Three men convicted of taking part in a brazen and reckless shooting in Old Montreal that left two men dead and two others injured appeared drained as they learne
Kyle Gabriel, Terrell Lloyd Smith and Carey Isaac Regis were each found guilty of two counts of first-degree murder and another two of attempted murder after a trial that began last September.
All three received automatic life sentences.
Two men — Jean Gaston and Peter Christopoulos — died in a hail of gunfire in the shooting on the afternoon of March 18, 2010. Two other men, Frédéric Louis and Alain Gagnon, were also hurt.
Montreal police say the killers fired off at least 60 shots inside the store. They believe their intended target was the store’s owner — street gang leader Ducarme Joseph. He was not hurt.
Joseph was subpoenaed to testify at the trial, but never showed up.