Saturday, October 12, 2019

Paul Fontaine shuns association with the Hells Angels

Paul 'Fon-Fon' Fontaine, 51, says emails from the Hells Angels support his view that he retired in March 2014. But officials at the Drummond Institution say that nothing shows he has left the biker club.

Fontaine killed prison guard Pierre Rondeau during the biker war. He went on a seven-year run before being arrested in 2004. In 2009, he was sentenced to life in prison, with no possibility of parole for 25 years. Fontaine has been increasing requests, grievances and formal notices against correctional services.
Affiliation to the Hells Angels is detrimental to his efforts. His security classification, a possible transfer to a penitentiary with minimum security and access to rehabilitation programs is at stake.

Fontaine sees as "hypothetical and unsupported" fears that he will re-enter the ranks of the Hells Angels after announcing his departure. Observations made behind walls show that Fontaine still has clear and obvious links with Hells Angels. In one case he wanted to incorporate a wing with bikers at Drummond Penitentiary. A Federal Court judge will hear the case in two weeks.