Canadian Bomber — Joseph Albert Guay
Albert wanted away from his wife. Divorce? No! Blow up a plane!
Albert Guay worked in Quebec's jewelry and watch industry in the mid-40s. He had a wife, a recent daughter, and a young mistress on the side. In 1948, rumors about his relationship with a woman nearly half his age reached the ears of his wife, Rita.
The young mistress, Marie-Ange Robitaille, was thrown out of her house. Desperate because his young love is now homeless, Albert asked his friend Marguerite Ruest to take her in.