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Man accused of threatening former high school classmates before 20-year reunion

Bexar County Sheriff's Office

Jason Carroll Moss, 38, was arrested Friday night.

A 38-year-old Texas man who says he was bullied in high school has been accused of threatening his San Antonio classmates online before his 20-year reunion.

Jason Carroll Moss was arrested Friday night, just as the reunion weekend kicked off at a bar in Fair Oaks Ranch, according to the San Antonio Express-News. Moss was charged with misdemeanor harassment and released early Saturday on a personal recognizance bond.

Moss was arrested after some people who noticed the online posting contacted police.


Police say Moss reportedly admitted to posting harassing messages on a Facebook page for the John Marshall High School Class of 1992, the Express-News reported. He claimed he did so to prevent further bullying during the reunion, according to the Express-News.

About 150 people attended Saturday night’s event in the San Antonio area as police patrolled nearby.

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According to the Express-News, arrest warrant affidavit included Moss's Facebook comment:

“I stayed away from graduation at the time because I would have started the Columbine shootings early. I was picked on and bullied by a bunch of you when I went to school and I wanted to kill everyone that hurt me. I'm still seeking vengeance on all those who bullied and harassed me when I was growing up or went to school. You people do not know what you did to me.”

No published phone number could immediately be located for Moss and msnbc.com could not reach him for comment.

The Associated Press contributed to this report.

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