A Twenty One Year Man Begs For Guilty Making False Bomb Threats

 A Twenty One Year Man Begs For Guilty  Making False Bomb Threats

In the United States of America and the United Kingdom, a  twenty one year man has been begging for guilty making false bomb threats to  the educational citadels in these two great countries.

As a matter of fact,  the Department of Justice  have uttered that Timothy Vaughn of Winston-Salem, North Carolina was a member of the Apophis Squad, a collective of hackers intent on using the internet to sow chaos.

The indictment alleged the Apophis Squad engaged in “swatting,” in which a phony report is made to trigger deployment of emergency response teams.

Federal prosecutors say a 21-year-old man has pleaded guilty to sending false shooting and bomb threats to schools in the U.S. and Britain.


Prosecutors say Vaughn, who used the online handle “WantedbyFeds,” entered guilty pleas Monday to multiple counts including conspiring to make threats and possession of child pornography.


Further more, a co-defendant, 19-year-old George Duke-Cohan of Hertfordshire, United Kingdom, is currently serving a prison sentence in Britain for a hoax threat targeting an airliner.

Conclusively, the 21-year-old man has pleaded guilty to sending false shooting and bomb threats to schools in the U.S. and Britain.