Cyberstalking suspect told OKCupid victim he planned ‘killing spree’

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KeyboardSEATTLE — A 24-year-old man is accused of stalking a victim on, telling her that he planned a “killing spree” if she didn’t date him.

Adam Martin Carter-Campbell was recently charged in King County Superior Court for felony cyberstalking of a 22-year-old victim, court documents show. He is being held in King County Jail in lieu of $100,000 bail.

Carter-Campbell first contacted the victim over the matchmaking site this summer. According to court documents, Carter-Campbell messaged the victim, saying he wanted to date her. She said no and the contact stopped for a time, but later started up at an alarming rate. The victim told Carter-Campbell that she wanted to stop all communication, and he allegedly grew upset, stating he would kill himself if communication stopped.


The victim blocked Carter-Campbell, but he allegedly sent the her messages from another account, saying “You just gotta be nicer to me, that way I won’t have the inclination to go kill a bunch of people,” court documents show. He also said, “you gotta be friends with me, you don’t have a choice.”

Carter-Campbell allegedly referenced the victim’s place of employment, and said he planned to come in and ask her to “marry him.”

When police contacted Carter-Campbell, he allegedly admitted to sending the threatening messages, saying he did it for “shock value.” He also said he felt “entitled” to make the statements of a mass shooting because of the way the victim, other women and society had treated him, court documents allege.

Carter-Campbell was arrested on Sept. 26. Three computers were seized from his home as evidence.

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  • Adam

    That's a blatant lie. I didn't say I did it for "shock value" and I never mentioned the word "entitled". I also never said the words "killing spree". What is with these fake quotes? I guess it would to be too much to ask for real reporting from Fox "News".

  • Adam

    In ancient days, sharing all of your possessions was of the utmost importance for survival in the desert, but moving to cities people began to neglect this duty which had become no less important. In the Bible Jesus says, "If anyone will not welcome you or listen to your words, leave that home or town and shake the dust off your feet. Truly I tell you, it will be more bearable for Sodom and Gomorrah on the day of judgement than for that town."

    What you don't see in the words of this article is the context. I gave up my livelihood, my possessions, my home. I went to the people of this website, people who claimed to be in search of friendship, and I asked them to provide me a roof for my head, and food for my sustenance, but despite my needs I was turned away again and again and again.

    The, my friends, is the reason for all killing sprees. Feel free to lock me up if you find my words "threatening", but the fact is you are a force of evil, and I am a force of good.

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