In Montreal, the Premier of Quebec, François Legault, reacted to the series of murders that have shaken the metropolis in recent days and offered his condolences to the families of the victims.
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“It’s terrible what happened. My condolences to the families, it must be so hard to take,” he said.
Mr Legault expressed his thoughts as he left a vaccination clinic in east Montreal, where he had just received a fourth dose of the vaccine.
“I’m glad we’re rid of that person. We also need to see what happened. Given that this is someone who has already been targeted, why was he released? need to tighten [les mesures]he asked himself.
The Prime Minister also praised the work of the police who acted quickly, adding that he hoped such a situation would not happen again.
On Tuesday night, a suspected serial killer fatally shot two seemingly random people in the head. On Wednesday, the same killer would have re-offended by making a third victim in Laval.
On Thursday morning, police killed the suspect who had taken refuge in a motel in the Saint-Laurent district.