September 9, 2015

He published a song of Eminem, was arrested at his home and found weapons

A teenager published a part of the song "I'm Back", which refers to the shooting that occurred in 1999 at Columbine High School. At home weapons, ammunition and bulletproof vest found.

A teenager was arrested in California last week after he published part of the song "I'm Back" by Eminem in his Instagram account.

According to US media said the 15 year old was arrested after the San Joaquin Memorial School, which attends, notify the police of publication.

The song refers to the massacre that occurred in 1999, at Columbine High School, where 15 students were killed and 24 wounded when two students of the institution entered with guns. The San Joaquin Memorial took the publication as a terrorist threat.

Some may think that the measure was a little exaggerated. However, it was not so. After the arrest, police began an investigation into the child's home, where weapons, ammunition and bulletproof vest were found.


According to the agents, "have good reason to suspect that this was a potential threat," as the young perfectly fits the profile of a terrorist, because it is a "loner" and "socially weird."

However, the teenager is defended by ensuring that his account was hacked and that he did not publish the letter of the song. Currently, he is in a jail detention for minors.