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Alexandre Bissonnette's parents say 'very severe sentence' denies all hope of rehabilitation

CBC.ca Tuesday, 12 February 2019 ()
Alexandre Bissonnette's parents say 'very severe sentence' denies all hope of rehabilitationManon Marchand and Raymond Bissonnette issued an open letter Monday evening, questioning the severity of the minimum 40-year sentence handed down to their son Alexandre Friday and blaming the Crown for encouraging a "desire for revenge."
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