Steve Duquette, the Hell’s Angels of the Sherbrook Division, who was charged with conspiracy to commit murder in 2015 following Operation Surrey, has been acquitted of two-thirds of his sentence in a legal release, but must comply with several conditions.
Initially, the 55-year-old Duquette was sentenced to more than 20 years in prison, but the appellate court reduced his sentence to 12 years, after Biker and other Hells Angels challenged their imprisonment, and the trial began after a single surrogacy operation was halted in the fall of 2015.
Duquette was one of those who received one of the harshest sentences in Operation Surrey, which took place on April 15, 2009.
He fled during a police mega strike and was arrested two years later while hiding in an apartment in a building near the Olympic stadium at another Hells Angels Michael Grenier company. Montreal.
The former Hell’s Angels, who became a repentant witness, told police during the Biker War in April 2000 that he and Duckett had mistakenly killed a man they thought was a member of the enemy rock machine club. In the courtyard of a toxicology center in Saint-Frederick in Pius.
Considered a Hell’s Angels
In their conclusion, issued earlier this week, Wiretaping reveals that Canada’s parole boards did not want to leave Touquet’s Hell Angels, and that he had been in constant contact with criminals during his imprisonment, and that he had given his consent to physical retaliation. , And his motivation and responsibility levels are moderated.