Thursday, March 10, 2022

Matthew Alexander Navas-Rivas whacked - Update II

Kane Carter, 26, has been charged with second degree murder more than four years after an innocent teenager was killed in a public shooting in Vancouver. Alfred Wong, a high school student, was in the back seat of the family car on Jan. 13, 2018, when he was caught in the crossfire of a gunfight. Wong was killed, as was gangster Kevin Whiteside. Cops said Whiteside was in the area to kill Matthew Navas-Rivas, 28, who was dining out in a restaurant.
Kevin Whiteside, 23
Matthew Alexander Navas-Rivas enjoys a cruise a day before he was killed.Navas-Rivas admitted to other gangsters in the preceding months that he knew he was in danger of being whacked. Navas-Rivas was targeted, as was his close associate Troy McKinnon who was murdered in Nanaimo. Violence occurred in federal prison, including two stabbings of Wolf Pack assassin Dean Wiwchar. Wiwchar was attacked in Kent Institution by inmates associated with McKinnon and Navas-Rivas. Both men were associated with the Wolf Pack.
Matthew Alexander Navas-Rivas became the city's 12th homicide after being shot just before 8 p.m. Navas-Rivas and a friend were walking their dogs when a person approached and shot him at point blank range. He was taken to hospital but died a short time later. His friend was unharmed. Navas-Rivas was very well known to police and was involved in gang activity. He was arrested on 39 gun charges. In 2013 he was convicted of holding a family at gunpoint. Both he and his co-accused in that case, Derek Stephens, are tied to the Independent Soldiers gang.
See ----->Larry Amero, Dean Wiwchar and Rabih Alkhalil in court