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Evening Prayers: Alexandre Bissonnette

evening prayers: The victims are in the sky and I'm living in hell, according to National Observer. Cayouette's report was entered as evidence during sentencing arguments for Bissonnette, who pleaded guilty last month to six charges of first-degree murder and six of attempted murder in the shooting. In her report tabled by the Crown, social worker Guylaine Cayouette said Alexandre Bissonnette told her he had idolized serial killers since his adolescence and he wanted to make a splash of his own. ; I regret not having killed more people, Bissonnette reportedly said in September 2017, eight months after he entered a Quebec City mosque and shot dead six men following evening prayers. She had met Bissonnette on the request of a nurse, who said he had not been feeling well. The social worker added that Bissonnette also told her, I wanted glory. Cayouette noted that as soon as the 28-year-old entered her office in the Quebec City prison, he began to cry. ( As reported in the news.