Oklahoma authorities investigating after murder confession appears on Craigslist

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Post Admits To Tulsa Murder

TULSA, Okla. – Oklahoma authorities are investigating after a murder confession appeared on Craigslist.

In the post, the mystery user claimed they killed someone in Tulsa.

The user then threatened to kill someone in Oklahoma City.

Craigslist has since removed the post, but according to KJRH, the post read:

“i was wanting to thank Tulsa for letting me have my first kill, it all started here so was thinking it should be also my first, i was nervous as hell but i will get over it, it was a stranger on stranger so the police will have a difficult time, it will not be my last thou, thinking about going to okc for next, to the people who started it all Julie Free (D.O.C.), Judge Glassco,”

A Craigslist post published from an anonymous user is now under police investigation. via KJRH

A Craigslist post published from an anonymous user is now under police investigation. via KJRH

The posts names a Department of Corrections employee and a Tulsa County District Judge.

Tulsa police say they don’t know of a murder that this post could be referring to.

Authorities are working to identify the mystery user and investigate whether or not the post is a hoax.