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Van driver, 25, who 'killed 10 and injured 15 when he intentionally plowed into pedestrians

Posted by Conspiracy Cafe on April 24, 2018 at 2:30 AM

Ten are dead and another 15 were injured after a rental van hit pedestrians in Toronto on Monday

Police said 25-year-old Alek Minassian, of Richmond Hill, was arrested over the attack

Victims included the elderly, a person with a stroller, and at least one girl appeared to be in critical condition

Witnesses say the driver appeared to be deliberately targeting pedestrians

Van struck up to ten people on Yonge St. near Finch Ave, Toronto at 1.30pm

Driver fled the scene but was stopped and arrested just a few blocks away

Alek Minassian, 25, of Richmond Hill, was arrested on Monday after allegedly killing 10 people and injuring 15 others in Toronto

A rented van plowed down a crowded Toronto sidewalk on Monday, killing 10 people and injuring 15 before the driver fled and was quickly arrested in a confrontation with police.

Police have identified the suspect as Alek Minassian, a 25-year-old from Richmond Hill, who was arrested shortly after the horror ordeal.

Witnesses say the van mounted the curb on Yonge Street near Finch Ave in Toronto just before 1.30pm on Monday.

They said the driver was moving fast and appeared to be acting deliberately, but police officials would not comment on the cause or any possible motive.

'This person was intentionally doing this, he was killing everybody,' a witness at the scene, who only gave his name as Ali, said.

'He kept going, he kept going. People were getting hit, one after another.'

He added that many of the victims had been elderly while he saw a stroller fly into the air.


It does seem to be the cleanest killing field I've ever seen. It appears the man had difficulties as well. He would make the perfect patsy. 

Suspect in Toronto van attack described as socially awkward, tech expert

The suspect in the Toronto van attack was a man who travelled through the world with two identities: One as a socially awkward student who rarely spoke, barely functioned and had difficulty controlling tics, and another as an expert-level whiz who could lead classmates through the intricacies of computer chips.

Police Chief Mark Saunders identified the suspect in a vehicle attack that killed at least 10 people and injured 15 as Alek Minassian, 25, of Richmond Hill, Ont. He was not previously known to police.

An Alek Minassian was known to his former classmates in high school and over seven or eight years at Seneca College as a man with no known religious or political affiliations or strong views on anything, nor a penchant for violence.

Their accounts up to a few years ago describe a man some former classmates believed could never learn how to drive, let alone carry out an attack.

At least three former classmates said he appeared to suffer from a social disability. A couple also said he seemed friendly and never had serious conflicts.

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