Thursday, October 29, 2015

Hells Angel Damiano Di Popolo and the De Cotiis family - UPDATE II

Brandon Vito Hughes was 28 when he was shot and killed on July 23, 2009
After coming home from a night out at Vancouver's Celebration of Light fireworks show, 28-year-old Brandon Vito Hughes was gunned down outside his North Vancouver home. His father, Kevin Hughes, heard the commotion and ran out to the front gate. He tried in vain to save his son but in the early morning hours of July 23, 2009 Brandon Vito Hughes was pronounced dead in hospital. Five years later, the Lower Mainland's Integrated Homicide Investigation Team issued a public plea for information about the shooting.

"The investigation remains open and active," said Sgt. Adam MacIntosh. "Time and distance can be a factor in our favour in historical investigations. There are people out there who know what happened and we need them to come forward."

Police are urging anyone with information to call IHIT at 1-877-551-4448, email, or submit a tip anonymously through Crime Stoppers.

Don De Cotiis, Hayley Winter, Ivano De Cotiis.
Donato De Cotiis claimed a number of threats had been made against him and other family members, including Hughes, because of a long-running family feud that had landed in court several times.

Donato De Cotiis also said he was warned that people linked to the Hells Angels had been hired "to assault, threaten and/or intimidate" him.

Rocco Dipopolo

Damiano Di Popolo
[18] At some point, on a date which was not clear in the evidence, Mr. Dipopolo won $80,000 in a lottery. He gave his twin brother $30,000 as a gift.

[48] At some point, Mr. Dipopolo acquired a one-third interest in a company called Liquid Zoo Holdings Ltd. On August 23, 2005, Mr. Dipopolo, together with the two other shareholders in Liquid Zoo Holdings Ltd., Messrs. Bruneau and Raffael, signed a promissory note for $350,000 payable to Amacon Management.

[62] Liquid Zoo Holdings executed a mortgage dated May 12, 2006, in favour of Amacon for the amount of $650,000. However, this mortgage was not registered until more than one year later, on August 10, 2007. Mr. Dipopolo appeared to consider the mortgage to be further security for Amacon's $350,000 loan to the three Liquid Zoo Holdings shareholders made about one year earlier, in August 2005.
"Amacon's $500,000 loan to Mr. Dipopolo;"


Marcello DeCotiis and his sister, Lilliana
Lilliana De Cotiis runs the hospitality division of real estate developer Amacon, which she co-owns with eldest sibling Teresa and older brothers Donato, Luca and Marcello. Siblings have input on all aspects of Amacon's corporate operations. De Cotiis and her siblings named their company Amacon, after late father Amalio and mother Concetta.

Amalio was part of the first generation of De Cotiises to arrive in Vancouver. He came with parents Donato and Teresa and three sisters as well as brothers Marcangelo, Inno, Vito and Michael in a staggered migration.

Damiano Di Popolo
Eldest brother Marcangelo eventually had a falling out with his brothers that was serious enough to devolve into legal action. Vito died in his 30s. Inno created his own real estate development company and named it by spelling his own name backwards: Onni.

Youngest brother Michael then founded and still runs Pinnacle International.
Dec. 11, 2005. Vancouver Province A long-running feud in a family whose name is tied to some of Vancouver's biggest real-estate developments has once again spilled into B.C. Supreme Court.

This time, it comes complete with allegations of threats, assaults, intimidation - and even of a contract to kill a family member. In an unusual civil suit, Donato De Cotiis, 44, is seeking a court injunction and damages to protect himself from eight family members named in a statement of claim.

The suit alleges that the eight De Cotiis family defendants "have engaged, hired or employed the defendants Rocco Dipopolo and Damiano Dipopolo to assault, threaten and/or intimidate the plaintiff as an integral part of efforts to intimidate the plaintiff, to interfere in the business, commercial and leisure activities of the plaintiff and to injure the plaintiff." Chow confirmed that in the past year, police investigated an incident between Donato De Cotiis and the Dipopolos. No charges were laid.

Chow also confirmed that Damiano is suspected by police to be a full member of the Hells Angels' East End Chapter.

In February 2003, Paolo De Cotiis approached Brandon Hughes, the nephew of Donato De Cotiis, at a nightclub on Granville, and threatened "to get" his family.
Sunday, July 26, 2009. The targeted murder of 28-year-old Brandon Vito Hughes in North Vancouver last week was preceded by a tense family feud that included an alleged death threat within the De Cotiis clan, who are connected to massive real-estate developments in the Lower Mainland.

Hughes was found gravely wounded outside 1956 Jones Ave. in North Vancouver early Thursday. Hughes is grandson of the late construction mogul Marcangelo De Cotiis, whose widow, Addolorata De Cotiis, owns the home at 1956 Jones Ave. Siblings of the De Cotiis family own Onni Group, Pinnacle International and Amacon.

Brandon Vito Hughes
August 6th, 2010. B.C. Court of Appeal issues ruling in De Cotiis family feud. Donato De Cotiis's lawsuit against companies controlled by his uncles Amalio, Inno, and Mike was dismissed. Donato De Cotiis's deceased father Marcangelo, a construction magnate, was also listed as a plaintiff.

"This dispute is only part of a larger family feud that unfolded against a backdrop of profitable corporations and partnerships," Newbury wrote in the court's reasons for judgment. This lawsuit was a spinoff of another major dispute, which was addressed in a 1995 B.C. Supreme Court decision.

Tuesday, October 27, 2015

Micheal Plante - undercover police agent put a dozen Hells Angels in jail

Micheal Plante (face blocked) infiltrated the ranks of the Vancouver Hells Angels, including top-member Louie Robinson (center left) and drug dealer Randy Potts (right)
During the multi-year sting, Micheal Plante went from a bar bouncer and weight lifter who wanted to make a difference to the man responsible for putting 12 of the gang’s members in jail.
It took years for Plante to fully integrate with the East End crew, who were led by John Bryce (sixth from left)
He eventually became a bouncer at a local strip club, the Marble Arch, which doubled as one of the gang’s watering holes. On one night, Plante made the decision to kick out an associate of the Angels who was on a drunken rampage.

The move was seen as smart rather than disrespectful and it earned him a personal thank-you from Louie Robinson, one of the senior Angels and the half-brother of the local chapter’s president John Bryce.
It wasn't until he began to rise up the ranks that Plante began to ride a motorcycle, one the police helped him pay for. Throughout the summer of 2003, he met with police a number of times as an informant, getting paid after providing specifics about times the gang dealt meth or intimidated witnesses. It wasn’t until 2004 that Plante actually became an undercover agent, earning him both immunity from illegal actions and an official salary. In turn, he also had to wear a wire so that police could build up a legitimate case against the Angels.

After months of grunt duties for the gang, Plante was made an ‘official friend', showing that he was making strides and earning their trust.
One milestone came when he was told to get a bag and pick up some guns that Potts had stored at his elderly mother’s home, for fear that they were going to be raided by police. He ended up picking up a collection of machine guns, rifles- and even grenades. He turned them over to the police and made up a series of excuses about why they couldn’t access them.

Anxiety, exhaustion, and frustration finally reached a tipping point for Plante in January 2005, when he was overlooked by the group and not given the title of an official Angel, when they chose the son of John Bryce instead.

Lloyd (Louie) Robinson is pictured outside the clubhouse on East Georgia after it was raided on July 15, 2005.

Angels President John Bryce stands outside the clubhouse after police raid in July 2005
Plante was paid two installments of $500,000- the first after leaving. The second payment came on October 30, 2012, when the final charge of the multi-pronged was upheld and a dozen gang members were found guilty of various charges.

Six pled guilty to drug-related charges, including Jonathan Bryce Jr. Others, including meth cooks and traffickers, were all sentenced as well. Potts faced multiple charges.
A surveillance video obtained by CBC News shows a 2005 incident in the Vancouver downtown area where two members of the Hells Angels jumped the line at a nightclub and punched a bouncer to the ground.

The video shows Ronaldo Lising punching a bouncer outside the Au Bar nightclub on Seymour Street, while Rob Alvarez was kicking him. The May 2005 attack came after the bouncer told the pair to wait their turn.

Lloyd Peter Robinson, son of Louie Robinson, severely beat a cab driver over a $ 5.40 fare in 2013.

Jonathan Bryce Jr

Lloyd Peter Robinson

Monday, October 26, 2015

Tom Winnifrith - - Confidence Man = Damian Antony Conboy

Damian Antony Conboy - holds a Bachelor of Commerce from the University of Western Australia. Mt Lawley High School. He began his career at Potter Warburg stockbrokers in Perth, Western Australia. He moved to UK in 1999.

More recently, he worked as Managing Director of Exchange Minerals Limited of which he was a director. In August 1999, Mr Conboy was barred by the Australian Securities and Investments Commission ("ASIC") from acting as a representative of a securities dealer or an investment adviser in Australia for a period of two years. ASIC found that Mr Conboy did not perform his duties efficiently, honestly and fairly and was not a fit and proper person to be a representative.
So it was the wicked large stupid arseyhole himself who clued me in to who he actually was ... I just didn't really give a flying forksky. Some might. So a body can pretty easily compare dead crooked, tweeking moose anus. It also explains nicely why the dope KNOWS Mick "Many Names" Shemesian ... he's been up that dirty hole for years.
Lets go on a journey into the world of share tipping and start with the background of one Mr Tom Zaccheus Winnfrith. Winnifrith, the self-styled ‘Sherriff of AIM’, was born on 12th January 1968. He has been married four times: Helen Norton in 1988, Ceri Sullivan in 1993, Sarah Thomas in 1998 and Ruth Garrett in 2004. He is now living with a woman called Monisha Varadan, to whom, in YouTube videos posted on his blog, he refers as his ‘wife’.

In September 2012, following his exit from Rivington Street, Winnifrith launched the online tipping service, Nifty Fifty, where he was joined two months later by former T1ps man, Steve Moore. Following that, Nifty Fifty was joined by Lucien Miers, who Winnifrith describes as “the UK’s most cerebral short seller … he truly is the ‘numbers man’ in the bear community”.
The ShareProphets website churns out regular attacks and has Tom Winnifrith quoting Cawkwell comments on shares. is clear he has been the subject of complaints to the FSA and FCA.

Tom Winnifrith (Damian Antony Conboy)
Lets put them together for saviour of the downtrodden, hero to the public, and all around saint Mr. John (Tom) Winnifrith (Damian Antony Conboy) from
Lately a few useless hangers-on have prompted me to waste my time and review this flaming fukkin dope's material.

Tom Winnifrith (Damian Antony Conboy)

Tom Winnifrith (Damian Antony Conboy)
Our boyotard begs for money daily like a $10 buttplugging whoore, claiming a conspiracy of global evil empire proportion is suing him (gasp) for his efforts at bringing truth and justice everywhere. COMPLETE and TOTAL BULLSHIT from start to finish is what that is.

IF Mr. Winnifrith (Damian Antony Conboy) is getting sued its because he deliberately taunts his targets, because, drumroll, without legal threats he has NO REASON to beg from pure stupid people.

Tom Winnifrith (Damian Antony Conboy)
So we could say much about Mr. Winnifrith's (Damian Antony Conboy) wicked horrid appearance ... i.e. he LOOKS LIKE the arse-end of a tweeking moose on a severe bender, but that might be considered smearing. Lets just ask ourselves if anybody in their semi-correct mind would give this wicked dork a fukkin nickel if he approached us on the street.
"I'm off to get hammered" "Fuck You I win"

Toxic Mould - Mr. Todd Arbuthnot - Update I

Todd Arbuthnot
Mr. Todd Arbuthnot is the owner of multiple "dive bars" in New Westminster. "The Arbuthnot Group" The major problem with Mr. Todd Arbuthnot is that his establishment the "Hops Northwest Pub" at 48 8th Street, below the New Westminster Skytrain is likely hazardous.

It is chock full of mould and the "man" surely must realize it because the stench completely floors you walking into the bar every single time.

Exposure to mould is considered a serious health issue. IF there is toxic mould present Mr. Todd Arbuthnot could very well be deliberately killing people (particularly his employees) in order to make as much loot as possible.

A reader has (fairly) asked me what makes me the mouldy king o chit hill.

My background is construction management and two things you cannot fork with ... asbestos and mould. I've dealt with both, more than once. That particular smell of mould cannot be copied. If the smell is this bad there's plenty of spores happening.
"The presence of moulds may also result in complaints from workers about poor air quality in the building, such as a musty odour. These complaints require an investigation by the employer (Regulation sections 3.10 and 4.79(1)). In order to establish whether there is a potential for worker exposure to mould, a risk assessment must be carried out."