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By the time Serge LeClerc was arrested for masterminding a $40 million narcotics lab in 1984, he was already on the RCMP's Most Wanted List. His crimes were many. Theft. Fraud. Drug smuggling. Armed robbery. Racketeering. Bank heists. Connections to the top Mafia families.

Born of rape to a teenage girl in an abandoned building, LeClerc's life of crime began at the age of e
Softcover, 213 pages
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Holly Paluck
Apr 13, 2009 Holly Paluck rated it 4 of 5 stars  ·  review of another edition
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Serge LeClerc spoke at a Teacher's Institute in Feb, 2009, in Regina, SK, and this is where I first heard of him, though he had been infamous in both positive and negative ways long before that. I had been amazed with his life story and got a personal copy of his book and the chance to speak with him. He is the only person in Canadian history to have received a full pardon for his life of crime, based on the sincerity of his post-criminal transformation. He has transformed his life and now works ...more
What an amazing story! This autobiography tells about LeClerc's life in and out of prisons, being on the RCMP's Most Wanted List, running million dollar drug operations, to giving his life to God and helping young kids heading down the same path he was. Also interesting to learn about some of what goes on in prisons, the hierarchies, and how everything about prisons and convicts changed after the Charter of Rights was put into place, not positively.
Aug 28, 2009 Sandra added it
It has long been my contention that if so-called "master criminals" would put as much time, effort and conviction into ethical businesses as they do into bending and breaking the law, the world would be a much better place and this book proves my point.
I loved this book until all the god stuff.... If he would have found the power to overcome all those obstacles himself, that REALLY would have been something.
Linda Watson
Hard book to read for I lived thourgh his era. Sorry I did not get a chance to meet him but had the opportunity to talk with him.
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