At his first Parole Board of Canada listening to in December 2016, Stéphane “Godasse” Gagné acknowledged the hurt he did as a drug supplier and murderer for the Hells Angels, apologizing to the 2 daughters of the jail guard he killed.

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It wasn’t sufficient to achieve his launch.

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A Hells Angels member from Quebec arrives at the Hells Angels Nomads compound in Carlsbad Springs, Ont., in 2016. When he was a Hells Angel, killer Stéphane Gagné was known as 'Godasse.' At his failed bid for parole in 2016, Gagné said 'Godasse' is no more.


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A Hells Angels member from Quebec arrives on the Hells Angels Nomads compound in Carlsbad Springs, Ont., in 2016. When he was a Hells Angel, killer Stéphane Gagné was generally known as…

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