Toronto van driver is charged with 10 counts of murder – but did he launch rampage because women wouldn’t sleep with him? Tech expert called himself ‘involuntarily celibate’ and admired women-hating college campus killer

Tuesday, April 24, 2018
By Paul Martin

Alek Minassian, 25, named as suspect in Toronto van attack which left 10 dead and 15 injured
Minassian made his first appearance in court today where he was charged with ten counts of first degree murder and 13 of attempted murder
The first of his ten victims has been named as Anne Marie D’Amico, an employee at Invesco investment firm
Online posts appeared to show a fixation with Santa Barbara shooter Elliot Roger, 22
He also referred to the rebellion of ‘incels’ – a term used to refer to men who have been made ‘involuntarily celibate’ because women will not have sex with them
Rodger killed six people and himself after complaining that women rejected him
Classmates of Minassian added that he appeared to be socially disabled, and used to wander the school corridors making meowing noises
Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau says there is ‘no national security’ threat in the wake of the attack

By HANNAH PARRY
DAILYMAIL.COM
24 April 2018

The van driver allegedly who murdered ten when he mowed down pedestrians on a Toronto sidewalk was charged with 10 counts of murder today – as his social media posts calling himself ‘involuntarily celibate’ emerged.

Social media posts by Alek Minassian, 25, paint a picture of an angry young man, who was furious that women rejected his sexual advances.

He also spoke admiringly of Santa Barbara shooter and fellow women-hating social reject Elliot Rodger and has been described as a socially awkward tech expert.

Meanwhile, the first of his ten victims has been named as Anne Marie D’Amico, an employee at Invesco investment management firm, which has its headquarters on Yonge Street, Toronto – the same street where the attack occurred.

Fifteen other people were injured and hospitalized.

The suspect made his first court appearance today, wearing a white jumpsuit with his hands cuffed behind him, where was charged with ten counts of first degree murder and 13 of attempted murder.

Minassian said very little, except from answering ‘yes’ to whether he understands that he is not to have any contact with the attempted murder victims, Toronto Star reporter Betsy Powell tweeted.

The hearing, which lasted little over five minutes, ended with the court ordering Minassian to be detained until his next hearing on May 10, where he will appear via video link.

Minassian’s father sat weeping in the front row during the court appearance. As he left the courthouse, he told reporters he hadn’t spoken to his son, but told the assembled press he was ‘sorry’.

He does not yet appear to have a lawyer.

Minassian’s social media pages indicate he was someone with a grudge against women and those who were more socially successful than himself.

In one post, he refers to the rebellion of ‘incels’ – a term used to refer to men who have been made ‘involuntarily celibate’ because women will not have sex with them.

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One Response to “Toronto van driver is charged with 10 counts of murder – but did he launch rampage because women wouldn’t sleep with him? Tech expert called himself ‘involuntarily celibate’ and admired women-hating college campus killer”

  1. Dovid

    What a steaming load of manure!!! It is terrorism you Canadian fools. If this is about “incels” why did he run over and crush elderly, infants, and random people. If the murdering spree was about “incels” why didn’t he target the young women of which his anger supposedly came from? Sounds familiar to isis in that if you don’t bend over and take it they will kill you.

    #3634106

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