Monday, March 30, 2020

U.S. coronavirus deaths could reach 200,000 - Dr. Anthony Fauci

U.S. deaths from coronavirus could reach 200k with millions of cases, Dr. Anthony Fauci said. New York, New Orleans and other major cities have pleaded for more medical supplies. Deaths on Saturday more than doubled from the level two days prior. The US now has more than 145k cases of COVID-19. New Orleans will run out of ventilators April 4 and officials don't know if they will receive any from the stockpile.
Trump might finally be 'getting it' as Americans are now being called on for another 30 days of severe economic and social disruption, as schools and businesses are closed. This is a reversal in Trump's recent decree. One in 3 Americans remain under state or local government orders to stay at home.

Gangsters turn to Trump, Coronavarus to get out of Jail

Paul Schiro, 82, feels the “the epidemic has accelerated the urgency and necessity” of his request. The mobster has been in custody since 2002. He was convicted as part of the Family Secrets prosecution, that decimated the Chicago mob. Schiro’s attorney pointed to changes in the law created by the First Step Act, which was signed by Trump in 2018.

Schiro was sentenced in 2009 to 20 years in prison when he was 71. He is not due to be released until April 2024. One of Schiro’s co-defendants, Joey “the Clown” Lombardo, died in jail last fall at the age of 90. Another mob hit man, Anthony Calabrese, was shot down for clemency by Trump in 2018.

Sunday, March 29, 2020

Fox News offloads dope Trish Regan

"The hate is boiling over, many in the liberal media using, and I mean using, coronavirus in an attempt to demonize and destroy the president." she spewed.

Regan called it the "the coronavirus impeachment scam" while accusing Democrats of exaggerating the threat of the pandemic in order to damage Trump. About 2,200 Americans have died since her horrendous verbal diarrhea aimed at the public on March 9th.

Yves “Apache” Trudeau

Yves "Apache" Trudeau (1946–2008) was a former member of the Hells Angels North Chapter outlaw motorcycle gang in Laval, Quebec. During the early 1960’s, Trudeau worked with explosives at CIL, which later proved valuable. He was often hailed as the “mad bomber.” Trudeau began Quebec’s first biker gang, the Popeyes, which became the first Canadian chapter of the Hells Angels in 1977.

Trudeau was also the first Canadian to receive the Hells Angels’ “Filthy Few” title which was dedicated to those who killed for the group. In 1979 Trudeau began the Laval chapter.

He started the “Hells Angels’ graveyard”, a part of the St. Lawrence River that became a dumping site for corpses.
On March 24, 1985, the eight highest-ranking members of the Laval chapter were ordered to meet with Hells Angels officials in Sherbrooke, Lennoxville. Trudeau was unable to attend the meeting, as he was in a Montreal detox center at the time for his cocaine abuse. Of the eight Laval members who attended the Lennoxville meeting, five were immediately shot to death and dumped into the St. Lawrence River.

Hearing that there was a $50k contract on his life, Trudeau turned to the police. “I was as good as dead already. I was supposed to be dumped in the river” so Trudeau became the first full patch Hells Angel member to become an informer. In exchange for his testimony, which couldn't be used against him, he received an informant contract and lenient sentence. He confessed to being involved with 43 murders.
Through his 15-year career as a hitman, Trudeau admitted to doing half of the murders himself (29 with guns, 10 with bombs, three with baseball bats, and one using strangulation), and the other half he claimed only to be an accomplice. Trudeau was sentenced to life, for which he offered a guilty plea of 43 counts of manslaughter. He was allowed parole after seven years.
Trudeau provided information on over 100 murders and helped implicate at least 80 individuals, which led to 20 arrests.
In 1994, Trudeau was released under the new identity of Denis Cote. He led a secret life doing odd jobs like driving a bus for the handicapped until being arrested in March 16th of 2004 for sexual assault. In April of that year, Trudeau pleaded guilty to six counts of sexual exploitation, sexual interference, and invitation to sexual touching of a male victim under the age of 14.

In 2006 Trudeau was diagnosed with bone marrow cancer. On July 15, 2008 he was released by the National Parole Board who deemed him a low risk to reoffend, having months to live. He died in 2008, age 62.

Saturday, March 28, 2020

Starving monkey ‘gangs’ brawl in Thailand as tourists MIA

Monkey “gangs” have taken to the streets of Thailand to brawl over food as tourism has dried up.

Usually well fed, times are tough. Street fights are breaking out regularly in Lopburi, an area famous for it's monkeys. Each “gang” has around 500 members. They steal anything they get their hands on.

Charges dropped against 11 Vagos bikers

A month after eight members of the Vagos MC were acquitted in a long running racketeering trial, federal prosecutors dropped all charges against each of their co-defendants, except one. Local biker John Halgat is still facing drug and gun charges.
See ----->Vagos bikers walk for HA killing

Friday, March 27, 2020

COVID-19 by the numbers

Recidivist ponzi scammer wants out of jail to tend elderly mother

Wayne R. Ogden, 55 cheated hundreds of investors of an estimated $18.6m in three Ponzi schemes. He wants release early due to “compassionate, extraordinary circumstances.” Ogden’s 81-year-old ailing mother has no one else to care for her he says.

The U.S. Bureau of Prisons denied Ogden’s early release request, saying he didn't meet agency criteria. Ogden is turning to Trump's First Step Act to get outta the can.

When Ogden was sentenced in 2013, prosecutors were certain he would re-offend when he was released.
“The public at least will get a 10-year break from a remorseless, conscienceless serial thief.” Ogden has been ordered to pay $18.6 million in restitution.

Thunder Bay HA clubhouse coming down?

The building next to the clubhouse in Thunder Bay has been leveled. The structures were severely damaged by fire and resulting water damage.
No arrests have been made in the arson from 2019, even though a suspect was caught on video.
See ----->Thunder Bay HA clubhouse up in smoke

Thursday, March 26, 2020

Bikini model girlfriend and a Rolls-Royce to life in jail - Darren John Mohr

Darren John Mohr, 46, has been found guilty of conspiring to import cocaine into Australia. He was charged over a plot to ship half a tonne of cocaine into Australia in 2016. The happy couple are pictured in designer garb in front of a Rolls Royce just before Mohr got busted. He wears a Hubolt wrapped around his wrist which retails at around $17k while the little woman wore a diamond-encrusted Rolex believed to be worth more than $45k.
Mohr claimed innocence and ignorance while he was unaware of the real reason for the boat's voyage.
Eleven jurors deliberated for more than a day before returning a verdict. Since the bust, others have pleaded guilty to the plot and are currently serving long prison sentences. The two lovebirds split about 3 months after the bust. Mohr bragged about his high living lifestyle on social media. He claimed to be unemployed in court.

Quebec rapper 'Die-On' back to face the music

After more than four years on the run Christian Dionne, 36, aka 'Die-On' is back to face charges after a major drug bust. His warrant was out since a police strike carried out in the fall of 2015. Dionne returned from Colombia the same day that the Quebec government declared a health emergency, March 13. He will be held in solitary confinement for 14 days. The bust resulted in the arrest of a dozen people who were selling cocaine, pot and meth in the greater Quebec City area.

Police said the operation was tied to the Hells Angels.
Traffickers received sentences ranging from a few months to up to five years in prison.

Wednesday, March 25, 2020

Ad on Kijiji opened door for Hells Angels bust


Mark David Heickert
Operation Harley began with Paul Francis Monahan, 63, a member of the Nomads N.B. Monahan posted an ad on Kijiji selling a Harley Davidson on behalf of a full-patch in London. An undercover cop contacted Monahan.

Talk eventually turned to cocaine, which was available for between $48k to $50k per kilo. Cops were monitoring Monahan’s cellphone and learned his contact was Mark David Heickert, a full-patch in Oshawa.
Heickert met with the buyer each time, receiving $47k for one kilo on the first two occasions and $94k for two kilos in the last transaction. After the last deal, police moved in and arrested Heickert. Monahan's home was raided along with the clubhouse in Musquodoboit Harbour.

Heickert pleaded guilty to conspiracy to traffic cocaine, conspiracy to possess proceeds of crime and breaching his release conditions by having contact with a member of the HA. He was sentenced to 55 months in prison.

Monahan pleaded guilty last April and is still awaiting sentencing. He is free on $7k bail.
See ----->Hells Angels charged with drug trafficking in Nova Scotia

Tuesday, March 24, 2020

Mexican meth mule pulls 8 years

Armando Esparza-Ochoa, 31, was busted on Sept. 1, 2018, after border surveillance detected him crossing the border west of the Osoyoos port of entry. Cops found Ochoa hiding in bushes about two kilometres west of his entry point. A backpack was found nearby containing 12.8 kg of meth.

Esparza-Ochoa was living in the U.S. picking fruit and was offered $2,500 for the drug run. Ochoa was seeking asylum in Canada, claiming he fears retribution. Prosecutors called it ironic Ochoa would be using the very offence he committed to apply for asylum in Canada. ".. you are by no means innocent." the judge told Ochoa through an interpreter. He sentenced Ochoa to eight years. He has been in custody since his arrest so he has about six years left to serve.

The Mexican Mafia

The Mexican Mafia, also known as La Eme (Spanish for "the M"), is a highly organized Mexican American criminal organization in the United States. Despite its name, the Mexican Mafia did not originate in Mexico and is entirely a U.S. criminal organization.

Officials estimate that there are currently around 300 official members of the Mexican Mafia with around 1,000 associates

Black Hand of Death
Members are expected to engage in tests of their loyalty to La eMe, which often includes murder. The penalty for refusing orders or failing to complete an assigned task is often death. Members may also be punished or murdered if they commit any of four major infractions. These include becoming an informant, acts of homosexuality, acts of cowardice, and showing disrespect against fellow gang members.

A member of the Mexican Mafia may not be murdered without prior approval by a vote of three members. The murder of non-members requires no formal approval. La eMe is involved in a large variety of criminal activities both inside and outside the prison system.
La eMe has a blood in, blood out credo: Murder or drawing of blood is a prerequisite for membership and anyone trying to get out will be killed. The Mexican Mafia is the controlling organization for almost every Hispanic gang in Southern California. Members of almost all Hispanic gangs in Southern California are obliged under the threat of death to carry out any and all orders from Mexican Mafia members.

Monday, March 23, 2020

Mob Wives star Drita D'Avanzo walks on gun, drug charges

The raid on the Staten Island home of Drita and Lee D’Avanzo on Dec 20 of last year yielded two loaded guns, several pounds of pot and illicit pain killers. Most of the 17 charges against the couple were dropped after mafioso Lee D’Avanzo pleaded guilty to possession of a weapon by a felon. D’Avanzo served time for bank robbery. He'll be sentenced in July.

The reality TV show Mob Wives was canceled in 2016 after six seasons.

Gangsters Disciples boss Larry Hoover wants out Florence AdMax

Kanye West visited the White House in 2018 and solicited Trump to support legislation allowing inmates convicted of drug crimes to seek reductions of their prison sentences. On West's list was notorious Chicago gangster Larry Hoover. A few months later Trump signed the First Step Act, allowing gangsters to seek shorter prison terms. Two of Hoover’s former lieutenants have been freed. Now Hoover says it's his turn. Hoover, 69, co-founded the gang in the late 1960s. He was sent to state prison in 1973 with a 200-year sentence for murder. It was found Hoover was running his drug network from behind State prison bars.
Sentenced in 1997 to life in federal prison, he’s held in the super-max prison in Florence, Colorado. Hoover’s lawyers say the First Step Act makes him eligible for a new sentencing hearing.

A former assistant U.S. attorney who helped prosecute Hoover says it's a “miscarriage of justice” to allow him to benefit from it. If successful and able to escape Florence AdMax, Hoover will be required to serve his remaining state sentence.
Hoover's state sentence runs to 2064.

Sunday, March 22, 2020

Drug trafficker Bruno Varin had millions in stolen art

Bruno Varin, 73, was a large independent cocaine dealer, but when he was busted in 2014, he was said to have ties to the Montreal Mafia, the Hells Angels and the West End Gang. Varin was moving 20kg of cocaine each week.

One of the group’s shipments was seized on May 6, 2014 after a pickup truck crossed the Canada-U.S. border. A dog working for Canada Border Services Agency sniffed out 123 kg of cocaine hidden inside the bed of the truck.
Cops learned Varin had hoarded a collection of about 30 paintings and bronze artworks. Some had been reported stolen more than 35 years ago. Stolen art is often used as currency among criminals. Some will accept stolen artworks at 20% of their estimated value. Varin conceded he has been involved in drug trafficking for “between 45 and 50 years.”
Varin plead guilty to eight charges including possession for the purpose of trafficking. He was sentenced to 10 1/2 years in prison. Authorities seized three cars and properties owned by Varin, and had him declared owner of a building that was in his daughter’s name.