Alleged UCSB Shooter Elliot Rodger Posted Several Disturbing Videos: Watch

The son of “Hunger Games” assistant director shows deep hatred for others and an increasing desire to settle the score

Elliot Rodger, the alleged UCSB shooter who killed six people in a drive-by shooting spree on Friday, posted several disturbing videos in which he described his hatred for girls and showed signs of sexual frustration.

These videos were posted to the same YouTube page where Rodger details a violent attack on the UCSB campus city of Isla Vista just hours before the shooting spree. Media reports said that local authorities suspect that the video connects Rodger, the 22-year-old son of “Hunger Games” assistant director Peter Rodger, to the crime.

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There are about 20 videos posted on Elliot's YouTube page, many of which show a young man in turmoil over being rejected by women, in disbelief that they'd choose other inferior men over him and wondering openly why women don't acknowledge his good looks, snappy dressing and expensive car — a BMW like the one driven by the shooter.

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Watch one of the most disturbing ones above. Titled “Why do girls hate me so much?,” it was posted on May 23.

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Below, watch another titled “Elliot Rodger, Lonely Vlog, Life is so unfair,” which was just posted on Friday.

In it he states, “Girls are not sexually attracted to me. That's a major problem… I will not let this fly. It's an injustice that needs to be dealt with.”