The 27 defendants pleaded guilty in Montreal Friday, heading off what had been expected to be a lengthy trial involving 31 individuals.
The Montreal Gazette said prosecutors planned to file a new indictment naming the 51 remaining defendants in the case.
Sentencing of the defendants who entered guilty pleas took place Friday. Two defendants received suspended sentences on top of time they had already served behind bars.
The Hells Angels were targeted in a massive prosecution stemming from a violent conflict among motorcycle gangs that ran from 1994-2002 and included incidents in every province in Canada, the newspaper said.
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