In the twenty minutes before Lépine shot dead fourteen women and injured fourteen people more. Lépine separated the women from about 50 men, instructing the men to leave and stated that he was "fighting feminism" and opened fire. Lépine continued through the second and third floors, targeting women only. The victims were 21-year-old Geneviève Bergeron, 23-year-old Hélène Colgan, 23-year-old Nathalie Croteau, 22-year-old Barbara Daigneault, 21-year-old Anne-Marie Edward, 29-year-old Maud Haviernick, 25-year-old Maryse Laganière, 23-year-old Maryse Leclair, 22-year-old Anne-Marie Lemay, 28-year-old Sonia Pelletier, 21-year-old Michèle Richard, 23-year-old Annie St-Arneault, 20-year-old Annie Turcotte and 31-year-old Barbara Klucznik-Widajewicz. Lépine's inside jacket pocket contained a suicide letter containing a list of nineteen Quebec women whom Lépine apparently wished to kill because he considered them feminists. (6 December 1989)
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