Wednesday, August 26, 2020

Claude Gauthier taking a beating in court - Update

The jargon used in conversations by Gauthier, Pascal Facchino, Todd Bissett and Denis Savoie is translated by a cop. "I'm paying him 51-52." Means he pays $51k to $52k for a kilogram of cocaine. “two packs and 60 pucks a month”. Means that they drain (sell) 2 kg and 60 ounces per month.

Puck: ounce of cocaine.
Package, pal, pallet, block, brick, book, book, cake: 1kg of cocaine
White, powder, dust, snow, flakie: cocaine
Slack, M: powdered cocaine
Hard: crack
Paper: money
Nine pack: quarter of a kilogram, because it contains nine ounces
Candy, peanuts: meth
Run: drug network or route
Runner: seller, broker or transporter
Envelope: payroll or tax
Go shopping: stock up on narcotics
A blow came early when some wiretap evidence was accepted into evidence.Claude Gauthier has had two setbacks in his quest to prove his innocence. All his HA gear is tainted and gonzo. Far worse, all his recorded conversations will be used against him. Co-accused HA Pascal Facchino, who plead guilty, visited Gauthier 20 times during the investigation. Some of the videos show suspects counting wads of cash.

In Nov, 2018, Claude Gauthier discovered a police camera at his home and tore it off.
Claude Gauthier, a Hells Angels from Trois-Rivières is accused of gangsterism, conspiracy and trafficking in cocaine. He has pleaded not guilty and is the last man standing.
In the fall of 2018 traffickers linked to the Hells Angels wanted to sell at least 2.5 kg per month in the Saint-Jean-sur-Richelieu region. In order to do this they needed to get dealers to buy their product and they wanted all the cocaine cut to the same purity. Hells Angels Pascal Facchino and Todd Bissett were recorded.

"If you can bring me $8,000 for the cuts, bring me $8,000."
"If you can bring me $10,000, bring me $10,000” said Facchino, referring to the monthly tax paid to the Hells Angels for the territory.
See ----->HA Pascal Facchino going to big house for 8 years
See ----->33 arrested in Quebec drug bust targeting HA