Saturday, August 31, 2019

NY Cops seize $10m in Cocaine from inside Bronx fruit truck

Cops moved on a car that pulled out from a garage. After pulling it over, officers found two black suitcases filled with bricks of cocaine. After peeling away the top of a refrigerated shipping container on the back of a tractor trailer at the repair shop, agents found more than 70 kg, with a street value of more than $10m.
The cocaine was found among produce set to go to Hunts Point Market, one of the busiest produce markets in the world.
Miguel Marte-Veras was arrested and faces drug trafficking charges.

'Safety issues' follow Francesco 'Chit' Del Balso

Francesco 'Chit' Del BalsoMontreal mafioso Del Balso, 49, was granted statutory release in January on the 11-year sentence he received in 2008 after he pleaded guilty to gangsterism. He was returned to jail last year after he threatened to put reporter Félix Séguin “in a container." Its thought Del Balso is a target of the same group that has eliminated most of his associates. Del Balso missed his meetings with the Parole Board, but was excused. "Considering the instability in the world of (the Montreal Mafia) and the security concerns for you that were still in place, only one meeting took place ..."
See ----->Francesco Del Balso pleads guilty to threatening reporter
See ----->Montreal mobster Francesco 'chit' Del Balso targets Quebec pizzérias

Thursday, August 29, 2019

Vor Guli’s supporters detained in Ukraine

Members of thief in law Nadir Salifov’s (Guli) clan gathered in Ukraine to celebrate his 47th birthday, but the police interrupted their party.
Highly influential thief in law Nadir Salifov (Guli) is of extreme interest to Russia, which has requested his extradition from Turkey multiple times. The murder in 2016 in Turkey of his main rival, thief in law Rovshan Lankaran, was thought the reason for Guli's detention. However, Turkish authorities released Guli the next day. On October 22, Turkey again detained Guli, and sent him to a jail on the border with Bulgaria. After that, the Russians again sent documents on the extradition to Interpol.
From Turkey, Guli continues to lead an extensive criminal network in Russia and a number of other countries, which he managed for several years before and from prison. He managed to gain control over a number of operations previously controlled by Lenkoransky.
See ----->'Greetings to all!' - Thief in law Nadir Salifov - 'Guli'

Gambia hit men confess to murder — then walk free

Ya Mamie Ceesay, 62, wondered for years how her son died. “Chopped into pieces,” said a former hit man, who told a makeshift courtroom that he was obeying orders from the ex-president.

Ceesay is the mother of Alhaji Mamut Ceesay, who was killed by members of former Gambian president Yahya Jammeh’s hit squad known as the Junglers.

Yahya Jammeh
Authorities let the self-identified killer walk free until a national probe ends next year — a chance at amnesty in exchange for telling the truth. Yahya Jammeh was the dictator who ruled Gambia for 22 years before fleeing to Equatorial Guinea in 2017.

Jammeh has been linked to the deaths of more than 70 people as he has been accused of kidnappings, torture and murder. Investigators will decide next year who gets immunity and who gets punished.

Wednesday, August 28, 2019

Career crooks sue B.C. government

Svendsen is in jail awaiting trial on a vast multitude of charges, including break and enter, assault and escape from lawful custody.Two former foster children are suing the B.C. government over claims their time as wards of the state set them up to be criminals. Bre-Anne Buhler and Kael Svendsen filed matching lawsuits last week in B.C. Supreme Court in Penticton. They both name the Ministry of Children and Family Development and its director of child welfare. "As a result of the director’s failures, the plaintiff suffers from alcohol addiction, criminality and a continuous transient homeless lifestyle,” “The plaintiff has suffered from psychological and emotional trauma ..." Svendsen's lawsuit concludes.
Bre-Anne Buhler is currently serving a 28-month sentence for twice leading police on high speed drug-fuelled chases in stolen vehicles last year. The case made headlines when the judge rejected the 17-month sentence proposed by the Crown and defence for the career drug addict and thief.

See ----->Plea deal for woman with pharmacy up vagina on hold.

Indian Gangster Kaushal sings like a canary

He called his targets via WhatsApp and demanded money. If they refused, Kaushal ordered his henchmen to beat or eliminate them.Kaushal is involved in over 200 criminal cases cross Haryana districts, including murder and extortion. He targeted businessmen, contractors, bookies and jewellers to extort money. Kaushal’s soft targets were businessman, contractors, liquor vendors, bookies and jewellers because these people were in cash businesses and most wouldn’t file a police complaint because they feared Kaushal.
Kaushal's lackeys roamed in the city and collected information about their targets including their contact numbers and provided it to Kaushal. Gangster Kaushal (38) issued a brazen challenge to the police when he was on the run. Once caught, he turned rat.

Tuesday, August 27, 2019

Brazen daylight armed robbery nets $4m

The NYPD is hunting a trio of armed jewelry thieves wanted for a brazen daylight diamond heist. Cops have released footage of the heist at Avianne & Co, a store in Midtown Manhattan’s Diamond District favored by famous rappers including Nicki Minaj, Justin Bieber and Lil Wayne.

The three thieves didn’t bother to cover their faces and are clearly visible on the surveillance footage.

Monday, August 26, 2019

Mexico seizes 25 tons of Fentanyl

The Mexican government announced the major fentanyl seizure of 25.75 tons (23,368 kilograms or 51,517 pounds) of powdered fentanyl that originated in Shanghai China and was headed to Culiacán, Sinaloa, the home base for the Sinaloa Cartel.
The Sinaloa cartel has stepped up production for the U.S. drug market.
Cops found the cargo inside a container of a Danish flagged vessel with a cargo manifest saying contents consisted of calcium chloride. Authorities took a random sampling of the powdered substance which tested positive for fentanyl. Officials seized a total of 931 sacks of the substance.

Powered fentanyl is mass-produced into the black market oxycodone M-30’s known as 'Mexican Oxy.'

B.C. Hells Angels lose first battle in clubhouse fight

The judge rejected claims the biker's rights had been violated in the proceedings to grab properties in Nanaimo, Vancouver and Kelowna. The club was sunk by the information gleaned from 3 big busts “Project Halo,” “Project E-Pandora” and “Project E-Predicate.” Davies said that there was no support for the club’s claims. His decisions on the forfeiture applications as well as on the Angels’ counterclaim are pending. This decision had to be made first.

Cardi B Declares 'I'm a Gangster'

Cardi B - Belcalis AlmanzarA California federal court judge issued a decision over a distinctive tattoo on the back of a man on Cardi B's latest, 'Gangsta Bitch Music Vol. 1'.

Kevin Brophy Jr. says that he has never met Cardi B, yet is troubled by the picture of a man performing cunnilingus on Cardi B because the man sports a similar tattoo. He is suing Cardi B (Belcalis Almanzar) and demanding $5m in damages for how Cardi B allegedly violated his right of publicity and portrayed him in a false light.
Under questioning, Cardi B described her side. "...because I didn’t give a fuck. I cared for me, and it was, like, all about me … I didn’t give a fuck about this tattoo. I didn’t give a fuck about none of that shit."

“I mean I am, I am a gangster. Like, I feel like I am a gangster, like I’m a gangsta. You know? I’m a stand-up girl. You know what I’m saying.” She called the lawsuit nothing more than a waste of her time. “Like, I could really be with my kid right now. Like, I’m really upset because I really have to be with my kid. This is four hours long taking away from my time, my job, my motherhood.”

Sunday, August 25, 2019

$1m in cocaine turns up at Safeway in Washington State

Cocaine valued at more than $1m has been found with shipments of bananas at three Safeway stores in Washington state.

Employees found about 51 pounds of cocaine while unloading bananas on Aug. 18. On the same day, Safeway workers found about 49 pounds of cocaine at the bottom of banana boxes at the Woodinville store. Cocaine was also discovered with bananas at a store in Federal Way. Authorities did not say how much cocaine was discovered there.
The DEA is investigating.

Saturday, August 24, 2019

Former HA Darren Dawson charged in hit and run of 4 year old - Update


Image of suspects on motorcycle involved in the hit-run of Radi Chowdhury on May 26, 2019.
The 4 year old run down and left for dead by Darren Dawson has serious complications. He suffered severe brain damage, a broken elbow, shoulder and legs, yet managed to survive. He recently appeared to be focusing his eyes, but mostly stares and blinks blankly. He developed an infection and was transferred back to the Hospital for Sick Children.
Darren Robert Dawson, 31, was charged with leaving the scene of an accident causing bodily harm.
Cops were slow to name the hit and run biker who ran down a four-year-old boy, leaving him in life-threatening condition. In a Toronto courtroom Darren Dawson was allowed to wear his hoodie pulled over his face. Dawson, 31, is the son of late Hells Angels William “Billy” Dawson. He followed his father into the 1% world of the Hells Angels.
Sometime over the past few years he was stripped of his patches by the club for reasons unknown. It seems likely that a HA caught after running away from an incident like this would similarly lose their colors for showing cowardice and bringing public disrepute to the club.

It appears Darren Dawson isn't anything close to what his old man was.
Darren Dawson would be 'out in bad standing.' Depending on his transgression that could mean anything from being shunned to being under threat of attack.

Confessions Of A Mafia Hitman - Richard 'The Iceman' Kuklinsky

Richard Leonard Kuklinski (April 11, 1935 – March 5, 2006) was an American hitman and serial killer. He was convicted of murdering six people, but confessed to far more. He was associated with the DeCavalcante crime family of Newark, and the Five Families of New York. He was given the nickname 'The Iceman' for his method of freezing a victim to mask the time of death. Fellow mobsters called him 'the one-man army' or 'the devil himself'.

Murder for Kuklinsky became sport he enjoyed immensely.
Kuklinski recalled in an interview:
"By now you know what I liked most was the hunt, the challenge of what the thing was. The killing for me was secondary. I got no rise as such out of it ... for the most part. But the figuring it out, the challenge—the stalking and doing it right—that excited me a lot. The greater the odds against me, the more juice I got out of it."

A renowned forensic psychiatrist said Kuklinski was a bipolar psychopath with paranoid personality disorder.
Kuklinski used guns, knives, explosives, tire irons, fire, poison, asphyxiation, and even beatings "just for the exercise". He favored cyanide, since it killed quickly, wasn't blood-messy and was hard to detect. He fed living human beings to cave rats in Pennsylvania and recorded footage in order to collect torture contracts and for disposal. Upon viewing one of the tapes, Mob Boss Roy DeMeo reportedly could not finish watching and said Kuklinski 'had no soul'. Kuklinski said the rats disposed of a body in about 2 days, including the bones, leaving no trace.
DeMeo would later became one of his victims. Kuklinski was sentenced to life imprisonment in 1988 for 5 murders, with an additional 30 years added on for murdering a mob-corrupted police officer. He died in prison at age 70 on March 5, 2006.
See ----->Part II https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ceERzARTMGs

Friday, August 23, 2019

Comanchero bikie boss Murray booted from Thailand

Outlaw biker gang Comancheros have had their share of misfortunes. The latest is Mick Murray, the Melbourne-based boss of the gang being denied entry into Thailand. Murray is on bail for fraud charges and thought a trip to Phuket then Dubai would be nice. Both countries are well know hot spots for Australian outlaw bikers.

Murray was stuffed when Thai officials sent him back to Melbourne.
Former Victorian Comanchero boss Jay Malkoun called Dubai home after departing Australia in 2013. Thailand was his first stop in 2015, when his Hells Angels flatmate Wayne Schneider was murdered and buried in a shallow grave. He departed swiftly after.

Most recently Malkoun hit a major hurdle when his car was bombed in Athens with him in it. He's been keeping a low profile after surviving his burns.
See ----->Death of Wayne Schneider

John Dillinger

John Dillinger was behind bars in the Lake County jail in Crown Point, Indiana in early 1934. His jailers boasted that their facility was escape-proof. Dillinger whiled away his time carving a piece of wood used as a shelf in his cell. He turned it into a replica of a small handgun, painting it with shoe polish. He bluffed his captors and managed to escape.

Dillinger's gang was responsible for 10 deaths, three jail breaks and more than 20 bank robberies. He became America's Public Enemy No. 1.
To cap off a day of making cops look like fools, he stole Sheriff Lillian Holley's brand new Ford V8 and used it in a crime spree across the Midwest. Two months later, Dillinger supposedly drops a handwritten note to Henry Ford, thanking him for building such a great car. The letter is dated May 16th, 1934 and postmarked from Detroit. The text is flowery and highly complimentary of Ford. It was likely a fake.
As with many celebrity deaths, rumors persist that the man killed that night was actually a double. There is no doubt Dillinger was killed outside Chicago's Biograph Theater.

The bullet that killed him entered the back of his neck and exited under his right eye. Two of Dillinger's descendants claim that they doubt it's really his body that's buried.
It's widely seen as another publicity stunt, this time for reality TV.