Thursday, August 12, 2021

Justin Primmer - "I hate the Hells Angels"

Justin Primmer, declared a dangerous offender four years ago, has had his appeal denied by Ontario’s highest court.
Justin Primmer has been declared a 'dangerous offender' meaning he now boasts the very rare "dangerous offender" tag that carries an indefinite jail sentence. Primmer had been behind bars for more than three years without knowing his sentence. Primmer associated with the Hells Angels when he was out of jail and amassed a long record for violence.
Desiree Gallagher in 2013.
Primmer has anti-social personality disorder. Called sociopathy, a person 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. They have no guilt or remorse. All psychiatrists who assessed Primmer said he was a high risk to re-offend.
When pressed about his biker connections, Primmer tried to be firm. “I used to,” he said “I actually hate the Hells Angels, if you want to know. I used to be in that life but I got out.” The former amateur MMA fighter was very happily connected to the London chapter of the Hells Angels. Primmer has much violence in his past, including a conviction for manslaughter in the death of a Stratford man in 2004. He was found to be an extremely high risk of reoffending, and has proven to be persistently aggressive and anti-social.
Also on his record is a conviction for assault causing bodily harm for injuries suffered by Desiree Gallagher, 23.
She fell from a seventh floor balcony at Primmer’s apartment building in May 2013. Gallagher suffered catastrophic injuries from the fall, but there wasn’t evidence to link Primmer to her plunge. What Primmer did have were cellphone photos of Gallagher taken in the hours before her fall with injuries to her face and body. Gallagher was left with permanent injuries that left her blind and in a wheelchair.
She died in 2015.
The dangerous offender hearing determines how much risk Primmer poses to the community. He meets the test, and could be jailed indefinitely. Primmer was pictured at the London Hells Angels’ clubhouse, often wearing Hells Angels 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, the bikers have an arm around Primmer’s shoulders. Bikers will decline to have anyone touch them unless they’re a close associate of the club.
Rob 'Teflon Biker' Barletta