[VIDEO] Letter to Alexander Bissonnette: words that reveal a personality “extremely narcissistic”

News 29 March, 2018
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    The letter read in court, Wednesday, by the author of the massacre at the mosque of Québec, would reveal a personality “extremely narcissistic”.

    Wednesday, at the palace of justice of Quebec, Alexandre Bissonnette has pleaded guilty to 12 counts of premeditated murder and attempted murder leveled against him. Speaking to the victims and their families, he expressed his remorse, pretending to be a terrorist or anti-islamic, and explaining that he was struggling with suicidal thoughts at the time of the tragedy.

    The ex-agent of the Sûreté du Québec, Paul Laurel, who is closely interested in the phenomenon of mass murders, mass, believes that the words of Alexandre Bissonnette says a lot about him. “When I saw the letter, I did: Wow! What level of use of the first person! It is “I” and “me” constantly”, he reported. He noted that there were “maybe three lines for the victims”, all the rest revolving around his person.


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    After the Columbine massacre, which occurred in 1999, Mr Laurier took part in an important meeting to identify the common points to the killers of the mass, and a twenty traits were emerged. “When I read the letter yesterday, I said to myself: this is exactly a characteristic of someone who is still in a mental process” special”, he said in Quebec Morning.

    It is now hoped that the evidence that has been gathered against him will be fully utilized for science, in order to prevent other tragedies. “We can’t do anything to the past; however, we can learn from the past. […] It is known that he was doing the tracking, you know a packet of stuff on him,” says the man.

    “There are ways, now, with artificial intelligence, go to see the corpus of these killers, to analyze and to be able to particularly detect”, he started, wishing now that the Crown is ordered to preserve the evidence for analysis, if necessary, by specialists able to do.

    “It is necessary to turn the page, but it is necessary to try to understand what happened,” he says, recalling that the number of killings of mass is “statistically unusual” in Quebec, the history of which is marked in iron red by the events of Polytechnique, Concordia, Dawson city, of the mosque of Quebec, and by various acts of terror that have been committed here.