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Friday, 14 November 2008

Former Hell's Angel Steven Gault testified in the murder conspiracy trial of Mark Stephenson and Remond Akleh

Former Hell's Angel Steven Gault testified in the murder conspiracy trial of Mark Stephenson and Remond Akleh, both senior members of the Ontario Hell's Angels. The alleged murder contract was never carried out.Akleh and Stephenson are charged with recruiting Gault to murder Frank Lenti of the rival Bandidos Motorcycle Club in the summer of 2006, after Lenti refused to become a Hell's Angel. "Mr. Stephenson put his arm around me and told me I got my patch, but if he ever found any paperwork on me, he would kill me," Gault said.Court heard that a biker's patch is the trademark winged skull logo of the Hell's Angels, and that even members wives weren't allowed to touch them.Court also heard that paperwork was any strong evidence that a member was a police informer. Gault sometimes smiled as he outlined the practices and rules of the Hell's Angels, the world's largest outlaw motorcycle gang. Gault said that a member had to wait a year after joining before he could have the Hell's Angel winged skull logo tattoed on his body. If he was kicked out of the club he was expected to immediately remove the tattoo from his body, or someone else would do it roughly for him.Asked how a former member's tattoo would be removed, Gault replied softly: "I've heard everything from a cheese grater to burning it off to a knife."Crown attorney Mitchell Flagg asked Gault what it meant to him when he was given his Hell's Angel colours."That you weren't to be messed with," Gault replied. "Anywhere that you went, people feared you...You were at the top of the food chain."Gault told court that tensions were high between the Hell's Angels and the Bandidos and Outlaws Clubs in the early 2000's in the Greater Toronto Area.
"It's like oil and water," Gault told court.
"Are you saying they didn't mix well?" Flagg asked.
"They'd pretty well kill each other," Gault replied.
The three Hell's Angels were the best dressed people in the courthouse, each wearing a neatly tailored business suit. Gault was flanked by two plainclothes police officers as he testified, since he is now in a witness protection program.Court has not heard how much Gault was paid by police for telling them secrets of his biker life.


81 Supporter on 14 November 2008 at 19:10 said...

At the end of the post it should say that the 2 not 3 best dressed people in the court room were the Hells Angels Mark and Ray..Steven Gault is a peice of garbage and should not even be spoken about in the same sentence of Mark and Ray The True HELLS ANGELS...81 All the way. Enjoy the rest of your life Stevie lookin over your shoulder every day...BOO..LOL..

butterflybaby on 6 June 2009 at 05:52 said...

hey, wwho's got the bullet for whom now u turncoat bitch!!!

U had the world by the ass,and family!!!!!!!!!



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