Teen arrested for terrorist threats on Facebook, Youtube
Massachusettes police found rap where he threatened White House and to kill people
A Massachusetts teenager was arraigned Thursday morning after being arrested for posting rap videos and images on social media that police saw as terroristic threats.
According to the Valley Patriot, the Methuen police arrested Cameron D'Ambrosio Wednesday after finding a rap video online where he mentioned the White House, the Boston Marathon bombing, and said ‘everybody you will see what I am going to do, kill people.'
The Boston Herald reports, D'Ambrosio pleaded not guilty Thursday morning and was ordered held without bail by a Massachusetts district court judge.
Methuen is located in northern Massachusetts on the New Hampshire border about 30 minutes from Boston.
A student apparently came forward and notified Methuen High School officials about posts on D'Ambrosio's Facebook and YouTube channels.
The police chief told the newspaper D'Ambrosio faces up to 20 years for for felony charges of communicating terrorist threats.