Compounding the horrific events that struck Moncton, N.B., on Wednesday evening and continue to shake the community through Thursday is the niggling fear that, just maybe, we should have seen it coming.
Three Mounties were killed and two others were injured when a heavily-armed suspect went on a rampage in the city of 70,000 people. Photos of the suspect show a young man dressed in camouflage, carrying two large firearms, a crossbow and at least one knife.
New Brunswick RCMP has identified the suspect as 24-year-old Justin Bourque. But even as the suspect remained out of the grasp of authorities, a clearer picture has emerged about who he was and that an attack may have been predictable.
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At least two people who know Bourque have come out and said they saw warning signs. A close friend told Business Insider that the last time they hung out, Bourque was acting strangely and told him to have a good life. A woman who hadRead More »from Moncton shooting suspect's online profile offered clues to his troubled state