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Student arrested for internet school shooting threat
Published: Friday 13 March 2009 14:18 UTC
Last updated: Friday 13 March 2009 15:05 UTC
Police in the city of Breda in the southwest of the Netherlands report that they have arrested an 18-year-old who threatened to carry out a school shooting in the city. He made the threats on an internet forum, and referred to Cho Seung-Hui, the 23-year-old student who shot 32 people at a university in the US state of Virginia in April 2007. As a precaution schools and crèches in Breda remained closed today.
It was the Dutch current affairs TV programme EénVandaag that intercepted the Breda school student's posting on the US-based 4chan website, and informed the police . "When I'm going to school tomorrow I'm going to shoot some people dead," he wrote. "Look in the news for a school shooting in the city Breda in The Netherlands. And remember me, because I will beat Chu's highscore.''
In Germany too, a school was kept closed after internet reports of a planned shooting. The building was searched using sniffer dogs, but nothing suspicious was found.
The threats come three days after the bloodbath in a secondary school in the German town of Winnenden. There were initial reports that the perpetrator, 17-year-old Tim Kretschmer had announced his intentions on internet prior to the shooting. German police now say they doubt whether this actually happened, as no evidence for it has been found on Kretchmer's computer.