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Saturday, 28 February 2009

Gregory Wooley, 37, an associate of the Hells Angels who's alleged to have created the Syndicate, appeared before a judge via a video link-up

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Gregory Wooley, 37, an associate of the Hells Angels who's alleged to have created the Syndicate, appeared before a judge via a video link-up with the Collins Bay Institution in Ontario, where he's already serving a 13-year sentence for conspiracy to commit murder and other crimes.A new date was also fixed in the case of Pasquale Mangiola, who became the centre of media attention last week when it was revealed he was close friends with Canadiens players Sergei and Andrei Kostitsyn.Mangiola, who is facing drug-trafficking and conspiracy charges but is not considered to be part of the major conspiracies uncovered by Project Axe, was released on conditions last week.entire week of court time has been set aside for bail hearings for some of the reputedly hard-core Montreal gang members arrested in a police roundup this month.
More than 50 people have been arrested since the Montreal police launched Project Axe on Feb. 12. The operation targeted three criminal organizations. The arrests were the result of a three-year-long investigation into drug trafficking in Montreal.
Many have since been released on conditions, but at least seven men, known for their ties to the Syndicate street gang, remain in custody. They include Emmanuel Zephir, 36, and his younger brother Jean-Ismarl.During an appearance at the Montreal courthouse Friday, their bail hearing, along with those of five other men, was scheduled to begin March 30.

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