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Taped phone calls reveal ailing Bandido, 30, pressured into accepting invitation from accused

LONDON, Ont. – Accused killer Wayne Kellestine sang a few lines from the 1960s hit song "It's Now or Never" to one of the victims in the Bandidos Motorcycle Club, hours before the biggest mass murder in Ontario history, a courtroom heard.

"There's an old Roy Orbison song 'It's Now or Never,' " the 59-year-old said on the phone to fellow Toronto Bandido member Paul Sinopoli, 30, of Sutton on April 7, 2006.

The next morning, the bullet-riddled bodies of Sinopoli and seven others connected to the Greater Toronto Bandidos were found in abandoned vehicles in the hamlet of Shedden, 14 kilometres from Kellestine's farm in southwestern Ontario.

Kellestine and five others each face eight first-degree murder charges for the slayings. To read the rest of the article: http://www.thestar.com/article/618551