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Hells Angels Associate Who Attacked Indo-Canadian Cabbie Gets 16 Months Jail

Lloyd Peter Robinson, who has links to Hells Angels gang, pleaded guilty to assault causing bodily harm to Vancouver cabbie Ranjit Shergill in Vancouver provincial court last month and was sentenced to 16 months in jail.

VANCOUVER — Lloyd Peter Robinson, who has links to Hells Angels gang, pleaded guilty to assault causing bodily harm to Vancouver cabbie Ranjit Shergill in Vancouver provincial court last month and was sentenced to 16 months in jail.

Shergill told the Vancouver Sun he is still in pain from the broken bones in his face after he was punched and stomped by Robinson, who has links to the East End Hells Angels.

“I think it’s good. He has one year and four months to think about and realize what he did,” Shergill said.

Shergill told the Sun that he also suffered racial slurs after he picked up Robinson and three women on Granville near Davie just before 1 a.m. on Nov. 17.

Robinson tried to cover the security camera in the taxi. Once they arrived at an apartment building at Drake Street and Marinaside Crescent, there was a dispute over the $6.60 fare, Shergill told the Vancouver Sun.

“He suddenly attacked on me and fractured by nose and eyes,” Shergill said. “After I went unconscious.”

Police arrested Robinson five days later on a charge of aggravated assault. He pleaded guilty to the lesser included count of assault causing bodily harm.

Vancouver police Sgt. Randy Fincham told the Sun Monday that the quick guilty plea “is a result of the willingness of a victim of crime to put their trust in the police and the determination of investigators and Crown Counsel to build the best case possible for the courts.”

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