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Nov 06, 2013

quebec-canada-biker-gang-investigator-mole-undercover-cop-mafia-crime-family-truth-frequency-radio-chris-geo-sheree-geo-alternative-media-news-informationFELIX SEGUIN | QMI AGENCY

MONTREAL — The former Quebec biker investigator charged with selling secrets to Hells Angels also offered his services to the Mafia, QMI Agency has learned.

Benoit Roberge, charged with gangsterism, breach of trust and obstruction, had connections with Rizzuto crime family associate Rocco Sollecito, say sources close to the investigation.

Police had earlier said Roberge was spotted with an organized crime member when a SWAT team arrested him on Montreal’s south shore on Oct. 5.

QMI has learned that the reputed gangster in question was a member of the Macri crime family.

Roberge worked with a Montreal-based anti-biker squad for 11 years. He left the unit in August.

Police confirm that information from ongoing biker investigations was allegedly sold for $50,000 per transaction.

The data jeopardized informants including Sylvain (Boubou) Boulanger, who turned his back on the Hells Angels in 2006 to become a highly paid provincial police contact, QMI has learned.

Now-deceased biker Rene Charlebois was offered dates and locations where the police met and monitored Boulanger, says a source. Boulanger is one of the star witnesses Project SharQc, a massive police operation that netted 156 Hells Angels members and associates in April 2009.

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