Quoted from CBC Newsworld Morning News, Friday, August 15, 6 am
Host: Carole MacNeil
Announcer: "The Hell's Angels are thinking of moving into a small town in Alberta. They've got their eyes on a former military bunker there called the Diefenbunker, and the possibility that the Hell's Angels might buy it has the local Member of Parliament up in arms".
Newsworld reporter Terry Reith: "...Even the spectre of seeing the bunker fall into criminal hands worries [Red Deer, Alberta] Reform MP Bob Mills, who talks of standoffs at Oka, Gustafsen Lake and Waco".
Mills: "It was so difficult and so expensive to get those people out of their bunkers when they were on the surface. Can you imagine having them in a secure facility that was geared for atomic bombs."
Reith: "He's fired off a letter to the Solicitor General urging him to buy the bunker back, and either put it to use or destroy it, ensuring it's never used to shield criminal conduct".
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