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Highland Park shooters left an online trail of violent images

Ben Collins covers disinformation, extremism, and the Internet on NBC News.

Dennis Romero contributed.

Robert "Bobby" E. Climo III, a person of interest identified by police after a shooting on Monday in the suburbs of Chicago, killed 6 people, 38 people Injured and according to numerous profiles that appear to belong to him, mass shootings and public killings on social media platforms.

Kurimo appeared as a rapper who went by the name "Awake". A recent music video included a depiction of a mass slaughter.

The latest video of Klimo posted on YouTube showed him in the aftermath of shooting at school. It ends with Kurimo dressed in the American flag. Another music video showed a cartoon depiction of a man shot by police with a long gun, wearing a shirt with the YouTube channel logo.

The YouTube account that hosted his video, which was previously open to the public, is no longer available on Monday night.

Crimo had its own Discord server where fans and people who knew him were chatting. The community featured a political committee filled with nihilistic political memes. The latest pre-shoot post in March included a picture of Budd Dwyer, a Pennsylvania accountant who committed suicide on live television in the late 1980s, and "politicians still made the following speech: I hope this. "

At Discord, fans shared a post that Crimo created himself. One of the obvious selfies Kurimo took in March is a reference to suicide, "send a screenshot of the cursed image to everyone or promise not to be alive anymore."

After the shooting on Monday, 4chan trolls invaded the community, praised the shooters and used it as a meeting place to post memes about the attack. The Discord channel was shut down around 6pm. Only a few hours after ET and Kurimo were nominated as interested figures.

Kurimo also frequently posted on bulletin boards discussing graphic depictions of murder, suicide, and death. His latest post on that message board came last week when he posted a video of beheading.

Krimo did not frequently post about major politicians on his website, except for two posts about former President Donald Trump.

A video posted on Klimo's YouTube page on January 2, 2021 shows Klimo among a number of protesters cheering for Trump's convoy outside the airport. There seems to be. Kurimo turns the smartphone and shows her face at the end of the video.

Climo can also be seen covered by the Trump flag posted on Twitter on June 27, 2021. Posts are capped with only the word "spam".

Mark Hayman, 22, who said he attended Highland Park High School with Kurimo, said he was the rapper who released the music when he was attending school with him.

Hayman said he can't remember much about Kurimo. "He always seemed a little off, but I can't explain more," he said.

Reportedly, Climo's father, who owned a convenience store, failed to run for Mayor of Highland Park in 2019.

This is a developing story. Please check for updates.