Two Utah high school students were arrested January 25th after authories were tipped off about threatening text messages pointing to a terrorist attack on their school. Police say the teens had plans to bomb Roy High School during an assembly and then make a dramatic airborne getaway. Most frightening is the fact that authorities say that the two seemingly normal students actually had the ability and resources to pull off their plan. One of the students even wrote a front-page article for his school paper on the mass shootings at Colorado’s Columbine High School and Virginia Tech and what actions were being taken at their own school to prevent a similar incident. He went so far as to travel from Utah to Colorado to interview the school principal at Columbine, in what authorities now say was likely a fact-finding and discovery mission.
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