School shooter heard saying he’s ‘gonna have so much fun’ before massacre

Chilling recordings of a disturbed teenager who slaughtered four school pupils have been heard in court.

Ethan Crumbley, 16, was found to have carried out the disgusting shooting with a semi-automatic handgun, opening fire and killing four students in Oxford High School.

The Detroit, United States shooting left Tate Myre, 16, Hana St. Juliana, 14, Justin Shilling, 17, and Madisyn Baldwin, 17, dead, while six other pupils and a teacher were injured.

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Killer Crumbley carried out the mass shooting when he was aged 15, and recent audio recordings played to court heard the killer say he was "gonna have so much fun".

The skin crawling recordings were played to the court, with prosecutors playing the audio to determine whether he should be sentenced to life in prison with no parole, reported.

Crumbley was heard saying: "My name is Ethan Crumbley, age 15, and I am going to be the next school shooter. I’ve thought about this a lot. I can’t stop thinking about it. But it’s constantly in my head."

A separate recording heard the now 16-year-old say: "I’m gonna have so much fun tomorrow. I will walk behind someone, and I will shoot a bullet into their skull. And that’s the first victim."

His disgusting comments went further, as another recording heard Crumbley talk of showing fellow pupils how they were "brainwashed".

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He said: "I’m gonna open fire on everyone in the hallway … I will try to hit as many people as I can. I will reload, and I will find people hiding. I want to teach them a lesson of how they are wrong, of how they are being brainwashed."

Diary entries were also presented by prosecutors, who showed Crumbley had written his intent to "shoot up the school so f***ing badly".

A further entry showed he wanted the "first victim to be a pretty girl with a future so she can suffer just like me," and that he would "continue shooting people until police breach the building."

Said entries also documented Crumbley's alleged desire to "plead guilty to life in prison" after surrendering to police.

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