Slaughter in the mosque: Bissonnette was “in agreement with the words of Trump” on immigration

News 28 March, 2018
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    Kathleen Frenette

    Wednesday, 28 march 2018, 12:03

    Wednesday, 28 march 2018 13:56

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    At the time he committed his crimes, Alexandre Bissonnette was “in agreement with the words of Donald Trump to the effect to block any immigration”.

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    This is according to the latest excerpts of the search warrants that have just been made public by justice François Huot after that Bissonnette was convicted of the murder of six men in the great mosque of Québec, and of having made an attempt on the lives of 40 other people.

    We learn in this document that Bissonnette lived in the home of his parents for a week because “he was very anxious and unstable”, and that his doctor had just prescribed a new medication, APO-Paroxetine.

    We learn also that Bissonnette’s, when he called 911, identified himself as the shooter of the mosque and had said that they wanted to go, but also want to “shoot a bullet in the head”, indicating they had a gun, that he had “put on the back seat”. He had cried and added “that he had two guns”, but that he couldn’t remember anything and that the”other gun [was] stayed there”.

    Bissonnette had finally told the dispatcher 911 that he wished to leave to walk in the woods and shoot a bullet in the head. However, he had also made it clear that he would “cooperate 100 %, that he was tired and he was anxious that the police officers involved”.