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Since Montreal Organized crime is kind of popular.
This is a thread on Biker gangs from Quebec.
Hells Angels, Rock Machine, Red Devils and others.

Quebec is the province where the biker are the strongest in Canada.

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Ninety-nine per cent of people riding motorcycles and the clubs they belong to are law-abiding, according to an oft-cited quote by the American Motorcyclist Association. It's only one per cent that are hard-partying, non-mainstream people, the organization said in the 1960s.

The description gave birth to the moniker "one percenter," with some bikers donning patches proclaiming their "1%" status.

Despite the large law-abiding portion of the biker community, outlaw gangs do exist across the country.

According to police, biker gangs share several characteristics:

They show off their colours in public.
Biker gangs use force and violence to survive and grow. Intimidation, arms and explosives are their weapons of choice.
The organizations have a hierarchical structure. Committing crimes is left to new recruits while those higher up reap the rewards.
The hierarchical structure allows the leaders to operate with impunity while flaunting their image of power to attract recruits and draw them into crime.
It is difficult for law-enforcement agencies to infiltrate these organizations because becoming a member involves committing crimes. North American clubs also tend to require their members to own American-made bikes, often Harley-Davidsons.
The largest outlaw motorcycle gang in Canada is the infamous Hells Angels, though the organization denies it's anything more than a motorcycle club.

Founded in 1948 in California, the Hells Angels has grown over the decades to more than 2,000 members across the U.S. and 26 other countries, the U.S. National Gang Intelligence Center says.

In Canada, the Angels are believed to have 460 full-fledged members and 34 chapters, according to 2009 estimates by the Criminal Intelligence Service Canada.

Turf war

The largest and most-feared chapter of the Hells Angels was formed in Montreal. It opened in Quebec in 1977 when a biker gang called the Popeyes joined the Angels.

After the Rock Machine emerged in 1986 and quickly became the biggest rival of the Hells Angels, a turf war between the two erupted in the late 1990s. Over the years it claimed more than 150 lives, including two prison guards and 11-year-old Daniel Desrochers, who died when a car bomb exploded outside a biker hangout.

His death and the outrage that followed prompted Bill C-95, legislation passed in 1997 that stiffened penalties for convicted offenders who are shown to be members of established criminal organizations.

In early 2009, Gérald Gallant, who confessed to contract killing during the bloody biker wars, helped police arrest 11 people who allegedly ordered or carried out killings during the course of the turf battle. He also pleaded guilty to slaying 27 people over three decades, making him one of Canada's most prolific killers.

Here's a brief look at the major biker organizations that have operated in Canada.

Hells Angels

Criminal Intelligence Service Canada describes the Hells Angels as the largest "outlaw motorcycle gang" in the country, with active chapters concentrated mostly in Quebec, Ontario and British Columbia.

In its 2004 report, CISC said the Angels derives "significant financial income" from criminal activities such as prostitution, fraud and extortion but primarily relied on drug trafficking for income.

The gang moved into Ontario in 2000. Before that, its only presence in the province was with a chapter of the Nomads, the club's elite branch. The Nomads doesn't tie itself to geographical locations and doesn't have formal clubhouses, like other chapters.

Within a year, the Angels had absorbed members of the Para Dice Riders, Satan's Choice and Last Chance, giving them at least 100 members in the Toronto area — the highest concentration of Hells Angels in the world.

In mid-April 2009, police targeted more than 150 people linked with the Hells Angels in early-morning raids mostly in Quebec, but also in New Brunswick, France and the Dominican Republic. They also seized four suspected Hells Angels bunkers.

Bandidos

It's considered world's second-most powerful criminal biker gang, with more than 2,000 members in 14 countries, according to NGIC's 2009 report, which describes the Bandidos as a "growing criminal threat."

The Bandidos was founded in the 1960s in Texas. The club's old guard was said to be against its absorption of the Rock Machine's Ontario branches for fear of igniting the same kind of war with the Hells Angels that gripped Quebec for much of the 1990s and left at least 150 people dead.

In April 2006, eight people — all Bandidos members or associates — were found dead in a farmer's field near the small town of Shedden, Ont., about 30 kilometres southwest of London. Police said the killings virtually wiped out the Toronto chapter of the Bandidos.

Outlaws

First established in the United States in 1935, the gang came to Canada in 1977 when several chapters of Satan's Choice in Montreal changed allegiance and set up shop as the Outlaws Motorcycle Club of Canada. The group is known to detest members of the Hells Angels.

Rock Machine

Second only to Hells Angels in Quebec. A long-running turf war with the Angels left more than 150 people dead as the two fought over the lucrative trade in illegal drugs. The war also led to the passage of anti-gang legislation by the federal government.

As the Hells Angels expanded into Ontario, so did the Rock Machine. The organization established three chapters. In 2001, it aligned itself with the Bandidos.

Satan's Choice

Once one of Ontario's strongest motorcycle gangs, Satan's Choice became part of the Hells Angels' 2000-2001 expansion into Ontario. Satan's Choice had branches in Keswick, Kitchener, Oshawa, Sudbury, Simcoe County, Thunder Bay and Toronto — but nothing outside the province.

Para Dice Riders

Another group that was once among Ontario's strongest biker gangs. Its membership was limited to the Toronto area. The group was absorbed by the Hells Angels in 2001, when the Angels moved into Ontario.

Last Chance

Another small Ontario-based biker gang that agreed to switch over to the Hells Angels when the world's most power biker gang moved into the province.

Lobos

Originally concentrated in the Windsor, Ont., area, the Lobos motorcycle gang decided to take up the Hells Angels on its offer of merger in 2001.

Loners

The Loners Motorcycle Club was founded in Ontario in 1979 with a handful of chapters, including a now-defunct one in southwestern Ontario that was headed by Wayne Kellestine. As part of its Ontario expansion drive, the Hells Angels tried to persuade the St. Thomas Loners chapter to join the Angels. Kellestine — who was injured in an assassination attempt in 1999 — resisted.

The club has expanded to the United States and Europe, but in Ontario, its highest profile in recent years was a legal fight by a Toronto chapter to keep its mascot on its property north of the city, in 2001. The neutered, declawed lion named Woody was moved to an animal sanctuary.

Vagabonds

Another Ontario-based motorcycle gang that was more or less absorbed by the Hells Angels when it expanded into Ontario in 2000-2001.

The Red Devils

Said to be the oldest motorcycle gang in Canada, the group is made up of a couple of dozen members concentrated in the Hamilton, Ont., are
Timeline of the Bandidos massacre
Massive police raids target Quebec, N.B. Hells Angels
Hit man turned informant pleads guilty to 27 murders, 12 attempted killings
Hit man helps police make 10 arrests in dozens of biker war cold cases

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Originally Posted by Blackmobs
Ninety-nine per cent of people riding motorcycles and the clubs they belong to are law-abiding, according to an oft-cited quote by the American Motorcyclist Association. It's only one per cent that are hard-partying, non-mainstream people, the organization said in the 1960s.


Nowadays it's a lot more than 1%.


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http://www.journaldemontreal.com/20...f-des-hells-perquisitionnee-a-repentigny

The vice is tightening around the new leader of the Hells Angels, whom the police suspect of pulling the strings of a lucrative organization of drug traffickers.

Like many of his loved ones this winter, it was the turn of Mario Brouillette, formerly nicknamed the "dolphin of" Mom "Boucher", to be the target of the searches of law enforcement officials in the margins of the Objection drug investigation project. , Wednesday.

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Before being arrested without a warrant and detained for a few hours on Wednesday by the police, Mario Brouillette, whom the police consider a very important partner of the Hells Angels, and the biker Claude Gauthier were released Wednesday night, without charge.

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The man who had beaten an SPVM police officer can return home.
lthough he is still forbidden to set foot on the island of Montreal, Marc-André Lachance, an individual linked to the Hells Angels who had savagely beaten an SPVM investigator in a bar in Playa Del Carmen in Mexico in January 2011 is no longer required to stay in a halfway house and can return home.

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45 months of penitentiary for the Rock Machine Jean-François Émard.

Jean-François Émard, the Canadian representative of the Rock Machine International Bikers Club, was sentenced to 45 months in prison last week after pleading guilty to gun-related charges and drug trafficking.

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Project Mastiff: the star witness gets his semi-freedom

A publication ban prevents us from publishing a photo of Corbeil and revealing the evidence heard so far against his co-defendants, whose proceedings are still ongoing in the courts.

Recall only that it was the revelations of Patrick Corbeil that led to the withdrawal of a leader of gangsterism filed against the influential Hells Angel Salvatore Cazzetta also arrested in Mastiff, but released from all charges last December. Corbeil had said that, contrary to what the police thought, Cazzetta had nothing to do with the operations of the drug trafficking network in Hochelaga-Maisonneuve and that it was not for this reason that he regularly received money envelope.

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At age 71 and after a long life of long stays behind bars, the Dean of the Hells Angels in Quebec is again in the police eye. Portrait of Michel "Sky" Langlois. Founding member of the first chapter of the Hells Angels in the country in 1977, Langlois was "very polite", having agreed to be photographed by the police. "Sky" even smiled.

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The Justice of Quebex really want to stop the Hells. Probablly because they are stronger than they ever been.
With all those arrests, do y'all think it could shift the power of organized crime in the province of
quebec in the futur?
Like it did to the montreal mob?

I think it will weaken them, but they will still be on top.

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Originally Posted by Blackmobs
The Justice of Quebex really want to stop the Hells. Probablly because they are stronger than they ever been.
With all those arrests, do y'all think it could shift the power of organized crime in the province of
quebec in the futur?
Like it did to the montreal mob?

I think it will weaken them, but they will still be on top.


The Hells were weaken once before when they had their war with the Rock Machine coupled with some arrests.

They got all their power back and got even stronger because of the mafia internal war.

They also seemed to have changed strategy by creating several support MC gangs like the head hunters, devils ghost and more.

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I think the Hells angels from Quebec, change the way they do buisness.
The new hells are more like buisness men. They wear suits and think of money before violence.
They are different than those from de 80s-90s.

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Originally Posted by Blackmobs
I think the Hells angels from Quebec, change the way they do buisness.
The new hells are more like buisness men. They wear suits and think of money before violence.
They are different than those from de 80s-90s.


Its was Mom Boucher that transformed the Hells in Quebec. He didn't want any members taking drugs and wanted more of the clean look and business like..
Members taking drugs was one of the main reason they got rid of the Laval chapter. He had 5 members of the Laval Hells Angels slaughtered. Another was killed weeks later.
Members taking drugs can't be trusted.

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Well the drug use change before Mom Boucher. It change after the massacre of the Laval chapter, in 1985. Mom boucher became an Angel in 1986, so i doubt he already had this power.
Also, the new generation of Angels are really different from those of the 90s. Guys in the Hells Angels that are in the 30s-40s now didn’t grew up in the same environnement, than those that are
Now in their 50s or 60s.
Montreal has change alot. Hochelagua maisonneuve is not the same. Also, many of those guys don’t come from a poor background.
Just that change the Hells Angels. I’m sure that theirs more members in the hells now, that finished high school, and have a better education.

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Originally Posted by Blackmobs
Well the drug use change before Mom Boucher. It change after the massacre of the Laval chapter, in 1985. Mom boucher became an Angel in 1986, so i doubt he already had this power.
Also, the new generation of Angels are really different from those of the 90s. Guys in the Hells Angels that are in the 30s-40s now didn’t grew up in the same environnement, than those that are
Now in their 50s or 60s.
Montreal has change alot. Hochelagua maisonneuve is not the same. Also, many of those guys don’t come from a poor background.
Just that change the Hells Angels. I’m sure that theirs more members in the hells now, that finished high school, and have a better education.


I stand corrected I had my dates wrong. Yves Lavigne in the book "Hells Angels at War" has Maurice (Mom) Boucher joining the Hells on May, 1987 & Wikipedia has him joining in 1986

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A notorious member of the Hells Angels has just been rewarded for his exemplary behavior since his release from prison.

In his biker resume, Walter Stadnick served as president of the Montreal Chapter of the Hells and national president of the band, in addition to being one of the nine founding members of his Nomads section with Maurice "Mom" Butcher.

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Whenever I think of Canada bikers I always think of the Bandidos Toronto Chapter and how eight of them got massacred by their own....all for nothing.

I also learned something new. Looking at a map of Canada I realized Montreal is on the eastern side of Canada, for years I got Vancouver and Montreal mixed up. Any OC in Vancouver?

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Yes Vancouver has alot of organized crime.
You got the hells angels who are really strong over there. BC chapters and Quebec chapters are among the most powerfull chapters in the world.
You also got punjabi groups in Vancouver. You got gangs like the red scorpions and the UN.
Theirs also asian organized crime like the triads( really strong).
In the 90s their was a small war, between the hells and the russian mob.

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I just saw a bastardized version of Stone Cold staring Lance Hendrickson and Brian Bosworth on Amazon prime a motor cycle gang movie. They had two commedians talking through it fucked it all up. I like that movies soundtrack they kept talking over the music it was not even that funny.

You can’t get that movie anymore or the music.


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Hells Angels: surprise discovery of 80 kg of cocaine.

Investigators from the North Shore Regional Mixed Squad, led by the Sûreté du Québec, made a surprising discovery on Wednesday by investigating a network of alleged Hells Angels drug traffickers operating in the Laurentides and Lanaudière regions. .

They seized not less than 80 kg of cocaine. According to calculation, the drug would be valued at at least $ 3.3 million if we consider that a kilo of cocaine is currently trading at about $ 42,000. The value is even greater once the cocaine is cut and resold on the street.

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A new member of the Hells Angels of Montreal has just suffered the affront of being confiscated his "patches" almost new by the police during a drug investigation.
Jean-Richard Larivière, nicknamed "Race", received his Hells jacket in March 2017 after being promoted to a member in good standing of the Montreal chapter.

Last month, the National Organized Crime Squad (ENRCO) seized the "patches" - also called "colors" - of the 50-year-old rider while searching a warehouse on the North Shore.

Strict rules

In the Hells, getting the "colors" from the police is seen as an insult.

"The Hells Angels' patch is the cornerstone of the organization," Sgt. Alain Belleau, an SQ expert on criminal bikers, told the Charbonneau commission.

This is also a source of boredom for the private biker of his iconic jacket.

First, the club's quasi-military bylaws stipulate that all members "are obliged to have their jackets," said Sergeant Belleau during the testimony in 2013.

The problem is that they "do not have the right to have more than one jacket" in their possession, said this criminal intelligence specialist.

"Race" Larivière will have to order another "set of patches" if he wants to participate in the gang rallies, such as the "First Run", the first motorcycle ride of the Hells, in early May.

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Links below to two articles regarding raids targeting the Hells that were carried out this morning.

Quebec police target alleged members of organized crime in raids

http://ctv.news/yLb0QMK

Organized crime unit performs drug raids throughout Quebec

https://globalnews.ca/news/4093611/organized-crime-unit-performs-drug-raids-throughout-quebec/


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On Saturday, nearly 300 Hells Angels bikers gathered in the center of Leuze-en-Hainaut where they celebrated the creation of their new club in Hainaut. Their arrival made noise both literally and figuratively.

The rally went off quietly, police reported while conducting discreet surveillance. "The next day, we even saw bikers cleaning the road," notes the mayor, Christian Brotcorne

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The Hells Angels of the country will be reunited in Quebec
Hundreds of bikers are expected for their annual rally.
In July of 2016, approximately 700 Hells Angels members and their aspirants had participated in the Canada Run at their Nomads Chapter bunker in Carlsbad Springs, near Ottawa. This summer, the gathering will take place in Quebec.

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The Hells are really running the province of quebec.

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The murder and attempted murder in the middle of the street at supper time on Friday in the Center-Sud neighborhood of Montreal,would be linked to the bikers.

The press has learned that one of the two men with gunshots, the one who survived, is Alexandre Lefebvre, 42 years old. The latter, nicknamed Tattoo, was observed during the Mastiff investigation by which the Regional Joint Squadron (MRE) and the Proceeds of Crime Division of the Sûreté du Québec dismantled a network of cocaine traffickers who operated in the east of Montreal and which belonged to the Hells Angels. According to our information, Lefebvre took over at some point during the investigation of Patrick Corbeil, head of the network, who was arrested in Operation Mastiff and who returned his jacket after the police strike in November 2015.

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With all the things happening with the bikers lately, there could be alot of tension right now in the biker world. For now, theirs a so called truce in the province, between bikers, street gangs and the mob. Since last year, Montreal has never been so calmed. But with the arrestations, you never know.

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http://www.lapresse.ca/actualites/j...ff-deux-anciens-red-devils-condamnes.php

Two former members of the Red Devils, a club that the Quebec Hells Angels themselves shut down in early 2017, pleaded guilty to a money-holding charge and were sentenced to a few months in prison this week.

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