School remains open despite death, bomb threats: I will come to class, kill you in front of kids

A Colorado high school is coming under heavy scrutiny for not closing its doors Thursday after several specific death threats had been made against teachers and students.

“Did I ever tell you how gay you are and I f****** hate you – you can go die somewhere you f****** bitch,” an email to a teacher read. “I will come in your class and kill you right in front of all the kids I don’t f****** care if they see.”

The email went on to say the teacher had been hacked through the school’s computer system and was being threatened for giving out too much work, the Aurora Sentinel reported.

The hacker had reportedly retrieved personal information, including the teacher’s address. “More stuff will happen so don’t make us do work, this is the LAST time I am saying this and here’s a link to all your info (LINK WITHHELD BY THE SENTINEL) so remember I am watching you in 7th but who I am you will see find out hahahahah,” the email continued.

The student also issued a bomb threat against the school, and made threats against several other teachers, the Sentinel reported.

Despite the recent mass shooting at Umpqua Community College in Oregon, and the Aurora theater shootings that hit close to home, school officials felt closing the doors was not necessary. After a quick investigation, Aurora police along with administrative officials determined the threats were “not credible.” The high school opened Thursday morning with extra security as a precaution.

That decision didn’t sit well with many local residents and several teachers had contemplated a group “sickout” until further information about the hacker was confirmed. It wasn’t until Thursday afternoon, when investigators identified two suspects in the hacking. “This teacher is scared to death,” a fellow teacher told the Sentinel. Students, residents, and followers of the ongoing story also took to social media to voice their concern:

Parents were allowed to call students in for an excused absence if they did not feel safe attending school.

What dangerous and sad times we are living in.


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