Sandro Contenta December 10, 2009 06:43Updated May 30, 2010 12:16
TORONTO, Canada — Last Sunday, Canada commemorated the 20th anniversary of a massacre that haunts us still.
In 1989, a young man named Marc Lepine walked into the engineering school of the University of Montreal armed with a semi-automatic hunting rifle. He stalked its cafeteria and classrooms shouting, “I hate feminists,” and coldly separated the men from the women.
By the time he turned the gun on himself, 14 people lay murdered — all of them women.