The teen then shot himself and has been in "critical condition" in the hospital as of Thursday.
He has been charged with two counts of murder but police have been unable to serve him the petitions due to his condition.
Days before her death, Kuhn-Fricker, an attorney who founded an elder care company, sent an email to the principal of the high school attended by her daughter and the suspect, describing him as a "monster" who is "spreading hate," the Post reported, which also noted it "could not independently confirm that the accounts were tied to the boyfriend."She also attached several images from a Twitter account she believed belonged to the suspect, which praised Hitler, called for "white revolution," and contained slurs against the LGBTQ community and anti-Semitic comments, the Post reported."I would feel a little bad reporting him if his online access was to basically be a normal teen, but he is a monster, and I have no pity for people like that,” Kuhn-Fricker wrote in the email that was provided to the Post by an unidentified family friend. He is spreading hate.”Kuhn-Fricker's mother, Janet Kuhn, told the Post that a day before the murders, the family took her granddaughter to a friend's house to try and convince her to break up with the suspect.
Janet Kuhn said that while the teen was angry and tearful, she eventually agreed.
She said he made fun of another classmate by saying that he had "Jew curls." The teen also used to make anti-Semitic jokes with his friend, raise his hand and say "Heil Hitler," and "say things like 'The Nazis are coming back,'" Allem said.
According to Allem, the suspect "would try to manipulate" Kuhn-Fricker's daughter into hating her parents and told her that their "control over her is not warranted."He also made jokes and "references towards violence" against her parents, but "never acted on it until now," Allem told Buzz Feed News."All I know is he didn't like them very much," she said.
Allem told Buzz Feed News on Wednesday that she attended the Dominion School along with Kuhn-Fricker's daughter and the suspect.
The school's website states that it is a "coeducational, therapeutic special education day school" for "adolescents who are experiencing emotional, learning, and/or behavioral problems that interfere with their educational development."A representative for the Dominion School declined to comment when contacted by Buzz Feed News.
She said that her daughter asked her, "Did you knew that Jews are partly to blame for WWII?Kuhn-Fricker then texted a friend Thursday night to tell her that she had sent a message to the suspect's mother calling him "an outspoken Neo Nazi" who was a "sneaking into our house at night," the Post reported.Hours later, the suspect was back at Kuhn-Fricker's house and spent an hour with her daughter, Janet Kuhn told WJLA.Daily experience teaches that all things are driven by their own nature to assume a determinate, constant attitude.Investigators of the natural sciences hold it to be an established truth that all nature is ruled by universal and constant laws and that the object of the natural sciences is to search out these laws and to make plain their reciprocal relations in all directions.