Thursday, September 2, 2021

Fentanyl dealer Leslie John McCulloch wins parole

Fentanyl dealer Leslie McCulloch, 43, has been granted parole after only 2 years into his sentence. His sentence was eight years, one month and 28 days for drug production, possession and trafficking in July of 2019.
West Kelowna drug trafficker Leslie John McCulloch remained behind bars after his second tearful request for early parole was denied. In it's decision, the Parole Board fukked McCulloch up real good. The asthmatic is actually safer from COVID-19 inside Abbotsford's Matsqui Institution, as there are no known active cases of the virus at the prison.
Leslie John McCulloch will remain in jail where he belongs, in spite of his many large fears of COVID-19. McCulloch was busted making acetylfentanyl pills. Acetylfentanyl is an analogue of fentanyl. McCulloch was on parole for cocaine trafficking when he was arrested in 2016.

The Parole Board labelled McCulloch a “middleman who transported drugs for the Hells Angels” in 2013. The fate of his girlfriend, Rebekka Rae White is unknown. McCulloch ran away from a plea deal for her role in the operation.
One year into an eight-year sentence for drugs, Leslie John McCulloch has accused Canada's attorney general of acting too slowly to hear his application for 'exceptional parole'. McCulloch was sentenced in January 2019 after skipping bail on charges of running a fentanyl drug lab ... while he was on parole for peddling cocaine. McCulloch has long standing ties with the HA in Kelowna.
He taunted cops while on the run.
See ----->“If I don't want to be found, I won't be found" - fentanyl dealer Leslie McCulloch
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