Friend of Canadian Teen Who Planned ‘Valentine’s Day Massacre’ Defends Him on Twitter

Yesterday Canadian authorities said they foiled a mass murder plot by four young people, but denied it had anything to do with terrorism. Today the identity of one of the plotters was released:

Details are shaky, but it appears that he alerted the police about the plot he was involved in, and then took his own life before police arrived.

On Twitter today, an account of a person claiming to have been his friend defended his memory:

Obviously this is a young woman who is grieving for her friend, so her making excuses for him is understandable. However, just because James was nice to her doesn’t mean he wasn’t a monster. Whatever actually happened, I’m sure the Canucks will release more information about the plot. Thank goodness no one else was hurt.

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