The man facing terrorism charges for allegedly targeting and killing a Muslim family with his truck in southwestern Ontario says he still hasn’t found a lawyer and has had his case adjourned for a week.
Nathaniel Veltman, 20, faces four first-degree murder charges and an attempted murder charge that prosecutors allege constitute an act of terrorism.
Police have said the attack on June 6 in London, Ont., was motivated by hate against the Islamic faith.
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Salman Afzaal, 46, his 44-year-old wife Madiha Salman, their 15-year-old daughter Yumna and her 74-year-old grandmother, Talat Afzaal were killed while out for an evening walk.
The couple’s nine-year-old son, Fayez, was seriously hurt.
Court heard Veltman is close to retaining a lawyer and is due back on June 28.
The attack prompted a massive outpouring of support for the family and calls for all levels of government to address Islamophobia.