Published: Jan 22, 2014 10:13 PM EST
Updated: Jan 22, 2014 11:34 PM EST

FORT MYERS, FL.--WINK News continues to dig deeper and investigate how easy it may be for teens to make chemical weapons right at home.

19-year-old Jesse Korff from Glades County is behind bars, accused of masterminding a federal poison plot.

The FBI says Korff used a berry, which agents say, could be a weapon of mass destruction.

WINK News found out, Korff went to high school online and is no longer a student at Edison State College.

The question now is, how does someone so young know how to create such a toxic poison?

"Now we find more and more that young individuals are actually involved or engaged in some of this activity," said FBI Special Agent David Couvertier.

Couvertier says before the internet took off the people creating deadly weapons were highly educated and much older.
But now he says technology is changing the game.

"Anytime nowadays you can weaponize just about anything. You can make your own pipe bombs you could make your own biological agents," said Couvertier.

"The internet is a playground," said Shaun Book with Area 51 PC.

Book says nowadays you don't need a degree to make this stuff just an internet connection.

"When you exploit yourself and say I have this intent to create this toxin, or to create a bomb, there are others out there and welcome that and invite you in to their forum," said Book.

Book also says there isn't much censorship over what's posted online and pretty much anything can be found and he expects the maliscious underground online market to get worse.

"Will it get worse? yes, but also law enforcement will likely evolve with them so they can catch these threats,” said Book.