In the immediate aftermath of the Quebec City shooting that left six people dead at a mosque and another 19 people wounded, it was reported that two suspects had been taken into custody.
Though police did not immediately reveal their names, media reports suggested the men were a French Canadian and a man born in Morocco. However, police confirmed on Monday that there was only one suspect, the French Canadian, and the man of Moroccan origin, Mohamed Belkhadir, had been released without charge and was actually a witness.
Soon after police clarified the French-Canadian, Alexandre Bissonnette, was the only suspect, Fox News sent out a tweet suggesting there was only one suspect -- Belkhadir. The tweet did not mention Bissonnette, a man who reportedly supports Donald Trump and the far right while holding anti-immigrant views.