Saturday, August 12, 2023

Justin Primmer - "I hate the Hells Angels" - Desiree’s Ride

In May 2013, Desiree Gallagher, 22, met Justin Primmer and went to his apartment. He beat her and she fell seven floors from his balcony, causing severe injuries that ended her life. Primmer was convicted of assault causing bodily harm. Primmer was labelled a dangerous offender in 2017. He now boasts the very rare "dangerous offender" tag that carries an indefinite jail sentence. He had his appeal denied by Ontario’s highest court. He shows “persistent aggressive behaviour and substantial indifference”. Primmer was closely associated with the Hells Angels when he was out of jail and amassed a long record for violence. His victims confronted him again Aug. 2 at the Bath federal penitentiary near Kingston. Parole hearings are held every 2 years. Justin Primmer was again denied parole.
Desiree Gallagher died in 2015.

Justin Primmer has no guilt or remorse.
Justin Primmer has anti-social personality disorder. Sociopathy is a person who shows no regard for right and wrong and ignores the rights and feelings of others. People with sociopathy antagonize, manipulate or treat others harshly, with cruelty or with callous indifference.

All the psychiatrists who assessed Primmer said he was a high risk to re-offend. All considered him dangerous.
Justin Primmer was pictured at the London Hells Angels clubhouse, often wearing HA support gear. With him were high-ranking members of the biker hierarchy, including president Rob 'Teflon Biker' Barletta and sergeant-at-arms Dave 'The Hammer' MacDonald. In several photos, bikers have an arm around Primmer’s shoulders. HAMC will often decline to have anyone touch them unless they’re a close associate of the club.
Rob 'Teflon Biker' Barletta
Desiree Gallagher's mother turned her attention to a “fun-filled day” of raising funds. The Desiree’s Ride event on Aug. 19 will be the eighth annual event, after missing two years due to COVID-19. Real motorcycle riders will tour down to Hoover’s Marina in Nanticoke and then back to the Knights of Columbus hall where, around 3 p.m., riders and non-riders are invited to a barbecue with a live band and prizes. Last year the event raised about $5,200 for victims of crime. Give generously.