Dean Krein, a man that is literally the definition of sh*t. People who want to commit suicide never think about those affected by their actions. Just for this, I hope this asshole lives until he's 90 years old, and dies alone. One women he chatted with was going to kill herself and her two kids, what a worthless selfish bitch.
http://www.sfgate.com/cgi-bin/article.cgi?...NG4QBA2I81.DTL#An Oregon man who recently moved from Northern California has been arrested on suspicion of soliciting women and children on the Internet for a Valentine's Day mass suicide on the lawn of his parents' home.
Dean Krein, 26, was arrested Wednesday in Klamath Falls, a town of 20,000 just 15 miles north of the California border.
Krein was arraigned Thursday on a charge of solicitation to commit murder. That charge stems from one woman he contacted who apparently planned to kill her two children before she killed herself, said Capt. Chris Montenaro of the Klamath County Sheriff's Department.
Montenaro said authorities were alerted to the plan on Tuesday by a Canadian woman who was to participate in what Krein called his "suicide party. "
"When she discovered that (the killing of children) was to occur, she got uneasy," Montenaro said. After Krein's arrest, police searched his parents' home, where he lived, and seized his computer.
Montenaro said Krein had moved from Northern California -- investigators were still trying to determine from where -- and his parents had previously lived in Sacramento and its suburb of Citrus Heights. Krein was reportedly unemployed and moved to Klamath Falls to care for his father.
The Canadian woman printed conversations from a Yahoo chat room where Krein allegedly discussed the killing of children as part of the mass suicide, Montenaro said, adding that authorities are trying to locate those children.
So far, sheriff's investigators have identified several individuals who planned to travel to Klamath Falls for the mass suicide. Krein solicited as many as 32 people for the event, authorities said. Investigators at the sheriff's department have subpoenaed chat room conversations and user names from Yahoo and say they are racing the clock to identify as many people as possible before Monday. The chat room was online for several months and Montenaro said he did not know how many people had planned to travel to Oregon to commit suicide.
A Yahoo spokeswoman said Friday afternoon that she was unaware of the situation and could not immediately comment on the company's role in the investigation.
While the mass suicide was to happen in Oregon, authorities worry that some may now do it on their own. Krein has refused to talk to investigators since his arrest, Montenaro said. "He is all but clammed up."