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Vendetta against Muslims in Canada has killed 4 people

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Original Title: Vendetta against Muslims in Canada has killed 4 people

The police in London, Ontario, Canada announced on June 7 local time that the car crashing in the city the previous day, that is, on the evening of the 6th, was a vendetta against Muslims. Four out of a family of five were killed.

At about 20:30 on June 6, local time, a high-speed black truck deliberately ran into a walking family at an intersection near Hyde Park in the northwest of London. A 74-year-old woman, a man and a woman aged 44 and 46, and a 15-year-old girl were killed, and a 9-year-old child was injured. He is currently receiving treatment in the hospital. The police then arrested a 20-year-old man named Nathaniel Veltman in a parking lot about 4 kilometers from the scene of the crime, a resident of the City of London. The police have filed 4 first-degree murders and 1 attempted murder against him.

The police confirmed through preliminary investigations that there is evidence that this is a premeditated case motivated by hatred. However, the police did not further explain the specific motive of the crime.

Prior to this, on May 16, a car accident occurred in Ontario, Canada. On the same day, in Vaughan (also translated as Vaughan) near Toronto, two 10-year-old and 4-year-old children were killed by a car in front of their garage. The 16-year-old boy who caused the accident was subsequently killed by negligence. Prosecution for crimes and other charges.

On April 23, 2018, 28-year-old Alek Minahian drove a van on Young Street in the north of Toronto and rammed pedestrians, resulting in 10 deaths and 16 injuries. On March 3 this year, Minahian was convicted of 26 counts. (Headquarters reporter Zhang Sen)

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