Canadian High Court has reduced the sentence of a shooter, Alexandre Bissonnette who shot 6 Muslims in 2017 as they were praying in a mosque in Quebec.
He was sentence to two life sentences for killing 6 Muslims and injuring five others.
The latest court decision made him eligibale for parole in 25 years, which was previously 40 years.
Back in January of 2017, Bissonnette stormed Quebec Islamic Cultural Centre and started shooting at worshippers killing 6 worshippers right away. Later he pleaded guilty to his crimes.
Muslims all around the world expressed unhappiness over the decision.