The “Minnesota man” in the story is identified in the comments as Jorge Gonzalez, an illegal from Guadalajara.
It’s where the “suspect wearing a red shirt” is identified as a black guy named T’Q’ull Ferguson with a Facebook page full of pics of him holding a handgun and a bong.
The comment sections have become a leak in the system.
The other problem, especially for opinion sites like the Spectator, is the comments have become the place that makes the writers cry.
Sure, there’s lots of inane chatter, but it is also where some smart people post corrections and point out the many glaring logical errors.
[Opinion writers] have fragile psyches, so seeing their mistakes highlighted for everyone to see, right under their posts, is a source of constant distress.
Ed Driscoll has more. See also this.
davidthompson: Elsewhere (214)
Like the shooter at Ecole Polytechnique, Gamil Rodrigue Liass Gharbi. He changed his name to Marc Lepine. This was the impetus behind the liberal's gun control. Violence against women and such. The guy was muslim. That's why he hated women getting an education.