GTA style helicopter prison escape in Quebec!

helicopter prison escapeGTA style helicopter prison escape in Quebec! Here we have a video showing a helicopter escape of two inmates in 2013 from a detention center  in St-Jérôme, Quebec. Hudon-Barbeau, 38, is accused of participating in a series of unrelated crimes in the province’s Laurentians region in the fall of 2012 relating to a drug turf war. He pleaded not guilty to two counts of first-degree murder and three counts of attempted murder.

This happened in March 2013, but the video didn’t show up till last week, so now we can see how the whole thing went. The video shows the two men climbing up the rope to get onto the roof, where a helicopter was waiting. But, they didn’t seem too athletic, you can see that they’re having difficulties to climb to the roof.

GTA style helicopter prison escape in Quebec!

The union president of Peace Officers in Correctional Services of Quebec (SASPQC), Mathieu Lavoie, told Radio-Canada that guards were unable to interfere during the helicopter escape. But, after that, they had strengthened the searches for cell-phones in prison cells, since these two coordinated their escape via cell-phone. Regardless of all trouble they went through for their GTA style prison escape, they were found by the police two hours later. Check it out!

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