Teen accused of plotting US school attack wanted to break 'shooting record'

A teenager accused of plotting a school attack wrote that he wanted "instant recognition" for shooting a record number of victims and that he would not feel sorry about it, according to documents unsealed Tuesday. A black spiral notebook that authorities obtained from the 16-year-old boy's locker at Penn High School in Mishawaka, Indiana, contained handwritten entries in which the teen expressed his hatred for most of the people at the school. "I wanna break the current shooting record. I wanna get instant recognition. The only thing that stops me is the fact of being put in jail forever, or having to kill myself, or getting killed by an officer. I could kill anyone without feeling sorry because society sucks!!!" read an entry dated April 18, the day before he was arrested. The teenager has been charged with a juvenile count of conspiracy to commit murder and a denial plea has been entered on his behalf. A hearing is scheduled on June 11 to determine whether he will stay in juvenile custody.