Monday, November 7, 2016

Trial adjourned for Fallen Saints member who says he was denied PTSD medication

Fallen Saints MC member Armand Leigh Hounjet says he has been denied his medication for Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder while on remand and "feel very overwhelmed, fatigued, lost, and about 20 per cent of what I was ..."

Hounjet pleaded not guilty to seven gun-related offences: two counts of possessing a firearm for a dangerous purpose, two counts of transferring a firearm without authorization and three counts of trafficking firearms. Guns were seized from Hounjet’s home and from his two businesses — Nipawin Gun and Tackle and Badger Arms Supply.
Armand Leigh Hounjet's Photobucket page 'Joe1971'On November 4th, Hounjet pleaded guilty to separate charges of marijuana trafficking exceeding three kilograms, possessing proceeds of crime, careless use of a firearm and two counts of unauthorized possession of a firearm.

He was sentenced to six months in jail.

Hounjet is also charged with committing an offence for the benefit of a criminal organization, participation in a criminal organization and recruitment to a criminal organization.

Hounjet had his weapons trial adjourned until November 16th. Police conducted raids in January 2015 in Project Forseti, a 15-month police operation targeting the Fallen Saints and Hells Angels.
Police seized more than $8 million worth of drugs, including cocaine, meth, heroin, fentanyl and hundreds of firearms.
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