On Monday, when Toronto van attacker Alek Minassian was arrested, he was bald:

On Tuesday, in court sketches, he has a full head of hair. Here he is in a sketch published by the Associated Press and run by the New York Daily News:

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Court sketches aren’t a high art, but in a different court sketch run by CNN, Minassian doesn’t look like the same person at all. I’ve included the captions on both the sketch below and the sketch above so that you can see that they’re supposed to be of the same person:

But in both sketches, as disparate as they are, he has a full head of hair. Was Minassian supplied a toupee in court today? Was he supplied two quite different toupees? Was he wearing a bald wig yesterday?

Or are authorities once again not being honest with us?

Again, I’m not saying that this is necessarily a jihad attack. But as oddities such as these court sketches multiply, we have to wonder what the Canadian authorities are trying to hide. And what else are authorities hiding when jihad attacks occur?

Courtesy of Freedom Outpost

Article posted with permission from Robert Spencer

Robert Spencer is the director of Jihad Watch and author of the New York Times bestsellers The Politically Incorrect Guide to Islam (and the Crusades) and The Truth About Muhammad. His latest book is The Complete Infidel’s Guide to Iran. Follow him on Twitter here. Like him on Facebook here.