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Images have emerged of the Pennsylvania couple that was heartlessly murdered by their neighbor during a snow-shoveling dispute.

James Goy, 50, and his wife, Lisa Goy, 48, were slain by their neighbor outside Scranton Monday, in a frightening altercation that was caught on camera.

James and Lisa are shown in the back row of a Facebook picture, flanking their surviving 15 year-old son, who has autism.

A highly disturbing clip of the incident shows Jeffrey Allen Spaide, 47, going into his house to get a gun to shoot James and Lisa dead, following an argument about shoveling snow onto each other’s Plains Township property.

“If you step out of here, I’ll knock your a– out,” James can be heard saying to Spaide.

“I’ll make your life a living hell living here, d–khead,” James can be heard shouting, to which Spaide responds, “What? … F–k you, you f–king scum.”

Lisa can be heard adding, “You’re the f–king scumbag. You don’t know how to talk to somebody.”

“That’s right … You’re a p—y, p—y, p—y,” her husband continues while flipping off the man.

Spaide is shown walking down his driveway toward the couple, who is goading him into a contfrontation.

When they realize he has a gun, James urges him to put it down.

Spaide then opens fire, hitting James first and then Lisa. As James runs towards his home, the gunman shoots his wife two more times.

“Call the cops,” James shouts before the decorated former Navy specialist chases and shoots him again.

While other people rush to the wounded couple’s aide, Spaide returned with a larger rifle and barked, “You should have kept your f–king mouth [shut],” before shooting Lisa again.

After the massacre, a witness reported seeing Spaide pacing inside his home near a window. He then shot himself with a third rifle as police approached, police said.

A woman in France who identified herself as a relative of the couple said they didn’t deserve to die “like cattle.”

“Lisa, James, my family, my blood, my cousin, my cousin, you don’t deserve a tragic death like cattle and make headlines  sharing your video of the double homicide,” Jess Gimenez, of Bordeaux, wrote on Facebook Friday.

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