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Alek Minassian deliberately struck pedestrians on a sidewalk in an unnecessary attack that shocked the world. The tech student, who identified himself as “Intel,” which means “involuntary celibacy,” was convicted today of ten first-degree murders. He was also convicted of 16 other assassination attempts.

During the trial, his defense team argued that he was not criminally responsible for the murders because he was autistic. Dr. Scott Woodside, however, a psychiatrist who testified for law enforcement, said the attacker knew that what he was doing was morally wrong, reports the Toronto Sun.

He said Minassian was able to cast negative thoughts about his victims, such as pedophiles, when they abused minors.

Alek Minassian Age

Alek Minassian is 28 years old.

Charges – Arrested

“In this case, his decision was not based on arguments but on something he wanted to do, good or bad.” Comparing the abuser to a sex offender, he said: “Work very actively to get these thoughts out of his mind. “They remain aware that what they are doing can have negative effects on others.”

The killer’s state of mind was the only problem in the trial, as Minassian admitted that he planned and executed the fatal rampage. His advocates argued that his autism meant that he lacked empathy and could not understand the harm he was going to cause. The court heard Minassian feel “empty” while he was driving and “focus on not crashing the car” during the attack.

He changed his mind at the scene of the attack when he saw “enough” people on a busy Toronto street corner, the court said. The expert said Minassian expected to kill 100 people and expected a “high score” but was happy with 10. According to the killer’s LinkedIn profile, he was a student at Seneca College and a software developer in Richmond Hill, a Toronto suburb.

Joseph Pham, 25, who was taking a computer class with Minassian in Seneca, described it as “socially awkward.” At the time of the attack, he said: “He was being held to himself. He didn’t really speak to anyone. Another colleague said he suffered from “significant social or intellectual disabilities” and multiple physical ticks, including handshakes and nods.

Before the hype, Minassian wrote a Facebook post praising “Supreme Knight Elliot Rodger,” reports CBC. Rodger, a well-respected figure on Incel’s online forums, 22, was responsible for a fatal rampage in Isla Vista, California that killed six people and injured a dozen more in 2014.