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May 2, 2013

Massachusetts student held on $1M bail for terrorist threat

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METHUEN, Mass. —

He also posted a comment referencing the bombing of the Boston Marathon April 15, which killed three people and injured more than 270.

“(Expletive) the Boston bombing, wait til you see what I do. I’m going to be famous,” Solomon said Dambrosio wrote. “And (Dambrosio wrote) he’s going to beat every murder charge brought against him.”

Dambrosio was arrested in June on an unrelated assault and battery charge.

In December, police arrested another Methuen High School student, Jacob Butze-Maille, after police said he told another student in school he wanted to pull another Columbine, and that he would buy an AK-47 and shoot people at school. The student reported the comments to administrators.

Butze-Maille was arrested Dec. 7 and charged with threatening to commit murder, intimidation of a witness, and willfully communicating a threat concerning a dangerous item.

 

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