The man who gunned down seven co-workers in suburban Boston in December had shortly before admonished someone on an Internet forum, saying "Thou Shalt Not Kill." Michael M. McDermott, who police say blasted through the offices of Edgewater Technology, an Internet company in Wakefield, Mass., where he was employed as a software tester, apparently had frequented Internet forums and given advice on explosives, according to the Associated Press.
In one exchange, McDermott responded to someone who was trying to help protect Christians in Indonesia and wanted advice on buying or building land mines. "It would seem that some ‘Christians' have forgotten the Sixth Commandment. It is hard to imagine Jesus resorting to land mines," McDermott wrote.