Australian Police about attacker after arrest kept talking of "injustice towards Muslims" - Conclusion: MOTIVE UNKNOWN
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Re: Australian Police about attacker after arrest kept talking of "injustice towards Muslims" - Conclusion: MOTIVE UNKNOWN
Police in Australia said a man who drove through pedestrians in Melbourne rambled about injustice towards Muslims and the Australian spy agency after he was arrested - but his motive remains unknown and he is believed to have acted alone.Quoting: Anonymous Coward 75976445
As Australian prime minister Malcolm Turnbull condemned the “shocking” crime, more details emerged about the driver, Saeed Noori, a 32-year-old Australian citizen who arrived as a refugee from Afghanistan in 2004.
[link to www.telegraph.co.uk]
They keep calling him an Australian too even though he only set foot there in 2004 from Afghanistan.
I agree the "Motive Unknown" tag sounds absurd in light of his ramblings, OP.
The only justification I can think of is that the offender is known to have had both drug and mental issues in the past. Perhaps -- and it's a big perhaps -- authorities don't want to call him out as a "terrorist" because he might not be mentally competent?
Just my thoughts....
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