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Friday, 7 May 2010

CBC News - Montreal - 9 arrested in Montreal firebombings


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CBC News - Montreal - 9 arrested in Montreal firebombings: "suspects include Yann Bouthillier, 30, Louis Cyr, 25, Lukenson Desgraves, 26, Sébastien Calixte, 22, and Jean-Sébastien Jacques, 24.
Cyr and Desgraves were released on bail and ordered not to communicate with known street gang members.
'It can be either street gangs that want to take more territory for selling narcotics [or] it can also be inside of the mafia.'
—Montreal Police Insp. Bernard LamotheThe Crown objected to the release of the other men, including Calixte, who made headlines last week after confessing to the murder of a rival street gang member.
He made the claim while appearing as a witness for the defence in the murder trial of Whoody Aristilde, arguing that he wanted to clear his conscience.
Aristilde, also 22, was accused of premeditated murder in the shooting of Gabriel Dominique, 24, in the parking lot of a Montreal flea market in 2007.
However, the jury in the case agreed with the Crown's argument that Calixte's confession was unreliable and on Saturday, found Aristilde guilty.Sbastien Calixte, 22, is one of six men charged in connection with the attacks. (CBC)A 10th suspect in the arson attacks, Mickendy Demosthène, 20, was arrested in December.
He is scheduled to have a preliminary inquiry on Aug. 30.
Last month, officials released surveillance videos showing two of the attacks, in hopes of getting information from the public.
One of the people arrested on Thursday is one of two men who can be seen on the footage, police said.
The investigation into the firebombings continues, prosecutors said."


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