The former chief warrior of the Hells Angels, Maurice Mom Boucher, was involved in an assault with blows of artisanal peak against a fellow inmate Tuesday night, La Presse has learned.
Reportedly, Boucher reportedly attacked a fellow prisoner and a third prisoner mid-evening in a common area of the Special Handling Unit (SHU) Penitentiary Sainte-Anne-des-Plaines, which has been held since former biker several years. The victim suffered injuries serious enough for it to be taken to hospital, but it is not life threatening.
There is no known motive for the attack. As is the case at events that occur in a prison or penitentiary in Quebec, the Sûreté du Québec is conducting the investigation. Reportedly, Boucher would not have wanted to collaborate with the police. He and a man suspected of being his accomplice were placed in isolation, always the USD. It is unclear whether charges will be laid.
This is not the first time that the former biker allegedly involved in a brawl in the prison establishment. In October 2010, Boucher and a fellow prisoner had been attacked by two new boarders part of an Aboriginal gang in the prison yard of Sainte-Anne-des-Plaines. The former head of Nomads dead, elite group of Hells Angels had received a sudden spike in the stomach and another foot. He received treatment on the spot and had refused to cooperate with investigators.
Recall that Maurice Boucher, 62, was sentenced in May 2002 to a prison sentence for having ordered the 1997 murder of two prison guards Diane Lavigne and Pierre Rondeau. He can ask for a release before 2022. It will have nearly 70 years.
According to information obtained by TVA, Maurice Mom Boucher was expelled from the ranks of the Hells Angels in March 2014, after spending thirty years in the criminal organization.
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