A former Montreal police officer is expressing concerns about the man who shot him and his female partner in 1993.
The gunman, Claude Forget, was scheduled to be released today in Drummondville after serving nearly 30 years behind bar, including time for armed robberies.
Release conditions likely include staying away from his victims.
"He does not like authority, he never did, he's a narcissistic, self-centered, egotistical person", Walter Filippas told CTV News.
Among other things, Filippas suffered nerve and hearing damage.
His partner, Lucy Krazowski, also survived.
The two merely wanted to question Forget, who expressed little remorse over the shootings.
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