Crown hopes Quebec mosque shooter's guilty plea brings 'relief'

Crown hopes Quebec mosque shooter's guilty plea brings 'relief'

Alexandre Bissonnette has pleaded guilty to six charges of murder and six charges of attempted murder in last year's Quebec mosque attack. Bissonnette originally pleaded not guilty to the 12 charges Monday.
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