boys killed The reverend conducting a funeral service Saturday for two young New Brunswick brothers killed by an escaped python urged people not to succumb to anger or pass judgement.
Rev. Maurice Frenette said now is not the coach outlet store locations nj time to point fingers and lay blame in the deaths of Noah Barthe, 4, and his brother, Connor, 6, who were found asphyxiated last Monday. The boys were found dead, killed by a snake escaped from its enclosure, last Monday morning at a family friend's apartment coach outlet coupons 50% above the pet store Reptile Ocean. Both premises are owned by Jean Claude Savoie, who kept the illegal python as a pet in the apartment. Savoie's son, a friend of the Barthe boys, had been sleeping in another room coach outlet handbags 777 and was unharmed. Ahead of Saturday's funeral, Constant Paradise, a family friend, said she doesn't blame Savoie for the tragedy. She said the community will be there for the boys' parents, but also Savoie. all, it was an accident, she said. Police have not announced any charges against Savoie, though the province seized 27 illegal reptiles from his store on Friday. Among them were four large American alligators, which, like the python, were euthanized. The other coach bags outlet canada critters including 20 non lethal snakes and a turtle were moved to zoos in New Brunswick and Ontario. Prime Minister Stephen Harper promised Friday that the federal government would address the issue of regulations on the ownership of exotic animals. On Thursday, the boys' father, Andrew Barthe, posted this comment on Facebook: "We all grieve in our own way.
Being a private person, I do not feel that I need to display my emotions to the whole world. The days ahead are going to be excruciatingly difficult for me and my family. We thank you for your understanding.
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