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Friday, 3 December 2010

Manitoba Hells Angels associate has been sentenced to seven years

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Project Divide HA target gets 7 years - Winnipeg Free Press: "Manitoba Hells Angels associate has been sentenced to seven years in prison after getting caught arranging drug and weapons deals with a secret police agent.
Christopher Dheilly pleaded guilty today to several charges stemming from his arrest last December as part of 'Project Divide.' Police used a criminal-turned-informant to infiltrate the gang and record a series of illegal transactions on audio and video surveillance.
Dheilly was caught in the net on two occasions. He first met with the agent, Michael Satsatin, at the Fort Rouge Leisure Centre and sold him an ounce of heroin while officers watched from afar.
Later, Dheilly offered to sell Satsatin a handgun and silencer. The agent refused.
Dheilly was one of 35 suspects arrested by police, and is the 27th to plead guilty to his charges."

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