Calling all serious hate-motivated violent crime ‘terrorism’ is unnecessary, unhelpful and problematic: we need to stop doing this
Phil Gurski talks with CKWR’s John Maciel about the London hit and run incident earlier this month.
Quick hits 168 – How reliable witness statements are and why we often never determine the real reasons for violent events.
The reason for the cowardly attack in London (ON) on June 6 is yet to be determined; calling it terrorism prematurely is not helpful
Not enough information is available yet to say with certainty the allegedly hate-motivated London vehicle attack was an act of terrorism.
Quick Hits 167 – Muslims in London, Ont., express shock, grief in wake of ‘planned’ hit and run
More details on the latest news in the Atlanta spa shootings.
The verdict in the 2018 Toronto van killings was a good reminder that jumping to conclusions about terrorism is rarely a good idea
A startling look at the unexpected places where violent hate groups recruit young people.
A man received a 25-month jail sentence for trying to burn down a Hamilton, Ontario mosque to ‘bring jihad’ to Canadian Muslims.