Thursday, March 31, 2016

RCMP impersonator Thomas Hanaway arrested - Again

Manitoba RCMP have arrested Thomas Hanaway, 58, for impersonating a police officer, again. He was arrested Wednesday after RCMP executed a search warrant at his home. He has been charged with three counts of personating a police peace officer and three counts of failing to comply with a probation officer. He is being held without bail.

Hanaway is no stranger to the justice system, with four prior convictions for similar offences dating back to 1982. The most recent occurred in 2012 when Hanaway was given four-and-a-half months in jail and three years of supervised probation.
In 2010, Hanaway pleaded guilty to several counts of impersonating a police officer and offered up an unusual explanation - he told court he was living with multiple sclerosis and said he posed as a Mountie as part of an elaborate "role-playing game" designed to meet male sexual partners. He also admitted stockpiling authentic police clothing and equipment through online purchases.

In 2009, Hanaway walked into a police station in full RCMP gear, bearing a box of Tim Hortons doughnuts. A card was signed "Sgt. Tom Hannah," apparently a member of the Headingley RCMP. Police learned no such officer existed. He defended his actions at the time, telling police: "I was only giving out doughnuts." He said he bought his uniform and other materials online in an attempt to "keep the bad guys away from me."
Months later, Hanaway walked into a 7-Eleven in full Mountie gear, including police boots, jacket and a gang-unit T-shirt. He had the badge of a retired officer, which he apparently bought on the Internet, along with handcuffs. Hanaway was arrested but again released on bail.

Hanaway was nabbed again weeks later when he walked into the Royal Canadian Legion's Henderson Highway branch, identifying himself as the commander of the East St. Paul RCMP. Several patrons were suspicious of his behaviour, which included discussing ongoing criminal investigations, and called police.

Monday, March 28, 2016

Hunting The Wolf: Where Is Hells Angel David Carroll?

Those looking for him have been coming up empty for a decade and a half. Canadian authorities and Interpol agents alike are entering their fifteenth year in search of infamous Hell’s Angels outlaw biker David (Wolf) MacDonald Carroll, one of the world’s most sought-after fugitives.

Carroll, now 63, has been on the run from the law since 2001 when he was indicted in a Quebec court for drug-dealing, racketeering and murder, alongside his boss and close friend Montreal motor cycle gang kingpin Maurice (Mom) Boucher.

Involved in over a dozen gangland slayings, Carroll was one of Boucher’s primary enforcers and street lieutenants and a member of his Quebec Nomads Hells Angels chapter that exercised unilateral authority in gang affairs throughout Canada in the late 1990s and early 2000s.

Maurice (Mom) Boucher

David MacDonald Carroll
Carroll was born and raised in Halifax, and joined a local outlaw biker gang called the 13th Tribe, which eventually became the Hells Angels’ Halifax chapter. He would go on to become president. Personally recruited by Boucher, he came to Montreal in 1995 and was placed in charge of narcotics activity in the Laurentians.

He had a reputation as a capable killer. He became Boucher’s most trusted hit man, taking part in at least 15 murders.

Carroll was arrested and charged in the Lennoxville massacre – but was acquitted by a jury at trial.
The Wolf did a year in jail for running a prostitution ring in Montreal in the mid-1980s. He didn’t intend on going back. When he got word in early 2001 of a major indictment he dissapeared. When heavily-armed police spread out across Quebec in Operation Printemps to arrest dozens, they picked up everyone but David Carroll.

15 years later, they’re still looking for him.
One of his last-known sightings was in Australia in 2012. He’s rumored to be supporting his travels by setting up wholesale drug deals in the countries he’s visited.

Maurice (Mom) Boucher, 62, is serving life for ordering the execution of a pair of prison guards and won’t be eligible for parole until 2027.

The Nomads chapter - August 5, 2000, just months before 'Operation Springtime 2001'. From left to right top: Michel Rose (sentenced to 22 years), Donald (Pup) Stockford (sentenced to 20 years), Gilles (Trooper) Mathieu (sentenced to 20 years), Richard (Dick) Mayrand (sentenced to 22 years), Denis Houle (sentenced to 20 years), David (Wolf) Carroll (yet to be arrested). From left to right bottom: Walter (Nurget) Stadnick (sentenced to 20 years), René Charlébois (sentenced to 20 years), Normand Robitaille (sentenced to 21 years), Maurice (Mom) Boucher (sentenced to life)
Information obtained by the Journal de Montreal indicates detectives visited David Carroll at his apartment in February 2001 less than two months before the arrest of Maurice "Mom" Boucher. The two officers and Carroll spoke for several hours about different topics, including becoming an informant and his take on incidents during the Biker Wars.

Over 130 members of the Hells Angels as well as Hells sympathizers were arrested across Quebec a month after Carroll's meeting with police.

Wednesday, March 23, 2016

Man shot and killed in Montreal linked to Hells Angels

Yannick Larose
Yannick Larose, 42, was gunned down in broad daylight in the parking lot of a strip mall. Larose is close to Mario Brouillette, 43, once considered to be a leading figure in the Hells Angels in Quebec.

Yannick Larose, nicknamed "the kingpin of the tinted glass", died after being shot 4 times. Larose was first hit while he was driving his vehicle not far from a shopping center. The wounded man run for his life but could not escape the masked gunman. The shooter shot him at least three times under the terrified eyes of employees and customers.

Mario Brouillette
The gunman then fled with an accomplice driver in a Dodge Caravan, which was burnt after being abandoned. This approach recalls the old modus operandi of the Hells Angels when they committed murder at the expense of their enemies Rock Machine during the biker war that claimed more than 165 lives from 1994 to 2002 in Quebec. The Hells Angels used the Dodge Caravan to commit their murders because they were easy to steal.
Yannick Larose was arrested during the operation 'Dictatorship' in 2009. The evidence showed that he had attempted to take control of trade in tinted glass in the province through intimidation and violence.

Larose was sentenced to 42 months in prison in October 2012.

Tuesday, March 22, 2016

SEC v. Bruce D. Strebinger, Anne Strebinger - Vancouver

Bruce D. Strebinger
Nov. 3, 2014 — The Securities and Exchange Commission today charged a pair of Canadian citizens with conducting an international microcap fraud scheme by stockpiling shares in a coal mining company and funding a multi-million dollar promotional campaign to hype the stock while simultaneously dumping their shares and routing the proceeds through offshore accounts.

Bruce D. Strebinger and Brent Howard Chapman generated proceeds of more than $17 million through their elaborate scheme. The SEC has named Strebinger’s wife as a relief defendant in its complaint for the purposes of seeking disgorgement of ill-gotten gains from the scheme. Muskateer Investments also is listed as a relief defendant along with a company beneficially owned by Strebinger’s wife called Furla Blue Spa and a company beneficially owned by Chapman called Lance Investments S.A.
“Strebinger and Chapman rigged a penny stock in their favor while staging a massive promotional campaign,” said William P. Hicks, Associate Director for Enforcement in the SEC’s Atlanta Regional Office. “They disguised their scheme by dumping their shares in relatively small amounts over extended periods of time, and they attempted to hide their proceeds from U.S. regulators by routing them through offshore accounts.”
March 21, 2016. The Securities and Exchange Commission announced today a final judgment against defendant Bruce D. Strebinger. The final judgment imposes on Strebinger a permanent injunction against future violations of certain antifraud and reporting provisions of the federal securities laws, imposes a penny stock bar and orders that he pay disgorgement in the amount of $1,515,640.

In its Complaint, the Commission alleged that Strebinger, along with his co-defendant, Brent Chapman acquired positions of more than 5% of Americas Energy common stock without publicly disclosing their beneficial ownership status as mandated by the federal securities laws. Having acquired their substantial undisclosed positions, Strebinger and Chapman coordinated an aggressive, multi-million dollar campaign to promote Americas Energy stock to prospective investors through blast e-mails and direct mailings of stock promotion reports that contained false and misleading statements.
While coordinating the promotional campaign designed to encourage prospective investors to buy Americas Energy stock, Strebinger and Chapman were simultaneously dumping their Americas Energy stock on the public market through an intricate web of international accounts and foreign domiciled financial institutions, located in Canada, Nevis, Panama, Switzerland, and the Turks and Caicos Islands.

Offshore Alert
Anne Strebinger: "Please remove any and all information, url, and articles with my name, Anne Strebinger, as I am a EU citizen and have the "right to be forgotten". Your publication of these are in violation of this law. Thank you."

"Anne is a fashion-focused individual based in Vancouver, Canada. Though Vancouver is her home, Anne has a worldly perspective, especially where style is concerned." ---->

John George Robertson getting nailed by CRA - Reg Technologies - RRE.v

Suzan El-Khatib
Further to main man John George Robertson and director Suzan 'longnose dirtybum' El-Khatib of 30 year+ scam Reg Technologies Inc - RRE.v. We have evidence of the tax man coming home to roost on wicked crooked buttock. Tis appearing Mr. Robertson's appeals are running out, thus his burning desire to sell his home in Richmond before they encumber it.

John George Robertson

Court number information
Court Number :A-504-15
Proceeding Category :AppealsNature :Statutory Appeal - Tax Court of Canada
Type of Action :Non-Action

12 records found for A-504-15
DocDate FiledOfficeRecorded Entry Summary
92016-02-25VancouverConsent to an extension of time pursuant to Rule 7 of the FCR for the Appellant's Memorandum of Fact and Law on behalf of all parties filed on 25-FEB-2016
82016-02-15VancouverAcknowledgment of Service received from Respondent with respect to Appeal Book (3 volumes) filed on 15-FEB-2016
72016-02-15VancouverAppeal Book consisting of 3 volume(s) prepared by the appellant filed on 15-FEB-2016 3 judges' copies stored in Ottawa
62016-01-29VancouverConsent to an extension pursuant to Rule 7 of the FCR for filing the Appeal Book to another 15 days on behalf of the appellant the respondent filed on 29-JAN-2016
-2016-01-08VancouverLetter from the appellant dated 07-JAN-2016 indicating proof of order of transcript and reproduction of exhibits received on 08-JAN-2016
52015-12-15VancouverAgreement as to the content of the Appeal book from the appellant the respondent filed on 15-DEC-2015
-2015-11-27OttawaMemorandum to file from the FCA Registry dated 27-NOV-2015 transmitting a copy of the Notice of Appeal to the Registry of the TCC and to the Honourable Justice Bocock. placed on file.
42015-11-24VancouverSolicitor's certificate of service on behalf of Robin S. Whittaker confirming service of Doc. 3 upon Appellant by telecopier on 24-NOV-2015 filed on 24-NOV-2015
32015-11-24VancouverNotice of appearance on behalf of Respondent filed on 24-NOV-2015
22015-11-23VancouverCopy of Doc #1 with proof of service on the respondent on 23-NOV-2015 filed on 23-NOV-2015
-2015-11-20VancouverFax transmission confirmation RE rule 133 service received from Respondent with respect to Notice of Appeal placed on file on 20-NOV-2015
12015-11-20VancouverNotice of Appeal and 2 copies filed on 20-NOV-2015 against a decision dated 21-OCT-2015 of The Tax Court of Canada Certified copy(ies)/copy(ies) transmitted to Director of the Regional Office of the Department of Justice Tariff fee of $50.00 received: yes

Small Claims File Number 1450301 - Robson Square Provincial Court involving WIKLOW CORPORATE SERVICES INC v REG TECHNOLOGIES INC.

Ledcor Executive Dwight Brissette gets Defamation Suit Tossed - Update II

"B.C. construction exec resigns over Cactus Club groping incident"

“In response to recent events, Ledcor's senior executives and Dwight Brissette, (senior vice president of health and safety), met today to discuss Ledcor's employee code of conduct and senior executive expectations,” it said.

“As a result, Mr. Brissette has tendered his resignation, which Ledcor has accepted. Ledcor thanks Mr. Brissette for his years of service and contribution to the company.
What do we take away from this one? What Mr. Brissette has learned is something that should have been obvious. This matter was NEVER about the touching of waitress bum. Virtually nobody cares. What this is all about is his conduct 'dealing' with the allegation and the reputation of Ledcor. His actions after the fact brought severe and massive consequences to Ledcor, and THAT is what this is about.

The man allowed his dopey ego to interfere with his judgement, vis-a-vis Ledcor's reputation and it's standing in the eyes of the community. He lost sight of what was important because his ego was FAR more important to him than Ledcor's interests. Mr. Dwight Brissette got what he deserved. It was also a very severe error instantly saying (in public) an appeal would be launched when it was clear the judge thought the matter was without merit. Mr. Brissette's lawyer, Roger McConchie, gets a wet noodle too, even though he may be semi-blameless.

Roger D. McConchie
The defendants in this matter were awarded costs. This implies Brissette's suit was without merit.
A B.C. construction company executive has had his defamation suit against a Cactus Club restaurant and its employees tossed out after a B.C. Supreme Court judge found he inappropriately touched a server and called her “Kitty Kat.”

Dwight Brissette, now a senior vice-president for Ledcor Group of Companies, (note- he was recently promoted) sued Cactus Club’s Coal Harbour restaurant, a manager and a server following a June, 2013 incident in which the restaurant said he touched the server’s backside, called her a name and then swore at the manager when she asked his party to leave.
Ledcor’s corporate headquarters are in the Shaw Tower across the street from the restaurant, which is next to the Vancouver Convention Centre. Among those at the table was Jimmy Byrd, the president of Ledcor Technical Services.
According to Gropper’s findings, Brissette’s group consumed alcohol from 5:30 p.m. until just before 10:30 p.m. when they were cut off and asked to leave. In his testimony Brissette acknowledged he drank five nine-ounce glasses of wine and two 2 ounce shooters of Tequila, but denied being inebriated.

Brissette’s party left but he went back to the restaurant to insist he talk to Coley. Ryan Dwyer, the restaurant manager, interceded and told him Coley didn’t want to talk to him. Gropper said Dwyer observed Brissette was “visibly inebriated” and that the executive started swearing, saying the allegations were something that “I never fucking do.” He said Brissette became angry and told him he was Ledcor’s vice-president of health and safety and threatened that no one from Ledcor would ever patronize the restaurant again. "I am not going to take this sitting down. You are not going to fuck with Ledcor like this"
The judge ruled the restaurant staff were credible and even if the allegations couldn’t be proved, the restaurant and its employees were covered by qualified privilege in that they were communicating information to those at the table about why the restaurant was asking them to leave.

In an affidavit, Brissette says his office window overlooks the Cactus Club, causing him anxiety and distress. Dwight Brissette's legal counsel Roger McConchie says his client will appeal the decision.

Roger D. McConchie

This is Ledcor propaganda ... "We believe in building trust in the places where we do business—whether that’s by engaging honestly, by giving back, by putting safety first, or by looking for smarter, more sustainable ways to get the job done right."

How about this citizens. A bunch of Ledcor dumbasses/retards spend 5 hours getting totally wasted, then abuse staff.

When finally told to fuck off, Mr. uber bigshot Dwight Brissette throws a drunk hissy fit.

NOW the abject brainiac figures litigation will solve everything.

HA Dominic DiPalma "tears up" at sentencing

A teary Edmonton member of the Hells Angels motorcycle gang apologized to his family in court Monday before being put behind bars for drug trafficking. Dominic Vincent DiPalma Jr., 35, was handed a six-year prison term after pleading guilty to possession of cocaine for the purpose of trafficking, possession of marijuana for the purpose of trafficking and possession of a loaded prohibited firearm.

Court heard police seized $50,000 in bundled cash at the home, as well as a money counter and drug-dealing paraphernalia, and another $50,000 in cash from DiPalma's Strathcona County home.

Dominic Vincent DiPalma Jr.
City police, RCMP and ALERT raided DiPalma's Strathcona County home April 23, 2014. They seized 1.8 kg of cocaine and 12 kg of marijuana. In a closet in the master bedroom, police also found a loaded Beretta 9 mm handgun. DiPalma's wife and two sons were home at the time of the raid.

Dominic Vincent DiPalma Jr.

Sunday, March 6, 2016

Hells Angels Rodney Sweeney Guilty of assaulting boy with leukemia

A prominent Hells Angels member accused of assaulting a 14-year-old leukemia survivor as he rode his bike down an East Kildonan lane way wasn't even in the city at the time of the attack, his wife testified Thursday. Williams said she and her two sons had returned home the previous evening after spending the weekend with Sweeney at their family cottage. Sweeney, she said, had remained at the cottage.

She acknowledged her husband's membership in the Hells Angels but claimed they had never discussed "safety issues," even after a nearby home had been firebombed. Earlier, court heard testimony from a friend of Sweeney's who also said he was at the lake at the time of the assault. The case is now adjourned. Closing arguments will be heard in June. Sweeney remains free on bail.

Dale Sweeney, Rod Sweeney, Jeff Peck, Danny Lawson, Ernie Dew, Bernie Dubois, Mark Bohoychuk, Jack Shore, Darren Hunter, Shane Kirton, Danny Rogoski and Ricardo Oliveira.
The assault trial for a long-time member of the Hells Angels began Tuesday morning in a Winnipeg courtroom. Rodney Sweeney has pleaded not guilty to aggravated assault and assault with a weapon.

The charges stem from an incident on Aug. 5, 2013. A 14-year-old boy and a 27-year-old man were riding bicycles when the pair was approached by a suspect in a vehicle who attacked them with a weapon. The youth said the suspect hit him with a weapon and that he suffered two cracks in the bone of his arm. Court heard the boy's uncle identified Sweeney from a photo lineup. The trial is expected to last three days.

Rodney Sweeney
In 2014 Manitoba designated the Hells Angels a criminal organization.

The designation means prosecutors no longer have to prove the Hells Angels is a criminal organization in each case where gang-related charges are laid under provincial law.

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