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2019.06.21 07:22

 

Canadian gunman taught two other men about Islam while living at homeless shelter in the days before shooting and the trio were desperately trying to get hold of a car Michael Zehaf-Bibeau stayed at Ottawa Mission for around 10 days before his shooting spree; on Wednesday, police officers collected his belongings Other residents said he told them they should be praying five times a day because the end of the world is coming He befriended two English-speaking men and taught them about Islam, other residents said - but the two men have not been seen since Zehaf-Bibeau shot dead a soldier on Wednesday morning before opening fire inside the Parliament and being shot dead by the sergeant-at-arms 

The Muslim convert who gunned down a Canadian soldier outside Parliament lived at a homeless shelter in the days before the shooting and told residents the end of the world was coming.

Police collected Michael Zehaf-Bibeaus belongings from the Ottawa Mission homeless shelter after the shooting on Wednesday, CBC reported.

He stayed there for between one and two weeks, and in that time he had befriended two other men and they had been trying to track down a vehicle, residents told the Ottawa Citizen.

Residents often saw him chatting with the two English-speaking men, both in their 20s, about Islam but ever since the shooting, they have not seen them, the residents told the Citizen.

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Bizarre: Michael Zehaf-Bibeau, who shot dead a Canadian soldier on Wednesday, had stayed at a homeless shelter in the days before the shooting where he told residents the world is about to end

One resident said the men had looked shifty. 

There was three of them all the time going around with each other, he said. He was teaching them about Islam and stuff. He had them doing the Islamic prayer.

Resident John Clothier added to CBC: I overheard him trying to buy a car. A small car, because his car had a misfire, he said. He wanted to buy a car, desperately, and he was trying to get help from everybody in here to get a car.

The bizarre man would tell the residents that they should be praying five times a day because the end of the world is coming, Clothier recalled.

Other residents told the Citizen that he had said he was anti-Canadian and that his relatives had fought in Libya. Previous reports said his father had fought in Libya in 2011.

Shelter: He stayed at the Ottawa Mission, pictured, for around 10 days before the shooting and while there, he met two young English-speaking men in their 20s and taught them about Islam, other residents said

Another resident told the Citizen that Bibeau would tell people he was on a no-fly list and that his mother was some mucky-muck in the government. Bibeau had indeed had his passport seized by the government and was the son of Susan Bibeau, who is on the countrys immigration board.

Nine times out of 10, you pass it off as bulls***, the resident, Duncan, said. 

Clothier said that authorities arrived at the shelter on Wednesday evening to collect Bibeaus belongings and spent a lengthy period of time in the shelters computer room.  

 

The Ottawa Missions executive director, Peter Tilley, could not confirm if the gunman had stayed there because of privacy reasons, but he said the shelter was working closely with police.

There are records of him previously staying at other shelters, including a Salvation Army homeless shelter and a rooming house in Vancouver.

Attack: On Wednesday, he fatally shot Corporal Nathan Cirillo as he stood guard at the National War Memorial in Ottawa. Police, bystanders and soldiers are seen helping Cirillo after he was hit

 

Victim: Cirillo, left in his uniform and right with his six-year-old son and one of his dogs, was a single father

On Wednesday morning, he approached Corporal Nathan Cirillo, 24, as he stood guard at the National War Memorial and shot him in the abdomen. Cirillo, a single father, died of his injuries.

Zehaf-Bibeau, 32, then ran inside the Parliament, where he opened gunfire. He was eventually stopped by Sergeant-at-Arms Kevin Vickers, who shot him dead.

On Thursday, Vickers received a standing ovation from MPs as he returned to the House of Commons and Prime Minister Stephen Harper said the country would not be intimidated by terrorists.

After the shooting, it emerged tha the gunman, whose full name was Michael, Joseph, Paul, Abdallah Bulgasem Zehaf Bibeau, had recently converted to Islam and had a lengthy history of crime, including arrests and jail time for drugs charges, robbery and assault.

He had also recently been designated a high-risk traveler by the Canadian government and had his passport seized.

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