Two more Fallen Saints members plead guilty to criminal organization offences

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Two members of the Fallen Saints Motorcycle Club have pleaded guilty to organized crime charges laid in 2015 following an investigation targeting the Fallen Saints and Hells Angels.

On Friday, Ryan William Hillman and Armand Leigh Hounjet pleaded guilty to participating in an assault on Travis Miles for the purpose of enhancing a criminal organization. Court has heard Miles was an affiliate member of the Fallen Saints who was beaten as part of a “disciplinary matter” for lying. 

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Hounjet pleaded guilty to an additional charge of recruitment to a criminal organization in Saskatoon and Prince Albert between November 2014 and January 2015.

Through their guilty pleas, the men have admitted the Fallen Saints was a criminal organization of which they were members. Sentencing hearings are scheduled to take place on Aug. 17.

Layne Joseph James Boorman was sentenced last month to a year in jail for participating in a criminal organization. In March, Justin Murray Smith received a four-year sentence for participation in a criminal organization and recruitment to a criminal organization. Both men pleaded guilty to the charges.

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