Apr 25, 2018 · Who Was Elliot Rodger? Alek Minassian Referenced Killer in Facebook Post Minassian is charged with killing ten in Toronto on Monday.
Author: Grace Lisa Scott
Alleged Toronto van attack perpetrator Alek Minassian was reportedly a socially withdrawn student who may have praised California killer Elliot Rodger in a Facebook post.
World Toronto van Elliot Rodger alek minassian The 25-year-old accused of plowing a rental van into a group of pedestrians in Toronto, Canada, apparently praised a mass killer before the alleged
Apr 24, 2018 · Toronto van attack suspect Alek Minassian was apparently a disciple of Elliot Rodger, the hateful California college student behind a 2014 killing spree.
After Alek Minassian, the Toronto van attack suspect, was charged with 10 counts of murder, his Facebook posts reveal he was a follower of Elliot Rodger, the murderous CA student who killed 6
All hail the Supreme Gentleman Elliot Rodger!” Alek Minassian wrote on Facebook shortly before he allegedly used a van to kill 10 people and wound another 14.
The Toronto van attack suspect praised mass shooter Elliot Rodger and referenced a misogynistic online community of angry celibate men in a Facebook message he posted minutes before ten people
Who was van attacker’s idol, Elliot Rodger? British-born Elliot Rodger murdered six people, and injured 14 others, as revenge for his perceived sexual and social rejection in May 2014.
Apr 26, 2018 · Elliot Rodger improbably went from misfit mass murderer to a patron «saint» for a group of violently misogynistic men — and the suspected Toronto mass killer.
Image copyright Facebook Image caption Facebook have confirmed the screenshot is genuine Elliot Rodger killed six people in a stabbing and shooting spree in Isla Vista, California, in May 2014.
The CBC also confirmed the post, tweeting, “Facebook confirms to CBC’s Matthew Braga … that the post from Alek Minassian referencing ‘The Incel Rebellion’ and Elliot Rodger is real, and
Apr 25, 2018 · Watch video · Facebook deleted Alek Minassian’s account, but police took note of the post. Detective Sgt. Graham Gibson briefly discussed the post with reporters but declined to comment on the motive for the
A now-deleted Facebook page, which referenced the misogynist Incel subculture, belonged to accused killer Alek Minassian, the platform has confirmed. Facebook says it deleted the account in the
Alek Minassian’s Facebook Account Praised California Mass Killer, Announced ‘Rebellion’ But it’s still unclear whether he authored the post in question.