You have to wonder why someone would announce plans in advance that they were going to shoot up a football stadium. My guess is that he was afraid that not enough people would show up at the game and he wouldn’t get the attention he so badly craved.
The real answer is that he never intended to shoot up the stadium at all and just wanted to create chaos, much the same Democrats in the Congress do. Neither one is capable of doing good, so they act out badly. Otherwise, no one would even know they exist.
Yuttana Choochongkol, a 30-year-old from San Antonio, Texas was arrested after several threats were traced back to him. He made the threat through a local radio station and in a direct threat to Heinz Field, home of the Pittsburgh Steelers, who were playing the Jacksonville Jaguars.
‘This Sunday’s playoff game in Pittsburgh is going to be like no other. Why? Because it’s going to be my last day on this pathetic planet.
So why not take some innocent lives with me? The Steelers game will be packed, and that’s when I plan on killing Steelers football players and fans before taking my own pitiful life.
After all, what does a person that is going to commit suicide have to lose? Absolutely nothing. So why not take out some million dollar Steelers players before me? Sounds like a good idea. Hahahahahah’
Police were able to trace the threats through the IP address which led them to Worldwide Clinical Trials in San Antonio. From there, they viewed surveillance video and they were able to finger Choochongkol as the one who sent the threats and they arrested him.
The Steelers thanked the police for catching the suspect and keeping their fans safe. The NFL was not so lucky. Already plagued by low viewership, the Steelers lost the game to set up an unexciting game between the Jaguars and the Patriots. The league was hoping for a Steelers Patriots game with teams who draw national interest.