Cameron D'Ambrosio Bomb Threat Rap Song : Boston-Area Student Faces Terrorism Charges

A Boston-area high school student who allegedly threatened to carry out a bombing worse than the Boston Marathon attacks could face 20 years in jail if found guilty, according to multiple reports.

Cameron D'Ambrosio, 18, an amateur rapper and Methuen High School student, admitted Wednesday to having written a post on his Facebook page that said, "[Expletive] a boston bominb wait till u see the [expletive] I do, I'ma be famous rapping, and beat every murder charge that comes across me!" [sic], according to court documents, the Boston Herald reported.

Police learned of the threats after a student alerted a school official, the Herald writes.

School Superintendant Judith Scannell said D'Ambrosio's threats weren't made against a specific person or the school, but alluded to general violence, according to the North Jefferson News.

"When we're just recovering from what occurred in Boston, to make a threat and use what occurred in Boston to enhance your threat, is extremely alarming for us," Methuen Police Chief Joseph Solomon said at a press conference after D'Ambrosio was apprehended.

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