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Canada

22 January 2009

CBC News (Canada)

A Quebec man acquitted of slaying a police officer during a house raid has pleaded guilty to several related weapons charges. Basil Parasiris faces up to 20 months in prison after pleading guilty to eight gun charges in a Quebec court Thursday. He was charged with possessing and storing illegal weapons in his Montreal South Shore home where he shot and killed Laval police officer Daniel Tessier in March 2007 during a botched pre-dawn raid. The Crown prosecutor and... (GunPolicy.org)

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