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Justin Bourque is shown in this artist's sketch during his court appearance in Moncton Friday, June 6, 2014. Bourque is charged with three counts of first-degree murder and two counts of attempted murder after one of the worst mass shootings in the RCMP's history.

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RCMP officers guard a roadblock to the on ramp to highway 15 west in Moncton on June 5, 2014.

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Pioneer Ave. in a Moncton, New Brunswick trailer park where Justin Bourque lived after moving out on his own, photographed June 6 2014. For a story on Bourque, the gunman alleged to have shot and killed three RCMP officers and who was captured after a concerted manhunt.

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Supt Marlene Snowman,Office in charge of Codiac RCMP speaks at a press conference in Moncton, new Brunswick on June 6 2014 to talk about the apprehension of gunman Justin Bourque. Three RCMP officers are dead and two wounded after Bourque, 24, allegedly shot the officers on June 4 2014.

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Assistant Commissioner Roger Brown, Commanding officer of New Brunswick RCMP (LEFT) and Supt Marlene Snowman,Officer in charge of Codiac RCMP attend a press conference in Moncton, New Brunswick on June 6 2014 to talk about the apprehension of gunman Justin Bourque. Three RCMP officers are dead and two wounded after Bourque, 24, allegedly shot the officers on June 4 2014.

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The Pioneer Ave. home in a Moncton, New Brunswick trailer park where Justin Bourque lived after moving out on his own, photographed June 6 2014. For a story on Bourque, the gunman alleged to have shot and killed three RCMP officers and who was captured after a concerted manhunt.

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The Pioneer Ave. home in a Moncton, New Brunswick trailer park where Justin Bourque lived after moving out on his own, photographed June 6 2014. For a story on Bourque, the gunman alleged to have shot and killed three RCMP officers and who was captured after a concerted manhunt.

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Closeups of notes left at a makeshift memorial outside the Codiac RCMP Detachment in Moncton, New Brunswick on June 6 2014. Justin Bourque is alleged to have shot and killed three RCMP officers and who was captured after a concerted manhunt.

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Closeups of notes left at a makeshift memorial outside the Codiac RCMP Detachment in Moncton, New Brunswick on June 6 2014. Justin Bourque is alleged to have shot and killed three RCMP officers and who was captured after a concerted manhunt.

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Despite the steady rain and cool temperatures, people continued to bring flowers and notes to a makeshift memorial outside the Codiac RCMP Detachment in Moncton, new Brunswick on June 6 2014. Justin Bourque is alleged to have shot and killed three RCMP officers and who was captured after a concerted manhunt.

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Officers of the Sheriff's department stand guard as the van transporting Justin Bourque arrives at the courthouse in Moncton, New Brunswick June 6, 2014. Canadian police have arrested Bourque, suspected of having shot dead three police officers and wounding two more, ending a massive manhunt, the police said on Friday. The shooting in the eastern city of Moncton was one of the worst of its kind in Canada, where gun laws are stricter than in the United States and deadly attacks on police are rare.

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A police vehicle sits in front of the home where Justin Bourque was eventually apprehended in Moncton, New Brunswick June 6, 2014. Canadian police said on Friday they had arrested the 24-year-old man who they suspect shot dead three police officers and wounded two more in the eastern city of Moncton, ending a massive manhunt.

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Virginia Boudreau, a resident of the same trailer park that Justin Bourque lived in stands outside her trailer home in Moncton June 6/2014.

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Despite the steady rain and cool temperatures, people continued to bring flowers and notes to a makeshift memorial outside the Codiac RCMP Detachment in Moncton, new Brunswick on June 6 2014. Justin Bourque is alleged to have shot and killed three RCMP officers and who was captured after a concerted manhunt.

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People hug outside RCMP headquarters in Moncton, N.B., on Friday, June 6, 2014. RCMP say a man suspected in the shooting deaths of three Mounties and the wounding of two others in Moncton was unarmed at the time of his arrest early Friday and was taken into custody without incident.

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Closeups of notes left at a makeshift memorial outside the Codiac RCMP Detachment in Moncton, New Brunswick on June 6 2014. Justin Bourque is alleged to have shot and killed three RCMP officers and who was captured after a concerted manhunt.

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Closeups of notes left at a makeshift memorial outside the Codiac RCMP Detachment in Moncton, New Brunswick on June 6 2014. Justin Bourque is alleged to have shot and killed three RCMP officers and who was captured after a concerted manhunt.

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