Wednesday, July 8, 2020

‘General’ Bill Horrace whacked in home invasion - update

Keiron Gregory, 22, of North York, has been charged with the second-degree murder of Bill Horrace, 44, who was gunned down after four men forced their way into an east London home. London police also arrested Det. Const. Trevor Gregory, 46, of the Toronto Police Service for breach of trust. Trevor Gregory is a detective constable at 53 division in midtown, with 21 years of service. He has been suspended with pay in accordance with the Police Services Act.
44-year-old Bill Horace, a former General in the National Patriotic Front of Liberia was shot and killed in London, Ontario. The NPFL was a rebel group under the leadership of Charles Taylor. It was involved in the First Liberian Civil War from 1989 to 1996. The dead man was a leader in the most brutal rebel faction in Liberia and is described as 'ruthless'. He was accused of atrocities beyond comprehension and died as he lived.

He was known to be in Toronto as early as 2008.
Under Canada’s Crimes Against Humanity and War Crimes Act, anyone who has committed gross human rights violations can be criminally charged, regardless of their legal status in Canada or where the alleged atrocities took place. The reality appears to be that Canada is a safe haven for world famous war criminals.

Paul le Roux done like dinner

Paul le Roux was an international drug dealer based in the Philippines. He smuggled methamphetamine out of North Korea, shipped tons of cocaine to Australia, set up arms deals in Indonesia, and laundered his millions in gold from Ghana and the Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC). That isn't all. Le Roux offered Iran a missile guidance system. In Somalia he entered the tuna, arms and drug business on a large scale, building his own village and militia.le Roux confessed to several contract murders, including one of his own contract killers.
He was sentenced to 25 years in prison in mid-June for a long list of crimes.

The judge declared: "I have before me a man who has engaged in conduct in keeping with the villain in a James Bond movie."

Tuesday, July 7, 2020

Jean-Richard Larivière in chit again

Jean-Richard Larivière and François Vachon are said to have beaten up an employee of the Pizzeria Sofia when the two bikers learned it was 'last call'. Larivière, 52, from Repentigny, spent the night in pre-trial detention. Vachon signed a promise to appear.

'Race' Larivière was fined $ 1k after being found guilty of obstructing police in Montreal after attending the lavish wedding of HA Martin Robert. Race took a tasering for his troubles after learning he needed to walk on the sidewalk, not down the middle of the street.
See ----->HA Jean-Richard Larivière tasered, charged for assaulting police

Former Rock Machine boss Émard attacked in penitentiary, seriously injured

Jean-François Émard is in serious but stable condition in hospital after being attacked by 4 inmates at Archambault penitentiary in Sainte-Anne-des- Plains. The 4 had shanks and at one point it was feared Émard would lose his life. The original Rock Machine MC in Canada 'patched over' to the Bandidos in December 2000.
Émard made headlines for another reason in 2014; he was beaten by an SQ police officer who he had just insulted in a cell at the Valleyfield police station.In 2014 Émard assured the press that the war with the Hells Angels was a thing of the past and that the new Rock Machine wanted to live at peace.

In 2016 Émard was arrested on suspicion of opening fire on a group linked to the Hells Angels in a bar in Casselman, Ontario. He has been warned by the police multiple times his life is in danger.

Monday, July 6, 2020

Mexican military opens fire on cartel plane carrying drugs

The Mexican military blasted drug traffickers after a jet loaded with drugs crash-landed on the Carrillo-Mérida road in Quintana Roo. The Hawker light aircraft registered XB-RCM made an emergency landing. It was carrying 860 pounds of cocaine worth nearly $4.9m. This is not the first time a plane has made a landing on a highway in Quintana Roo.

See ----->Narco plane lands on Mexican highway in Quintana Roo

Winnipeg Cops uncover cocaine mule's secret compartment

Winnipeg cops busted a cross-country drug-smuggling network. When they looked in the car of the 31-year-old Vancouver man, they couldn't find the dope. Something wasn't right with the rear of the 2018 Nissan Murano. When they pressed the button on the key fob that was supposed to open the trunk they heard a whirring sound, and an elaborate secret compartment rose out of the rear bumper, revealing a stash of 3 kg of cocaine and $176k cash. The driver faces charges of possession of cocaine for the purpose of trafficking and possession of the proceeds of property obtained by crime over $5,000.

Sunday, July 5, 2020

'El Marro' kills 3 cops - warns others

Three municipal police were shot and killed in Silao, Guanajuato, hours after police attempted to detain the mother of Santa Rosa de Lima Cartel leader José Antonio “El Marro” Yépez following her release from prison. In a video posted to social media, Yépez claimed responsibility for the murders. He accused the Silao municipal police of following orders from the Jalisco New Generation Cartel. (CJNG) 'El Marro' is a fuel theft king and one of Mexico’s most wanted men. He accused the cops of being “assholes” for following the orders of the CJNG, which is engaged in a vicious turf war in Guanajuato with the Santa Rosa de Lima Cartel.
He said that other police who cooperate with the Jalisco-based cartel will meet the same fate as the slain cops.

Bikers for Trump 2020 - B4T

Trump has another line of defense in his war against “Marxists, anarchists, agitators and looters”: bikers. "Bikers for Trump", is a grassroots collection of motorcycle-riding supporters, who reject violence—at least in public.

“If that means us having to protect ourselves by taking someone else’s life, that’s what we’re going to have to do,” one biker said.

Cox is a 50-year-old chainsaw artist from South Carolina.
Ahead of a Trump rally in Janesville, an image circulated calling for bikers to “Mobilize to KICK SOME ASS!”

Chris Cox, who founded Bikers for Trump 2016, denies involvement in the “KICK SOME ASS” flyer but says “We are not looking for a fight, but at the same time, if someone starts one, we won’t back down.” “Boy, do you look good, though,” Trump told a biker at the Janesville rally. “You look good and tough. I wouldn’t want to fight you."
Trump has praised his biker supporters repeatedly, both on stage and on social media, touting their endorsements. Trump encouraged supporters to attack individual opponents and have them “carried out on a stretcher.”

Bill Barber, a 64-year-old biker who runs the Suck Bang Blow biker bar in South Carolina, views Trump as the first true biker candidate of the modern political era. “Trump talks like a biker”

Saturday, July 4, 2020

José Angel Casarrubias Salgado in jail, out of jail, in jail

José Angel Casarrubias Salgado, the leader of the Guerreros Unidos gang that abducted and killed 43 college students on Sept 26, 2014, was arrested last week after six years on the run. 'El Mochomo' was released from the Altiplano federal prison in Almoloya de Juárez, México state, due to a lack of evidence. There are claims of recorded calls related to bribes. President López Obrador also asserted that corruption was a factor in his release.

Casarrubias was rearrested immediately after his release from prison.
It has long been claimed the students were kidnapped by corrupt municipal police, turned over to the Guerreros Unidos, killed and burned.

Indian Mob Boss Vikas Dubey escapes - 8 cops dead

The ambush has rocked the country. Vikas Dubey is on the run.The Uttar Pradesh government has assured citizens that justice will be served in the case of the Kanpur encounter where 8 cops were killed in an ambush with gangster Vikas Dubey. Police had gone to arrest him but he was tipped off and his gang was waiting.

Bridgeport police arrest 'Hot Boy'

Police said Demetrus “Take Down” Robinson, 21, is a major player in a city gang and an instigator in violence that has left two people dead and several wounded in recent weeks. Robinson was charged with attempted first-degree assault, third-degree assault, first-degree reckless endangerment, illegally firing a firearm, possession of a pistol without a permit, criminal mischief and breach of peace. Robinson is held in lieu of $775,000 bond.

Gang conflict is between members of the Greens Boys and other groups from the city’s housing projects.
The Greens Boys are centered in the Greene Homes housing project.
Police said Robinson is known as a “Hot Boy” with the Greens Boys, a term, they said, referring to gang members designated to shoot or fire guns at other people.

Friday, July 3, 2020

Red Scorpion gangster Anduele Pikientio pleads guilty

Red Scorpion gangster Anduele Pikientio, 24, pleaded guilty to two trafficking charges in B.C. Supreme Court. He was charged in August 2018 along with Kyle Latimer, his father Craig Latimer, Csongor Szucs and Jacob Pereira as part of Project Territory.

Project Territory led to the seizure of 93 firearms, a pressure cooker bomb, about 50 kg of fentanyl, cocaine and other drugs, $833k in cash, jewelry worth $800k and collector cars valued at another $350k.
The rest are set to go to trial in the fall of 2021.
A total of 92 criminal charges were laid.

21 pounds of cocaine cast in aluminum

U.S. Customs and Border Protection officers intercepted a nearly 21-pound shipment of cocaine in Honolulu. The drugs were wrapped up in three aluminum blocks that were a part of a shipment labeled “aluminum machinery tools.” The package was in transit in Honolulu from Juarez, Mexico heading to Australia.

Agents say an interception like this isn’t all that rare. In total, nine packages of cocaine were found.

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Thursday, July 2, 2020

Kelowna RCMP Const. Siggy Pietrzak in the pig pen

Tyler Russell was on the receiving end of at least 10 punches from Const. Siggy Pietrzak while he was held by two other cops. A notice of civil claim outlines six causes of action against Siggy 'Piggy' Pietrzak, the B.C. Minister of Justice and AG of Canada.
The cops say ... “During the arrest, the man actively resisted and allegedly turned combative toward the RCMP officers, who requested immediate backup.” It turns out it wasn't Pietrzak's first complaint and it was his sister who ratted him out when the video surfaced. "My brother is the one that flew out of the vehicle and started throwing punches," she said in an email. "That’s who my brother is."

The Kelowna RCMP has another public relations issue with Cpl. Lacy Browning stepping on student Mona Wang's head.

Vladimir Putin, world's most successful gangster?

Russian President Vladimir Putin, speaking in a CBS "60 Minutes" interview that aired in 2015 refuted claims that he was a gangster. "How can I be a gangster if I worked for the KGB?" Putin said "Come on. That doesn't correspond to reality."
The KGB is among the most repressive organizations in history. Putin is a master of what he learned. Manipulate. Lie. Repress. Putin's ability to act as a broker between the worlds of politics, money, and criminality is unmatched.Today's reality is that the former officer in the KGB, who is already among the world's longest serving leaders, can rule until 2036. He will be aged 83 if he lasts that long.

Putin's ascent began in the legal department of President Yeltsin.
He was appointed head of the FSB – the successor to the KGB. Putin turned the FSB into a mercenary for any gangster, criminal or corrupt businessman able to pay. He also became the primary source of information on Yeltsin opponents. Yeltsin rewarded Putin by making him prime minister in August 1999. Within a few months, Putin became acting president when Yeltsin resigned.

Over the ensuing two decades, Putin has become a de facto monarch, with power rivaling any Tsar. He has established a support network of the richest capitalists who rely on him completely for their fortunes and status.