Shooting at Dawson College...

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lets wait too see what really happened who was the shooter was he nuts or did he have an agenda it and the only reason we have gun problem is because our neighbours have bigger one
The news and everything is over exploiting the fact that he like heavy metal music, basically implying that it led him to do that. Taht is such bullshit. He was nothing more than a punk and he could have listened to Britney Spears and he still would have done it. Hes nothing more than a Piece of ****!
Another sad day in Montreal, another nut job shooting people in Montreal.

Lets not forget December 6th, 1989 when Marc Lepine shot and killed 14 women at École Polytechnique de Montréal, an engineering school.

Marc Lépine (October 26, 1964 – December 6, 1989) was a Canadian mass murderer who killed 14 women in what is known as the École Polytechnique massacre.

Born Gamil Gharbi, the son of an Algerian Muslim immigrant Liess Gharbi and Canadian Monique Lépine, he grew up in a poor and dysfunctional household in Montreal. His father was a violent alcoholic who brutalized his family; he and Lépine were divorced in 1976. When Gamil was 13, he changed his name out of resentment towards Gharbi.

As a teenager, Lépine had difficulty establishing and maintaining relationships with females and over time began to blame feminism for his problems to the point that he developed a pathological hatred of women. He spent a number of years in post-secondary colleges but never finished his studies at them. He applied to join the Canadian Armed Forces but was rejected as unsuitable. When his application to engineering school was turned down on the grounds that he had not completed all prerequisite junior college courses, Lépine came to believe that it was women who had robbed him of his "rightful place" in the education system, and in the world.

On November 21, 1989, Lépine purchased a Ruger Mini-14 semi-automatic rifle at a local sporting goods store. On December 6, Lépine walked into the École Polytechnique de Montréal, an engineering school affiliated with the Université de Montréal. There, he first entered a second floor classroom where he ordered the males to leave and proceeded to shoot the nine women who remained while screaming "I hate feminists". After this, Lépine proceeded to shoot other women throughout the building. He shot a total of 26 people. Thirteen female students and one female university employee were killed, and four men and eight more women were injured before Lépine turned the gun on himself.

Lépine left behind a three-page letter claiming feminists had ruined his life. It also contained a virtual hit list of nineteen high-profile Quebec women whom he apparently wanted to kill, and expressed his admiration for Denis Lortie, who had killed three Quebec government employees in 1984.

Marc Lépine is buried in the Cimetière Notre-Dame-des-Neiges in Montreal, just a few blocks from where he committed his crime

Here is Marc's victims:

Geneviève Bergeron, civil engineering student.
Hélène Colgan, mechanical engineering student.
Nathalie Croteau, mechanical engineering student.
Barbara Daigneault mechanical engineering student.
Anne-Marie Edward, chemical engineering student.
Maud Haviernick, materials engineering student.
Maryse Laganière, budget clerk in the École Polytechnique's finance department.
Maryse Leclair, materials engineering student.
Anne-Marie Lemay, mechanical engineering student.
Sonia Pelletier, mechanical engineering student.
Michèle Richard, materials engineering student.
Annie St-Arneault, mechanical engineering student.
Annie Turcotte, materials engineering student.
Barbara Klucznik-Widajewicz, nursing student

May you never be forgotten. RIP
Well, I guessed that someone would point to gun control, it's effectivity, and the US contribution toward world violence. Just had hoped it wouldn't have been in this forum.

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