Shooting at Dawson College in Montreal

superdave

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didn't we spend a couple billion on a gun registry program to prevent incidents exactly like this from happening....it's too bad the cop who saw the guy walking into the school didn't shoot the marc lepine wannabe in the back of the head.
 

ProjectHate

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yea very crazy i used to go to vanier but ive been in dawson and ..ya someone went around shooting people, lotsa blood and voilence and stuff.
 

bladesyz

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[exile] said:
http://www.ctv.ca/servlet/ArticleNews/story/CTVNews/20060913/montreal_shooting_060913/20060913?hub=CTVNewsAt11

Senseless and unnecessary. This happened at a CEGEP 10 minutes away from mine today.

Reminiscent of Columbine and the like.

Discuss.
What CEGEP do you go to?

This was pretty crazy. I used to hang out at Dawson all the time. A lot of my friends went there. I even spent all my high school saturdays there. To think that this kind of thing would happen in Dawson is almost like hitting home.

A friend of mine is still in Dawson. It's a good thing he didn't go to school today, but he's pretty upset (that's an understatement!) about it all.
 

Dondrei

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So was this guy a student or what? That article is a little light on the details. I'll be interested to see how he got the guns in question.
 

bladesyz

Diabloii.Net Member
[exile] said:
This is about the most info they've released so far:

http://www.ctv.ca/servlet/ArticleNews/story/CTVNews/20060914/gill_profile_060914/20060914?hub=TopStories

I go to Marianopolis College, just up the hill.
Thought you might be. That's where I went. I used to head down the hill almost everyday after class to hang with my friends in Dawson.

It doesn't say whether that guy was actually a student of Dawson. Why the hell would he shoot up Dawson if he wasn't a student there? Isn't he a little too old for highschool angst?
 

Dondrei

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exile's link said:
In an autobiographical survey, he answers the question, "How do you want to die?" with an eerie foreshadowed response: "Like Romeo and Juliet -- or -- in a hail of gunfire."

...

In a blog on VampireFreaks.com, an online hub of goth culture, journal entries made in Gill's name speak about the hatred he feels toward society and his obsession for guns.

His "likes" include "crushing my enemies skulls" and "Super Psycho Maniacs roaming the streets freely."

The blog includes a photo of a tombstone with his name printed on it. Below it, the phrase reads: "Lived fast died young. Left a mangled corpse."

...

"His name is Trench. You will come to know him as the Angel of Death," he wrote.

"He is not a people person. He has met a handfull (sic) of people in his life who are decent."

But, he says he finds the vast majority to be "worthless, no good, kniving, betraying lieing (sic), deceptive."

...

Also on Gill's "likes" list are: massacres, trenchcoats and destruction.

He dislikes "The world and everything in it."

"But to be more specific," he continues, he hates jocks, preps, country music, Hip Hop, "bible-thumping know-it-alls," God and "all those who oppose my rule."
Like they don't all say that.

exile's link said:
Gill describes life "as a video game, you've got to die sometime.'' He says he is a fan of the controversial and violent video game series Postal, which the targets are everyday human beings completing everyday errands.
*Waits for outcry from conservative and family groups*

exile's link said:
But former Toronto homicide detective Mark Mendolson believes someone who saw Gill posing with a gun on his blog should have alerted authorities. In one image, Gill appears to be holding a rifle in the basement of his Montreal home.

"Something like this, you don't keep to yourself," Mendolson told CTV News. "So there are probably scores of his peers or colleagues from school, who have seen him with this gun -- I am quite sure. And what did they all do about it?"
LOL. *Remembers to report all suspicious activity he sees on the internet*

exile's link said:
"It was only lately ... that he wore dark clothes," she said. "Dark clothes and a funny haircut."
Oh no! Run!
 
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