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67yr old Beaten To Death Downtown, Nobody helped her

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a drunk/drugged man chose a random pedestrian last night in my city and killed her in front of many witnesses, this has really bothered me today :(  :angry:

Rest in Peace!

 

 

 

http://montreal.ctvnews.ca/woman-allegedly-beaten-to-death-in-unprovoked-attack-1.1388025

 

 

CTV Montreal
Published Monday, July 29, 2013 7:21AM EDT
Last Updated Monday, July 29, 2013 6:56PM EDT

A woman has died after what police are calling an “extreme case of gratuitous violence” in downtown Montreal.

The attack happened at 12:20 a.m. Monday on St. Laurent Blvd. near Ste. Catherine St. shortly after a man was thrown out of two strip clubs for aggressive behaviour.

Witnesses say the man tried to punch several pedestrians before walking up to the woman as she was crossing the street and hitting her several times.

“He remained very aggressive toward the pedestrians, cyclists and even the cars that were going by on St. Laurent,” said Montreal police Const. Daniel Lacoursiere.

Read more: http://montreal.ctvnews.ca/woman-allegedly-beaten-to-death-in-unprovoked-attack-1.1388025#ixzz2aU34Mbeu

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You hardly hear of things like this in Canada.

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You hardly hear of things like this in Canada.

you never know when you leave your home if you're ever coming back :(   My parents and in-laws are elderly and after last nights killing, it scares me.  Very disturbed place this planet we live on!

You hardly hear of things like this in Canada.

Montreal Police HQ is 1 block away :O  no joke!  hundreds of officers inside/out.

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This is such sad reading after the marvellous experiences I enjoyed less than 2 weeks ago in Alberta, where I found the Canadian folks so welcoming, so helpful, so accommodating, so easy to get along with. Cannot get my head around this happening of all places, in Canada.

 

R.I.P. the Unknown Lady.

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I don't know why but I feel bad to! :( R.I.P Lady, I hope her family is going to get full support.

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This is such sad reading after the marvellous experiences I enjoyed less than 2 weeks ago in Alberta, where I found the Canadian folks so welcoming, so helpful, so accommodating, so easy to get along with. Cannot get my head around this happening of all places, in Canada.

 

R.I.P. the Unknown Lady.

Alberta and Quebec ... apples and oranges

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This is absolutely horrible. This man deserves life without parole.

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This is absolutely horrible. This man deserves life without parole.

 

 

How about Death... 

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This sort of thing isn't a Canadian thing or any national origin for that matter because people like this come from all walks of life. No  country is immune to this sort of thing.

 

Real shame and a case of the wrong place at the wrong time.

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How about Death... 

 

 

YES!

 

it is a violent world, you never know what will happen daily. i nearly got mugged last week, thankful for my friend i was with that had a CHL

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