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Wednesday, 5 January 2011

Bo-Gars just won't go away,Bo-Gars have been around for two decades with Dupuy, 34, at the helm the whole time.

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Bo-Gars just won't go away: "Its leader has spent almost all of the last three years behind bars, and there’s a chance that is where he’ll be for another three.

But as Chenier (Big) Dupuy waits in a detention centre – expecting to learn in February whether he will serve up to another 40 months for drug trafficking – the Bo-Gars, a street gang he is alleged to lead, appear to be very active.

Several details about the Bo-Gars were recently revealed while sentence arguments were made in Dupuy’s drug trafficking case last month. Unlike most gangs based in northeastern Montreal, which fade after a few years, the Bo-Gars have been around for two decades with Dupuy, 34, at the helm the whole time. He sports a tattoo on his right shoulder depicting a firearm pointed at a head with the inscription “Only Stronger Survive.”"

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