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As you know from last week’s story, the Agawam Police reported that the man who threatened Latino and African-Americans with violence on Facebook, was actually hacked.
However, several people have sent us screenshots of things he previously posted in the past, which seem to be consistent with the racially charged threats of violence he made last week.
Those are from June 17, 2017. The woman who sent them remembers him well and likely considers him a threat if she has held onto them for 2 years. Was he hacked then too? Asking for a friend.
I’m going to go out on a limb and assume that based on the similar writing styles, the references to women who “think they’re black” and who “hate being white,” as well as the foul language and offers to enact violence on others at his house in Agawam, that he wasn’t actually hacked last week. And if he was, it looks like the person who “hacked him” just so happens to talk exactly like him. I’d personally love to see the APD follow up with this one, because falling for the “I was hacked” line, from a guy who has done this before, isn’t the best look.
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