YouTube, Instagram, Discord, and Twitter quickly moved to pull down social media pages that belonged to Robert Cremo III, a man interested in the Chicago suburb shooting that left six people dead this afternoon and Dozens were injured. Under a pair of aliases, Cremo has posted more than a dozen videos on YouTube and hosted a Discord channel called “SS”, which was open to the public via an invite link.
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under a rap nickname, Joe ledge Name dwindling, it appears that Cremo has posted several albums for Spotify and several EPs and singles for Apple Music, both of which remain online as of this writing. Social media posts suggest that a TikTok account linked to Cremo may have been taken down as well.
ledge has reached out to all the platforms mentioned above for comment. As of press time no one has responded.
After the May mass shooting in Buffalo, New York, it was quickly revealed that the shooting suspect had discussed his plan of attack on a private Discord server. He also used Twitch to live-stream his attack. Less than two weeks later, the US Supreme Court ruled that it should be harder for states to ban guns.