Toronto A man in Canada has been convicted of ten murders by a court after a fatal car ride in Toronto. The judge in the Supreme Court of Ontario Province also found the 28-year-old responsible for the attempted murder 16 times in the 2018 incident. The defense’s argument that the offender’s autism did not allow the offender to understand the scope of his actions was unsuccessful.
The convict had told the police that he was motivated by a malicious internet community of sexually frustrated men in the act. Eight of the ten fatalities were women. In Canada, first degree murder automatically carries a sentence of life imprisonment with the option of parole.
In April 2018, the man drove a van in a Canadian metropolis at a high speed on a sidewalk, killing ten people and injuring 16 others. According to eyewitness reports, the white van drove along the sidewalk into serpentine lines, capturing passers-by. According to media reports, the culprit left about 15 sections of road at a distance of 15 km before he stopped on the pavement with a strong bonnet.
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