My Twisted World by Elliot RodgerA 141-page manifesto/autobiography of Elliot Rodger. He details his life, his motivation for the 2014 Isla Vista attack, and his plans for carrying out the massacre.
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This manifesto contains graphic descriptions of violence, some sexuality, and misogynistic and racist remarks. Reader discretion is advised. Content is not suitable for minors.
Elliot Rodger: Inside the Mind of a Killer
Timeline to 'Retribution': Isla Vista attacks planned over years
Elliot Rodger 's rage-filled manifesto documents his growing fury with the world and his initial attacks on women and couples that he envied. One of those attacks occurred on his 22nd birthday. Fueled by vodka, Rodger decided on July 20, to party with the California college students he despised. That "last chance" turned bleak — a night that reflected his ambitions, fury and warped perspectives. It became a flashpoint leading up to last Friday's attacks that left six others dead and 13 injured. Rodger bought a bottle of vodka that night, taking a few shots for courage, maybe downing one too many.
In YouTube videos he posted late last week, Elliot Oliver Robertson Rodger looks and sounds like a sweet, gentle soul, but the words he speaks reveal a tormented, twisted view of the world. Especially of women, whom he is accused of having targeted in a shooting rampage that left six people dead near Santa Barbara, Calif. Rodger was found dead of a gunshot wound to the head Friday night in his black BMW after a long shooting spree throughout the tony community of Isla Vista, adjacent to Santa Barbara in Southern California. Seven people, including Rodger, were killed. Eight others were shot and wounded.
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The report counts Rodger among 13 alleged alt-right killers whose actions left 43 people dead and more than 60 injured since The alleged perpetrators were all men and most were under 30 years of age, the report says. One of them made several references to Rodger before carrying out his attack last year, the report says. Atchison, 21, entered a New Mexico high school Dec. The list also includes Dylann Roof, the white supremacist convicted of fatally shooting nine black members of a Bible study class in South Carolina in
Chat with us in Facebook Messenger. Find out what's happening in the world as it unfolds. More Videos Red flags from California shooter's past Story highlights Elliot Rodger wrote extensively in his journal, anticipating "retribution" for three years Rodger splashed coffee, tea and juice on students he envied He wrote that winning the lottery might be his only way to avoid violence Rodger bought his first gun after failing to win Mega Millions jackpot. The Isla Vista killer wrote in his "twisted world" journal that when his "life took a very dark turn" at 17, he began fantasizing about punishing "all of the popular kids and young couples for the crime of having a better life than me. Elliot Rodger, 22, stabbed to death three people in his apartment, shot two women to death outside a sorority house and killed another man inside a deli with gunfire before apparently killing himself near the campus of the University of California, Santa Barbara, on Friday, investigators said.