Jacques Lanctôt

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Jacques Lanctôt is a Canadian writer and publisher, restaurateur, and former militant separatist.[1][2] Lanctôt is a former member of the FLQ, a violent separatist group. He was one of the FLQ members who kidnapped James Cross, a British diplomat in October 1970.

Cross was released, and Lanctôt and the other kidnappers were allowed to leave Canada.[2] Lanctôt returned to Canada in 1979, and served two years in prison. Following his release he set up a publishing house.

He is currently a columnist for the Canadian News service Canoe.ca[3]

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