Radio Noon Montreal | Sep 26, 2013 | 10:06

Julian Sher on biker's death and the Hells Angels

CBC's Julian Sher talks about the life of René Charlebois who lived by the credo: 'My heart, my blood, my life for the Hells Angels.'

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