By KB Tindal
Hip Hop Vibe Staff Writer
America and the public are tense and for good reason. There was once a time when certain things could be guaranteed, like children being safe in school, which now does not sound as likely. Right before Christmas, the Connecticut massacre took place and right before summer started, there was an explosion at the Boston Marathons.
Even before bombings became prominent in the United States, making a terrorist threat could cause serious trouble. Now, when a terrorist threat is made, it makes national news, especially if it is coming from the Northeast. With Boston being the location of the last massacre, it becomes an even bigger deal.
Boston has a growing hip hop scene and Cammy Dee is one of the rappers trying to make it to the top. One thing is for sure, Cammy Dee is now famous after he rapped a terrorist threat in his lyrics. Since the video was released, Cammy Dee has been arrested and the arresting officer released a statement.
Read the statement to the Valley Patriot below:
Police Chief Joe Solomon told the Valley Patriot this afternoon that D’Ambrosio a sent text message and posted terrorist threats on social media. “We took this very seriously,” Chief Solomon said. “He posted a threat in the form of rap where he mentioned the White House, the Boston Marathon bombing, and said ‘everybody you will see what I am going to do, kill people.” Superintendent of Schools Judy Scannell said that the student was not in school today, but that a student at Methuen High School saw the posting on Facebook and notified the school administration who notified police. “Once again we have to commend the Methuen High School Student who came forward, we always say, if you see something, say something, and that’s what this student did. We also want to commend the school safety officers and the administration for bringing this to our attention immediately. Threats of this kind of violence is unacceptable and will not be tolerated, not in Methuen they won’t.” The police chief says that D’Ambrosio faces up to 20 years for felony charges of communicating terrorist threats under MGL. Ch. 269, Section 14. Bail has been set at $1MIL.