Suspected Terrorists in Pierre Laporte's Death
(Original Caption) Montreal: Four suspected terrorists of the Quebec Liberation Front (FLQ) were declared "criminally responsible" for the killing of Provincial Labor Leader Minister Pierre Laporte January 4, and held for trial by judge Jacques Trahan. L-R., Jacques Rose, (top L) Paul Rose, (top R) Francis Simard, (bottom L) and Bernard Lortie. The Rose brothers and Simard appeared at the final session of the Laporte inquest Jan. 4th and refused to testify, defiantly shouting "Long Live the FLQ", a policeman read into the report that Francis Simard confessed that he and the Rose's strangled Laporte with the chain of his religious medal on October 17.
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January 04, 1971
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