The making of a murderer
The gunman killed on Parliament Hill on Wednesday had been staying at the Ottawa Mission on Waller Street for some time and had, along with two other men, been trying to get ahold of a vehicle, witnesses have told the Citizen.
One witness says that while at the downtown shelter, Michael Zehaf-Bibeau would talk about being anti-Canadian and tell others how his relatives had been fighters in Libya.
Standing outside the Mission on Thursday, several men told the Citizen that Zehaf-Bibeau had stayed there, and that RCMP officers and local police had visited the premises several times in the past 24 hours.
Zehaf-Bibeau had been at the Mission for about 10 days prior to Wednesday, when he gunned down a soldier at the National War Memorial, according to a man who identified himself as Scott.
Another man, who said his initials were P.M., said Zehaf-Bibeau was close with two younger…
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