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UC Santa Barbara killer Elliot Rodger sought to punish ‘spoiled, stuck-up blond slut[s]‘

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By Renee Nal

The UC Santa Barbara campus killer Elliot Rodger went on a murderous rampage that resulted in the death of seven people on Friday night. The reason for this killing spree was evidently sexual frustration.

Rodger killed “at least” six people, and injured seven others, who “were taken to area hospitals,” according to the Washington Post, which continues to report that “at least one of these victims has already undergone surgery for a life-threatening injury.”

In a video the killer posted on YouTube, he explained that he has been “forced to endure an existence of loneliness, rejection and unfulfilled desires” and has had to “rot in loneliness.” He lays out his plan to…

…enter the hottest sorority house of UCSB and I will slaughter every single spoiled, stuck-up blond slut I see inside there…

He continues to say “If I can’t have you, girls, I will destroy you.”

Watch the video here:

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