Take a look at Gerald Gallant, a plain guy with an affinity for cycling, and you’d never guess that he was an assassin for hire whose quarry were the feared biker gangs of Quebec. Now, as part of a plea deal, Gallant has admitted to killing 27 people and snitched on the men that hired him. His information led to 10 arrests last week across Quebec. Gallant's line of work did not distinguish between the innocent and the guilty. In one case, he shot a waitress who was being used as a human shield by a Hell's Angels member. Gallant was on the lam for five years before being busted in Europe, and has apologized to the families of his victims.