Police believe accused in alleged anti-Muslim killings inhabited 'dark web'
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The documents also suggest that accused Nathan Veltman, who faces first degree and attempted murder charges, was involved in the Internet’s dark web before the June 6, 2021 crash that killed four family members and injured a fifth. The dark web is an area of the Internet accessible only through special browsers that allow users to anonymously share information.
The documents suggest police suspected Veltman drove to a London intersection on the evening of June 6, 2021, with knives and a machete in a pickup truck that had a push bar attached to the front. Police also believe Veltman had an axe and an airsoft gun with him in the truck, the documents suggest.
Afterward, wearing a helmet, Veltman knelt in a parking lot beside that damaged and still running truck even before police arrived, the documents allege.