Excerpts from violent emails of Calif. professor

Aug 2, 2012, 2:14 AM

(AP) – Excerpts from emails to himself and his wife included in court filings in the case of Rainer Reinscheid, a professor charged with arson after the suicide of his 14-year-old son Claas Stubbe, a student at University High School in Irvine:

_ “I will find this vice principal and find out where he lives, then I will wait for him and kill him. I will force him to tie a rope around his neck and if he is too coward, I will do it for him in front of his wife and children.”

_ “I have dreams about going to Uni High and setting the place on fire, burning down every single building and then killing myself in the same place where Claas died. I am thinking about getting a dozen machine guns…. Then I will shoot at least 200 students before killing myself.”

_ “I want it all burned to the ground, I will try my best to accomplish a fire storm that destroys every single building. After that I will join Claas and be with him the same way and the same place where his short life ended.”

_ “When you look up to the sun, you will see me kissing you, the warm beams are my hands on your skin and your face. I will always be with you my Darling, because there will be no other one for me in this life, just you.”

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Excerpts from violent emails of Calif. professor