Twitch livestreams a shooting
It was reported that the shooter failed to enter the synagogue but caused a hell a problem outside before driving away. The shooter recorded the whole incident with a smartphone mounted on his helmet.
During that period about 80 people were said to be present in the synagogue where they were observing something called Yom Kippur, the holiest day for Judaism.
At the start of the video, the shooter said “Hi, my name is Anon (Anon is the short form of Anonymous) and I think the Holocaust never happened. Feminism is the cause of the decline of the West which acts as a scapegoat for mass immigration. And the root of all these problems is Jew. Would you like to be friends?”
In the video you could see the shooter’s unfortunate victims, a man who was near a kebab eatery and a woman who was close to the synagogue. (That so sad)😳
The shooter sent a document to one message board and the document was reported to have contained a link to the livestream. Included in the document were photos of guns which seem to have been manufactured by a 3D printer (seriously
This is gonna be the latest attack that involved death and was livestreamed on the internet. We are still recovering from the New Zealand shooting which saw another shooter livestream his killings at Christchurch.
Twitch has come out to express their condolences and also said they have taken down the video but common, we all know you can’t delete anything that’s been posted on the internet.
According to the gaming platform ” Twitch has a zero-tolerance policy against hateful conduct, and any act of violence is taken extremely seriously. We worked with urgency to remove this content an will permanently suspend any account found posting or reposting content of this abhorrent act.”