Canada’s ‘self-proclaimed queen’ has found herself in hot water after spoofing the Hells Angels logo and reprinting the signature of the motorcycle club’s ‘national president’ on a fake letter.
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“Based on our national mission, I believe we can provide your security,” read the document, published Monday on the social network? telegram By Romana Ditulo.
A notorious conspirator who called for the murder of medical workers administering the Covid-19 vaccine has posted a fake note to brag to his supporters that bikers want to protect him.
“Mother, I have the honor to be your Majesty’s humble and obedient servant,” wrote the Hell’s Angels to the self-proclaimed “Queen” of Canada.
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The problem is that Romana Ditulo made a number of mistakes by re-inventing this letter.
First, the document was signed by the “National President”. However, according to our information, no one in the motorcycle club holds this position.
“We have no report, it’s a bad idea,” it confirmed Register A member of the Hells Angels, he preferred to remain anonymous.
Sergeant Andre Gelinas, a retired detective of the Service de Police de la Ville de Montreal (SPVM), confirms that the conspirator’s gesture was simply “disturbed.”
“However, I’d be very surprised if the Hells took offense to it. Romana Diludo isn’t just another criminal group. I don’t think they’re going to see her as a fraud anymore. I can’t see the Hells taking revenge on her. What would they gain?” Mr. Gelinas explains.
He says the “Queen” can get proper notice by usurping the winged skull logo with the Hell’s Angels name.
Requests for an interview with Romana Titulo were not answered Tuesday.
- With Maxime Deland, QMI Agency
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