A Texas man who said he was harassed and bullied throughout high school threatened to take vengeance on his tormentors at his 20-year reunion on Friday.
Jason Carroll Moss, 38, likened his planned payback to the Columbine High School massacre on San Antonio's John Marshall High School's Class of 1992 Facebook page, according to KSAT.
Police told the station that Moss said he stayed away from his high school graduation two decades ago because he "would have started the Columbine shootings early."
The alarming Facebook post allegedly from Moss revealed a man harboring deep resentments:
"I was picked on and bullied by a bunch of you when I went to school and I wanted to kill everyone that hurt me. I'm still seeking vengeance on all those who bullied and harassed me when I was growing up or went to school. You people do not know what you did to me."
Moss' apparent plan to exact his revenge was cut short when other alumni on the Facebook page called authorities, KHOU reported.
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Jason Moss then (in a yearbook photo) and now.
He was arrested Friday before 150 members of the '92 gathered a the home of a former student.
It's unclear whether Moss actually planned to hurt anyone, but the Express News reported that he admitted to the comments and made them because he didn't want to be picked on at the reunion. He was charged with a misdemeanor for the threats and faces up to a year behind bars if convicted.
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