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The Twilight franchise may have dodged a bullet today, literally, as a Missouri mom foiled her son’s plans to shoot-up the local theater’s Sunday showing of Twilight…
Blaec Lammers, 20, remained held on $500,000 bond Saturday after his mass murder plot was uncovered by a phone call from his mother to police.
The homicidal Missouri man planned to “slaughter viewers watching the Twilight movie” and then changed his mind focusing on a local Walmart to “ratchet up the death toll.”
Lammers told his mother he has aspirations to be like James Joker Holmes, the man killed 12 people and wounded 58 at a showing of Batman.
Once he fired off his 400 bullets into folks at the Walmart, Lammers told cops, he intended to “break the glass where the ammunition is being stored and get some more and keep shooting until police arrived.”
He hoped to fatally stab a Walmart worker as part of his dirty deed.
Lammers was charged with making a terroristic threat and armed criminal action. The suspect, who was receiving treatment for a mental illness, was locked up in the Polk County jail.
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