Martin Godin died Sunday night in a Quebec City hospital, three weeks after trying to shoot himself to death.
The dark shadow of suicide, with its tragic aura of failure, was deepened by the fact Godin's death frustratingly left us with unanswered questions. For Godin also allegedly murdered his two young daughters, his ex-wife and her boyfriend.
Godin, always the prime suspect in the killings, never spoke. His death leaves police in the Chaudiere-Appalaches region south of Quebec City trying to fill in the missing pieces of what's thought to have been a murderous love triangle before they close the file.
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Godin was always the prime suspect, but investigators will have to turn up other sources to reveal what finally may have driven him to annihilate his family and the timeline for his rampage, which covered two communities 70 kilometres apart.
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