It’s fascinating to witness the depth of female scorn for male sexual have-nots. Equally fascinating to witness the FBI shamelessly politicize everything it does.
This guy Tres Genco was only recently arrested so normally, I would wait for the rest of the story to come out. Turns out, however, that the mass murder he was about to commit was back in March 2020 so there’s already been time for a picture to emerge!
Ohio man charged with hate crime related to alleged plot to commit mass shooting of women
By Haley Yamada, 22 July 2021
An Ohio man who is a self-proclaimed “incel” was charged by a grand jury for an alleged plot to conduct a mass shooting on a number of female university students, the Department of Justice announced on Wednesday.
Tres Genco, 21, is charged with one count of attempting to commit a hate crime, which is punishable by up to life in prison because it involved an alleged intent to kill. He is also charged with one count of illegally possessing a machine gun, which is punishable by up to 10 years, the DOJ said in a statement.
A 21yo purchased a machine gun, uploaded his manifesto and criminal confession to social media, prepared to slaughter thousands of women who refused to touch his wee-wee despite never actually meeting him and was caught just in the nick of time by the courageous and vigilant FBI! Yeah, no. This narrative is going to fall apart faster than a knit sweater from the dollar store.
Here’s the DOJ statement.
Ohio Man Charged with Hate Crime Related to Plot to Conduct Mass Shooting of Women, Illegal Possession of Machine Gun
21 July 2021
A federal grand jury has charged a self-identified “incel” with attempting to conduct a mass shooting of women and with illegally possessing a machine gun.
Tres Genco, 21, of Hillsboro, Ohio, allegedly plotted to commit a hate crime, namely, a plan to shoot students in sororities at a university in Ohio. He was arrested by federal agents today.
Arrested in July 2021… but the grand jury charged him in June 2020.
Grand jury indicts 30
Panel convenes for first time since March 3
2 June 2020
A Highland County grand jury assembled for the first time in three months Tuesday, rendering indictments against 30 individuals with over half of the indictments being drug related.
Daniel L. Richards, 45, Leesburg, was indicted on a third-degree felony charge of gross sexual imposition. The indictment alleges that on or about Jan. 1, 2019 and continuing through March 19, 2020 he had sexual contact with an underage child.
Tres P. Genco, 20, Hillsboro, faces a charge of making a terroristic threat between Aug. 1, 2019 and March 25, 2020, and if convicted, would forfeit ownership of a 2009 Audi TT that the indictment alleged was instrumental in the commission of the crime.
I guess that was the local grand jury, not a Federal? But why would it take another year to take this case Federal? And what’s this about his car?
COLUMBUS, Ohio — When Tres Genco’s mother called sheriff’s deputies to her Highland County home last year – she told them her son was out of control.
On March 12, 2020, Highland County sheriff’s deputies responded to a Hillsboro home where Genco’s mother claimed her son had threatened to “take care of her” and heard him cock a gun.
Locked in his room, a sheriff’s report obtained by 10TV News details how deputies convinced Genco to come out of his home unarmed.
Well done, *LOCAL* law enforcement!
Through questioning him and conducting a search warrant, deputies later discovered an AR-15 with a bump-stock in Genco’s black Audi, along with additional items in his home – including firearms, ammo, body armor, and “disturbing writings that appeared to (be) plans Tres had of committing a mass shooting at OSU Medical in Columbus (sic) Ohio on May 23, 2020,” according to a sheriff’s report obtained by 10TV News.
The “machine gun” that you’ll hear about in every mainstream account of Genco… was a rifle with a bump stock.
Ironically, a Federal appeals court in Ohio ruled in March 2021 that Trump’s bump-stock ban is unlawful. This offense occurring a year earlier, however, means Genco can still be charged with “owning a machine gun”.
What local authorities discovered in March 2020 turned into a federal indictment this week – accusing of Tres Genco of plotting to conduct a mass shooting of women on a university campus in Ohio.
If the FBI did anything about Genco prior to last month’s bothering to arrest him, it was grooming him for use as a windup toy:
During his questioning by investigators with the Highland County Sheriff’s Office, Genco was questioned about a trip he took to Greece in August of 2019, his writings on hotel stationery, joining the Army months later and whether “joining the military was needed to carry out the attack on OSU.”
According to a summary of the interview with investigators, Tres told deputies he was “F#$^ing stupid for talking” to authorities without a lawyer but claimed that he was not a terrorist and dismissed his writings as done out of “possible boredom or depression.”
Greece? I couldn’t find anything more, alas, but this is sounding very much like the FBI trolled the Incel forums looking for a violent loser and upon finding one, began winding him up… until his mother involved local authorities before he could be popped.
Genco identified as an “incel” or “involuntary celibate.” The incel movement is an online community of predominantly men who harbor anger towards women. Incels seek to commit violence in support of their belief that women unjustly deny them sexual or romantic attention to which they believe they are entitled.
That is not an accurate or honest description of the incel community. The author can believe this if he wants but here, it’s a formal accusation of guilt-by-association.
According to the indictment, Genco maintained profiles on a popular incel website from at least July 2019 through mid-March 2020. Genco was a frequent poster on the site.
The boldfaced cannot be true because four months of that was Army basic training. I don’t think their standards have fallen enough for recruits to have unfiltered Internet access with which to publicly call themselves delusional murderers on FBI-monitored forums.
In one post, Genco allegedly detailed spraying “some foids and couples” with orange juice in a water gun. “Foids” is an incel term short for “femoids,” referring to women. According to the charging document, Genco compared his “extremely empowering action” to similar conduct by known incel, Elliot Rodger. In May 2014, Rodger killed six people and injured 14 others, including shooting individuals outside a University of California, Santa Barbara sorority house. Prior to his mass attack, Rodger shot a group of college students with orange juice from a water gun.
This was my first tip-off to check for false flagging. Nobody believes that Elliot Rodger was the Martin Luther of the Incel movement except the FBI. I maintain my theory, that Rodger was homosexual and did his killings in frustration that his would-be lovers preferred chicks to dicks. That would explain the Narrative’s need to reinvent him as not just an Incel but the King of Incels.
No accounts have yet surfaced of that alleged OJ squirting.
Genco also allegedly wrote a manifesto, stating he would “slaughter” women “out of hatred, jealousy and revenge…” and referring to death as the “great equalizer.” As part of this investigation, law enforcement agents discovered a note of Genco’s that indicated he hoped to “aim big” for a kill count of 3,000 people and intended to attend military training. Searches of Genco’s electronics revealed that the day he wrote his manifesto, he searched online for sororities and a university in Ohio.
It is alleged that in 2019, Genco purchased tactical gloves, a bulletproof vest, a hoodie bearing the word “revenge,” cargo pants, a bowie knife, a skull facemask, two Glock 17 magazines, a 9mm Glock 17 clip and a holster clip concealed carry for a Glock.
None of that is cause for alarm. Um… where’s the Glock? Didn’t he got a Glock at the same time as the rest of that stuff? Or was a ‘friend’ going to give him a special one?
Genco attended Army Basic Training at Ft. Benning, Georgia, from August through December 2019.
Genco publicly announces on social media, in a forum notoriously scrutinized by Feds, that he’s going to murder a bunch of women, then buys Glock stuff and joins the Army to get the sacred, secret ninja knowledge of how to kill people with a machine gun.
One thing I’ve picked up on, watching the lies and liars, is to pay attention to who the lie is being told to. The general public is supposed to hear “he was a sexless Incel loser”. The reason for the military training angle, however, is to convince Federal authorities who aren’t insiders. They have the preconceived notion of “bitter, armed veteran” and Genco having barely graduated from Basic under curious circumstances is enough to confirm that preconception.
The first rule of lying is to tell people what they want to hear.
It should go without saying that basic military training does little to make a man into a proficient killer. Frankly, it would be more plausible in today’s Army if Incels signed up hoping to get a turn with the Mattress Girls. The odds are excellent if you don’t mind being the fifth one in.
In January 2020, Genco allegedly wrote a document entitled “Isolated” that he described as “the writings of the deluded and homicidal.” Genco signed the document, “Your hopeful friend and murderer.”
Sounds like the author of that manifesto wanted it to be as incriminating as possible.
The charging document claims Genco conducted surveillance at an Ohio university on Jan. 15, 2020. That same day, he allegedly searched online for topics including “how to plan a shooting crime” and “when does preparing for a crime become attempt?”
Seriously? “Alexa, help me plan a mass murder.” “The FBI suggests you be photographed wandering around the local college campus.”
On March 12, 2020, local police officers responded to Genco’s residence in Highland County. At the residence, in the trunk of Genco’s vehicle, police officers found, among other things, firearm with a bump stock attached, several loaded magazines, body armor and boxes of ammunition. Inside the residence, police officers found a Glock-style 9mm semiautomatic pistol, with no manufacturer’s marks or serial number, hidden in a heating vent in Genco’s bedroom.
I was right, he *did* get a special Glock from a friend! He was about to secretly acquire a ‘ghost gun’ then traceably purchased all the stuff that goes with it… Genco must be dumber than a sack of bricks.
Genco is charged with one count of attempting to commit a hate crime which, because it involved an attempt to kill, is punishable by up to life in prison and one count of illegally possessing a machine gun which is punishable by up to 10 years.
Let’s get into his biographical/social media history.
Who is Tres Genco? Ohio ‘incel’, 21, allegedly wanted to kill over 3,000 women in mass shooting
By Srivats Lakshman, 21 July 2021
The same day that the FBI arrested him? That’s too fast to be honest journalism.
The 21-year-old is a resident of Hillsboro, Ohio. Beyond the Department of Justice press release, little is known about Genco. The DoJ says he attended Army Basic Training in Georgia from August to December 2019 but was discharged for entry-level performance and conduct. He does have an Instagram and Twitter account, but they don’t appear to be frequently used. On Instagram for instance, Genco has only a handful of pictures.
Not suspicious at all, that his social media presence amounted to little more than self-incriminations of Federal-level hate crimes.
Can my veteran readers say what “entry-level performance and conduct” means?
Based on his Twitter account bio, Genco studied at Ohio University and appears to have an interest in computer science. His Twitter account is filled with retweets about computers linked to brain functions, a niche area of research recently made popular by Elon Musk’s company Neuralink. We found a Facebook page that belongs to Genco, which says he is originally from Santa Cruz, California. The account states he currently lives in Chillicothe and started studying at Ohio University in February 2021.
STATEMENT REGARDING ARREST OF TRES GENCO
As has been widely reported in the media, on July 21, 2021 the FBI arrested an Ohio resident, Tres Genco, on federal charges stemming from an alleged plan to conduct a mass shooting at a university in Ohio. The Ohio University Police Department (OUPD) is also aware of posts on Genco’s social media sites asserting that he is a student at Ohio University; however, Genco is not now, nor ever has been, enrolled at OHIO.
OUPD conferred with the FBI prior to Genco’s arrest and despite his social media posts, there was no indication that Genco planned to target Ohio University.
The FBI found a note saying Genco hoped to “aim big” for a kill count of 3,000 people, and even referenced the same day as Rodger’s attack. He also wrote a chilling manifesto, claiming he would “slaughter” women “out of hatred, jealousy, and revenge” and referring to death as the “great equalizer.” The same day he wrote the manifesto, he allegedly searched for sororities and a university in Ohio.
A chilling manifesto that nobody is allowed to actually read. I hate that. It’s the legal equivalent of “Of course he’s guilty but you need to take my word for it”. On the occasions when my true-crime interest has gained access to such manifestos and writings, well, they don’t inspire copycats if you take my meaning.
Two chilling manifestos, apparently. This is the best I can do:
In August 2019, Genco allegedly drafted a manifesto titled, “A Hideous Symphony a manifesto written by Tres Genco, the socially exiled Incel,” in which he detailed how his plans to join the military would contribute to his violent plans, according to the Justice Department.
“I would hope these words resonate in sweet familiarity to fellow incels, either cognizant of their situation or not,” Genco wrote. “I am already set to go into the U.S. Army… this training will be for the attainment of one reality, the death of what I have been deprived most, but also cherish and fantasize at the opportunity of having but has been neglected of; Women. I will slaughter out of jealousy, hatred, and revenge… I will take away the power of life that they withhold from me, by showing there is more than just happiness and fulfillment, there is all encompassing death, the great equalizer that will bear all of us into its seductively calm velvet of silence and serenity.”
Either Genco is lacking in the IQ department or his FBI case officer didn’t bother to make it sound like something a functional person might say.
That same month, Genco began Army Basic Training in Georgia. However, he was discharged from the Army in December 2019 for poor performance and conduct, according to the indictment.
In January 2020, Genco allegedly wrote a another document entitled “Isolated” that he described as “the writings of the deluded and homicidal” and signed it as “Your hopeful friend and murderer,” authorities said.
Delusional people are not usually so careful to self-incriminate.
I can believe that Genco has severe personality defects that make him legitimately interesting to police. I cannot believe that the FBI acted in good faith. Timeline:
August 2019: “I’m a sexless loser and I’m gonna kill people!” written on hotel stationary in Greece.
August-Dec 2019 *military basic training*
January 2020: “I can’t wait to kill people now that the Army said I’m not soldier material! So angry!”
March 2020: Mother calls police on him for acting bizarre. Police talk him down and investigate.
June 2020: Grand jury indictment.
July 2021: FBI sounds the alarm and swoops in to stop the “terrorist”. Mainstream media outlets everywhere begin screaming about the barely averted bloodbath.
Everything about this is false-flag. Multiple manifestos offering lurid excerpts but with the full contents kept secret… bump-stock “machine guns” with a “ghost gun” chaser… a college student that the college never knew about… plotting a mass murder over a year old at the time of his arrest, with confusion about who exactly was targeted… perp is the barest definition of a “bitter veteran” possible… social media was almost nothing but easily accessible threats of violence… it’s like Trey Genco’s story was designed for maximum up-front emotional appeal. Somebody was working an audience.
Which leaves me with my final question: Why now? Why does the FBI want to be in the limelight now? This is always a difficult question because what I think is politically important, is rarely what the fart-sniffing, foreign-agent bureaucrats in Swampland think is important. Budget season is always a good guess… let’s see what Congress is about to vote on…
H.R.4505 – Commerce, Justice, Science, and Related Agencies Appropriations Act, 2022
Introduced 19 July 2021 so the timing is excellent… it addresses funding for the Justice Dept….
Federal Bureau Of Investigation, salaries and expenses
For necessary expenses of the Federal Bureau of Investigation for detection, investigation, and prosecution of crimes against the United States, $10,219,858,000, of which not to exceed $216,900,000 shall remain available until expended: Provided, That $5,000,000 shall be for the Corruption/Civil Rights Section for additional expenses relating to the enforcement of section 210401 of the Violent Crime Control and Law Enforcement Act of 1994 (34 U.S.C. 12601), criminal enforcement under sections 241 and 242 of title 18, United States Code, and administrative enforcement by the Department of Justice, including compliance with consent decrees or judgements entered into under such section 210401: Provided further, That not to exceed $284,000 shall be available for official reception and representation expenses.
I guess five million bucks is a good reason… no, Section 210401 refers to juvenile crime and Genco was 19 when this story started.
State And Local Justice Activities: Office On Violence Against Women: violence against women prevention and prosecution programs
(including transfer of funds)
For grants, contracts, cooperative agreements, and other assistance for the prevention and prosecution of violence against women, as authorized by [redacted for brevity], and for related victims services, $753,800,000, to remain available until expended… That of the amount provided—
(1) $223,000,000 is for grants to combat violence against women, as authorized by part T of the 1968 Act;
(3) $2,500,000 is for the National Institute of Justice and the Bureau of Justice Statistics for research, evaluation, and statistics of violence against women and related issues addressed by grant programs of the Office on Violence Against Women, which shall be transferred to “Research, Evaluation and Statistics” for administration by the Office of Justice Programs;
(4) $22,000,000 is for a grant program to provide services to advocate for and respond to youth victims of domestic violence, dating violence, sexual assault, and stalking; assistance to children and youth exposed to such violence; and assistance to middle and high school students through education and other services related to such violence, of which $5,000,000 is to engage men and youth in preventing domestic violence, dating violence, sexual assault, and stalking…
(5) $70,000,000 is for grants to encourage arrest policies as authorized by part U of the 1968 Act, of which $4,000,000 is for a homicide reduction initiative, and up to $8,000,000 is for a domestic violence firearms lethality reduction initiative;
(8) $38,000,000 is for grants to reduce violent crimes against women on campus, as authorized by section 304 of the 2005 Act, of which $19,000,000 is for grants to Historically Black Colleges and Universities, Hispanic-Serving Institutions, and Tribal colleges, which shall not be subject to the restrictions of section 304(a)(2) of such Act;
(18) $20,300,000 is for a grant program to support restorative justice responses to domestic violence, dating violence, sexual assault, and stalking, including evaluations of those responses: Provided, That the definitions and grant conditions in section 40002 of the 1994 Act shall apply to this program;
(24) $5,000,000 is to address emerging issues related to violence against women: Provided, That the grant conditions in section 40002(b) of the 1994 Act shall apply to this initiative…
$5M is good but >$360M is better. An incel plotting hate-motivated violence against a sorority of college women checks a lot of these funding boxes, now doesn’t he?
But I could easily be wrong. In this modern gynocracy, any excuse to hate unattractive men is valuable. And hard to honestly come by.