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Mosque Shooting: Mosque and Quebec

mosque shooting: And he lost it after learning Canada was preparing to take in more refugees, according to Toronto Star. Read more Quebec judge nixes media request to release videos of 2017 mosque shooting Article Continued Below Lawyers for Quebec mosque shooter to argue for life sentence in prison, no parole for 25 years Quebec man paralyzed in 2017 mosque shooting to receive 400,000 for new home For sure, the terrorist attacks that killed so many people made me think of it, Bissonnette said, regarding the night of Jan. 29, 2017, when he entered the mosque and murdered the six men. react-empty 142 He said he wasn't a monster or a terrorist, adding he went to the mosque to save lives. In the video recorded the day after the shooting, Alexandre Bissonnette told police how terrorists had killed scores of people throughout Europe. Instead of shooting himself alone in the woods, Bissonnette said, thanks to his actions, maybe 100 people will now be saved. The recording was tabled into evidence by the Crown during Bissonnette's sentencing hearing. Maybe 200 or 300 people, he said later in the video. ( As reported in the news.