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The Twitter account believed to belong to 15-year-old James Edwards, one of the three teens charged in the murder of Australian student Chris Lane, is filled with graphic and shocking language about killing, smoking and even hating white people.
Edwards and Chancey Luna, 16, have been charged with first degree murder in the case. They each face life in prison and are being held without bond in Duncan, Okla. Micheal Jones, 17, has been charged with using a vehicle to facilitate the discharge of a weapon and accessory after the fact of murder in the first degree.
UNDATED: In this booking photo released by Stephens County Oklahoma Sheriff's Department, murder suspect James Francis Edwards Jr., 15, of Duncan, Oklahoma is seen. Credit: Getty Images
This combination made with booking photos provided by the Stephens County, Okla., Sheriffs Department, shows, from left, James Francis Edwards Jr., 15, Michael Dewayne Jones, 17, and Chancey Allen Luna, 16, all of Duncan, Okla. Credit: AP
In one outrageous tweet, Edwards writes: "90% of white ppl are nasty. #HATE THEM."
In another, he claims he "knocked out 5 woods since Zimmerman court." The word "woods" is also a derogatory term used to describe white people.
TheBlaze has compiled a list of the Edwards's most hateful and inflammatory Twitter posts, some of which are reportedly lyrics from rap songs (WARNING! Very graphic content):
And there was plenty more where that came from on his account.
TheBlaze has also reported on other photos and videos discovered on various social media sites appearing to belong to Edwards. These messages were taken from the now-deactivated Facebook account believed to belong to the accused teen (Warning! Strong language):
A photograph of a handgun from a Facebook page appearing to belong to suspect James Edwards. (Facebook)
It was also revealed on Wednesday that the three teens may have been members of a gang in Duncan, Okla.
James Johnson, 52, claims his son, Christopher, told him at least one of the accused teenagers was going to kill him.
Johnson says Edwards threatened to kill his son on Facebook “because they are in a gang, the Crips, and were trying to get my son in it and I wouldn’t let him do it.”
Read more about Johnson's claims here.