A man described as a disgruntled employee who wanted revenge has been found guilty on two counts of first degree murder.
Kevin Addison was also found guilty of two counts of attempted murder in that brutal incident at the Western Forest Products Mill in Nanaimo two years ago.
Addison shot Michael Lunn and Fred McEachern, killing both, but the defence argued he was depressed an in an altered state of mind at the time.
Earl Kelly and Tony Sudar were wounded.
But the Crown said while Addison may have been depressed at his firing from the facility in 2008, his motive was revenge which intensified after he wasn’t rehired two years later.