilly" has been charged with felony criminal attempt to commit murder in the first degree and misdemeanor interference with staff, faculty, or students of educational institutions, menacing, and criminal mischief. The suspect is currently being held in the Elbert County Jail.

According to the arrest affidavit, the Elbert County Sheriff's Office was called to a home in an unincorporated area after a family member in the homemade claims Whitworth had made multiple references to school shootings and even allegedly threatened to shoot up a school,

Deputies spoke to the suspect at home about the concerns and reports of threats to campuses. According to a deputy, Whitworth nodded 'yes' when asked if Whitworth was planning to perform a school shooting.

Deputies noted that the suspect appeared to be intoxicated during their initial contact.

The deputy also asked what school the former D20 student had previously attended, to which Whitworth responded "Timberview Middle School". When asked if this was the school Whitworth was planning on attacking, the suspect nodded and gave "No specific reason" when asked why.

According to the deputy, Whitworth was about a third of the way from performing the school shooting and had been planning for a month or two. Whitworth told deputies that Timberview Middle School on Scarborough Dr in Colorado Springs was one of the "main targets" and the others were churches.

The deputy later asked how much knowledge Whitworth had about school shootings to which Whitworth replied "too much". The affidavit refers to a manifesto with an entire page referencing mass killings. The document allegedly includes drawings of classrooms and a detonator. According to the deputy, the suspect claimed to have found a YouTube video on how to create a detonator.

According to the affidavit, deputies returned to collect evidence where they found more journals with details of a list of firearms and how to 3D print them, detailed lists of numerous named individuals to be killed and their intended casualty versus injury rate, information detailing the creation of improvised explosive devices, and the locations of Timberview Middle School, Prarie Hills Elementary and Pine Creek High Schools.

There are no details of firearms or explosives being in the suspect's possession or in the home at the time of the arrest.

Whitworth has a preliminary hearing scheduled for May 5, 2023. The bond is currently set at $75,000.

In a letter to parents and staff, Academy District 20 wrote:

"Academy District 20,

We wanted to ensure you were aware of a criminal case being handled by the Office of the 18th Judicial District Attorney’s Office that impacts our district and a former student. We anticipate this case will garner a great deal of media attention.

Transparent communication is a top priority. When dealing with a criminal case we are limited with what information we can provide to our community, but, we are working closely with the DA's office and are able to share the below.

This morning, the 18th Judicial DA’s Office informed us formal charges were filed against a former Academy District 20 student, William “Lilly” Whitworth. Bond is set at $75,000, and Whitworth remains in-custody.

Whitworth was booked into the Elbert County Jail and has been charged with numerous criminal offenses, but those related to our district state Whitworth, “made a credible threat to cause death or to cause bodily injury with a deadly weapon against a student, a school official and/or an employee of an educational institution,” and “attempted to cause the death of Students and/or Staff of Timberview Middle School.” Two other district schools, Pine Creek High School and Prairie Hills Elementary were mentioned in the affidavit.

Whitworth attended three ASD20 schools over two years, but only for nine months.
  • Prairie Hills Elementary, Aug. 2014 – 2015
  • Home School Academy, Jan. 2016 – Feb. 2016
  • Timberview Middle School, Aug. 2016 – Oct. 3, 2016
The district will continue working closely with the Elbert County Sheriff's Department and 18th Judicial Team. We are incredibly grateful and thankful to them for their partnership and unwavering dedication to keeping our students, staff and community safe and protected.

Thank you."

The news of these school shooting threats comes a day after students across southern Colorado and across the nation walked out of class to protest nationwide gun violence organized by the group Students Demand Action. Students with Banning Lewis Academy, Coronado High School, and Pueblo East High School were among some of the many that had students participate in walkouts.
The Gazette, Colorado local
written by Zachary Dupont and Annika Schmidt
Thursday April 6, 2023

Investigators found instructions on how to build homemade bombs and a whiteboard with the floor plan to Timberview Middle School in the bedroom of a former student accused of planning a mass shooting at the Colorado Springs school, according to arrest records obtained by The Gazette.

The Elbert County Sheriff's Office arrested William Whitworth, 19, on March 31 on suspicion of attempted first-degree murder and other charges after Whitworth admitted to wanting to shoot up a school, the affidavit states.

Deputies went to Whitworth's home after Whitworth's sister claimed that Whitworth was behaving violently and made references to school shootings earlier in the day.

The affidavit lists the defendant as male, but Whitworth's sister referred to Whitworth as "lily" and described her sibling as "their sister" when she spoke with investigators.

Eric Ross, a spokesperson for the 18th Judicial District Attorney’s Office, told The Gazette that Whitworth is in the process of transitioning to female.

Deputies found Whitworth lying in bed, drunk, in a room piled with trash that had several holes in the wall, according to the affidavit.

When authorities asked why Whitworth wanted to shoot up a school, Whitworth said: "No specific reason." Whitworth also admitted to being “about a third of the way from doing it (committing a mass shooting),” the affidavit states.

Deputies found a “manifesto” with the names of mass shooters, political commentators and more while searching Whitworth's home, according to the affidavit.

They also found a notebook with instructions on how to make firearms using a 3D printer and how to make homemade explosives. Whitworth admitted to watching a YouTube video on how to build a detonator, according to the affidavit.

The affidavit states that Prairie Hills Elementary and Pine Creek High School, both in Colorado Springs, were also listed as “targets” in one of Whitworth’s notebooks, which contained a “detailed” list of people “to be killed.” Investigators did not find any weapons in the home, but they did find a liquid that is used to clean firearms.

They also found a whiteboard in Whitworth's bedroom with a floor plan drawn out by hand of Timberview Middle School, where Whitworth was enrolled from August to October in 2016, according to representatives with Academy District 20. Whitworth attended Prairie Hills Elementary from August 2014 to February 2015, District 20 representatives said.

Academy district spokesperson Allison Cortez said the district is not aware of any threats made by Whitworth, whose charges include menacing and criminal mischief, while the defendant was enrolled as a student. Whitworth, who is being held on $75,000 bond, attended three District 20 middle schools for a total of nine months.

Cortez could not immediately provide an explanation why Whitworth left those schools after only being enrolled at each institution for a few months. She said federal law prohibits the district from commenting on disciplinary action for specific students.

Middle and high schools in Academy District 20, including Timberview Middle School, always have an armed school resource officer in the building through the Colorado Springs Police Department when students are in school.

In 2016, elementary and middle schools in the district also introduced safe entrances where people must be buzzed into the buildings. Other upgrades included introducing more doors throughout district schools.

Trans claim there is so much violence against them when in fact trans people are committing violence against anyone who offends them. (emphasis mine)
UPDATE 4/6/23 at 6:36pm: Added info below.
Teachers are causing the child to be confused and creating mental instability in children that are in their care. This is child abuse and this grotesque far-Left psycho agenda needs to stop. (emphasis mine)

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