Moncton Marks Anniversary of RCMP Officers Murders

The widows of three fallen Mounties are thanking the public for their support one year after their husbands were gunned down in Moncton, N.B.

Angela Gevaudan, Nadine Larche and Rachael Ross stood before dozens of people gathered at a ceremony in the city today to unveil a memorial for the RCMP officers who were killed by Justin Bourque last June 4.

Constables David Ross, Fabrice Gevaudan and Doug Larche died and constables Éric Dubois and Darlene Goguen were wounded by Bourque.

Angela Gevaudan said they wanted to show their gratitude for “a community that has embraced” them and their families since the officers rushed to a neighbourhood in the city’s north end to try and apprehend Bourque.

Read more in MetroNews.


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