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How it started with an image that changed everything The video was taken on March 25, 2015, and the images were posted by a man called Michael St. Pierre.

He had posted a series of images to social media, some of them disturbing, that included a young woman being raped and decapitated, and an elderly woman being thrown from a moving car.

He also posted a video on YouTube that showed a man with a gun and an assault rifle in the woods.

At one point, St.

Pierre said he thought he was about to be killed.

“He got into the house, shot the first guy and he ran,” St. Patrick told CBC News.

“I started running towards the house and then I saw my wife screaming for help.”

St. Patty had just been fired from her job as a nurse at a hospital in Guelph, Ont.

She says she had to use her phone to call 911.

“They said they had an intruder in the house,” St Patty said.

“Then they said, ‘Do you know who the intruder is?’

I said, he’s the guy with the gun.

Then they said ‘Do your job.'”

St. Patti says she called her husband and asked him to come to the hospital, where she says she found St. Piuson.

“When he got here, he just sat down and started crying and said, you’re going to be the first person to see me, and I said ‘I’m sorry.

I’m sorry,'” she recalled.

“The next thing I know, he shot me in the face.”

St Pierre was shot in the right cheek and suffered a fractured orbital bone.

He was rushed to hospital, and doctors had to cut his skull open to save the life of his wife, who was in critical condition.

“This was the most horrific thing that I’ve ever seen,” St Patrick said.

In the hours that followed, St Pierre’s video went viral, reaching over 100 million views.

It was shared on websites like Reddit and Twitter, and has been shared more than 7,000 times in the last few months.

“If I hadn’t done something about the situation, this could have gone much, much worse,” St Pierre told CBC news.

He says he was shocked by the amount of support he had received, and that it helped him to rebuild his life and his relationship with his wife.

“My wife, she was a rock and I needed her support, I needed help,” he said.

St. John’s police said they have spoken to St. Peter, St Patrick and the two other people who were in the car at the time of the shooting.

They have not yet determined what charges they will bring.

St Patrick says he doesn’t want the video to overshadow his wife’s recovery.

“What we want to do is heal this relationship,” he told CBC.

“She’s doing well.

She’s a loving, caring woman and she deserves to be healed and she’s doing that.”

I think it’s unfortunate that it got so bad and people think it was just a one-off incident.

“It’s not the one that killed my wife. “

You just have to ask yourself if it’s the person who did this or the person that caused this,” he explained.

“It’s not the one that killed my wife.

It is the person they brought into my life.”

St Paul’s police have not responded to CBC’s request for comment.