13 Hours Podcast: Origins | 7

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This episode begins more than a decade before the events of April 18 and 19, 2020, when the Nova Scotia gunman travelled to Fredericton, New Brunswick to clean out the apartment of his “dear friend,” Tom Evans.

People who knew them say their business relationship had a darker side; they had been smuggling cigarettes and alcohol into Canada from the United States for years.

After settling his friend’s estate, the gunman took home more than $200,000, and a semi-automatic rifle he would use in a terrible killing spree more than a decade later. And his relationship with Evans was a link to other weapons police say he used that weekend.

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