Thursday, October 22, 2020

HA Gregory Slewidge murdered - Update IV

"You won’t find much on Gregory Slewidge’s two decades of adulthood." Such is the byline yesterday at the Toronto Sun. HERE.

True words these as this space has expended much effort in trying to find a photo of the man for history. One might expect his HA chapter, the Ottawa Nomads, to offer some kind of minimal tribute in the death of a full patch. None has been forthcoming and that is disrespectful to the memory of Gregory Slewidge. The club should be ashamed of itself.
Gregory Slewidge, 39, is the son of long time Ottawa Senators 'O Canada' singer and retired OPP cop Lydon Slewidge.

Cops are tight-lipped regarding the murder of HA Gregory Slewidge.
Boudreault and Bernatchez in better days. The Hells Angels Nomads in Ottawa made their comeback in 2018 after violent in-fighting in the summer of 2016. For 20 years the Sherbrooke Hells Angels enjoyed huge profits from drug sales in Ottawa and Sudbury. The Nomads expanded into the Outaouais, Abitibi-Témiscamingue and northern Ontario after arrests in 2009 decimated the Quebec HA. Drug revenue dwindled as the Nomads paid no tax. There would be consequences.

On April 16, 2016 Ontario Nomads vice-president Phil Boudreault was injured in a shooting in Lachute. He is said to be in a wheelchair. In August Martin Bernatchez, president, was shot three times in Sherbrooke. According to cops it was Ontario Nomads who broke club rules. When this happens the club doesn't hestitate in eliminating the problem.
OPP are investigating the murder of Gregory Slewidge, 39, a member of the Hells Angels in Beckwith Township, Ottawa. Slewidge was found dead in a home at 1864 Scotch Corners Rd. around 10:30 a.m.
See ----->HST = 'Hells Sales Tax'
See ----->Martin Bernatchez shot at campground/trailer park in Granby
See ----->Hells Angels Nomads make return to Ottawa