October 31, 2017
Maybe if the city of Montreal had competent police forces this wouldn’t have happened.
“Her name was Clémence, and we will remember her,” said Quebec Superior Court Justice Hélène Di Salvo before turning to the 20-year-old woman’s murderer, Randy Tshilumba, and sentencing him to life in prison.
Earlier in the sentencing hearing Wednesday, under a projected photo of a smiling Beaulieu-Patry, family members and friends spoke about the impact the young woman had had on their lives.
Last week, a jury found Tshilumba, 21, guilty of first-degree murder in the death of Beaulieu-Patry. He stabbed her to death in the Maxi supermarket where she worked on April 10, 2016.