Sunday, June 30, 2019

Carfentanil deaths on the rise in Ontario

A letter from the Ministry of Health cited 142 carfentanil-related deaths through April 29, 2019 in Ontario, compared to 95 for all of 2018. That represented a 50 per cent increase for the first four months of the year. Carfentanil is a highly toxic synthetic opioid that was never intended for human consumption.

The drug has no smell, taste and a lethal amount is tiny. It comes in many forms on the street: powder, pill, liquid and blotter.

Hells Angels boss Dale Sweeney denied prison unit move

Former Manitoba Hells Angels president Dale Sweeney has lost his bid to be returned to Stony Mountain Institution’s minimum-security unit. Sweeney, 49, argued his August 2018 removal from the prison’s minimum-security unit and transfer to its medium-security unit unjustly deprived him of his liberty.

In 2013, Sweeney pleaded guilty to leading a large and sophisticated cocaine trafficking ring and was sentenced to 10 years in prison.
According to CSC, a decision was made to re-evaluate Sweeney’s security classification following "threatening and violent behaviour" in July 2018. Evidence "believed reliable" showed that Sweeney headed an operation trafficking in drugs, including steroids, and ordered the assault of another inmate.

A search of Sweeney’s unit, which he shared with several other inmates, uncovered rolling papers, syringes, a cellphone, debt sheets, pills and steroids. Sweeney alleged a security evaluation "arbitrarily" added four points to his institutional score, automatically placing him in the medium-security classification.
See ----->Manitoba Hells Angels president Dale Jason Sweeney POed

Saturday, June 29, 2019

Chase Kincaid accused of lifting $58K worth of booze from LCBO stores

Police have issued an arrest warrant for 32-year-old Chase Kincaid, who is believed to be responsible for the theft of $58k worth of liquor from LCBO stores.

They say that he selects various types of liquor bottles and them places them in a bag that he carries with him. He then walks out.
Cops say Kincaid has been attending to his career as a professional thief at various LCBO locations throughout Toronto since June 5, 2018.

Friday, June 28, 2019

Wolf Pack gangster Clayton Eheler arrested while on bail

Eheler, 37, had been out on bail awaiting sentencing in September after being convicted last year in a major drug bust. He was arrested this week after federal government officials alerted police to a suspicious application for a Canadian passport allegedly made by Eheler using his cousin’s name. Eheler hasn’t yet been charged in connection with the passport fraud.

He's back in jail and due to appear in Surrey provincial court next week. Eheler’s own passport was turned over as one of his bail conditions.

Clayton Eheler seen with a tiger somewhere in Asia in 2014.
Eheler is well known as a Wolf Pack gangster - a coalition made up of some Hells Angels, some Red Scorpions and some Independent Soldiers. He and several others were charged in 2015 after cops seized eight firearms, prohibited magazines, silencers and more than $200k in cash. Also seized was over $2m worth of drugs, including a large amount of fentanyl. Eheler has a long criminal history and is a former associate of the Bacon brothers.

Surge in cocaine mixed with fentanyl - Crisis

Cops say drug traffickers are looking for ways to make cocaine more attractive, which they need to do because a surplus of coca base in Columbia has resulted in an overabundance of cocaine in the marketplace. Busts are getting bigger. The cocaine seizure in New York in March, the biggest there in 25 years, was dwarfed last week by the seizure of more than $1b worth of cocaine on a cargo ship passing through Philadelphia.

A DEA report from Florida said that "deadly" contaminated cocaine was "widespread" in the state. Fentanyl in cocaine is pushing U.S. overdose rates to record levels.
Fentanyl has topped the list of deadliest drugs in the US for the third year in a row, causing the rate of drug overdose deaths to more than quadruple since 1999.

The biggest risk comes to recreational cocaine users. Their risk is extremely high because they are 'opioid naive' -- they have no tolerance.

Thursday, June 27, 2019

Brazilian president Bolsonaro entourage caught with 39 kgs of cocaine

A Brazilian Air Force officer traveling with President Jair Bolsonaro's G20 contingent was arrested after he was caught with 39 kilograms (86 lbs) of cocaine.

The officer was arrested in Seville, Spain when the back up plane traveling to Osaka made a stop-over. He is currently being held by Spanish authorities without bail.

Wednesday, June 26, 2019

Modesto HA president, 3 others charged in Meth ring

Randy Picchi, 61, president of the Modesto Hells Angels mc and three others face charges in connection with an alleged meth ring that stretched across Northern California. Tina Picchi, 51; Michael Mize, 61; and Michael Pack, 32 have also been charged.

Cops executed search warrants at seven locations in Stanislaus County, including the clubhouse of the Hells Angels in Modesto.

Tuesday, June 25, 2019

Mobster Rocco Morabito breaks out of jail

Rocco Morabito, a mobster belonging to the Calabrian 'Ndrangheta, escaped from Montevideo central prison in Uruguay. Morabito, 53, was awaiting extradition to Italy after being arrested in a Montevideo hotel in 2017. He had been a fugitive from Italian justice for 23 years. In March a court approved his extradition.

Morabito, who has been sentenced in absentia to 30 years in jail in Italy, was in the prison's infirmary with three accomplices. They escaped through a tunnel they dug into the roof of the building, from which they let themselves down on ropes into an adjacent farm.

Phoenix Councilman DiCiccio defends police, insults community

Last Wednesday, DiCiccio whined that the police aren’t happy and said it’s not nice to call them racists before he dropped this gem: “You are anarchists and you are out to destroy the city.”

Phoenix City Councilman Sal DiCiccio must be stupid. Members of the public began shouting back in anger.

Amid community demands for the firing of the officers accused of misconduct and assault, Phoenix Councilman Sal DiCiccio said, "There was no excessive use of force. The stop was lawful."
See ----->Police Gangsters - Christopher Meyer 06254 - Phoenix Police

‘Everything I do is criminal’: Mobster pleads guilty

Servidio discussed ‘making my bones’ at age 19,” the indictment said. The phrase ‘making bones’ signifies a murder.Philadelphia mobster Joseph Servidio pleaded guilty to conspiring to sell drugs after he was captured on an FBI wire bragging openly about his Mafia ways. “I’m a criminal … Everything I do is criminal. I need like $250,000 a year, or two, to break even.” Servidio is a foot soldier for the Philadelphia mob.

“There’s nothing better than making money,” Servidio said to other made members. “I make money every day, illegally.” The recordings were captured between May 2016 and March 2018.

Monday, June 24, 2019

'Mom' Boucher admits to jailhouse stabbing

Hells Angels heavyweight Maurice Boucher admitted that he stabbed a 64-year-old fellow inmate 15 times after attacking him from behind with the help of an accomplice. Boucher acknowledged his role in the serious assault on Ghislain-André Gaudet. He was sentenced to a two-year "symbolic" sentence since the former Hells leader, who turns 66 this week, is serving life for ordering the murders of two correctional officers in 1997. In June 2018, he received another symbolic penalty of ten years for plotting to assassinate mafia boss Raynald Desjardins in 2015.

QuadrigaCX CEO blew multi-millions

They also traveled frequently to resorts, using private jets. The couple had no other income so users of the cryptocurrency exchange financed the couple’s life of luxury.Gerald Cotten was the CEO of Canadian crypto exchange QuadrigaCX. His reported death and subsequent discovery of $190m of missing funds has become a hot topic and massive lawsuit. Cotten transferred user funds to his personal accounts to use them as security for margin trading. He racked massive losses.

The receiver revealed that Cotten and his wife had received “significant transfers of fiat” from Quadriga. Cotten and his wife acquired – personally or through companies – a huge amount of assets, including real and personal property.
Cotten created multiple accounts on QuadrigaCX with aliases to make fake deposits and trades that resulted in inflated revenue figures and artificial user trades. To date, a total of $31.5m has been recovered.

See ----->QuadrigaCX - Gerald Cotten

Sunday, June 23, 2019

Hells Angels trial in U.K. - 'Bloody Carnage'

The trial of seven HA prospects accused of attacking a rival mc in Blindley Heath continues. The attack at the Forman Institute, where members of the Vikings and Wargs mc were meeting, left six men stabbed and badly beaten in November 2018.
At the start of the trial, prosecutors said the attack was part of a "turf war" and had turned the Wargs clubhouse into a scene of "bloody carnage".

The seven defendants - Przemyslaw Korkus, Kimi Kidd, Bartosz Plesniak, Ladislav Szalay, Tamas Tomacsek, Piotr Zamijewski and David Jacobs - are said to be prospects of either the Hells Angels' Slough chapter or an affiliated club, the Red Devils. Evidence includes bloody gloves with DNA and a photo posted on the internet by one of the prospects. They all deny involvement.
Multiple witnesses saw a group of “10 to 15” people walking along the A22 away from the Forman Club just before 7.30pm.

They looked like “biker types” and one was carrying some sort of stick in his left hand.

Friday, June 21, 2019

Big turn out for André 'Curly' Sauvageau funeral

Hells Angels from across Canada showed up in force at an Urgel Bourgie funeral home to mourn the loss of Sauvageau.
The press described the crowd .. "All were men and white, and most were middle-aged with long beards."

The sight of so many Hells Angels paying tribute to Sauvageau would have been inconceivable during the 1990s while he was a founding member of the Rock Machine. Sauvageau somehow survived despite being a high-priority target for the Hells during Quebec’s biker war. Sauvageau died in prison of natural causes.

Wednesday, June 19, 2019

Son of mobster charged in McDonald's drive-thru hit

Anthony Zottola Sr., 41, was charged along with nine others in the murder of his mob connected father, Sylvester Zottola, in a McDonald's drive-thru in October. The men were also charged in the near-fatal shooting of Anthony's brother and Sylvester's son, Salvatore Zottola, in July. Anthony and Sylvester Zottola are linked to the Bonanno family.

Anthony Zottola allegedly hired Bushawn Shelton, 35, a member of the Bloods, to carry out the murders. Shelton then recruited other gang members. They made several attempts to kill Sylvester and Salvatore Zottola.

Bushawn 'Shelz' Shelton, 35
If convicted, all of the men face a mandatory punishment of life.Anthony Zottola and Shelton are charged with a murder-for-hire, unlawful use of a firearm, and causing death with a firearm.
See ----->Bronx Drive-thru mob hit was "like in the movies"
See ----->Shooting of Mafia associate's son caught on camera

HA Quebec Money man Richard Felx nailed with 15 new charges

richardfelx@hotmail.caA former notary caught laundering dirty money from Quebec's Hells Angels in tax havens faces 15 new charges. Richard Felx was nailed at the courthouse by the Sûreté du Québec yesterday. He was appearing for another fraud involving vehicle leases exceeding $500k. In July 2016 the 61-year-old recidivist was sentenced to 72 months for gangsterism, conspiracy and money laundering as a result of Operation Diligence, the infiltration of bikers into the construction industry. He spent only a month in jail and is appealing.
In late 2017, Felx was also sentenced to 40 additional months in jail and a $ 633,000 fine on another fraud. He stole $ 1.2m from 55 small investors. Yet again Felx is appealing.

Tuesday, June 18, 2019

15,000 kg cocaine seized in 2nd largest U.S. bust

U.S. authorities have seized 33,000 pounds, or 15,000 kg, of cocaine from a ship at Philadelphia's port. It is being described as one of the largest drug busts in American history. The massive haul could be worth more than $1 billion on the street. DEA agents found the cocaine on MSC Gayane at the Packer Marine Terminal. Two members of the crew face charges.

The bust is the second largest in US history. A 1989 bust in downtown LA netted almost 43,000 pounds (19,504 kg) of the drug.

HA Serge Lebrasseur arrested for threats and intimidation

Full patch Serge Lebrasseur figures HA are above listening to security guards directing traffic at a ferry terminal. A black SUV with two individuals aboard refused to obey the security guard's instructions. Serge Lebrasseur was wearing his colours when he left the vehicle to verbally attack and intimidate the security guard.

The two were witnessed by staff at the ferry terminal and refused service. They then turned around and intimidated the guard again.
Lebrasseur has a long criminal record, including possession of weapons and possession of property obtained by crime.
Lebrasseur is a former member of the Rowdy Crew, a puppet club of the Hells Angels in the 90s. He became a member in good standing of the Hells Angels of Montreal in December 1998. He then was transferred to the Trois-Rivières chapter in 2004.

Monday, June 17, 2019

Meet 'Justice' Kenneth Martin

Kenneth MartinLets put them together for Oz 'Justice' Kenneth Martin. He appears to me to be a paid off shill of securities criminals. What would make me say such a thing? This dope is behind the 2nd largest defamation award in Australia history, and the punchline is the plaintiffs have been exposed in a massive bullion scam ... the precise thing the defendant exposed and was sued over.

The bullion scam was rigged by plaintiff Anton 'no balls' Billis, a (sort of) man with an entire lifetime of securities fraud.

Anton 'no balls' Billis
The companies involved in the fraud were Tribune Resources and Rand Mining. Most recently the Oz regulator exposed the entire decades long scheme and is in the process of unwinding it.

This 'Justice' is apparently a drooling, oblivious idiot as he has now shuttered the unrepresented defendant completely. He did this as the proven crooked scumbags are pressing for the defendant's incarceration. What manner of grossly flawed justice is being meting out by this 'man'?
Shame 'Justice' Kenneth Martin. You are a sickening disgrace to Australia and the concept of natural justice worldwide. I have no evidence this fukkin dope has been bribed. Sadly that's about the only excuse he has.

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Insulin - the latest smuggling drug of choice for Americans

Insulin isn't like other drugs. It's a natural hormone that controls blood sugar levels - too high causes vision loss, confusion, nausea, and organ failure; too low leads to heart irregularities, mood swings, seizures, and loss of consciousness. Our bodies produce insulin naturally. But for Type 1 diabetics, insulin comes in clear glass vials - if they can afford it.

In 1923, the discoverers of insulin sold its patent for $1, hoping the low price would keep insulin available to everyone. Now, retail prices in the US are around the $300 range from the three major brands that control the market. Stories of Americans rationing insulin - and dying for lack of ability to pay for it - have been making headlines.
Lija Greenseid isn't your usual drug smuggler. She's a law-abiding Minnesota mom with a diabetic child. She steered her Mazda5 on a cross-border drug run with scores of others. She was part of a caravan of desperate people who can buy insulin without a prescription for 1/10 the price in Canada.

More than 30 million Americans have diabetes. About 7.5 million, including 1.5 million with Type 1 diabetes, rely on insulin.

Sunday, June 16, 2019

Mexican cartels shaking up the cocaine trade

According to Colombia's anti-narcotics chief, Mexican cartels are taking a new approach to the cocaine trade, shipping coca base out of Colombia and processing it in Mexico. Coca base is far cheaper but just as risky to smuggle. Why the change? Ramirez attributed it to Colombian counter-narcotics efforts. Bogota began to restrict access to precursor chemicals needed to produce cocaine four years ago. Those efforts have slowly succeeded. Precursors are now easier to obtain and cheaper in Mexico.
Cops examine materials found in a drug lab in Sinaloa. Mexico's Pacific coast ports are major entry points for precursors from China, and fighting among criminal groups for control of those ports has increased exponentially. The cartels produce their own meth and fentanyl, and processing cocaine base is less technically difficult. Converting coca base to refined cocaine yields similar amounts, so there's no less bulk if smugglers ship powder cocaine or coca base.

It's reported some Mexican cartels are sourcing cocaine base directly from 'campesinos', or peasant farmers, cutting out Colombian middlemen completely. Shifting processing to Mexico is a way to lower costs and increase profit margins ... the same behavior expected of any business.

Saturday, June 15, 2019

Police Gangsters - Christopher Meyer 06254 - Phoenix Police

Videos have surfaced of Phoenix police pulling guns on a young black family in a parking lot over the alleged shoplifting of a doll from a dollar store by their child. Dravon Ames, 22, his pregnant fiancée Iesha Harper, 24, and their daughters, Island, 4 and 1-year-old London, were held at gunpoint by screaming, fat, white Phoenix cops.

Issuing orders rife with threats and foul language, cops surrounded the family in their car and threatened to kill them. Cops were not wearing their body cameras and did not file any incident reports until the videos emerged. The reports they filed are false.
A cop is seen trying to snatch Harper’s baby out of her arms. He screams at her to put her hands up while she’s holding her baby. Then he screams at her to put her baby down on the pavement. In the video, she emotionally tells the officer that the baby could not walk and the ground was too hot to set her down. In his report, Meyer writes she "refused to put the child down." And said, "she became loud, verbally abusive, and refused our commands."

The incident was summed up with the cop screaming “I’m gonna put a cap right in your fucking head!” Phoenix police refuse to name the officers, but the name of this scumbag is Christopher Meyer.
Police write what has been the story: the couple’s child took a dollar store Barbie-like doll and the family was pursued by multiple cops. The cop's narrative reads that the couple were combative and non-complaint, despite multiple videos all showing the opposite.

A clergyman sums it up ... "They held toddlers and a pregnant woman at gunpoint, grabbed a mother and infant by the neck, dislocated a 1-year-old’s arm, endangered a delicate pregnancy, terrorized and tortured a young father, and nobody was charged or jailed. These officers must be held accountable. We want justice.”
Christopher MeyerHere are the names and badge numbers of the cops at the scene. The second cop in the video pointing his gun and screaming is Nicholas Welch.

Christopher Meyer 06254
Nicholas Welch 09372
Agnes Milbourn 09118
Brian Herricht 09054
Nicholas Welch, Christopher Meyer