Michael Zehaf-Bibeau was the person who shot dead the solider on guard at the war memorial on Parliament Hill. He was shot dead by the sergeant-at-arms, Kevin Victers. More developments came in today. The first one was of his tour on Parliament Hill. The other new development was that he had the intention of beheading one of the federal politicians.
First is the fact that he had a tour on Parliament Hill days before the shooting. The thing about this is that this isn’t any tour. During the tour, he got around into some private rooms and learned a lot about the rooms at the Parliament Hill. This makes it that much easier for Michael Zehaf-Bibeau to enter the Parliament Hill. He also asked the tour guide questions on the security of the Parliament Hill. Michael Zehaf-Bibeau knew a lot about the strengths and the weaknesses in terms of security for Parliament Hill. This meant that Michael Zehaf-Bibeau knew where he could get into Parliament Hill the easiest. This greatly contributes to the act itself because without that tour, he wouldn’t know how to get into to the Parliament. Also, knowing the Parliament structure itself lets Michael Zehaf-Bibeau plan the escape route. Of course, he never made it there.
The other startling thing is the fact that Michael Zehaf-Bibeau wanted to behead a federal politician. We already know that Michael Zehaf-Bibeau is not linked to ISIS in any way, so why would Michael Zehaf-Bibeau consider such a thing? Did he train to become a murderer in Canada based on the teachings of ISIS? We will never know. These radicalized individuals are crazy.
We must do everything we can to protect us from the dangerous of radicalized individuals. We cannot control what people do, however we must run under the assumption that anything is possible. How much the ISIS teaching spreads… nobody will know. Only time will tell. It seems more and more that ISIS is the new Al Qaeda. Let’s all hope that this will end soon.
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