Saturday, October 27, 2018

No "Italian cafés" for Jonathan Mignacca - Parole Board

In the end he was left with a prison term of six years and seven months.Jonathan Mignacca, 33, appeared before the Parole Board of Canada last week. In September 2011, Raynald Desjardins and Mignacca’s cars were parked in a way that allowed them to talk to each other while still in their vehicles. A hitman emerged from a nearby wooded area and opened fire on both vehicles using an AK-47. Mignacca discharged a Glock pistol in reply, while Desjardins fled. One of the bullets fired by Mignacca during the exchange struck a Laval city bus that happened to be passing by.
In December 2016, Desjardins pleaded guilty to plotting to kill Salvatore Montagna and was sentenced to a 14-year prison term.His release comes with conditions, including one that forbids him from “Italian cafés” — namely the hangouts for organized crime figures. According to the summary, Mignacca “fully understand(s) what is meant by Italian cafés.”
Raynald Desjardins's BMW after the 2011 shooting.