Would Alek Minassian have been gunned down if he were in the United States? Be the judge for yourself by viewing the brief video of his arrest…
Here’s the video of the arrest of the van driver in yesterday’s terrorist rampage in Toronto.
Would he have been shot about 20 times if this took place in the United States?
This Tweet says it all (and the video speaks louder than words):
— Nick Short 🇺🇸 (@PoliticalShort) April 23, 2018
Here’s what we know so far about Alek Minassian from Zero Hedge:
Just hours before Toronto van attack suspect Alek Minassian was set to arrive in court at 100 Finch Ave. W at 10 am in Toronto, Reuters published a profile of the perpetrator of the worst mass killing in Canada in nearly 30 years.
The Richmond Hill man, who was described by acquaintances as withdrawn and was said to have attended a high school program for students with special needs, is accused of murdering 10 and injuring another 15 when a rented van he was driving jumped a curb and rammed into pedestrians along a 2.2 kilometer stretch of Yonge St. between Sheppard Ave. and Finch Ave. Monday afternoon.
In the Canadian education system, “special needs” is a broad term encompassing students with learning, behavioral or physical disabilities.
One former classmate of Minassian’s described his behavior as extremely unusual, saying he would shuffle through the halls of Thornlea Secondary School in Toronto’s northern suburbs with his hands clasped and his head down while making meowing noises.