“He killed my daughter, he’s already out!”: Barely detained, the author of a fatal hit-and-run in Brassard has already been released.

Not sent to prison for hitting and leaving a pedestrian in Brossard, a driver has already been acquitted while admitting to being distracted at the time of the tragedy.

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“Don’t tell me you haven’t seen my daughter, that’s impossible. It breaks my heart to know that she’s justifying herself… Take responsibility for what you did,” says Eliane Dell, the mother of Clarissa St-Armand Dell, who was shot and killed on June 24, 2022.

José Luis Raymond was driving at 90 km/h in a 50 km/h zone when he hit the victim crossing the Boulevard de Rome.

He was driving at a full speed of 100 km/h over the permissible limit and cowardly fled the spot after the impact.

The driver was found by police a few days later and charged with causing death by causing a crash and causing death by dangerous driving.

Jose Luis Raymond.

Photo agent QMI, Maxim Delent

He was sentenced to two years in prison last February. He was recently released after serving less than five months in prison, as required by law, after serving one-sixth of his sentence.

New explanations

“He killed my daughter and he’s already out! He can go on with his life, work. Me, my life is ruined forever,” M laments.me Tel.


Eliane Dell, mother of Clarissa Saint-Armand Dell.

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Raymond, who has never spoken publicly about the circumstances of the tragedy, recently offered an explanation for what may have happened during the collision: His eyes took a few moments off the road and the music changed on the touchscreen. of his vehicle.

We can read this in a recent decision of the Quebec Parole Commission.


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The 34-year-old man, who was returning from a bar that evening, denies being drunk at the time of the attack.

In the moments before the tragedy, he drove around like a madman hoping a McDonald’s would be open at midnight. In the hour before the confrontation, Jose Luis Raymond tried five times to go to an open branch of this fast food chain.

Crossing the South Shore from Montreal, he drove at 145 km/h on the Champlain Bridge, where the speed limit is 80 km/h.

Betrayed by his phone

When he cut down the young victim, he ran into a closed door at McDonald’s on DIX30.


The victim was attacked on June 24, 2022 on Boulevard de Rome at the corner of Rue Lautrec in Brassard.

Photo agency QMI, Thierry Laforce

Investigators were able to trace all of Raymond’s movements, thanks to his seized phone.

They were able to establish a timeline of his evening, places visited and his speed of travel.

If a prisoner can be released after serving one-sixth of his sentence, it is because the commission deems he does not represent an “unacceptable risk to society”.

Tragedy can be an “isolated” gesture, “an impulsive and error of judgment with more serious consequences than a normal course of action,” we read in a recently made public decision.

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