Friday, November 17, 2023

Gregory Woolley whacked

Its said it was not unanimous among all Hells Angels when Woolley plotted the attempted hit on Raynald Desjardins.
Gregory Woolley was shot to death in St-Jean-sur-Richelieu.
For decades, Woolley was tied to the most powerful crime figures in Quebec. Woolley was often described as a key link between the Hells Angels, Mafia and street gangs in Montreal. A secretly recorded conversation between Woolley, Rizzuto’s son Leonardo and Stefano Sollecito, in August 2015 revealed the two Montreal Mafia leaders considered Woolley as equal. Since his parole in 2020, Woolley, 51, was seen as an associate of the Sicilian clan of the Montreal mafia. The Sicilians had given Woolley part of the profits from illegal sports betting, the 'Book'.
Woolley was warned by cops that a price had been put on his head. La Press is reporting the alliance between the Sicilian mafia and the bikers, which stood for almost a decade in Montreal, has evaporated.

In early May, the house next door was mistakenly targeted by gunfire. Shell casings were discovered on the property. Both incidents were seen as targeting Woolley.
A fire broke out in the garage of the home of Woolley on August 14, 2022. The house, listed for sale at $3.8m, is registered to Christelle Huot, 37. Revenu Québec is trying to recover a debt from her of $80k. If Christelle Huot fails to pay within the allotted time, the luxurious home with a 400 bottle wine cellar, built-in sound system, in-ground swimming pool, separate staff accommodation and a 70,000 square foot wooded lot, could be seized. The former reality TV contestant's financial troubles don't end there. A Bahamian loan company she took out one of her mortgages with issued a notice of default for over $650k in July 2021. The amount remained outstanding last year. Press is saying Woolley was killed in front of Huot and their 3 day old infant.
Woolley at HA Lionel Deschamps funeral in Nov 2015.The first street gangs appeared more than 35 years ago in Montreal. The Bloods (Reds) of Montreal-North, the Crips (Blues) of Saint-Michel and the Jamaican Posse in the West Island of Montreal fired on each other weekly. From January 2006 to December 2007, street gangs were involved in 26 homicides and 96 attempted murders. It was war. By 2012, bitter rivals became allies under Gregory Woolley, the only black gangster to be admitted into both the Hells Angels family and Montreal mafia. Gangsters learned an economic alliance was preferred because the criminal trade was big enough for everyone. In 2017 and 2018, out of a total of 15 murders attributable to organized crime in Montreal, none were connected to street gangs. By working together business improved with less cop heat.
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