Talk about going early.
Today, the Age offers up an opinion piece from a Guardian writer named Fiachra Gibbons - French right caught up in the storm it helped create
"Police are a long way from understanding what was going through the head of someone who could catch a little girl by the hair so he wouldn't have to waste a second bullet on her. But some things are already becoming clear. He shouted no jihadist or anti-Semitic slogans, going about his grisly business in the cold, military manner oddly similar to Anders Behring Breivik, the Norwegian gunman who massacred 77 people last northern summer."
So now it turns out that Gibbon is the one who has rushed to judgement. The killer is a jihadist and an antiSemite but the extreme right and the extreme left are no different in this case - nor are their apologists.
My guess is the we won't be reading much more from this Gibbon person in the future.