Hells Angel sentencing on two murder conspiracies begins
Eight months after Hells Angels’ Larry Amero was convicted of playing a role in two gangland murder conspiracies, his sentencing hearing began Monday in B.C. Supreme Court.
But lawyers for Amero and the Crown spent most of the day working through potential issues at the 10 day hearing, regarding disclosure and admissibility of some of the records expected to be tendered during the sentencing.
Amero, a full-patch member of the Hells Angels’ West Point chapter and part of the Wolfpack gang alliance, is expected to take the stand later in the hearing.
A six-man, five woman jury convicted the 45-year-old biker last August of conspiracy to murder rivals Sandip (Dip) Duhre and Sukh Dhak. Both were killed in separate targeted hits in January and November 2012.
Amero’s Wolfpack co-accused Rabih (Robby) Alkhalil was convicted of both conspiracy and first-degree murder in Duhre’s death. And he was found guilty of plotting to murder Dhak.
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