>>4033128>We DIDN'T know before, and now we do! Why do you think highlighting that is in any way problematic?
...Because it doesn't matter?
People died, anon. That either more men or women died doesn't make this any less tragic.>So even though we don't know, the conclusion isn't that far off to make
Sorry anon, but assumptions don't count as evidence or truth.
Highlighting shit only serves a fuel for people to bitch and do bitter remarks like how it's happening right now. Like I said before, people believe the arsonist did it because he hated women, which is, as far as we know, a lie.
I know people really like to jump to baseless conclusions, anon, but the truth relies on facts, not gossip and agendas.
We don't need people believing bullshit biased facts and sentimental garbage. We need people to know what really happened, how it happened, so we can prevent it from happening again.