The president of the Hells Angels Nomads of Ontario victim of an attempted murder in Granby

The president of the Hells Angels Nomads Ontario, Martin Bernatchez, was the victim of an assassination attempt on the night of Thursday to Friday in a camping Granby.
Reportedly, a shooter would be out of a wooded area about 2 pm 30 am and opened fire several times towards Bernatchez, club president-elite Hells Angels.
According to our sources, Bernatchez was hit by two missiles. He was seriously injured, but his life is not in danger.
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In mid-April, the vice president of Nomads, Phil “Crazy” Boudreault, had also been targeted by a gunman while riding his bike in Lachute in the Laurentians.
The number 2 of the Hells Angels Nomads Ontario branch was seriously injured. He especially had a punctured lung and a bullet fragment had lodged near his spine.
According to information obtained at this time, assuming the internal purge within the biker group seemed to be the most plausible explanation for this attempted murder.

Is Martin Bernatchez was also a victim of this internal struggle within the outlaw motorcycle gang? It is too early to tell and the authorities were reluctant to comment on Friday morning.

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