Reaction to Michel Cadotte verdict

Quebec AM

People who have been directly affected by Alzheimers are reacting to the sentencing of Michel Cadotte. Cadotte was sentenced to two years less a day for killing his wife, Jocelyne Lizotte. She was 60 years old and was in the late stages of Alzheimer's disease. Clair Webster cared for her mother for 12 years and now works as an Alzheimers consultant in Montreal. She spoke to guest host Marika Wheeler.

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