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  • Edmonton PRT
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    Since I have been married for a long time, do I qualify as an "incels," or "involuntarily celibate."?


    Don't see how this drives a person to run down innocent people. Maybe drive off a cliff...

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  • envaneo
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    Pretty much what H.L was saying earlier.

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  • kkozoriz
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    Motive unconfirmed.

    What we know about Alek Minassian, alleged driver in deadly Toronto van attack

    Speculation surfaced Monday night around a Facebook post associated with the same name and the same photo as the one that appears on Minassian's LinkedIn profile. CBC News has not been able to independently verify whether the Facebook post was, indeed, written by Minassian or created after that fact and intended to mislead.


    The post referred to the "Supreme Gentleman Elliot Rodger." Rodger was the 22-year-old California man responsible for a deadly rampage in Isla Vista, Calif., that left six people dead and a dozen more injured.


    In a video posted ahead of that 2014 attack, Rodger raged about a number of women turning down his advances, rendering men like him "incels," a term used by some groups to mean "involuntarily celibate."

    http://www.cbc.ca/news/canada/toront...sian-1.4632435

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  • H.L.
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    Originally posted by envaneo View Post
    Thanks, don't know. Don't care.

    That's a pretty week motive.
    Very weak..here's a link for you

    https://www.cbc.ca/amp/1.4631909

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  • kkozoriz
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    It was H.L. that had the eye roll, not you.

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  • envaneo
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    I was reading (can't remember where) where city police were speaking behind annymonity about the incident. Sorry no source to link to .

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  • kkozoriz
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    I guess they're going with that( eye roll)
    They? Which "they"? I haven't seen a report from the police stating such a thing. What sort of motive would save you from an eye roll?

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  • envaneo
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    Thanks, don't know. Don't care.

    That's a pretty week motive.

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  • H.L.
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    Originally posted by envaneo View Post
    That was his motive? I have no idea who Elliot Rodgers is.
    If you Google him, you'll see his smarmy little face. His video is on this guys FB page, I guess they're going with that( eye roll)

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  • KC
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    Cities seek creative ways to prevent car or van attacks
    Aug 2017

    http://abcnews.go.com/amp/Lifestyle/...tacks-49300340



    New York City to install 1,500 protective barriers after vehicle attacks - CBS News

    Jan 2, 2018
    “NEW YORK -- Hundreds of new protective barriers will be permanently installed in Times Square and other locations around New York in an effort to block vehicles from hitting pedestrians after deadly attacks last year on crowds. The city is spending $50 million on protective measures including the installation of 1,500 metal barriers, or bollards, in key locations around the city, Mayor Bill de Blasio said Tuesday.”

    https://www.cbsnews.com/news/new-yor...hicle-attacks/
    Last edited by KC; 23-04-2018, 07:48 PM.

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  • envaneo
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    That was his motive? I have no idea who Elliot Rodgers is.

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  • H.L.
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    Originally posted by envaneo View Post
    I wonder what his motive was? I guess that's the $64,000 question. Authorities will get that info be sure about it.
    Not being able to date women, the same as that narcissist Elliot Rodgers

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  • envaneo
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    I wonder what his motive was? I guess that's the $64,000 question. Authorities will get that info be sure about it.

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  • H.L.
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    Originally posted by KC View Post
    Toronto van attack: The cop who didn’t shoot - Macleans.ca

    http://www.macleans.ca/news/canada/t...o-didnt-shoot/
    They wanted him alive, because they need information..good for him.

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  • kkozoriz
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    Retired RCMP officer of arrest of Toronto suspect.


    It's difficult to hear in the videos that have been posted, but ... he seems to be trying to get the officer to shoot him, and the officer won't shoot him.


    That's suicide by cop. You've heard the expression before. And that kind of was the impression that he gave me is he wanted to be shot by the police.


    The way that it was handled by the police officers, they deserve to be commended because they they demonstrated a lot of restraint.


    All the victims and families are going to go through terrible turmoil, but at least now ... they can enough information and to ascertain if this is, you know, a lone wolf or if he's involved in something else. And that's essential.


    It's very interesting what you're saying here, because what we're seeing here and what you'd expect would happen — perhaps [in] an American city — is that they would have shot him.


    Yeah, and I kind of sense from the conversation in the way that happened, the officer did a great job of reading individual's body language.


    Obviously, it shows the level of maturity and calm of the officer. Because you're correct — I think in a lot of circumstances, the individual would have been shot.


    So it's good to see. I think police officers so often don't get the recognition they deserve. But it shows that overall the training is really good and most officers react in an appropriate manner.

    http://www.cbc.ca/radio/asithappens/...live-1.4632312

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