The 26-year-old man accused of the unpremeditated murder of his stepfather, stabbed on June 26 on Drummond Street in downtown Montreal, was declared unfit to stand trial on Tuesday.
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The Court of Quebec therefore ordered that Guillaume Dion Roy submit to forced treatment with antipsychotics, since it is the recommendation made by the psychiatrist of the Philippe-Pinel Institute who made the assessment of the accused.
In addition to attacking his father-in-law, lawyer Raymond Hébert, Guillaume Dion Roy also allegedly stabbed his mother and two other people.
More details to come.