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Alexandre Bissonnette: Facebook Page and Court Today

alexandre bissonnette: It indicated that Bissonnette searched for Trump on Twitter, Google, You Tube and Facebook more than 800 times between Jan. 1, 2017 and the day of the shooting, according to National Observer. Here's a look at how often Alexandre Bissonnette's searched for Donald Trump material online in the month before he killed six men at a Quebec City mosque. Alexandre Bissonnette also visited the website of the city's main mosque numerous times as well as its Facebook page in the days leading up to the shootings. ; The Crown tabled a police report in court today during Bissonnette's sentencing hearing, which detailed the websites he visited before he stormed the mosque on Jan. 29, 2017. Andy Riga, Montreal andyriga April 16, 2018Evidence presented at Alexandre Bissonnette's sentencing hearing this morning includes a list of some of the Twitter accounts he was checking in the month before he killed six men at a Quebec City mosque. The gunman also searched the web for information on mass killers including white supremacist Dylan Roof as well as Marc Lepine, the shooter in Montreal's 1989 Ecole Polytechnique massacre. ; On the day of the killings, Bissonnette also looked up a Twitter message written the previous day by Prime Minister Justin Trudeau, who used the social platform to welcome refugees. Andy Riga, Montreal andyriga April 16, 2018Bissonnette, 28, pleaded guilty last month to six charges of first-degree murder and six of attempted murder in the shooting. ( As reported in the news.