The Toronto man killed 10 people and injured 16 more when he drove through crowds on Yonge Street in April 2018.
A Pakistan-born Toronto man has been charged with terrorism after killing a woman with a hammer. Yet, no terror charges have ever been laid for far-right mass attacks in Canada.
Alexander Stavropoulos said he wanted to "murder a little white girl" because he couldn't get laid, but experts say he may be using the incel label for notoriety.
The unsealed transcripts of Alek Minassian’s interview with police reinforces that incel ideology was the motivation behind the attack.
The alleged killer told police that he corresponded online with other men who went on to carry out misogynistic killing sprees.
Minassian is also facing 10 first-degree murder charges after he allegedly plowed a van into pedestrians on a busy Toronto street.
Charged with killing ten people, Alek Minassian is thought to be part of a violent, toxic online subculture with a hatred for women.
And why experts are calling bullshit on it.
Thousands of people attended the vigil Sunday night.
Police released the names and ages of all 10 victims on Friday.
Several established conspiracy subcultures jumped at an opportunity to push media-discrediting agendas.