Elliot Rodger, a sexually frustrated 22-year-old, unleashed a new form of violent extremism when he killed 6 people in California in 2014. A wave of misogynistic incel attacks had begun.
Jake Davison, 22, killed two women, two men and a young girl in a six-minute shooting spree before turning the gun on himself. Weeks before, he had ranted on YouTube about his deeply nihilistic and misogynistic views on society.
The 21-year-old has been indicted for planning to commit a hate crime and unlawful possession of a machine gun.
"A lot of my venting was done online because I never felt comfortable talking to people in real life about this stuff, because it’s embarrassing."
The self-described "incel" behind Toronto's worst mass killing said he became radicalized after a California mass murder was attributed to incel ideology.
Toronto 'Incel' Mass Killing Trial Begins, As Suspect Argues He’s Not Criminally Responsible For Killing 10 People
The self-described 'involuntary celibate' admits he was behind Toronto's worst ever mass killing.
The suspect allegedly told prosecutors he identifies as an involuntarily celibate, and was targeting couples when he opened fire at an Arizona mall.
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.
The investigation has only just begun into what led the 43-year-old to kill nine people at two popular hangouts for young Kurds.