stochastic terrorismStephen Balliet's ideology and actions have become folklore among white nationalists circles. Like his hero, Christchurch shooter Brenton Tarrant, Balliet 's image and manifesto are in constant recirculation on Telegram in hopes to inspire other lone wolves to attack soft targets. The incident itself represents stochastic terrorism. The term stochastic terrorism is defined as "using language and other forms of communication to incite random acts of violence that are "statistically predictable but individually unpredictable."Poster (above): RW Bookclub Telegram Channel: "RWBC Year in Review" Terrorgram's Daily News - 31 December 20203-D Weapons21 December 2020, German Justice sentenced this 28 year-old Stephen Balliet to life imprisonment, the highest penalty contemplated in the German Penal Code. To date, the only lone wolf attacker to bring 3D created weapons to use in an armed assault was Neo-Nazi Stephen Balliet who…
Stephen Balliet - Humboldtstrasse Synagogue, a Jewish Cemetery and a Kabab Shop in Halle, Germany Active Shooter
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