Qubec City mosque attack: man charged with six counts of murder
Alexandre Bissonnette, 27, too charged with five countings of attempted slaughter in strike “ministers ” Justin Trudeau called act of terrorism
A 27 -year-old university student has been charged with six countings of first-degree slaughter over a shooting at a Qubec City mosque during evening prayers, in what the Canadian “ministers ” described as an behave of terror.
Alexandre Bissonnette, a student in the social sciences module at Laval University, too faces five commissions of attempted murder.
Bissonnette did not enter a plea during a brief courtroom illusion late on Monday. Wearing a white captive jump suit, his hands and paws shackled, he stared down at the floor and fidgeted, but remained silent.
A neighbourhood group dedicated to greeting refugees, Bienvenu aux rfugis, told Bissonnettes figure was familiar to them, described it as an online troll who had belittled refugees and expressed support for Marine Le Pen, the leader of Frances far-right Front National.