The Canadian Press

1997-09-12 | Guard shot

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Quebec's prison guards demanded and got better protection after a fellow guard was ambushed in his van by two men. Forty-nine-year-old Pierre Rondeau was the second Quebec prison guard to die in what many believed was a battle between police and biker gangs. Guard Don McGovern said guards expected to face danger in prisons, but not on the outside. (After a one-day walkout, the Quebec government agreed to allow prison guards to wear bulletproof vests and be armed when transporting prisoners.)

Date: 1997-09-12
Placeline: MONTREAL, Quebec.
Source: The Canadian Press
Length: 18 seconds

Transcript Prediction: << on the workplace we expect that that's why we were paid to do the job that's that can be expected but not when we're on the way home or I knocked one we're going to trying to do our job the best we can and stopping at a railroad crossing in a banal Oz and getting shot that's not what were you supposed to beat that's not what's supposed to be happening >>