Two Georgia teens were so hellbent on setting a record for mass murder they compiled a “kill list” singling out their school’s black and disabled students, according to prosecutors.
Alfred Dupree, 19, and Victoria McCurley, 18, pleaded guilty on Friday to six counts of attempted murder and other charges connected to the plot on Etowah High School in Woodstock, Georgia, according to reports.
Prosecutors said the pair planned to use smoke bombs to “corral” students and teachers into a confined area where they would use “napalm and firearms” to “kill as many people as they could,” according to the Cherokee Tribune & Ledger-News.
“We’d like to get our numbers up higher than Las Vegas,” McCurley admitted telling investigators, referring to the Oct. 1, 2017, concert shooting where Stephen Paddock killed 58 people and injured hundreds more, according to the court reports.
The pair — who created a map of the school showing CCTV cameras — had weapons and explosives in McCurley’s home when they were arrested in Oct. 2017, according to The Atlanta Journal-Constitution.
Dupree — who the court heard was obsessed with Columbine and other mass shootings — was found with the “kill list” that listed black and special education students and their teacher, according to the reports.
It was in a journal that also had racial slurs and swastikas, according to the Cherokee Tribune & Ledger-News.
The pair both pleaded guilty to six counts of conspiracy to commit murder, one count of conspiracy to commit arson and one count of unlawful possession of a destructive device, according to court documents.
The sentencing hearing is due to continue on Monday.