Saturday, March 30, 2013

Hells Angel arrested for 22 murders

Frédéric Landry-Hétu, a member of the Hells Angels wanted for 22 counts of murder and one of Quebec’s 10 most wanted criminals has been arrested this morning. The arrest warrant was issued April of 2009 under Operation SharQ.

The charges stem from a secret vote in 1994 taken by the entire Quebec membership of the Hells Angels. The membership voted in favour of engaging in a bloody turf war with the Rock Machine and contributed a portion of their drug profits to a fund for killing rival drug dealers. Kinda like we are now seeing in BC.

1 comment:

  1. Canadians in Algerian gas plant attack identified.

    "More Canadians may have been involved in attack."

    "CBC News has learned that two Canadians linked to al-Qaeda and killed while staging a bloody attack on an Algerian gas refinery earlier this year were former high school friends in their early 20s, one from a Greek Orthodox family, and both from a comfortable middle-class London, Ont., neighbourhood."

    "A special CBC News investigation has confirmed the two al-Qaeda linked militants were Xristos Katsiroubas, 22, and Ali Medlej, who was believed to be about 24 years old at the time of their deaths."

    "The attack by the two Canadians and 30 other militants linked to al-Qaeda left more than three dozen refinery workers dead, the final 10 of whom were reportedly tied to gas plant piping and killed in a massive bomb blast." (CBC)

    How many more live around us...?


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