Boss Jean-Philippe Célestin would benefit from the protection of the Hells Angels

Coach Jean-Philippe Célestin would have joined the Marauders club, affiliated with the Hells Angels of the Montreal chapter, Radio-Canada learned.

According to police sources, the kingpin, considered by police to be the most influential member of the street gangs since the murder of Gregory Woolley, was first seen wearing a Marauders jacket on March 21, the eve of a murder. at the Gascon bar in Terrebonne.

That night, a member of Célestin’s entourage lost his life in a general brawl.

The admission of Jean-Philippe Célestin to the Montreal Hells Angels club would therefore be very recent. According to our information, he would not have had to rise through the ranks to prove his worth by holding the rank of sympathizer (Walk), then aspiring member (Forward/Prospect).

His status would have been granted to him directly.

Jean-Philippe Célestin joined the Marauders club, affiliated with the Montreal Hells Angels chapter.

Jean-Philippe Célestin joined the Marauders club, affiliated with the Montreal Hells Angels chapter.

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The murder of his younger brother, Brandon Jean, on February 17, and the shooting at his mother’s condo on March 24 would have led the kingpin to find a powerful ally.

Police believe that Jean-Philippe Célestin was specifically targeted during the shooting of his brother Brandon Jean, in a parking lot on Bellechasse Street, in complete darkness, shortly after midnight.

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