Angry that his group of Satan's Choice partygoers had been ordered out of the former Solid Gold strip club for not removing their 'colours,' Johnny Croitoru -- as he was known to Sudbury police -- plotted his revenge. Croitoru, and another man, Jure Joseph Juretta, planned to bring a bomb to Sudbury and extort money from the strip bar in late Crown counsel Diana Fuller told a Sudbury court in that it was ''blind luck'' no one was hurt by the bomb, which was to have been placed in a washroom at the strip bar and explode after hours.
Fuller also said it was the men's bad luck to do what they did during a massive police investigation into Satan's Choice activity in Ontario. A bomb has a ripple effect.
That is why it succeeds in intimidating. Croitoru, former president of the Hamilton chapter of the Satan's Choice Motorcycle Club, was sentenced to 33 months in jail for his role in the plan. He died this week.
Juretta, then 31, and of Hamilton -- the man Croitoru arranged to drive the bomb to Sudbury and deliver it to members of the Choice's Sudbury chapter -- received a sentence of 38 months and a lifetime ban on ownership or possession of firearms, ammunition or explosives. Croitoru and Juretta had pleaded guilty Oct. The pleas avoided a lengthy trial.
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The bomb was in fact brought to Sudbury and redirected to the former Sudbury Regional Police headquarters on Larch Street, where it blew up on Dec. While no one was injured in the a. Defence lawyer Dennis Morris told the courts at the time that Croitoru has a three-year-old son and been in a relationship with the same woman for seven years.
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