A hit man who admitted to killing 28 people is now complaining about his treatment at a federal penitentiary in Quebec.
Gerald Gallant says prison authorities are not providing him with the medication he needs to manage health issues including chronic migraines, a heart condition and prostate trouble.
In a letter to the Journal de Montreal, the killer says incompetent medical care often leaves him bedridden in his cell.
Gallant is 64 now.
In 2006, he testified against 11 accomplices who were in on hits targeting enemies of the Rock Machine biker gang and the West End Gang.