The Canadian Press

2010-11-02 | Hells Arrest

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Twenty-two murder charges were laid against the former business partner of a construction contractor involved in the controversial renovation of Parliament Hill. The charges were laid November 2nd in a Montreal courtroom against an alleged Hells Angels boss, Normand "Casper" Ouimet (wee-MEH'), who had spent almost two years as a fugitive. Crown prosecutor Madeline Giauque explained that Ouimet was slapped with a total of 29 charges. (Police alleged Ouimet masterminded a Hells Angels attempt to bully their way into Quebec's bricklaying industry and use it for money-laundering.)

Date: 2010-11-02
Placeline: MONTREAL, Quebec.
Source: The Canadian Press
Length: 11 seconds

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