Tuesday, August 3, 2021

Chinese list 4 things US needs to do to prove 'sincerity' on COVID-19 origin

Zhao Lijian, spokesperson of the Chinese Foreign Ministry, said the US has politicized the pandemic, stigmatized the virus, and turned COVID-19 origins tracing into a tool. It has taken to lying, discrediting and coercion as its means while showing no respect to science and justice. The ugly page of the US behavior will surely be recorded in the annals of the global fight against COVID-19, Zhao Lijian says.
The US needs to publish its data on early COVID-19 cases, invite the WHO to probe Fort Detrick in Wisconsin and the University of North Carolina, and publish data on sick soldiers who attended the Wuhan Military World Games says the regime mouthpiece.

Bonehead Bikie Geppert pulls 3 years for home invasion

Benjamin Mark Geppert has a seven-page criminal history that includes charges for fraud, domestic violence and assaulting police.
The latest will cage the bad boy for bashing another man with a baseball bat over a $500 drug debt.
The ex-Hells Angel starred in a taxpayer-funded video aimed at reforming gangsters. The QPS outlaw motorcycle gang exit program picked the wrong poster child. Geppert pleaded guilty to breaching his bail and contravening a domestic violence order, calling his ex-partner eight times from jail. He says he was lonely.
The judge said she reduced the sentence because Geppert might remain in isolation behind bars, which would not "assist" with his rehabilitation.
See ----->Bonehead Bikie Geppert busted again
See ----->Instafamous bikie Ben "Notorious" Geppert a new man

Monday, August 2, 2021

Pagans Boss Richter pleads guilty

In another blow to the Pagans MC, the group's national president pleaded guilty to a gun charge that could lock him up for a decade. Keith "Conan" Richter, 62, admitted that cops found his loaded 45-caliber Ruger pistol in a February traffic stop. Somebody at a club function ratted him out.
See ---->‘Hellboy’ earns 4 years for beating Hells Angels associate with a baseball bat

Capitol rioter Brooks ratted out by prayer group

Glenn Allen Brooks thought he was being an American hero as he texted selfies of himself at the Capitol riot on January 6 to a chat group of church members. One called the FBI and Brooks was busted. At least 599 people have been charged in relation to the Capitol riot. It left five people dead, including a cop.
Trump supporters attempted a coup and stormed the Capitol. Insurrectionists scrambled afterward to delete photos and social-media posts.

Sunday, August 1, 2021

Kyle Gianis - Career Gangster - Update

Kyle Gianis has been shot again, his fourth if anybody keeps count. He and another man were gunned down in Kelowna. The cat-like Gianis has been released from hospital. Cops are warning the public that associating with Gianis is extremely dangerous and that he is a public threat.
Kyle Gianis was the victim of a targeted shooting in a Kelowna parking lot March 29. Its the third attempt on the career gangster's life. It comes days after his drug operation was busted by the cops.
Gianis says he grew up in Surrey and became a criminal at 15.
He was arrested in 2007 in Cancun for drug smuggling and was sent to the U.S. where he was sentenced to 13 years. Gianis was later transferred to a Canadian prison, where he was paroled in 2015. Gianis was shot in 2017 outside of a Langley restaurant. His friend Tyler Pastuck was killed. In 2018, a Surrey nurse was killed in a case of mistaken identity. The intended target was Gianis. Tyler Pastuck

Nobody has been charged in the June 23, 2018 murder of Paul Bennett, who was gunned down in his driveway.
Trafficker David Tull was sentenced to almost 12 years in jail for his role in the 2017 conspiracy to murder Gianis, his former associate in the drug world who was marked for death after double-crossing Tull.
Gianis, who opened a sportswear company called Iron Athletics Inc., is expected to survive, again.

Joe Edmonds - 'Nike Bikie'

His lifestyle is on display on Instagram. Mongrel Mob member Joe Edmonds was deported from Australia to New Zealand in 2018. The gangster is called Josef Armani Heart and he wears designer clothes, eats at restaurants and lives in a palatial home in Thailand.
Josef Heart's gold-plated Harley DavidsonJoe Edmonds was sent back to New Zealand after his gang tried to start a new chapter in Perth in 2017. The introduction of '501s' has also brought the Nike Bikie to New Zealand, and poster boy is Josef Heart. Gucci sandals, Rolex watches and infinity pools are on display, not leather vests.
'Mob life my brother.'
The term Nike Bikie was first applied to Middle Eastern bikers in New South Wales. The most important touch for the new uniform was the Nike Air Max TN.
Footwear isn't the only difference between 'old school' bikers and the Nike Bikie.
See ----->Oz 'Gangsta Glam' lifestyle littered with corpses

Saturday, July 31, 2021

You can't judge a book by, errr

William Bottoms Jr., 30, of Greenwell Springs, was found guilty of second-degree murder in the June 2017 shooting deaths of Dedrick Dewayne Williams, 23, and Mohamed Sead Hussain, 29. The paranoid Bottoms was on meth and without provocation shot the two men as they sat in the back seat of a car.
His two life terms run consecutively.
Bottoms' twin brother, Lawrence Bottoms, was fatally shot in Mississippi after he pulled a gun on sheriff's deputies. Lawrence Bottoms was convicted in 2017 of the stabbing death of a teenager with a screwdriver.

Guliani threatens afterlife for prosecutors

“I committed no crime, and if you think I committed a crime, you’re probably really stupid, because you don’t know who I am." “I am more than willing to go to jail if they want to put me in jail. And if they do, they’re going to suffer the consequences in heaven. I’m not, I didn’t do anything wrong.”

Gain of Function Experiments - redux

The Chinese call questions "politicized misinformation." Did the COVID-19 pandemic start with a Chinese lab leak? Research referred to as “gain of function" is common at the Wuhan Institute of Virology and it was performed on pathogen bat viruses at a lab security level on par with a dentist's office. Adament Chinese denials that a leak occured are falling flat when investigations are not being allowed by the regime.
Experimenting with pathogens to force them to mutate to become more lethal or transmissible to humans is an ethical issue. Nobody can possibly say if the benefits outweigh the risks. Safety lapses involving avian flu, smallpox, and anthrax point out that leaks are not uncommon. In 2014 the U.S. put a moratorium on funding gain-of-function research involving influenza, MERS, and SARS. The moratorium was lifted in 2017.
The Wuhan Institute of Virology has long been tied to the Chinese military. China’s unwillingness to release information has heightened suspicions that COVID-19 was engineered as a bio-weapon, and started a global pandemic with a leak from the Wuhan lab.
See ----->Secrecy over fired scientists from Canada's level 4 lab

Friday, July 30, 2021

The couple before Bonnie and Clyde

Richard and Margaret Whittemore ran a jewel robbery gang, and their crimes in 1925 and 1926 were front page news across the US. Before Bonnie and Clyde, the Whittemores established the image of the bad boy gangster and his moll. Richard Whittemore, "The Candy Kid," lured flapper Margaret, aka "Tiger Girl," into the high life of crime. Richard Whittemore was a career criminal who escaped from the Maryland state penitentiary on February 20, 1925, after killing a prison guard.
On October 29, 1925, six gunmen hijacked an armored truck en route to the U.S. Federal Reserve. Stopping the truck they killed the driver and the guard and then fled with $93,000 in cash. The robbery made headlines across the country. The gang was eventually caught. Whittemore was convicted on May 21, condemned to death on June 10, and hanged on August 13, 1926. Margaret Whittemore was arrested but never convicted for her roles in any of the crimes. She died at age 90 on April 13, 1993.

Narco banners announce truce

Feuding factions of the Gulf Cartel have announced they have reached a truce and want the northern border state of Tamaulipas to live in peace. The state has a 370 km border with Texas, making it a lucrative location for smuggling drugs and migrants. The Grupo Scorpion, Grupo Metros and Tampico Grupo Rojo factions made the announcement on narco-banners. The groups have been fighting each other over the past decade in a Coyote turf war. It has fueled high levels of violence in Tamaulipas.
Edgar Valladares, a high-ranking leader within the Gulf Cartel, and his bodyguard, Juan Miguel Lizardi, were found dead in Reynosa. They had been tortured and shot. Valladares ordered an indiscriminate killing in which 25 innocent bystanders including taxi drivers, construction workers, children and a nursing student were killed. Cops have arrested a dozen and killed 4 of the men responsible.

USP Florence ADMAX

Drug lord Joaquín “El Chapo” Guzmán escaped twice from maximum security prisons in Mexico. He won't be escaping from USP Florence ADMAX, a “supermax” penitentiary in Arizona. He is searched, shackled, and escorted by multiple officers every time he enters and leaves his soundproof cell, which is 7 feet by 12 feet. He is confined 23 hours per day. Everything is about control. A single window 42 inches high and 4 inches wide allows some natural light but is made so prisoners cannot see beyond the building.
Cells have unmovable stools and desks made of concrete.

A recreation hour is allowed in an outdoor cage only slightly larger than the cell. Inside the cage, only the sky is visible.
Guzmán was assigned to the Special Security Unit, also called the H-Unit. These cells are reserved for inmates with DOJ-imposed Special Administrative Measures intended to strictly limit all communications with the outside world.
"As soon as they come through the door ... you see it in their faces," former ADX warden Robert Hood said. "The Supermax is life after death, it's long term, it's worse than death."

Thursday, July 29, 2021

Sahin Behroyan - Stinking Cabbage

Behroyan was described as crooked and deceptive, corrupt, greedy, and using dirty money.
Busted realtor Sahin Behroyan was in a twist when he sued fellow North Vancouver realtor Reza Mousavy in 2017 for defamation. Mousavy outted the Teresa Decotiis/Sahin Behroyan $75k kickback fraud, and among other things termed Behroyan a 'stinking cabbage', which seems pretty ironic as a few years later Behroyan is involved in the Iranian connection Haddad's Modern Meat scam, which is all about celery root.
In another ironic bum twister, the dopey crooked realtor association spanked Mousavy for outing the fukkin fraud of Behroyan.
Behroyan was found guilty and banned for 5 years, but promptly appealed and has been doing the same for years. HERE.

Wednesday, July 28, 2021

Search for Dutch Schultz lost Treasure

Dutch Schultz (Arthur Flegenheimer) was a New York gangster of the 1930s who made his fortune in bootlegging, loan sharking, the numbers racket, and murder. Schultz became a powerful figure with a reputation for ruthlessness. "Dutch Schultz was ugly; he had been drinking and suddenly he had his gun out. Schultz wore his pistol under his vest, tucked inside his pants, right against his belly. One jerk at his vest and he had it in his hand. All in the same quick motion he swung it up, stuck it in Jules Martin's mouth and pulled the trigger. It was as simple and undramatic as that—just one quick motion of the hand. Dutch Schultz did that murder just as casually as if he were picking his teeth.”
As Martin contorted on the floor, Schultz apologized to Davis for killing someone in front of him. When Davis read a newspaper story about Martin's murder, he found out that the body was found with a dozen stab wounds to the chest. When Davis asked, the boss dead-panned, "I cut his heart out."
Schultz is said to have buried $7m in cash, jewels, and gold in a safe in upstate New York.
The story of Dutch Schultz's lost Treasure has inspired a movie, books, documentaries, a PBS special, and many treasure hunters looking for loot in the Catskills. People still flock to Phoenicia, looking for lost treasure.
Schultz had ties to the area. He was involved in gambling in Saratoga Springs, and had an aunt who lived nearby. Schultz also hid out from the FBI and IRS just to the south in Saratoga County.
Cops recorded the gangster's rambling last words as he died of peritonitis caused by a rust-coated bullet.
  • Oh, mamma, mamma, please don't tear; don't rip...
  • Mother is the best bet and don't let Satan draw you too fast.
  • Who shot me? No one.
  • I will be checked and double-checked and please pull for me.
  • The sidewalk was in trouble and the bears were in trouble and I broke it up.
  • I can't come; express office was closed.
  • Please crack down on the Chinaman's friends and Hitler's commander.
  • These native children make this and sell you the joint.
  • You can play jacks, and girls do that with a soft ball and do tricks with it.
Bernard "Lulu" Rosenkrantz was Dutch Schultz's chauffeur and bodyguard. He was shot at the Palace Chophouse moments after Schultz was shot. He died two days later in hospital. He produced a map before dying. No loot has ever been found, so far.