Federal politicians, furious in-laws and regular citizens vented their outrage Thursday at Quebec's most infamous free man.
Former doctor Guy Turcotte was released from a mental hospital Wednesday after killing his two young children. His exact whereabouts weren't immediately clear.
The ex-cardiologist faces the tough task of blending into a society angered at the fact that he's on the streets.
A board of examiners ruled that he could leave the hospital on the condition that he continue psychological treatment, live at an approved location and have no contact with ex-wife Isabelle Gaston.