When we got the horrible news about the shooting in Toronto last night, we looked everywhere for information on who could have committed such a horrific crime. Two are dead and many injured after the shooter just walked up to a restaurant and other stores in the Danforth Avenue area of Toronto and shot random people. A video caught the moment the shooter just turned and started firing…One man who witnessed the shooting said the shooter had a “horrible expression on his face”.
As more information came out, the news media claimed the shooter was a “white male”. We kept hearing the same information until tonight when the identity of the shooter finally was released.
We still have no picture of the shooter except for a screen shot from a video taken right when the shooting happened:
— Ottawa Citizen (@OttawaCitizen) July 23, 2018
Aaaaand the shooter is…
Yes, it’s a Muslim shooter who the family claims is mentally disturbed…we see a pattern here, do you? Canada has gone the way of Europe in situations like this…
THE MAYOR OF TORONTO FAILED TO SEE THE IRONY WHEN HE CALLED FOR GUN CONTROL: “Why does anyone in this city need to have a gun at all?”
Nice pivot Mr. Mayor but the problem really isn’t guns at all. Just ask the Londoners who had to resort to throwing chairs at a Muslim attacker with a knife. We’ll bet they wish they had a gun at that moment.
Faisal Hussain has been identified as the gunman in the deadly Danforth Avenue shooting rampage.
Ontario’s Special Investigations Unit (SIU) released Hussain’s identity on Monday evening, hours after the 29-year-old Toronto resident opened fire on a number of Danforth Avenue restaurants in an attack that has left the city in shock.
Witnesses captured several chilling images and videos of Hussain during the attack, which took place around 10 p.m. on Sunday and left a 10-year-old girl and 18-year-old Reese Fallon dead. More shooting victims remain in hospital, with some having undergone multiple life-saving surgeries, according to doctors.
Hussain died of a gunshot wound after exchanging fire with Toronto police. The SIU is looking into whether he was shot by police, or if he shot himself.
— Travis Dhanraj (@Travisdhanraj) July 23, 2018
Earlier Monday, police executed a search warrant at Hussain’s residence, in the city’s Thorncliffe Park neighbourhood.
— Adrian Cheung (@AdrianCheungCBC) July 23, 2018