Victims’ families in Quebec mosque shooting ‘astonished’ by shooter’s sentence

Alexandre Bissonnette, who pleaded guilty to killing six men at a Quebec City mosque two years ago, will serve an automatic life sentence and be allowed to go before the Parole Board of Canada after serving 40 years. Victims and their families say they’re flabbergasted and extremely disappointed by the judge’s parole decision.

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