Hells Angels, 1 thousand people protest deaths at Canadian jail
LONDON, Ontario Canada (BIKER DAD)– Hells Angles, and 1 thousand other people protested the deaths happening at a Canadian jail. It happened at Elgin Middlesex Detention Centre on Saturday according to CBC.
One woman held a sign that read “justice for Bam Bam,” a 32-year-old father with ties to the Hells Angels. The Angles and support clubs were among the 500 bikers who marched, revved engines and did burnouts alongside family members of those who’ve died there.
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“We will not give up. This will not be the last rally until there is justice,” added Melissa Stokes, sister of one of the victims told the CBC. His name was Brandon Merchant. “Nineteen men and women have died since 2009 at London’s provincial jail, the Elgin-Middlesex Detention Centre – the latest occurring earlier this month when Brandon Marchant, 32, was found unresponsive in his cell. Two inmates have told The London Free Press they saw correctional officers assault Marchant in the jail,” the London Free Press reports.