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News Update: Ohio incel who planned mass shooting faces federal hate crime sentencing in July

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It's been a while since I last wrote about Tres Genco—eight months, actually. Previous thread here:

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Tres Genco, now 23, is scheduled to be sentenced on July 24th, 2023, at the Potter Stewart U.S. Courthouse in Cincinnati. On one count of an attempted hate crime in violation of 18 U.S.C. § 249(a)(2), Genco faces a statutory minimum of a fine and a statutory maximum of life in prison.

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Scheduling Order for Genco's Sentencing

The factual background of the case is actually fairly embarrassing for Genco. Unlike what Redditors have hypothesized, Genco was not caught as a result of online "sleuthing". In March 2020, 20-year-old Genco engaged in a heated argument with his mother, who he lived with. The argument was heated enough for his own mother to call the police on him. After law enforcement arrived, Genco admitted that he possessed an AR-15, equipped with a bump stock, in his car. After asking if Genco had any more firearms, the police received his consent to search his bedroom for a handgun. The police not only found the handgun, a 9mm with no markings or serial number, but also a handwritten note that apparently detailed a plan to commit a mass shooting. This allowed the police to return to Genco's home, this time with a search warrant, to check his devices.

For the contents of the handwritten note, Genco was charged at the state level for making terroristic threats, a 3rd-degree felony in Ohio, and was sentenced to 17 months in jail after entering an Alford plea. He was released early on parole in April 2021. In July 2021, some 16 months after his initial arrest, federal prosecutors secured an indictment charging him with one count of an attempted hate crime, for the plot to commit a mass shooting at a university in Ohio; and one count of unlawful possession of a machinegun, for the illegally modified 9mm handgun. Notably, Genco was not charged for the bump stock on his AR-15. This was likely due to litigation at the Sixth Circuit, whose appellate jurisdiction covers all federal district courts in Ohio, that called into question the constitutionality of the ATF's bump stock rule. But I digress.


Over the next year, Genco's public defenders filed multiple pretrial motions attacking the Government's case. While attempts to dismiss the charges were unsuccessful, Judge Susan J. Dlott found that the Highland County Sheriff's Office violated Genco's Fourth Amendment rights during their initial, warrantless search of his bedroom. For this violation, the Court suppressed some of the evidence against Genco under the exclusionary rule—that is, the Government would not be allowed to use that particular evidence at trial.

Finally, in September 2022, Genco accepted a plea bargain where he would plead guilty to the attempted hate crime, and the Government would dismiss the gun charge. The plea agreement itself remains sealed, so it is not yet public knowledge how both parties will approach sentencing. He entered a guilty plea the following month.

Sentencing memorandums, if filed, are due next month. Given § 249's extremely broad sentencing range, it will be interesting to see how the case plays out.
 
He dindu nuffin, literally.
 
Sanest man in Ohio
 
Free him mods
 
He deserved jail but he, like a lot of stupid criminals, was dumb enough to give his consent to search his place without a warrant. These are the sameness type of people who start blabbing to the police without a lawyer present. Absolute retardcel.

test guy GIF
 
He deserved jail but he, like a lot of stupid criminals, was dumb enough to give his consent to search his place without a warrant. These are the sameness type of people who start blabbing to the police without a lawyer present. Absolute retardcel.

test guy GIF
Never reveal your operational plans to anyone
 
He deserved jail but he, like a lot of stupid criminals, was dumb enough to give his consent to search his place without a warrant. These are the sameness type of people who start blabbing to the police without a lawyer present. Absolute retardcel.

test guy GIF
 
Imagine going to jail for a crime that you haven't even committed yet LMAO
 
He deserved jail but he, like a lot of stupid criminals, was dumb enough to give his consent to search his place without a warrant. These are the sameness type of people who start blabbing to the police without a lawyer present. Absolute retardcel.

test guy GIF
This, never work with the police and nevER comply just like ER did, he would have been busted if he was retarded as this guy and let the police into his domains, police are the foids weapons against incels
 
What a losER

Not only did he fail, he failed before being able to even carry out his plans in the first place.

NevER began.

Yeah sure his intentions were in line with the ideologies of blackpilled incels, but all that mattERs is OUTCOME OF ACTIONS (intentions are meaningless).

Upon analysis of the outcome of his actions, he didn’t do shit to bring awareness of inceldom, his actions didn’t have any positive influence on the lives of incels nor benefit the incel community in anyway whatsoevER.
 
What a losER

Not only did he fail, he failed before being able to even carry out his plans in the first place.

NevER began.

Yeah sure his intentions were in line with the ideologies of blackpilled incels, but all that mattERs is OUTCOME OF ACTIONS (intentions are meaningless).

Upon analysis of the outcome of his actions, he didn’t do shit to bring awareness of inceldom, his actions didn’t have any positive influence on the lives of incels nor benefit the incel community in anyway whatsoevER.
tbh if i had to live in ohio i too would probably lose my mind
 
It's been a while since I last wrote about Tres Genco—eight months, actually. Previous thread here:

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Tres Genco, now 23, is scheduled to be sentenced on July 24th, 2023, at the Potter Stewart U.S. Courthouse in Cincinnati. On one count of an attempted hate crime in violation of 18 U.S.C. § 249(a)(2), Genco faces a statutory minimum of a fine and a statutory maximum of life in prison.

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Scheduling Order for Genco's Sentencing

The factual background of the case is actually fairly embarrassing for Genco. Unlike what Redditors have hypothesized, Genco was not caught as a result of online "sleuthing". In March 2020, 20-year-old Genco engaged in a heated argument with his mother, who he lived with. The argument was heated enough for his own mother to call the police on him. After law enforcement arrived, Genco admitted that he possessed an AR-15, equipped with a bump stock, in his car. After asking if Genco had any more firearms, the police received his consent to search his bedroom for a handgun. The police not only found the handgun, a 9mm with no markings or serial number, but also a handwritten note that apparently detailed a plan to commit a mass shooting. This allowed the police to return to Genco's home, this time with a search warrant, to check his devices.

For the contents of the handwritten note, Genco was charged at the state level for making terroristic threats, a 3rd-degree felony in Ohio, and was sentenced to 17 months in jail after entering an Alford plea. He was released early on parole in April 2021. In July 2021, some 16 months after his initial arrest, federal prosecutors secured an indictment charging him with one count of an attempted hate crime, for the plot to commit a mass shooting at a university in Ohio; and one count of unlawful possession of a machinegun, for the illegally modified 9mm handgun. Notably, Genco was not charged for the bump stock on his AR-15. This was likely due to litigation at the Sixth Circuit, whose appellate jurisdiction covers all federal district courts in Ohio, that called into question the constitutionality of the ATF's bump stock rule. But I digress.


Over the next year, Genco's public defenders filed multiple pretrial motions attacking the Government's case. While attempts to dismiss the charges were unsuccessful, Judge Susan J. Dlott found that the Highland County Sheriff's Office violated Genco's Fourth Amendment rights during their initial, warrantless search of his bedroom. For this violation, the Court suppressed some of the evidence against Genco under the exclusionary rule—that is, the Government would not be allowed to use that particular evidence at trial.

Finally, in September 2022, Genco accepted a plea bargain where he would plead guilty to the attempted hate crime, and the Government would dismiss the gun charge. The plea agreement itself remains sealed, so it is not yet public knowledge how both parties will approach sentencing. He entered a guilty plea the following month.

Sentencing memorandums, if filed, are due next month. Given § 249's extremely broad sentencing range, it will be interesting to see how the case plays out.

What was tres account name
 
Thank you for the informative post as always.
 
There goes my hero:feelsaww:
 
Update: Court records indicate that Genco's sentencing has been postponed to August 31st, 2023.

@Grim_Reaper @AsiaCel @ilieknothing @WiZardThEgRaY @Wolnir @IncelKing @SocialzERo @LDARbeforeROPE @General Alek @Epedaphic
 
Update: Court records indicate that Genco's sentencing has been postponed to August 31st, 2023.

@Grim_Reaper @AsiaCel @ilieknothing @WiZardThEgRaY @Wolnir @IncelKing @SocialzERo @LDARbeforeROPE @General Alek @Epedaphic

Let’s play a guessing game, guess how long he’ll be in for.

I think he’s gonna get sentenced to 25 years to life. It’s ovER
 
Update: Court records indicate that Genco's sentencing has been postponed to August 31st, 2023.

@Grim_Reaper @AsiaCel @ilieknothing @WiZardThEgRaY @Wolnir @IncelKing @SocialzERo @LDARbeforeROPE @General Alek @Epedaphic
thank you for letting me know
 
poor bastard
It sucks that he got caught. If he was down low he would have been the 3rd incel to officially participate in the incel rebellion. 1)Elliot Rodger, 2)Alek Minissian, and 3)Tres Genco. Mr. Genco ruined his opportunity to become an incel hero, now he will be facing life in prison, if found guilty by jury.
 
Let’s play a guessing game, guess how long he’ll be in for.

I think he’s gonna get sentenced to 25 years to life. It’s ovER
I haven't gotten the chance to write an in-depth post on Genco's sentencing yet--but I recently learned that despite the statutory maximum of life in prison, the terms of the plea deal caps Genco's potential sentence to a maximum of 150 months, or 12.5 years. With good time credit, that should be a little over 10.5 years.

That's the prosecution's request. The defense is asking for time served. Best case scenario is that Genco is released next month.
 
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Mr. Genco ruined his opportunity to become an incel hero, now he will be facing life in prison, if found guilty by jury.
Genco already pleaded guilty. There is no jury trial in this matter. But the plea agreement allows him to avoid a sentence longer than 150 months.
 
Update: Court records indicate that Genco's sentencing has been postponed to August 31st, 2023.

@Grim_Reaper @AsiaCel @ilieknothing @WiZardThEgRaY @Wolnir @IncelKing @SocialzERo @LDARbeforeROPE @General Alek @Epedaphic
Thanks for the update!
 
Update: Genco's sentencing has been postponed again to October 19th, 2023.
 
They don't want to admit that they arrested an innocent guy.

Tres Genco is innocent
 
Who else came here from browsing the ADL's page on Incels.

According to them, a hate crime in his circumstance equals life in prison.

Also, he forgot to use encryption and a VPN to glow search. What a REtard.
 
Who else came here from browsing the ADL's page on Incels.

According to them, a hate crime in his circumstance equals life in prison.

Also, he forgot to use encryption and a VPN to glow search. What a REtard.
The ADL cited this thread specifically?
 
The ADL cited this thread specifically?
No. They just mentioned the name of the person on here who made himself hot.
 
Update: Genco's sentencing has been postponed yet again.
 

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