The FBI sent a cyber tip to Concord police concerning threatening comments made in online chatrooms. According to the San Francisco Gate, those threats, “consisted of threats against Jewish people, threats to commit a mass shooting at a synagogue and threats to shoot at law enforcement.”

Concord police later arrested Ross Farca, 23, and charged him with “making criminal threats, possession of an illegal assault rifle, and manufacturing an assault rifle,” reports the SF Gate.

In online chats, Farca allegedly claimed he would livestream his murder spree and referred to Jews as “subhuman.” JWeekly has more:

Ross Anthony Farca, 23, said in the chatroom on the video game platform Steam that he wanted to emulate the Poway synagogue shooter “except with a Nazi uniform on,” The Mercury News reported.

…He remains in custody at the Contra Costa County Jail in lieu of $125,000 bail, and pleaded not guilty at his arraignment hearing.

His screen name on Steam is “Adolf Hitler (((6 Million))).” He statements came to light via a cyber-tip to the FBI.

He said in his chats that he would livestream his massacre of Jews to the internet, and then murder as many police officers as he could before they killed or captured him.

“I would probably get a body count of like 30 kikes and then like five police officers because I would also decide to fight to the death,” Farca said in a post, The Mercury News reported citing court records. In other posts, he allegedly discussed picking a “better target than some random synagogue,” and referred to Jews as “subhumans.”

 
 
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