Monday, March 21, 2016

Real life prison break! Inmates escape Canada jail by helicopter

Footage released on March 17 showed two inmates at a Canadian jail pulling off their own version of "The Great Escape", fleeing Quebec’s St-Jérôme jail by clinging to a cord attached to a helicopter. The two accomplices hijacked the helicopter and forced it to fly to the jail. The two men were recaptured a few hours after their escape.

From cbc:
A video showing a helicopter escape of two inmates in 2013 from a detention centre  in St-Jérôme, Que., was unveiled today during the trial of Hells Angels sympathizer Benjamin Hudon-Barbeau.
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.

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