Summary: Canadian suspected terrorist and son of Immigration and Refugee Board of Canada's Immigration Division deputy chairperson Susan Bibeau who shot and killed 24-year-old Canadian reservist soldier Nathan Cirillo while on a ceremonial guard duty at the Tomb of the Unknown Soldier at the Canadian National War Memorial during a series of shootings that occurred at Ottawa's Parliament Hill legislative buildings after he launched an attack in the nearby Centre Block parliament building, where members of the Parliament of Canada were attending caucuses just two days after a recent ramming attack on military personnel in Quebec that also killed another Canadian soldier, who was described as a habitual offender and drug addict who had converted to Islam in 2004 (he had been observed by acquaintances and mosque staff exhibiting erratic behavior) and recently planned to leave Canada for the Middle East when he was residing at a Ottawa homeless shelter while waiting for the processing of his Canadian passport application prior to the shooting.
Cause of Death: Shot to death during a police shootout
Born: October 16, 1982
Died: October 22, 2014
Location: Ottawa, Canada