Maurice "Mom" Boucher kicked out of HA?

Maurice "Mom" Boucher while in prison. Oct. 23, 2010.
April 18, 2014. MONTREAL — Former Hells Angels leader Maurice "Mom" Boucher is no longer associated with the notorious biker gang and was officially expelled.

Boucher, who is currently serving a 25-year sentence in a maximum security prison for the murder of two prison guards, learned he was kicked out of the gang in late March. Sources say the reasons the gang is done with Boucher are simple: he has exhausted all legal recourses and he is no longer useful to the gang. Boucher was a member of the Hells Angels for nearly three decades.

A source from the criminal underworld told QMI Agency that nothing will change in the day-to-day operations of the Hells Angels, and that Boucher's star had faded significantly over the past several years. "The younger members were not happy with the way Boucher ran the Hells Angels when we were at war with other gangs," the source said.

March 05, 2015. MONTREAL - Despite serving a life sentence for murder, it seems that ex-outlaw biker Maurice "Mom" Boucher is still running the Montreal underworld from prison, police sources say. The name of the former Hells Angels chief has come up in a police investigation into a drug trafficking network in the city, according to the sources.

Police suspect that despite his current accommodation in a maximum-security prison, the 61-year-old one-time president of the gang's Montreal chapter is running the show with help from a family member on the outside.


Boucher was sentenced to life in prison in 2002 for ordering the murders of prison guards Diane Lavigne and Pierre Rondeau, and is not eligible for parole until 2022.
Since being jailed he has survived two assassination attempts and now resides in an ultra-maximum-security wing of the prison, where more than 50 cameras give guards constant supervision, according to Correctional Services Canada