Marc Lepine was a Canadian man who blamed feminists for all of his problems. And on December 6, 1989, he decided they needed to pay for all the "trouble" they caused him. On that day, he killed 14 women in a matter of hours at the school that rejected him. Lepine entered the school's building armed with a rifle and a knife, along with an anti-woman agenda. Lepine is notably the first in a series misogynistic murderers that saw disgruntled young men and teenagers kill their classmates in horrific school shootings.
The École Polytechnique school shooting, also known as the Montreal massacre, remains one of Canada's worst violent incidents. The Marc Lepine murders show just how much some men can hate women.
He Killed 14 Women, And Injured Another 14 People
He Only Targeted Women During His Rampage, Because They Were "A Bunch Of Feminists"
His Hit List Had 19 Women's Named On It, And Not All Of Them Were Students
He Didn't Think Women Should've Been Studying Engineering
He Applied To École Polytechnique, But Was Rejected
His Mother Claims He Was Abused By His Father