Wednesday, January 25, 2017

Jean-David Cesar pulls 42 months for .357 magnum

19-year-old Jean-David Cesar appeared bored while the Judge delivered the sentence at the Montreal courthouse. Cesar is the brother of Donald Cesar, a 22-year-old man who was killed in Montreal North on September 3, 2015.

Donald Cesar was the half-brother of Chenier (Big) Dupuy, a longtime street gang leader who was murdered in Anjou in 2012. Chenier Dupuy, the leader of the Bo-Gars, had nothing to do with the little criminals in the alleys. He was the apex of a major drug trafficking ring.

Chenier (Big) Dupuy
Police sources speculate Dupuy was killed because he refused to be part of a partnership that eventually merged the Montreal Mafia with the Hells Angels and several Montreal street gangs.

Montreal police believe the Hells Angels were behind the murder, as well as that of Lamartine Severe Paul, cousin of Ducarme Joseph, who suffered the same fate as Dupuy in Laval the same day. "Paulo" was liquidated by a sniper as he arrived at his home.

Ducarme Joseph