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Gerald (Skinny) Ward was found guilty of directing the commission of a criminal offence for the benefit of a criminal organization.

March 26, 2009
Senior member of the Hells Angels get nine years in prison for ordering associates to deal cocaine.Gerald (Skinny) Ward was found guilty of directing the commission of a criminal offence for the benefit of a criminal organization.The 61-year-old founding member of the Niagara Hells Angels chapter had pleaded guilty to cocaine trafficking and possessing the proceeds of crime.Court heard Ward directed five other members and associates of the Hells Angels to deliver four kilograms of high-grade cocaine to a former member of the Oshawa chapter of the gang who became a police agent.Justice John McMahon says Ward was clearly behind the drug transactions.
McMahon said 14 years is an appropriate sentence for Ward, but credited Ward with five years already served in prison since his arrest in September 2006.

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