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Saturday, 4 April 2009

Jacqueline Benoit was taken into custody on Tuesday night at the John F. Kennedy airport as she got off an airplane from Ireland.

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Jacqueline Benoit was taken into custody on Tuesday night at the John F. Kennedy airport as she got off an airplane from Ireland.
A U.S. Customs and Border Protection spokeswoman said she was apprehended about 7:30 p.m. and was to appear before a judge Wednesday afternoon in New York City.A warrant for Benoit's arrest was issued last Thursday as Quebec provincial police made 10 other arrests in an operation dubbed Baladeur (Walkman).Quebec provincial police Const. Claude Denis said Benoit is alleged to have taken part in two murders and one attempted murder.Denis said police aren't sure when Benoit will be returned to Canada but said the government has taken steps to ensure her extradition.In the operation last week, provincial police targeted suspects allegedly connected to biker gangs and organized crime, primarily in the Montreal and Quebec City areas.The suspects are believed to have links to 28 cases of murder and 13 of attempted murder between 1978 and 2003.The arrests were made after Benoit's ex-boyfriend, Gerald Gallant, turned informant.Gallant, a contract killer who is already serving a life sentence for first-degree murder and attempted murder, admitted to even more murders in a court appearance on Tuesday.Gallant pleaded guilty to an additional 27 charges of first-degree murder and 12 of attempted murder before a judge in Quebec City.

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