Buffalo mass shooting suspect 'radicalized' by fringe social media: NY attorney general
A report released by the New York Attorney General's office slams dark web platforms for "radicalizing" the teenage suspect in the Buffalo grocery store massacre.
Buffalo massacre report seeks to punish broadcasters of homicide live streams
Letitia James’s investigation marks one of the most significant efforts by U.S. law enforcement to examine the role of the internet in mass shootings.
New York AG says Buffalo shooter was ‘radicalized’ by fringe websites
New York Attorney General Letitia James (D) on Tuesday released a report detailing how a white supremacist gunman who opened fire at a Buffalo supermarket in May and killed 10 people in a racially motivated attack was radicalized by fringe websites like 4Chan. While Payton Gendron’s online posts and activity were previously known, the attorney…
Online platforms radicalized the Buffalo mass shooting suspect, a new report says
The New York attorney general's office said it reviewed thousands of pages of documents and social media content to study how the suspect used online platforms to plan and publicize the mass shooting.
Buffalo shooter ‘radicalized’ through fringe online platforms, report finds
New York Attorney General Tish James' office said it subpoenaed several platforms used by the shooter and other online platforms where graphic content of the shooting or the shooter’s manifesto appeared.