Monday, May 23, 2022

Florida cop tasers dirt biker at gas station - facing negligence charges

Florida Deputy David Crawford thought it would be a great idea to tackle and then taser a man filling his gas tank.
The cop, who was also seriously burned, triggered an explosion during an attempted arrest of Jean Barreto, 26, who suffered third-degree burns on 75% of his body. The deputy is now facing negligence charges.

Rapper Pooh Shiesty in deep pooh = 63 months


Pooh was cooked.
Shiesty and Bobby Brown, the other man charged, shot and injured two other men in a parking lot in a shoe rip. Shiesty arrived in a McLaren he rented from one of the victims and wanted to negotiate the car's rental as well, but during the transaction, he and Brown shot the men — one in the hip and the other in the ass. Surveillance footage captured the shooting. While leaving, a Louis Vuitton bag — which had $40,912 in cash — fell out of the McLaren. Shiesty had posted guns and $100 bills on Instagram days before the robbery. Cops tapped the rapper's instagram and found the same bills in the Louis Vuitton bag were also in his posts. Its 63 months in jail, three years of supervised release and additional restrictions such as no contact with his co-defendants.
Rapper Pooh Shiesty (Lontrell Williams) agreed to plead guilty in connection with a Florida armed robbery. He faced a maximum sentence of life in prison if he had been convicted at trial of using a firearm "in furtherance of another federal crime of violence." He and another man shot two others in a "high end athletic sneaker" deal gone bad.

Cocaine cut with fentanyl in Nashville

Khalil D. Smith, 26; Nesean Thompson, 22; and Michael Terry, 26 were busted on felony drug charges after selling three grams of a white powder to an undercover cop for $200. It tested positive for fentanyl and cocaine. The dealers sold adulterated cocaine every day in downtown Nashville. Fentanyl is believed responsible for about 80% of drug overdose deaths in Nashville and Davidson County. A health warning was issued to the public about the spike in drug overdoses in the downtown Nashville area.

Sunday, May 22, 2022

InstaFamous model Emmy Russ - revisited

Germany's Emmy Russ's quest to get the perfect Instagram shot in 2020 left her with more than she bargained for after she posed on a cop car. She faced a bill after cops claimed her photo shoot dented their car. The 23-year-old has 160k followers on Instagram.
Hamburg cops posted on their official Instagram account that they had caught a woman posing for photos on the hood of their car. The post said police had been “amazed” after a resident tipped them off that “a woman in front of the police station” was “lolling on the hood of a patrol car”. Hamburg cops said it was apparently to take ‘nice photos’ but cops later said the hood was pushed in after her posing on their car.

Nigerian busted for cocaine again

Okechukwu Francis Amaechi, 45, finished a jail term for drug trafficking in Brazil in March 2022. He was arrested at the Port Harcourt Airport on arrival from Brazil via Doha. Okechukwu was busted for 4.56kg of cocaine hidden in lawnmower tires. One package bears the inscription “IN GOD” and “WE TRUST”.   Amaechi claimed church members gave him the lawn mowers to deliver to his brother in Port Harcourt.

Saturday, May 21, 2022

Walk through of destroyed Russian tanks

The latest spooky video by Ukrainian soldiers. According to Oryx blog, Russian equipment losses comprise; Tanks (684, of which destroyed: 368, damaged: 21, abandoned: 52, captured: 241) Armoured Fighting Vehicles (368, of which destroyed: 198, damaged: 3, abandoned: 35, captured: 132) Infantry Fighting Vehicles (731, of which destroyed: 437, damaged: 12, abandoned: 55, captured: 227) Armoured Personnel Carriers (108, of which destroyed: 38, damaged: 2, abandoned: 14, captured: 54)

Russian troop losses may exceed 25,000 according to Ukraine, roughly 1 man in 4 of the initial invasion force.

Rampant gang warfare in Western Sydney

An angry imam berated mourners at the funeral of Rami Iskander. He was laid to rest in the grave next to his kingpin uncle Mahmoud 'Brownie' Ahmad, 17 days after his murder. The 23-year-old was gunned down outside his home in front of his pregnant wife and two-year-old child. Gangland violence is running rampant in Western Sydney.
Mahmoud ‘Brownie’ Ahmad
13 people have been killed in gang violence in Sydney's west and southwest over the past 18 months. Comanchero boss Tarek Zahed, 41, is in critical condition and his brother Omar dead after they were sprayed with bullets two weeks ago. Tarek survived despite 10 gunshot wounds to his body and head.
He is said to be blind.

Friday, May 20, 2022

Ukraine Special Operations Forces

Special Operations Forces in Ukraine (Сили спеціальних операцій) number over 4,000 spetsnaz operatives, all of whom are experienced, professional soldiers. Their motto is "I Come at You!"

https://sof.mil.gov.ua

Dominic Taddeo escapes, lassoed, pleads guilty

Infamous mob assassin Dominic Taddeo, 64, who murdered three gangland rivals in the ’80s Rochester Mafia War, was arrested 4 days after he escaped from federal custody in Florida. Taddeo pleaded guilty and is looking at an additional 5 years in the big house.
About to be released to a halfway house, the killer went for a medical appointment on March 28 and never returned.
A judge denied Dominic Taddeo's bid for compassionate release in 2021. Taddeo has been imprisoned the past three decades for murder and other crimes. He’s scheduled to be released in two years. In 1982 and 1983 contract killer Taddeo fatally shot three men — Nicholas Mastrodonato, Gerald Pelusio, and Dino Tortatice. Taddeo also attempted to whack former Rochester Mafia captain Thomas Marotta, twice. Joseph Sullivan was responsible for about 20 of the murders in the Rochester Mafia War.
See ----->Joseph 'Mad Dog' Sullivan

Drunk Tyson Fury with Kinahan gangster

Tyson Fury was with notorious Scottish gangster Robert Kelbie in an incident caught on camera. The drunk Fury aimed a kick at the taxi after the driver refused to let him and his crew in. He is seen being held up by father John as he stumbles towards the taxi.
Some 600 individuals have been banned from the US over their ties to Daniel Kinahan.

Thursday, May 19, 2022

HA Jean-Richard Larivière

Jean-Richard 'Race' Larivière, received his Hells jacket in March 2017 after being promoted to a member in good standing of the Montreal chapter. In 2018 the National Organized Crime Squad (ENRCO) seized his patches. Unlike his colleagues who prefer leather, Larivière chose a camouflage fabric jacket to embroider the club's logo, the Montreal chapter crest, and the slogan AFFA. In the Hells Angels, having your colors in the hands of the police is seen as an insult. The club's quasi-military bylaws stipulate that all members "are obliged to have their jackets". The problem is that they do not have the right to have more than one jacket in their possession.
'Race' had to order another set of patches.
Cops seized more than $2m in the safe at the Nomads Chapter of the Hells in January 2001.Larivière was imprisoned in 2001 as the biker war was coming to an end. Larivière controlled drug and cash 'banks' on behalf of the Nomads. On Dec 5, 2000, he graduated as a Nomad prospect and expected to join the Hells. But the cops closed down the 'Bank of Nomads' by seizing $2m and $ 17m in drugs.
Larivière (right) with Hells Angels Nomads. Top row is Michel Rose, Normand Robitaille, René Charlebois and Gilles Mathieu.

Larivière became HAMC in 2017
Larivière was arrested on July 6, 2020 after a dispute at the Pizzeria Sofia restaurant. The owner had announced last call before closing. Unhappy that the supply of booze ended, Larivière attacked him. The altercation was captured by surveillance cameras. Larivière, 54, pleaded guilty to a charge of common assault. Charges of assault causing bodily harm and uttering threats were dropped. Larivière has already been fined $1k for obstructing cops at the 2018 Martin Robert wedding in Montreal. He was drunk then as well and cops had to subdue him with a taser.
See ---->3rd HA associate whacked in Quebec

HA Jason Arkinstall faces the music

Jason Arkinstall is scheduled to be sentenced May 20 in Surrey. The high profile Mission HA was busted with Lawrence Edward Dwyer near Creston in October 2020 and charged with possession for the purpose of trafficking and drug smuggling. The two ran back into Canada after being spotted in Idaho with five duffel bags of cocaine and meth worth more than US $2m. The two rabbits fled to Canada, leaving the dope in the U.S. 38kg of cocaine and 90kg of meth was seized.
Arkinstall was acquitted in Calgary in 2011 of uttering threats against cops. The judge said Arkinstall was 'physically abused.' In 2013 Arkinstall was charged in Spain with HA Chad Wilson for trying to smuggle half a tonne of Colombian cocaine into the country. They were convicted and returned to Canada. Wilson was shot to death under the Golden Ears Bridge in 2018.

Dead scuba diver, 55kg cocaine surface in NSW - update II

The diver found dead in Newcastle harbour has been identified as Brazilian Bruno Borges, 31. Cops have issued a warrant for the arrest of the man they believe was a second diver, Jhoni Fernandes Da Silva.

James Blee, 62, was arrested in Far North Queensland while trying to board a flight to Singapore.
Cops say the original shipment of drugs weighed up to 300kg. Only 100kg made its way into Australian waters and the remaining 200kg ended up in Indonesia. Indonesian authorities say the drugs they found floating in four black packages near Java's Merak Port weighed 179kg — making it a record haul for the country.
Cops in New South Wales found 110 pounds of cocaine, estimated to be worth about $14m, along with the body of a diver washed up on a riverbank. The diver was wearing expensive scuba equipment including a “rebreather” that lets a person breathe underwater without producing a trail of bubbles. The cocaine came from the nearby cargo ship Areti, a Marshall Islands vessel that had arrived from Argentina on Sunday. 46kg of cocaine from the bulk carrier made its way onto Australia and cops are looking for a second diver.

Wednesday, May 18, 2022

Lake Mead body in a barrel - update

The grisly find has all the makings of a gangland hit. Cops say the victim was shot in the head and crammed into the drum. The killers transported the barrel by boat several hundred yards out into the lake and dumped it in what was then 100 feet of water. The corpse still had a shirt, belt and shoes. Clothing was purchased in the mid to late 1970s at a Kmart. Three possible mob victims may be the body in the barrel. George 'Jay' Vandermark was a gambling machine cheater who robbed the mob's slot machine operation at the Stardust casino. William Crespo was a drug-runner who turned state's evidence after he got busted smuggling cocaine. He was set to testify against a mob-controlled casino company but was never seen again.
Leading candidate for the man in the barrel is Johnny Pappas, a man who owned a boat on Lake Mead and was a veteran Las Vegas casino host. The three men together were all linked to the most powerful Las Vegas mob operation of that time – Argent Corp., a front company that ran some of Las Vegas' top gambling operations. Argent Corp. had become a major player in Las Vegas – owning the Stardust, Hacienda and Marina hotel-casinos on the Strip, and the Fremont downtown. That leads to a likely killer. One of the most notorious enforcers in mob history, Tony Spilotro. He was involved in at least 20 mob-related murders from 1975 to 1977. Each of his victims died from a shared method — one or more point-blank shots to the head from a .22 handgun, favored because the slugs enter the skull without blowing back blood and brain matter. DNA testing may take a year.

Shoes on the man were sold at Kmart in the mid 70s.
Boaters on depleted Lake Mead spotted an old rusty barrel. Inside were bones from a man killed sometime between the mid-1970s and the early 1980s. He had been shot to death and was likely dropped from a boat far from shore.
Lake Mead and Lake Powell upstream provide water to more than 40 million people. The lake’s level has dropped so much that the uppermost water intake at Lake Mead became visible last week.
Drought over the past 20 years and increasing demand is emptying the lake.

Lakhbir Singh, alias Landa - update III

Punjab cops are trying to recover around a dozen weapons that gangster Nishan Singh, one of the key accused in the May 9 Mohali rocket-propelled grenade (RPG) attack case, sold to different criminals. Nishan revealed he got the weapons from Lakhbir Singh Landa.

The continued lack of an Interpol 'red notice' is raising questions on the efficacy of Punjab cops.
Punjab Police cracked the rocket propelled grenade (RPG) attack with Canada-based gangster Lakhbir Singh emerging as the key leader. He is said to have provided the RPG, AK-47 and local criminals to carry out the terror attack at Punjab Police Intelligence Headquarters in Mohali. He is a close aide of Pakistan wanted gangster Harvinder Singh and had joined with the Babbar Khalsa International (BKI).

Its said an Interpol 'Red Notice' is pending.
Lakhbir Singh, who is wanted in Punjab in a high profile double murder, has been booked for extortion. Traders received WhatsApp calls from Landa demanding ransom. Landa sent WhatsApp and voice messages from various mobile numbers from Sept 27 last year to March 7 this year, demanding money. Landa warned the target saying “in case you don’t oblige your family would be eliminated”.
Landa is facing 20 criminal cases, including murder and attempted murder, in Tarn Taran, Moga and Ferozepur districts. He fled to Canada just before he was convicted in a Punjab criminal case in 2017. He was sponsored by his sister Sukhraj Kaur.

Gangster Jonathan Olson appeals


Prolific offender Jonathon Olsen is appealing his 11.5-year jail sentence for a crime spree five years ago that included shooting a fellow gangster in the head. Olson was convicted with Brodie Tyrel Takahashi Robinson for a series of incidents over the 2017 Canada Day long weekend. Olson was sentenced in B.C. Supreme Court on Jan. 13, 2021. Olson has an extensive and violent criminal record. The Crown informed the court in September 2019 of a pending application under section 752.1 of the criminal code ... the dangerous offender tag and an indeterminate sentence. The dangerous offender designation application is now off the table. The Crown was seeking a sentence of 14 years.

Police dog Grinder after Olson attempted to drown him in the Vedder River in 2018.
Drama ensued as Olson was found in possession of a stolen vehicle near the Vedder Canal. He ended up in the water fleeing from a police dog that he fought off and attempted to drown. He was arrested by the RCMP’s Emergency Response Team after being found hiding in bushes. Both Robinson and Olson faced a minimum for the most serious weapons offences. The criminal code calls for a minimum of five years with the use of a restricted or prohibited firearm. Olson originally faced the rare charge of attempting to kill or maim a law enforcement animal, but that was dropped.