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Re: Quebec Biker gangs [Re: Blackmobs] #947706
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https://www.journaldemontreal.com/2...res-du-quebec-repliquent-aux-hellsangels

Police forces in Quebec respond to Hells Angels

The chief of communications at the Police Department of the City of Montreal (SPVM) described the threats as "an attack on democracy that nobody can tolerate"

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A young man who displayed the colors of the Hells stabbed
The victim's father was linked to the most powerful bikers in the province.

GRANBY | A 20-year-old who had likely chosen to follow in his father's footsteps with the Hells Angels was stabbed to death Friday night in Granby, Eastern Townships.
The death of Cédric Dupuis Skinner was observed in the hospital after being severely wounded by knife-arm, around 2 h 30. The reasons for this aggression remained nebulous yesterday, and the Sûreté du Québec (SQ), which leads the investigation , was not able to advance hypotheses.
The crime scene on Authier Street was scrutinized by the Major Crime Service.

"Witnesses must also be met," spokeswoman Aurélie Guindon said.
No arrest was made in the evening.

The young man from Cowansville, who has a history of narcotics possession, obstruction of a peace officer, and assault, was blatantly posting on Facebook as a fan of the Hells Angels.
On a photo, he is seen wearing a sweater with the mention "81 Sherbrooke", the 8 corresponds to the 8th letter of the alphabet, the "H", for Hells, while the 1 represents the first, the "A" , for Angels.

In another image, he poses, the raised middle finger, in the company of Denis Desputeaux, with in the background the logo of Dark Soul's, a group linked to the most powerful bikers of the province.
Desputeaux was arrested at the end of June in the Dominican Republic with Kenny Maheu, son of Stéphane Maheu, who is a member of the Hells.
The two fugitives, considered as biker relations, were particularly wanted for drug trafficking in the greater Granby region as part of the Objection project of the National Crime Squad (ENRCO).
Cédric Dupuis Skinner's father, Richard Skinner, was arrested in 2016 at the time of the Muraille project.
According to court documents that Le Journal was able to consult yesterday, it was demonstrated by the SQ's investigation that Richard Skinner was one of the leaders of a drug sales network and that he controlled the "south sector". from Highway 10, the cities of Bromont, Sutton, Farnham and the surrounding area ".
It is also proven that he has links to members in good standing of Hells. In addition, during searches at his home, clothes with the effigy of the group of bikers were found, in addition to photographs with members.
Remained in prison
According to La Tribune, he had pleaded guilty and received 31 months and a half in prison, which corresponded to his time on remand. He remained, however, detained on death threats while behind bars.
He also pleaded guilty to this charge last June and was sentenced to four months, which he had already served preemptively pending trial. He is free.

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https://www.journaldemontreal.com/2018/07/31/meurtre-dun-proche-des-hells-a-granby-un-suspect-arrete

The Sûreté du Québec arrested a suspect yesterday in connection with the murder of a Hells Angels son in Granby late last week.
According to our information, Jonathan Lafrenière-Milot, 28, is scheduled to appear this afternoon in Granby regarding the death of Cédric Dupuis-Skinner.
The suspect, who was said to have fatally stabbed the victim, will be charged with manslaughter and drug trafficking.
According to the authorities, the death of Cédric Dupuis-Skinner took place during a drug transaction that went wrong, around 2:30, on the night of Friday to Saturday.

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Hells Angels gang flourishes in Canada

The criminal organization of bikers has shown its vitality by gathering hundreds of members in Quebec, where it controls drug trafficking.

The largest gathering of bikers from Canadian organized crime took place in full view of everyone, Saturday, August 11 and Sunday, August 12 in Quebec. About 500 members of the famous Hells Angels motorcycle club, one of the largest criminal organizations in the country, and affiliated clubs were gathered in the small town of Saint-Charles-sur-Richelieu. A large police force was in place to monitor the event of this key organization of the Canadian drug trade.

Canada Run, an annual gathering of the country's Hells Angels, held in Quebec for the first time in a decade, was an opportunity for the club to show off its strength under the nose of the authorities. Despite an arrest and more than 300 reports of minor infractions by the police, the event was calm. The police presence was very visible, with the setting up of several roadblocks, the deployment of a helicopter and even an armored vehicle.

In 2009, a police operation called "SharQc" (Strategy Hells Angels ray Quebec) had allowed the arrest of more than 150 people and considerably weakened the organization, forcing his Quebec branch to be discreet in recent years. The high mass this weekend is a symptom of the resurgence of the "chapters" (local branch of the club, in the biker jargon) Quebec "Hells".

"Favorable judicial decisions"

"This is a show of force for all organized crime entities that would be tempted to come encroach on the territory of the Hells Angels, says Guy Lapointe, director of communications of the Sûreté du Québec (SQ). It is also a way to taunt the authorities, they have benefited during the last two years from favorable judicial decisions and they display much more their colors since. "

The rally is, according to Inspector Lapointe, mandatory for members in good standing of the gang, whose authorities estimate that it gathers approximately 500 people in Canada, including 80 in Quebec. The extensive police system put in place was designed to maintain order and gather information about the organization, its composition and hierarchy.

"It could be said that the Hells Angels are at the height of their fame right now," said Toronto Star reporter Peter Edwards, who has been covering Canadian motorcycle gangs since the 1980s. They are the biggest national players, settled in from one ocean to another, and about to be implanted in the Arctic. The police have tried different strategies to neutralize them, but they continue to reinvent themselves; they are very resilient. "

"Much less racist than they were"

The Hells Angels Club, founded in 1948 in the United States by veterans of the Second World War, was established in Canada by absorbing a local gang in Quebec in 1977. The success of its establishment in the country is partly attributable to the nature of their organization. Unlike criminal groups like the Italian mafia of Montreal, their recruitment is not based on ethnic or family ties. "When you're confined to an ethnic group, you're quickly limited," says Peter Edwards. Bikers are much less racist than they were, which allows them to work with many different ethnic groups. "

The rise of the Hells Angels did not happen without trouble, but at the price of bloody wars with gangs of rival bikers. The first, which pitted the Hells Angels against the Outlaws between 1977 and 1982, ensured the supremacy of the gang in Quebec. However, it is the "second motorcycle war of Quebec" that marked the spirits. The Hells Angels and their enemies, the Rock Machine later Bandidos, engaged in a merciless conflict from 1994 to 2002, killing more than 160 people.

Quebec is of strategic importance to the gang, because that is where a significant portion of the narcotics it brings into Canada passes through. Montreal is a port city and lends itself naturally to smuggling, especially since it is not far from the major cities of Eastern America including New York, which is an important market. According to SQ estimates, the Hells Angels enjoy a near-monopoly on drug trafficking in the province, which it controls between 95% and 100%.

Canada's Hells Angels are now the most powerful and the most aggressive, according to Peter Edwards: "Being a Hells Angel in Montreal is a tough job, but it also means winning a lot of money. The gathering this weekend is therefore particularly important for the organization, as it stands in its historic stronghold and reaffirms its hold on a central territory to its strategy.

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Cocaine shortage in Montreal

Cocaine would be rare in the greater Montreal area these days, La Presse learned from a variety of sources.

So much so that the price of a kilogram of cocaine not yet processed by traffickers, which was $ 42,000 a few months ago, would now be close to $ 55,000, an increase of more than 20%. A quarter of a gram of cocaine, however, would still sell for $ 20 on the street, suggesting that the drug is more "cut off" these days compared to periods when supply and demand are more stable.

According to some information, the shortage and price increase could be explained by the fact that the Hells Angels, who control a very large part of the market in Quebec, deliberately slow down the distribution of kilograms of cocaine in order to increase prices, and thus increase their profits.

But according to a police source, this shortage and rising costs could be attributed mainly to the dismantling last April of several biker-related cocaine and methamphetamine trafficking rings and the arrest of 70 individuals, including Hells Angels, as part of the Objection investigation conducted by the National Organized Crime Squad (ENRCO), headed by the Sûreté du Québec.

The police hurt the Hells Angels very badly. These were among their most important networks and the police dismantled them from the head up to the distributors. The bikers must completely rebuild their structures, which takes a while. In the weeks following Objection, the traffickers have sold their remaining quantities, but they may have less today, "said a police source who requested anonymity.

MAY BE 2000 KG LESS

It should also be noted that large quantities of cocaine that were likely to arrive in Quebec have been seized in recent months.

Last July, two Quebecers aboard a sailboat carrying more than 1500 kg of cocaine, valued at more than 100 million, were boarded by the French Navy off the island of St. Martin, in the Caribbean. Escorted by the authorities, the smugglers set fire to their boat - whose home port is in Gaspé - ostensibly for the purpose of removing the evidence, but the sailors managed to extinguish the fire, recover the drugs and arrest the suspects, who will be judged by the French courts.

Last December, another sailboat carrying 750 kg of cocaine worth 37 million was intercepted off the state of Maine. A Quebecker was arrested and the authorities believe that the drug was also destined for Quebec.

This is without counting other less important seizures conducted in recent months and the constant work of the various police forces against cocaine traffickers.

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Murder in Laval: the victim would be linked to the Hells Angels

Vena is known to police and has a history of narcotics and violence. In the mid-2000s, he was sentenced to four years of penitentiary for attempted murder, assault with a weapon and conspiracy in the territory of Mascouche. His last criminal history dates back to 2010, when he was sentenced to six months in prison suspended for marijuana trafficking.

According to our information, Vena was involved in drug trafficking with the Hells Angels, particularly in the territory of Abitibi. Sources also tell us that he would be close to a member of the Hells Angels section of Sherbrooke.

"At 8:00 pm last night, the Laval police received a call from a restaurant on Lévesque Boulevard in Laval for a man with at least one firearm projectile. The victim was taken to hospital where his death was found. The investigation, initiated by the Laval police, was transferred to the Sûreté du Québec as there are links with organized crime, "said Sergeant Claude Denis of the Sûreté du Québec (SQ).



According to our information, Vena was initially shot with at least one firearm projectile outside the restaurant. He then ran inside the establishment, the Fusion restaurant, to take refuge there, but would have been joined by the shooter who would have continued his work of death before leaving the place.

For the moment, the police have no description of a suspect.

The Crime Against the Person investigators of the Sûreté du Québec do not rule out any hypothesis including a settling of accounts in the purest tradition of organized crime.

The SQ dispatched its mobile command post to the crime scene.

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The fiasco of Operation SharQc against criminal bikers continues to make waves. 19 Hells Angels sue the state for $ 64 million! They filed civil suits in damages and exemplary damages against the Government of Quebec, which is responsible for the actions of its prosecutors and police officers.


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https://montrealgazette.com/news/lo...elf-in-pleads-guilty-to-drug-trafficking

Hells Angel turns himself in, pleads guilty to drug trafficking

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Three full-patch Hells Angels plead guilty to drug trafficking charges

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Man who killed prison guards for Hells Angels goes before parole board

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Police targeting Hells Angels operations seize cocaine, cash and pills in raids

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The Parole Board of Canada praised former elite Nomads Hells Angels Richard Mayrand's "considerable" progress and efforts. It noted he has been "without incident" for three years.

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The 51-year-old man shot yesterday yesterday in the east of Montreal is Yvon Marchand, 51, La Presse learned .

The 50-year-old had several criminal records, particularly with regard to narcotics. According to our information, he was active in the sale of narcotics in a contemporary way and has already been linked to the Hells Angels in the past.

At 8:00 pm last night, a person found the man riddled with bullets in front of his residence on Pierre-Tétreault Street, near Hochelaga Street, and contacted 911. At the arrival of paramedics from Urgences Santé, the victim was conscious but died as a result of his injuries at the hospital.

We do not know the motive of crime, which has all the appearance of a settling of accounts in the narcotics or organized crime community.

The police found a handgun near the scene, apparently abandoned by the suspect or suspects.

They also saw several bullet holes in the facade and windows of the victim's house.

The Crime Scene Technicians and Major Crime Investigators from the SPVM were dispatched to the scene to begin the investigation.

This is the 23 th murder this year in Montreal.

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Montreal’s Biker History Plays Role in Forthcoming TV Series ‘The MobKing’

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DPCP snatches "patches" of four Hells Angels

That hurts their pride. The Director of Criminal and Penal Prosecutions (DPCP) has just inflicted a snub on four members in good standing of the Hells Angels by obtaining the confiscation of their precious jacket in the colors of the club, without even bikers being accused of the slightest crime.

The bikers jackets, symbol of the power of intimidation of the criminal organization, were confiscated Friday in Sorel by order of the judge Denys Noël, which judged that they were "tainted by crime". The jackets of several aspirants and supporters were also confiscated.

"This is an important step in legal terms, to say that without criminal charges, goods can be tinted by crime", welcomed Friday the prosecutor in the case, M e Pierre Goulet.

A JUDGMENT TO STUDY

The DCPP account study carefully Justice Noël judgment to see how the operation will be repeated in the future, but M th Goulet stressed that the seizure of jackets took place in a specific context, during an operation police officer of the Montérégie Regional Mixed Squad against a network of drug traffickers.

The jackets were seized during a meeting in the den used by the network, which helped to prove that they were "tainted by crime".


The judgment does not mean that any member of the Hells who is riding in the street with his jacket can be confiscated. The context must be taken into account each time.

ANTI-DRUG OPERATION

On June 15, 2016, as part of an investigation called "Projet Néré", the squad led by the Sûreté du Québec hit a drug trafficking network operating in the Sorel-Tracy area.

The network was led by two members of the Beast Crew, a Hells school club used to do "field" work with the blessing of its big brothers.

The local Beast Crew was also used as a weekly meeting place for Hells Angels members.

On the day of the police operation, about half a dozen full members of the Hells Angels sections of Montreal and Trois-Rivières were on site, as were two "hangarounds", aspiring first-level candidates. organization, as well as several members of Beast Crew and other supporters clubs.

Four members in good standing of the Hells, Claude Pépin, Gilles Robidoux, Michel Vallières and Vincent Boulanger, wore their jacket sporting the winged skull when the police are disembarked. These were seized by the police, as were the jackets marked with an incomplete escutcheon worn by the hangarounds Daniel Giroux and Stéphane Jarry.

INTIMIDATION TOOLS

Although only Beast Crew members have been charged with drug trafficking, the DPCP has instituted proceedings to confiscate definitively all the biker jackets found in the den during the operation, along with a variety of jewelery, clothing and clothing. and furniture identified to the Beast Crew and their big brothers of the Hells.

"The clothing, jewelery, charms, badges with distinctive and exclusive Hells Angels signs are used by those who wear them as tools of intimidation and to show their connection with the organization that is renowned for its power and violence", pleaded the DPCP prosecutor.

He had a police expert testify that the Hells are a criminal organization that lives on drug trafficking run by its satellite clubs, which pay royalties to it. The expert also insisted that the wearing of the colors of the organization serves to impose its stranglehold on the territory and to intimidate any potential competitor.

- With the collaboration of Daniel Renaud, La Presse

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Buddhist and always Hells Angels

Converted to Buddhism, but still unable to make a definitive mark on his past as a member of the Hells Angels, Mario Auger will be under house arrest even though he is entitled to full parole.

Promoted hangaround in 1996, then a member in good standing of the Hells Angels chapter of Quebec two years later, Mario "Banane" Auger was arrested in the biggest police raid against the criminal world, Operation SharQc in 2009.

Auger was initially charged with "16 counts of first degree murder" in addition to drug trafficking and gangsterism.

The charge was then downgraded for conspiracy to assassinate identified individuals to groups such as Rock Machines, Bandidos, Alliance, Dark Circle and other independent groups who refused to join. supply drugs to the Hells Angels. In 2013, "Banane" was sentenced to 7 years and 7 months.

During his detention, the 49-year-old man, however, showed a conformist behavior. He who is in his second federal sentence has also been intellectually involved in adhering to Buddhist philosophy in addition to Native spirituality.


He even engaged with the Aboriginal elder in ceremonies while sharing his "reflections" and discovering "other ways of seeing life" with the Buddhist chaplain.

Assigned to residence

This evolution, however, did not push the Hells away from its biker gang. "In the institution, you participate in all the [Hells Angels] gatherings that have been observed," says the Parole Board of Canada.

In addition, Auger said he did not make a "definitive break on [his] criminal lifestyle and on [his] belonging to the Hells Angels".

This element prompted the commissioners to exercise caution. Thus, a condition of house arrest was imposed on him, which means that he will have to live in a halfway house.

In addition, like the Hells Pierre Hamilton who was imposed the same conditions at the beginning of the month, the commission forbids him to "flaunt any sign allowing you to connect to criminal organizations." He will not be able to wear his "patches" or colors in the effigy of HA.

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Interesting article about how the structure has changed and the importance of support clubs.

Narcotics: The Hells of the Trois-Rivières Chapter dominate the territory
Posted on Friday, November 23, 2018 at 8:25 pm

Although they are less visible in appearance, the Hells Angels still reign supreme over the criminal activities of the region, an important source of income for the group. In fact, the Hells Angels control 97% of Quebec's territory for synthetic drugs.

A text by Marie-Claude Julien

Mauricie / Center-du-Québec is important in the vision and planning of organized crime, as are all regions, says Guy Lapointe, spokesperson for the Sûreté du Québec on organized crime. The chapter of Trois-Rivières, like those of Quebec, Sherbrooke, Montreal and South, is still active. However, the hierarchical structure of operations has changed in the last 10 years.

Guy Lapointe, spokesperson for the Sûreté du Québec on organized crime Photo: Radio-Canada
Operation SharQc, in 2009, described as the largest police raid in Canada against criminal gangs, and the demolition of the Trois-Rivières bunker on Boulevard Saint-Jean in 2015 , forced in particular the Rivers to review its structure.

The importance of supporter clubs
Since Operation SharQc, the faces of criminal bikers have changed. In 10 years, members in good standing have set up a structure, like that used by the Italian mafia, to move away from crime and protect themselves from police forces.

According to the former Sûreté du Québec agent and organized crime specialist Sylvain Tremblay, it is the supporter clubs that are now responsible for doing the criminal work in the field.

In the region, two clubs occupy mainly the territory in the pay of the Hells Angels chapter of Trois-Rivières: Brotherhood and Deimos Crew, a more structured group.

Organized crime structure in Mauricie Photo: Radio-Canada
These two groups are the most important, they control the [drug] traffic and pay a quote [-part] to the big brothers members of the Hells Angels , explains Mr. Tremblay. These two groups, in addition to the Ghosts Devils, were also responsible for the safety of the members in good standing of the Hells during the last gathering at Notre-Dame-du-Mont-Carmel on the occasion of the "First Run", in May 2018.

Other groups gravitate to the criminal world, but their importance is less, according to the specialist.

A structure that complicates police work
Hells Angels supporter clubs are true firewalls that allow members in good standing to be virtually invisible in the sense of the law.

Members in good standing no longer directly affect criminal activities in the field, they no longer appear in meeting places as bunkers era and the arrival of new means of communication offered by the Internet facilitates trade in distance, thanks to encrypted messages that easily pass under the radar.

The only way we can shake them up a little bit is when they stop supporting club members and we can show the link with the Hells sponsoring them. There, maybe we can accuse one, two or three members in good standing ... And there, these are investigations of a year, a year and a half , says Sylvain Tremblay.

Police adjusts the shot
If the bikers have tweaked their structure over the last decade, the police have changed their method as well.

They learned of the trial arising from Operation SharQc. Of the more than 150 persons charged, 37 were laundered due to procedural flaws or delays deemed unreasonable and 35 sentenced persons were granted a reduced sentence for the same reasons.

Since 2017, the Sûreté du Québec has divided its investigations into three areas to avoid big lawsuits. Each investigation project is independent on the judicial level.

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The police response. Photo: Radio-Canada
Guy Lapointe, spokesperson for the Sûreté du Québec on organized crime, explains that this new technique was applied for the first time during the Objection project . Attack on both the heads of the clubs, the clubs and the distribution networks. That's the way we're going to fight now.

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Tie bandits pay the wedding of the year

Bridesmaids in a leather jacket, gleaming Cadillac convertible for the married, criminal dressed to the nines, the marriage of a powerful Hells Angel to the daughter of a drug trafficker looked like a gala evening under police surveillance last night in the heart of Montreal.
The bikers had set their 36 to celebrate the wedding of Martin Robert, an influential member of the Montreal chapter, and Annie Arbic, the daughter of the "Queen of Kanesatake", in one of the most upscale reception rooms of the metropolis.
Accustomed to leather jackets and jeans, the presence of Salvatore Cazzetta, Salvatore Brunetti and Stephane Jarry in tuxedos or suits further emphasized the importance of the event.

Among the bonzes of bikers, Mario Brouillette, one of the alleged leaders of the Hells, made a rare "appearance" public, alongside his colleagues, he who was under a hood. If the logo of the club was discreet, some guests proudly displayed jewelry emblazoned with the famous winged skull.
Ride or die ...

It was the bridesmaids who wore leather jackets with the inscription "Ride or die", an expression associated with outlaw motorcyclists.
The newlyweds stormed aboard a 1966 Cadillac Eldorado convertible at 5:45 pm before rushing into the Windsor Ballroom.
Many onlookers stopped in front of the constant comings and goings of luxury vehicles and buses in front of the historic building.
With about 270 guests from different factions of the underworld gathered on Peel Street, the couple's wedding also attracted criminal intelligence.
Observers of the organized crime modules of the Royal Canadian Mounted Police, the Sûreté du Québec and the Police Department of the City of Montreal scrutinized each of the arrivals.
Renewed photo bank
As for funerals or "parties", this is an opportunity for agents to renew their photo banks and identify newcomers to the bikers.
"They can also confirm some information from sources and test their credibility," says Paul Laplante, a retired police officer who led the Wolverine Squad.
The relationship that the couple has had for more than 10 years has already cost the new Mrs. Robert several months of freedom.
In 2009, while serving a 42-month penitentiary sentence for her involvement in her mother's extensive drug trafficking network, parole denied her a first application for release.
Although she was considered a model inmate at the Joliette Women's Jail, the commissioners found her love for the Angel Hells "very worrisome".

WHO IS MARTIN ROBERT

Considered one of the most influential Hells Angels in the province
Earned "World" status in the gang, one of the few in Quebec to have accessed it
Sentenced to five years in prison after being found guilty of conspiracy to murder during the biker war
Has already been accused of opening offshore accounts in tax havens to launder narcodollars
WHO IS ANNIE ARBIC

Daughter of Sharon Simon, nicknamed "Queen of Kanesatake"
Arrested in 2006, she coordinated the export of narcotics to her mother's network when she was 21 years old
Sentenced to 42 months in prison in 2008
In relation with Martin Robert for more than 10 years

The most influential members of the Hells Angels such as Salvatore Cazzetta and Salvatore Brunetti made notable entries, as did the mother of the bride, Sharon Simon, nicknamed the "Queen of Kanesatake". The woman at the head of a large trafficking network was sentenced to 50 months in prison 10 years ago.

https://www.journaldemontreal.com/2018/12/02/des-bandits-a-cravate-se-paient-le-mariage-de-lannee

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Tony Jalbert, a notorious narcotics trafficker, is once again facing justice for drug trafficking.
He resisted the takeover of the Hells Angels during the biker war in the mid-90s and chose the camp of their enemies, the Bandidos, which he would have been part of the "arm team". But at the end of the war he switched to the Hells Angels.

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The Hells of Trois-Rivières targeted
SQ police hit the new local biker club in Saint-Cuthbert

The new headquarters of the Hells Angels chapter of Trois-Rivières was the target of a search by the Sûreté du Québec last night as part of an investigation targeting members in good standing of the motorcycle club.

Approximately 60 police officers from the National Organized Crime Squad (ENRCO) as well as the Tactical Intervention Group (TIG) and a dog handler have invested a property of Rang Saint-André Sud-Ouest, in a remote area. Saint-Cuthbert, in Lanaudière, where there is a residence and what looks like farm buildings.

"This search is being conducted during the investigation and is aimed at members in good standing of the Hells Angels. In order not to harm this one, no other additional detail can be divulged, "said Sergeant Claude Denis, spokesperson for the Sûreté du Québec (SQ).

He states that the police investigation tends to show that the place serves as a meeting place for bikers.
According to our information, a dozen people were on site during the strike of the ENRCO, including at least three full patches: Alain Biron, Marcellin Morin and Yves Gagné. Pascal Facchino, a prospect from the Trois-Rivières Chapter, was also present. No one has been arrested and no charges are laid.

Me Annie Lahaise, a lawyer who has already defended bikers in the past, was present during the surprise intervention of the police, indicate our sources.

It could be the first of several such operations, as this type of search is often followed by other police interventions.

New vehicle

The police have had to change their way of doing things since the Jordan case, with which the Supreme Court has reduced court delays.

The search, which aims for a "nerve center" for the Hells, was also an opportunity for the GTI to use a new armored protection truck for the first time.

"With this new vehicle, the Sûreté du Québec is raising the bar in its fight against organized crime and in its mandate to protect the public," said Lieutenant Hugo Fournier, manager of the police's media communications department.

The purchase of this new vehicle, made in Quebec, was necessary because the old one was reaching the end of its life.

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Murdered in full parking
Trafficker Sébastien Beauchamps, 44, is linked to the biker group for many years

The man fatally shot yesterday at a gas station in the north of Montreal was allegedly the victim of an internal purge of the Hells Angels, authorized in high places.

Trafficker Sébastien Beauchamps, 44, has been linked to the biker group for many years. He was suspected by his peers to have been an informant for the police in the past, according to court documents from the Mastiff project. He who was nicknamed Bass was one of the targets of this drug investigation, but he was never charged.
"It could fit into the purge of bikers at the level of sub-traffickers. But maybe Beauchamps was talking too much at the same time, "says a source who requested anonymity.
Settling the account against the former member of the Rockers, the Hells club-school who was very active during the biker war, would have been authorized in high places, since he is an individual with some influence in the criminal milieu.
Several shots

It was around 2:40 pm yesterday that emergency services were called in for several shots at the Ultramar service station on Langelier Boulevard in the borough of Saint-Léonard.
The victim's vehicle was reached on the passenger side. The ball crossed at the height of the head. Three other citizens' vehicles were hit, suggesting that Beauchamps would have defended itself. The investigation will determine whether there has actually been an exchange of fire.


Beauchamps was found unconscious not far from his car, a rented black Jeep Cherokee. After being transported in critical condition to the hospital, he died in the evening. He is the only one injured in this case.
A pistol, equipped with a silencer, was abandoned on the scene, typical of settlements in the middle.
Witnesses encountered
A large security perimeter was deployed by the police, which complicated the movement in the area. Major crime investigators from the Montreal Police Service (SPVM) were dispatched to inspect the scene with a fine-tooth comb.
"The dog handler was sent to the scene to gather as much information as possible. The police met the witnesses because several people were passing at that time, "said Benoit Boisselle, spokesman for the SPVM.
The surveillance camera images of the service station will also be analyzed.
Beauchamps is an individual with a significant criminal record. He has numerous criminal records, such as the importation of drugs, aggravated assault and possession of a weapon.
In 2004, he was sentenced to seven years and nine months imprisonment for drug trafficking and gangsterism. He was arrested on 28 March 2001 as part of Operation Spring 2001.
He is also known for a famous phrase uttered during a conversation with another Rockers member who was recorded by the police during the Spring 2001 project: "I look at the world who get up at 7 am, who are still caught in the traffic for 10 piastres per hour, and come back in the evening ... They are the ones crazy ... "

https://www.journaldemontreal.com/2018/12/20/montreal-un-homme-atteint-par-balle-a-saint-leonard

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Slain biker’s life had a rough start, violent ending in St-Léonard

Sébastien Beauchamp was using hard drugs by the age of 11 and dealing soon after. He joined the Rockers, where his reckless attitude benefited the Hells Angels.

When he was in Grade 7, Sébastien Beauchamp decided he no longer wanted to play by society’s rules and he walked out of a classroom while his teacher was in the middle of a lesson.

As a young teenager, Beauchamp, the 44-year-old man who was fatally shot Thursday in St-Léonard, had grown tired of the nomadic lifestyle his family was leading. As he told the Parole Board of Canada many years later, he had been transferred to six or seven schools in one year.

He described his mother as having had “a hippy philosophy” and said she left his biological father when he was a baby.

“You say that you were able to do what you want and you had no limits. At the age of 11 you began (using hard drugs),” the parole board wrote in a summary of a decision it made more than two decades ago.

At 19, Beauchamp was already serving his first federal sentence — 31 months for having either imported or exported drugs and for having severely beaten a man who had hassled a friend of his.

The summary says Beauchamp took the man’s wallet and keys and went to rob his apartment. He was arrested while he was still inside.

Beauchamp told the parole board in 1993 how, at the age of 13, he nearly emptied his mother’s home to sell items so he could buy drugs — acid and cocaine. His mother turned him in to police, and he spent 18 months in a centre for troubled youths.

By 15, Beauchamp told the parole board, he was dealing drugs to survive.

He also dealt drugs while in prison.

In October 1994, just four days after his statutory release, he was recorded boasting to inmates that he was frequenting bars and using drugs despite the strict conditions imposed on his release.

He then spent more time in prison for having violated his conditions.

In 1995, when his sentence expired, his troubled youth and lack of respect for the rules made him an ideal candidate for the Rockers. The underling gang was created by then-Hells Angels leader Maurice (Mom) Boucher to help him in the bloody biker war over drug turf in Quebec.

Beauchamp came to be known as “Bass” while he was in the Rockers. Besides a reckless attitude, he also offered the Hells Angels expertise in trafficking in the drug PCP.

In 1999, he was convicted of possessing a firearm while doing “guard duty” at a hospital where the wife of a Hells Angel was being treated after an attempt on her life.

While serving that sentence, he was recorded telling a fellow Rockers member who was on the outside: “I look at the people who get up at 7 in the morning and get stuck in traffic for $10 per hour and then go home again at night. They are the ones who are crazy. It is us who are a little bit more normal.”

Like almost everyone else who was part of Boucher’s violent and vast drug trafficking network, Beauchamp was arrested in Operation Springtime 2001.

Jurors at the Gouin courthouse in 2004 heard that Beauchamp joined the Rockers in 1997 and became a full-patch member in 2000 — evidence that put him at the heart of Quebec’s biker gang war, which stretched from 1994 to 2002, during the most violent years.

Beauchamp was convicted in 2004 of drug trafficking for the benefit of a gang. The same jury acquitted him of the more serious charge that he was part of a general conspiracy to murder those whose opposed the Hells Angels.

When he was acquitted, he looked over at his defence lawyer, smiled and winked at her.

According to an affidavit in Project Magot — a more recent investigation into links among the Hells Angels, the Montreal Mafia and street gangs — Beauchamp maintained his ties to former members of the Rockers long after he finished serving the seven-year sentence he received in Operation Springtime 2001.

Beauchamp was not charged in Project Magot, but the affidavit shows police conducting surveillance on gang leader Gregory Woolley, a former member of the Rockers, often spotted Beauchamp with him.

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The former Hells close shot dead Thursday had escaped a major anti-drug investigation in 2015

The former biker Rockers knew the risks of this trade where, sometimes, appearances can be enough to sign his death sentence.
It is in this context that the victim of the possible internal purge of Thursday would have served as an intermediary between a cocaine supplier and a network of smugglers linked to the Hells, while they were being watched by the police, Le Journal reported. court documents and sources.
In the fall of 2014, the narcotics market in the greater Montreal area was hit by a rare shortage of cocaine.
The price of the kilo, which traffickers trade at about $ 50,000 - a price set by the Hells and the Italian mafia and remained stable for almost 20 years - had then climbed to $ 70,000.
Follow-up
Contacted by the head of the network targeted by the investigation, Beauchamps would have been reassured about the possibility of safely picking up a kilogram of white powder from his friend supplier, the evening of October 8, 2014.
But a few minutes after the transaction, the man sent to take delivery of the drug was picked by police from the Regional Joint Organized Crime Squad, who were following him. They also seized the kilo of cocaine.
They then stopped the coke supplier at his home in Mascouche, not far from Beauchamps' home.
Not accused
Two days later, questioned by the head of the network, Beauchamps said he was angry and complained that "everyone" spread falsehoods about him in connection with the police intervention.
The investigation continued, and a year later, the entire network was dismantled.
Two members in good standing of the Hells Angels were also among the accused.
No charges were filed against Beauchamps in this case, which certainly did not stifle suspicions that he had spoken to the authorities.
There is nothing in the investigation reports to indicate that the 44-year-old man has ever been able to serve as a police informant.
We also learn in court documents from this drug investigation that Beauchamps was met during a homicide investigation by the Sûreté du Québec on November 4, 2014.
The police questioned him about the murder of Yvon Lafond, a L'Assomption merchant linked to the Hells and shot dead in front of his residence by four members of a street gang in Montreal on June 28, 2013.
Street gangs
Shortly before his death, Lafond had a fight in a restaurant with a leader of the targeted network.
Beauchamps, who was driving at the wheel of a luxury Mercedes SUV, simply replied "do not know Mr. Lafond".
Nicknamed Bass, Beauchamps was also observed a few times by police officers in Montreal along with several big names of street gangs and the Italian mafia, in 2012.
HE HAD A FRIEND PLACED IN THE HELLS ANGELS
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The man shot in broad daylight Thursday in Montreal was a close friend of one of the most influential members of the Montreal chapter of the Hells Angels, to the point of comforting him after the death of another biker.
Sébastien Beauchamps, 44, was considered a close associate of David Lefebvre, one of the city's most influential bikers, according to police reports.
The Mascouche man was intimate enough to accompany him to a boxing gala of Adonis Stevenson in Quebec City in July 2016, and to console him after the death of Hells Angel Kenny Bédard.
The latter had just killed himself in a motorcycle accident in New Brunswick, involving several members of the band.
Lefebvre, however, had finished crying the death of his friend behind bars.
That night, quite drunk, he had fired a "free" punch at the passenger of a taxi already full on Grande Allée in Quebec City because he wanted to get on board.
Beauchamps had tried to intervene, without success.
The assailant was finally sentenced to 15 months in prison and missed Bédard's funeral.
influential
A member in good standing of the Montreal chapter since his release from prison in the wake of Operation SharQc in 2009, Lefebvre quickly rose to rank after serving his sentence for conspiracy to murder.
He would be the godfather of the Minotaurs, a gang club school in western Montreal, founded in 2017 and known as very violent.
The group was also hit hard by the Montreal police a month ago, in connection with a heroin trafficking network.
The police were interested in the wave of overdose related to fentanyl, a powerful opioid.
Lefebvre was also one of the groomsmen, with Salvatore Cazzetta and Marcel Messier, of Martin Robert at his wedding on December 1st. The groom is considered by the police as another Hells heavyweight.
This relationship with the upper echelons has led several sources in the police community to say that the murder of Sébastien Beauchamps "would have been authorized in high places".
Especially since on September 26, the former member of the Rockers was among the guests of the discreet wedding of his friend Lefebvre at the Loft Hotel, in Montreal.

https://www.journaldemontreal.com/2018/12/21/un-motard-devenu-embarrassant

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Maybe someone wanted to send a message to the jailed Gregory Woolley he couldn't protect Beauchamp now.


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Maybe someone wanted to send a message to the jailed Gregory Woolley he couldn't protect Beauchamp now.


The guy got killed in a neighborhood with alot of mafia and bloods gangs activities.

The guy died just in front of a famous project in montreal.

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