London, Ont. attack suspect troubled he missed warning signs – –

London, Ont. attack suspect troubled he missed warning signs – –

TORONTO – A colleague of Nathaniel Veltman, the suspect in the attack on a Muslim family that left four people dead and a nine-year-old boy orphaned, is worried he missed warnings.

“Come to think of it, it might seem like there was a little something there, but I never really thought about it,” the colleague, who does not want to be identified, told Omar on Friday. Sachedina from CTV National News.

The attack killed Salman Afzaal, 46, his wife Madiha, 44, their 15-year-old daughter Yumnah and the mother of Salman, 74, as they walked around northwest London last Sunday.

Fayez, the family’s nine-year-old son, survived the attack but was seriously injured.

The colleague and Veltman both worked at an egg packing facility in Strathroy, Ontario.

Veltman made the bizarre comment on Muslims that suggested he was suspicious of them, the colleague said, but nothing suggested a potential for violence.

“He thought they were different people,” he said. “He thought they weren’t peaceful as they claim to be. “

Veltman faces four counts of first degree murder and one count of attempted murder. None of the allegations have been proven in court.

Watch the colleague’s interview attached to this article.


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