Two more mass shootings recently took place in the US – one in Atlanta and one in Georgia – making 103 since January 1st of this year. The motives for either are unclear according to police, and yet some are already labeling both terrorism: white nationalist in the first case and Islamist in the second.
Former CSIS intelligence analyst Phil Gurski takes issue with this constant ‘instant analysis’.
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