Sunday, August 19, 2018

Drug Trafficker Witton Luu dies in custody

Prison authorities are investigating the death of a Toronto man who was convicted in a massive drug bust that the RCMP called a “tremendous blow to organized crime in Canada.” Witton Luu, 25, died at the Joyceville medium security prison. He had been there since May 17, after being sentenced to three years and nine months for his role in Project OTremens, a case which targeted high-level members of the Mafia in Canada and New York. Corrections Canada had no comment, other than to call the death “non-natural.”

Project OTremens resulted in the imprisonment of two sons of murdered mob boss Paolo Violi.
See ----->Second mobster pleads guilty in Project OTremens
See ----->Major weapons and drugs bust in GTA - ' Project OTremens' - Update