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And the revenge he took on his former club would decimate its leadership and earn him notoriety that would long outlive him. In the summer of , five of the 10 Satan's Choice chapters patched over and joined the Outlaws, including the one in Montreal. Trudeau's criminal career took off in when, at 22, he joined east-end Montreal's Popeyes motorcycle club. But as the Popeyes' wealth and power grew, rival clubs like the Devil's Disciples and the Ontario-based Satan's Choice tried to muscle in on their turf. He publicly delivered his first bombshell testimony at a coroner's inquest that August. That decision saved his life. Also absent was Apache Trudeau. Attendance, they were told, was mandatory. Lawrence River. They needed someone like Yves Trudeau—and fortunately for them, they had him. At Ryan's funeral, his friend and colleague Allan "the Weasel" Ross made contact with Trudeau, and, having heard that April was bragging about the murder, arranged for payback. He questions the whole value of the informant program, saying the return on the investment isn't always justifiable. So a week before the meeting, he quietly booked himself into a detox centre in Oka, just west of Montreal. By , for instance, the Devil's Disciples disbanded after 15 of their members had been murdered by one criminal group or another. Just a couple months previously, he'd hired the biker to eliminate Hughie McGurnaghan, a gang member whom Ryan felt had cheated him out of drug money. In , he was re-arrested on sexual assault charges involving a boy under the age of He pled guilty and was sentenced to four years in jail. He only made the connection years later, when he was researching his book. Conservative Senator and victims' rights advocate Pierre-Hugues Boisvenu says the Trudeau deal was a glaring example of abuse of the system, of a shortcut too eagerly seized by police and prosecutors. Ross didn't have to wait long. But it would take more than what they had to effectively decapitate the club's leadership. Several North members arrived as scheduled but others, including chapter president Laurent Viau, declined. He died en route to the hospital. I remember an Outlaws hit man telling me he was scared going to Montreal. The relationship was so strong that in January Ryan forced the Hells to murder three of their own members, and one of their girlfriends. Hauled from the river were Laurent Viau, 33, the North Chapter president; Guy-Louis Adam, 33, the chapter secretary; Michel Mayrand, 29, the chapter clubhouse's registered owner; Guy Geoffrion, the club's chemist; Claude Roy, 31, a North Chapter prospect being considered for full membership; and the skeleton of Berthe Desjardins, the year-old wife of a former Hells who'd been missing along with her husband and his grandmother since The body of another North Chapter Hells Angel, Jean-Pierre Mathieu, was found a few days later drifting in the water about kilometers downriver, southwest of Quebec City. They'd find out by June, when the bodies started floating to the surface of the St. Not all of them, but alcoholism and drug use is very common among hit men. Then they realized that these people had disappeared, but they didn't know they were dead. While the Sorel chapter probably felt some relief at having disposed of the troublesome North, they likely had no idea where the massacre would lead. They needed someone who knew the gang from inside out, who knew its dirty secrets, and who didn't have anything to lose. The criminals take advantage of protection that isn't available to victims and a lot of the criminals who turned informant will wind up being recidivist. If there's one crime that Yves "Apache" Trudeau is most closely associated with, it would be the Lennoxville Massacre of March 24, The murder of six Hells Angels by their one-time comrades-in-arms shocked the underworld, law enforcement, and the public, and almost led to the club's complete downfall in Quebec. By the early s, their notorious behaviour—especially their heavy cocaine use, flaunting of club rules, and the disrespect shown to other criminals—was becoming a serious issue. At a parole hearing in July , the Montreal Gazette described him as a "skeleton of a man," needing a wheelchair to get around and speaking in a "weak, raspy voice.{/INSERTKEYS}{/PARAGRAPH} The explosion, writes de Champlain, blew the four men to pieces and badly damaged eight other apartments in the Concordia University student ghetto building. The trio, led by founding Montreal Hells Angels and former Popeyes member Denis Kennedy, had come up with a plot to kidnap one of Ryan's children and use the ransom money to pay back the coke money they owed him. The Popeyes were known for doing the usual gangster stuff: drugs, prostitution, extortion, theft. Upon his release from prison in , he was given a new identity and a job at a seniors' residence in St-Eustache on the north shore of the St. In March , the Sorel mother chapter held a secret meeting declaring the Laval chapter to be in "bad standing. In fact, it may have helped it, says Dubro. Trudeau must have known his days were numbered. He even worked at an explosives factory, where he honed the skills that would later become his trademark. A couple of months later, while incarcerated, Trudeau cut a deal. By September , the Montreal chapter of the Hells Angels was becoming unwieldy, and so that month a second Montreal-area chapter was created, consisting largely of ex-Popeyes. Lawrence near Montreal. He was expelled from the motorcycle club: he could no longer call himself a Hells Angel, and would have to surrender his motorcycle and have his tattoos removed. The informant program in Canada was overhauled in and is now administered by the RCMP but Boisvenu still believes it should be used sparingly. The Popeyes did the same, joining the Hells Angels that December. Independence didn't help the North Chapter. The Laval chapter was told to appear at the Sherbrooke chapter's clubhouse—actually in neighbouring Lennoxville, home of Bishop's University—on Saturday, March 23, for a party. Trudeau was the motorcycle club's most prolific killer. The violence that ensued cemented Quebec's reputation as one of the most dangerous places for organized crime to do business in North America. Trudeau described relations between Sorel and Laval by then as "ice cold. It's a deal that caused outrage at the time, and continues to resonate today. He sensed something was brewing between Sorel and Laval and that it would end in blood. Here he points specifically to Apache Trudeau. But then, salvation came in the most unexpected way: he was picked up on a weapons charge in April and sentenced to a year in prison. Within years, many top bikers would be in jail and, within a decade the Hells would be engulfed in a bloody biker war with an upstart club called the Rock Machine—founded by Salvatore Cazzetta, a biker so disgusted by the Hells' willingness to kill their own that he formed his own club. Bizarrely, Cazzetta would eventually wind up reconciled with the Hells and even become one of its leaders in Quebec. Ryan found out and told the Hells that they either kill the idiots behind the plot or lose access to the drugs he was importing. The four were quickly murdered and disposed of in the St. Trudeau's killing career flourished in the s and early He gunned his victims down at their homes, planted bombs in their vehicles—it didn't matter if he killed innocents along the way. Testimony provided by Trudeau and two other informants, experts say, would lead directly to the conviction of some 19 Hells Angels, including four directly connected to the Lennoxville Massacre. Ryan had worked with Trudeau before. Still in detox, Trudeau was offered a deal by the Hells: kill two bikers who weren't at Lennoxville, as well as one of the dead biker's girlfriend, and he'd get some money and his life back. The explosion blew off McGurnaghan's legs and shattered windows in the upscale neighbourhood. In an odd twist, O'Connor says he was living nearby at the time and heard the detonation as it went off but didn't know what it was. In exchange for his testimony, he pled guilty to 43 charges of manslaughter and served seven years in prison. He would testify against his former colleagues in exchange for a cushy cell and reduced sentence. It would be based in the northern suburb of Laval, and became known as the North Chapter, while the chapter based in Sorel, about an hour's drive northeast of Montreal, would remain the provincial mother chapter. Trudeau's reputation was solid enough that he began taking contracts from outside the Hells. But even then, notes journalist and true crime author James Dubro, Trudeau was a little different than his fellow bikers. The violence also attracted the attention of motorcycle gangs based in the US, especially the Chicago-based Outlaws and California-based Hells Angels, who were both looking to expand internationally. By the end of his sentence, Trudeau, then 62, was dying of cancer. He would admit to having shot, stabbed, beaten, and dynamited over 40 people—some innocent, most not—to death between and But Trudeau wasn't one of the architects of the massacre; in fact, he was one of its intended targets. Trudeau, without a whole lot of options, agreed. His rep as an explosives expert earned him another nickname, "The Mad Bumper. {PARAGRAPH}{INSERTKEYS}Dual images of Yves "Apache" over a still of the Lennoxville Massacre. Girlfriends and wives died alongside their men. But Trudeau's most infamous killing took place three years later, and was also carried out for the West End Gang. He also provided information on some 90 murders and admit to being personally involved in 43 of them between and 29 shootings, 10 bombings, three beatings and one strangling. Trudeau committed several murders at the behest of the West End Gang, the largely Irish community of criminals operating out of Montreal's predominantly English-speaking southwest. Images via Wikipedia Commons. By the time the Popeyes patched over, Trudeau had already killed four people he was also reputed to have cut off the head of one of his victims, earning him the nickname "Apache". Viau and four other North chapter members were shot to death, wrapped in sleeping bags and chained to concrete blocks. His fifth murder would be committed within weeks of joining the Hells, when he shot a young Outlaws member outside a bar in Montreal's Little Italy, sparking a full-fledged war. Their bodies were driven to Sorel in the back of a rented cube van and dumped in the river. Dubro says Trudeau pulled the trigger on Kennedy. Others would be allowed to retire or join Sorel. Over the spring and summer of , cops would haul in a number of bikers and carry out a number of raids aimed at fatally disrupting the Hells Angels in the province. Cocaine addiction didn't slow Trudeau's killing, though. On Sunday, March 24, after cajoling a few reticent North members to make the trip from Laval to Lennoxville, the trap was sprung. The Hells and the Irish were close: the Gang controlled the Port of Montreal, allowing them to import huge quantities of drugs fairly easily. Once Blass was safely out of the apartment, Trudeau detonated a bomb hidden inside the TV.