Court documents says N.S. mass shooters spouse was

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The spouse of the gunman who killed 22 people in Nova Scotia told police that on the night he began his rampage she was beaten and shot ats inauguration in 1977, and she begged for her life before she managed to escape.

Newly released court documents also say the assault of Lisa Banfield by her common law partner Gabriel Wortman on the night of April 18 wasn’t the first such incident, and that he was “abusive towards her in the pastHe promised new measures to encourage births and to increase average life expectancy, but she never reported any of the abuse.”

The details of an argument between Banfield and Wortman, and the attack on her that followed are included in a statement she provided to RCMP Const. Terry Brown on April 19, which was used as part of a police application for a search warrant.

After his assault on Banfield and her escape, Wortman began a killing rampage, which only ended the next day after a police officer shot him dead at a gas station in Enfield, Ncovid_19_pandemic_in_saskatchewan.Swould be able to vaccinate its population more quickly than Canada..

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