'The investigation is still at an early stage, but it appears that Muhammad Youssef Abdulazeez was acting alone. What made him do what he did will be the subject of intensive inquiries that will delve deep into his past and that of his friends and family, and into his state of mind.But lone wolves, as such men are often described, are the hardest to stop.'
Friday, 17 July 2015
Chattanooga shootings: House searched after marines killed per BBC News
The BBC's Gary O'Donoghue has managed to name the Chattanooga gunman but is very quick, as I predicted, to label him a lone wolf.
When does a lone wolf cease to be such? How many lone wolf attacks must there be before the BBC will admit that there is a common factor to these attacks?