Jury convicts man in 2012 Quebec election shooting
A Canadian jury convicted a man of murder for a 2012 attack that killed one after he opened fire on an election victory rally for Quebec separatists. Richard Henry Bain was convicted of second-degree murder and three counts of attempted murder. He will be sentenced on September 6. Mr Bain was accused of opening fire at a September 4, 2012, rally outside a concert venue here as the newly elected premier of the French-speaking Canadian province, Pauline Marois, was speaking. Mr Bain was masked, dressed in a bathrobe and screaming anti-French slogans as he fired shots, killing a bystander.