Murder of a teenager: “I don't think I'll be able to recover”

Teenager Murder: “I don’t think I will be able to get away reset” /></p><p> RESET » DAY</p><p><strong>A teenage girl gives a touching testimony on the loss of her friend, this 17-year-old who was shot several times in the street on Thursday evening in Montreal.</strong>  </p><p>“I don't think I'm going to be able to get over it, maybe someday, but it's never going to leave my heart, it will always be in my heart until I too…” she, unable to finish her sentence, still in shock.</p><p>The evening of her death, she was unable to imagine the loss of her friend whom she had seen every day for the past four recent years.</p><p>“When I heard the news, I did not want to believe it […] There is one of my friends who came to tell me that he is dead, I said no, I refuse to go there believe and I went on Instagram to ask one of her close friends,” says the teenager.</p><p>She was a person who got along well with everyone, according to her. The girl wanted to share her misunderstanding of this crime as soon as possible.</p><p>“I couldn't stay here without 'posting'. I went to see our photos in memory, it was really sad. He was a really good person, I don't think he would have wanted anyone harm and that someone would have wished him harm, ”she underlines.</p><script async=

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