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On 17 August 1993, a RCMP surveillance team recorded Boucher arriving at the Montreal headquarters of Desjardins's company, Amusements Deluxe, and then stepping into a car that took him to an unknown location; on the previous day, the Fortune Endeavor had arrived in Halifax and to forestall an unexpected inspection by Customs Canada, the crew had dumped 750 kilos of cocaine placed inside airtight plastic pipes off the coast of Nova Scotia.
In 1994, following the arrest of Salvatore Cazzetta on charges of conspiring to import 200 kilos (440Lb) of cocaine, the Rock Machine was rendered temporarily leaderless.
Huneault had been watching a hockey game and drinking with his girlfriend in a Laval bar when somebody marched in and shot him three times; none of the people in the bar who witnessed the crime were willing to testify that the gunman was Boucher.
In a highly unusual move, the Crown agreed to have the case tried in Montreal instead of Mississauga and Boucher's , 000 bail was paid for by another Angel, Normand "Biff" Hamel, who managed a company importing coffee from Costa Rica.
Given that Stadnick did not speak French and his grotesquely deformed face was as far from being telegenic as possible, the Quebec media preferred to focus on the charismatic French-Canadian Boucher.
In what appeared to be a division of labour, Stadnick was in charge of expanding the Angels into Ontario and the Prairies while bringing the Angel chapters in British Columbia which answered to the Hells Angels chapter in Seattle under control of the Montreal chapter while Boucher had the task of fighting the Quebec biker war.
Boucher, by now president of the Montreal chapter of the Hells Angels, decided to make his move against the Rock Machine and other independent dealers.
The first known crime committed by Boucher as an adult was on the night of 5 November 1974 when he broke into a grocery store in the Hochelaga-Maisonneuve district to steal 23 cartons of cigarettes, and was caught by the police leaving the grocery store with the cigarettes.
Boucher organized to persuade Rock Machine controlled bars and their resident drug dealers to surrender their illegal drug business. On July 14, 1994, two members of the Hells Angels' top puppet club, the Rockers, entered downtown motorcycle shop and shot down a Rock Machine associate.
This would be the spark that would set off the Quebec Biker war.
In June 1992, Boucher founded the Rockers, the Hells Angels' puppet club in Montreal that was to be responsible for most of the murders committed in the Quebec biker war, as it always the hope of the Rockers to be promoted up to become Hells Angels.
In September 1992, the Royal Canadian Mounted Police started an investigation codenamed Project Jaggy, of a drug smuggling operation run jointly by the Mafia and the Hells Angels to bring in cocaine from Jamaica.