‘Lone wolf’ white University student Alexandre Bissonnette is sole suspect accused of killing six at Quebec City mosque a day after Canadian PM condemned Trump immigration ban…(False Flag, Folks!)

Monday, January 30, 2017
By Paul Martin

Alexandre Bissonnette is suspected of carrying out the attack on Quebec City Islamic Cultural Center alone
He was arrested on Sunday night after allegedly shooting six men dead during evening prayers before 8pm
The university student fled the scene of the crime but called 911 20 minutes later to turn himself in to police
Mohamed el Khadir, a Moroccan-Canadian, was also taken into custody but is now considered to be a witness
Six men aged between 39 and 60 died, five are critically injured and dozens more were caught up in killings
It came a day after Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau condemned Donald Trump’s immigration ban
President Trump has banned citizens from seven Muslim-majority countries from entering the US temporarily
Trudeau tweeted in response that all refugees ‘regardless of your faith’ are welcome in Canada
Police have not suggested a possible motive for the mosque killings but are treating them as a terror attack

By JENNIFER SMITH
DAILYMAIL.COM
30 January 2017

University student Alexandre Bissonnette is suspected of carrying out the Quebec City mosque massacre alone, police sources have revealed.

The 27-year-old was arrested alongside Moroccan-Canadian Mohamed el Khadir on Sunday night after six men were slaughtered at the Quebec City Islamic Cultural Center during evening prayers.

On Monday afternoon, Sûreté du Québec confirmed one of the men was no longer facing charges.

Bissonnette will appear in court sometime on Monday or Tuesday.

‘They consider this a lone wolf situation,’ a source told Reuters.

Six men aged between 39 and 60 were killed at the mosque and five remain in a critical condition in intensive care at the city’s Hôpital de l’Enfant-Jésus.

Twelve others had less serious injuries and another 39 escaped unharmed.

El Khadir was picked up by police at the mosque but Bissonnette fled in his Mitsubishi and was arrested in nearby Ile d’Orleans around 20 minutes later after calling 911 to turn himself in, Le Soleil reports. Police found two rifles and an AK-47 in the car.

Authorities refused to confirm their names on Monday but said they were not seeking anyone else in connection with the terrorist attack beyond the two already in custody who are in their ‘late twenties, early thirties’.

Court clerk Isabelle Ferland earlier identified the pair as the two men arrested in connection with the shooting.

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