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ICEMAN1CO   Thursday, 03/29/07 12:38:56 AM
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Is this the IR GUY for GLXI Mr.Michaels?


Michel de Montigny


Ex PDG of GSI.ob

Montreal's Michel de Montigny named Chief Executive Officer of H3Enterprises Inc.

Where did the money of Hell' S Angels go? Update Friday October 7, 2005 at 23. 12. . In 2004, the mégaprocès of Hell' S Angels revealed that the traffic of drug brought back 100 million dollars per year to the criminal organization. However, the police force succeeded in seizing only 11 million at the time of the operation Printemps 2001.
The journalist Solveig Miller and the director Johanne Bonneau, of the free emission Zone investigations, wanted to know where this money went.
Solveig Miller presents a summary of his report to us At the end of an investigation of almost one year, their report describes how companies dimensioned out of purse can be used as vehicle to make bear fruit the money of the crime.
Last April, the team succeeded in putting the hand on an affidavit of police force in which one pleads that close links existed between the president of GSI Technologies, Michel de Montigny, and the organization of Hell' S Angels. She then continued her investigation near multiple sources.
The history starts in 1998, whereas the sector of technologies and multi-media is in full effervescence. Company GSI Technologies then launches an ambitious project of multi-media posting. .
Michel de Montigny. Its president, Michel de Montigny, is a businessman of excellent reputation. But since the beginning of the Nineties it is associated an investor, Gilles Mathieu, member placed high of Hell' S Angels Nomads.
Mr. de Montigny supports that it broke his business connections with Gilles Mathieu when it took note of his criminal frequentations, in 1999. But a police investigation, whose principal elements are in the affidavit, reveals that the two men had frequent contacts until 2001 in connection with the management and of the expansion of GSI.
According to information's contained in the affidavit, the two men made on several occasions of the offences of initiates. De Montigny informed Mathieu of the moments most favourable with the purchase of actions of GSI by of Hell' S Angels. Criminal motorcyclists would have also supported artificially the courses of GSI at the time of the bursting of the technological bubble. .
Mr. de Montigny touched at least a million dollars by selling at high price actions in which it had invested approximately 10 000 $, according to a document of Security and Exchange Commission, the watchdog of the purse in the United States. He denies that the amount of its profits was also high.
On their side, the investors lost million dollars in the collapse of GSI.
Operation seduction
The growth of GSI Technologies is fulgurating. The company multiplies acquisitions of subsidiary companies, takes expansion in Russia and Europe, and its value flies away with the purse.
On the promise of fabulous profits, Capital the Maxima broker sells actions of GSI to private individuals without their providing leaflet, which is illegal. .
Andre Boulerice. Even the deputy pequist André Boulerice is packed by the possibilities offered by GSI Technologies. He recommends the company to Ministers for the government of Quebec and even to a French deputy. While being ensured of the ethical rules near the jurisconsult of the French National Assembly, it accompanies even GSI in some voyages abroad.
GSI Technologies offers to him to leave its station of deputy to occupy itself of the public relations of the company. It declines the invitation after somebody, high placed at the governmental level, had recommended to him to keep "an arm of distance" with GSI.
Mr. Boulerice affirms today that it was unaware of that a member of Hell' S Angels hid behind the company.
To bleach money with the purse
The stock exchange titles can be used to bleach the money of the crime and to make it bear fruit.
In the report, an investigating police officer on the tax criminality, which however did not make investigation into business GSI Technologies, explains how the organized crime can be useful of the purse. It is a question of buying a "shell", an existing title which is inactive out of purse, to regularize its situation on the stock exchange markets, then to invest important sums there to make inflate its value.
But for lack of means, the police force does only very few investigations into this type of operations.

The bank of Hell' S .
The report makes discover the "bank" that Hells Angels set up in an apartment of Montreal. Hidden cameras, installed by the police force, recorded massive transfers of banknotes, which were used to finance the importation of drug. The police force could seize diskettes which contained the secret accountancy of the motorcyclists.
At the time, the annual income of Gilles Mathieu would have reached 1,7 million dollars. But when it was stopped, within the framework of the operation Printemps 2001, the investigators seized in its business only 13 000 cash $ and of the jewels for a value of 65 000 $. No charge for economic crimes was carried against him. . Gilles Mathieu, founder of GSI Technologies, at the time of its arrest, in spring 2001..
Today, Gilles Mathieu purges a 20 years sorrow of prison for plot for murder, traffic of drug and gangsterism.
The investigation into business GSI could not prove of money bleaching. Police officers affirm that it was stopped because there was no more money to recover.
Michel de Montigny, on his side, is always free. No charge was carried against him. After the failure of GSI Technologies, it recorded a disc which it produced itself. Last August, the site washingtonpost.com announced that Michel de Montigny was named chairman of the American company HipHopSodaShops, for which it would have collected investments of 1 million dollars.
Alexandra Szacka described where is Michel de Montigny today. Joined to the telephone by the journalist Alexandra Szacka, Michel de Montigny defends himself to have drawn from suspect sources the money for his investment. He affirms that its contacts with Wall Street, interested by the concept, enabled him to collect these funds. He supports that the free report of Zone investigations will oblige it to resign. .
Solveig Miller. For the journalist Solveig Miller, many questions remain without answer. "is the investor protected better today? Are there other similar companies out of purse? Of other continuations were abandoned? Is it socially accepted that an investigation is abandoned because one cannot withdraw money from it? That should cause a debate "


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