CEBU (AFP) - A Canadian involved in legal disputes with his neighbours shot dead two people Tuesday in a courtroom rampage in the central Philippines before killing himself, police said. John Pope, 66, a former journalist, arrived with two hidden pistols at a courtroom that was hearing a case against him for “mischief”, said Senior Superintendent Mariano Natuel, police chief of Cebu city. He then shot the complainant, a Cebu physician, and the victim’s lawyer, Natuel told reporters. “The shootings lasted 10 minutes as he walked from the fourth floor to the ground floor,” the police chief added. After the first shootings Pope proceeded to another courtroom on the second floor of the government building and shot and wounded a government prosecutor, Natuel said.