Tuesday, June 30, 2020

Mob Boss Daniel Kinahan steps away from boxing promoter

Daniel Kinahan - who helped broker the Tyson Fury vs Anthony Joshua fight - has stepped away from promoting boxing after senior Irish government officials contacted the United Arab Emirates. Although never convicted of an offense, the promoter has been identified by an Irish court as a senior figure in organized crime on a global scale.

It is common knowledge that he and his father, who live in Dubai, are behind an international drug network worth billions. Comments were not kind ... “very senior figure in organised crime on a global scale has rebranded himself as a boxing promoter in the Middle East" "parasitical criminal activities of this individual”
10 days ago Tyson Fury effused about Kinahan. Two days ago he severed his ties. Kinahan escaped unhurt in 2016 when rival gangsters dressed as police opened fire during a boxing weigh-in at Dublin’s Regency hotel. He jumped out of a window to preserve his life.

Bulgarian PM Borissov appearing the Gangster - Kompromat

Tzvetan TzvetanovBorissov responded to recent photos ... “I have a handgun and I don’t part with it. From today, I will sleep with the gun,” The PM said that the money was brought in for the photos, or the images were doctored. Borissov did not dispute the veracity of the photo of him sleeping, but he said everything else was a set-up staged by his political opponents. “The KGB textbooks say that when you create compromising material (kompromat), it must be such that it inspires disgust ... All that was missing was a little boy next to me.” Borissov said. 'Kompromat' is a Russian term meaning “compromising material,” collected for the purpose of blackmail.
Asked who was behind the kompromats, Borissov had answers. He named his former number two, Tzvetan Tzvetanov, the country’s president, Rumen Radev, the opposition Bulgarian Socialist Party, and the leaders of two new political parties.
Boyko Borissov’s third term as Bulgaria’s prime minister has been marked by constant scandals, but none compare to the latest - photos showing Borissov with large stacks of cash and a Glock 9mm. Media received anonymous photographs of Borissov sleeping in his bedroom next to a handgun and a drawer full of €500 bills and gold.
Borissov confirmed their authenticity. Borissov has built his image of an all powerful strongman who controls everyone in the country.
The attack on Borissov might have come from fugitive gambling mogul Vassil Bozhkov, dubbed Cherepa (The Skull). Hiding in the UAE after being charged on 18 counts in Bulgaria, he previously initiated an attack against Borissov, claiming he had blackmailed him.

Monday, June 29, 2020

Colombian traffickers squeezing more cocaine out of fewer plants

A 9% drop of 15,000 hectares of coca crops in Colombia made no difference in reducing cocaine production in 2019, instead it increased compared with the previous year. Production of cocaine increased 1.5%, to 1,136 metric tons in 2019.

Coca crops have been concentrated in territories favorable to the "complete production cycle." Enormous laboratories requiring infrastructure and huge manpower are on the way out. Strategic location and technical ability are what matters most to the Colombia trafficker now.

White Power HA bikers make waves in Stillwater

The 'Aryan Cowboy' MC, along with Hells Angels, made waves with their racism towards a Muslim mother. Stillwater police escorted her and her daughter to their car and watched them safely drive away. Mayor Ted Kozlowski said the bikers were not from Stillwater and don't represent the town.

Sunday, June 28, 2020

Wise guy Frank Giovinco going away for 48 months

Genovese soldier Frank Giovinco, 52, was convicted in December. He was sentenced to four years in prison for extortion and racketeering conspiracies. He “instilled fear in victims and perpetrated kickback schemes to tighten the Family’s stranglehold over two labor unions."

Giovinco first came onto the scene in the 1990’s when the family inserted him into a scheme to control the waste carting industry in New York City. He rose through the ranks as an enforcer, working mainly with Brooklyn labor unions.
Giovinco and others committed “a wide range of crimes, including multiple acts of extortion, honest services fraud, and bribery.” Giovinco extorted for a cut of commissions made on union investments. Audio recordings captured Giovinco planning to “rattle the cage” of a victim, and to have the other’s “feet held to the fire.”

The call was recorded by Vincent Fyfe, a union official-turned mob informant. Fyfe got the union job through his grandfather, mob boss Vincent Gigante.
Giovinco also extorted 'tribute' payments.

Friday, June 26, 2020

Hells Angels Nanaimo clubhouse getting a facelift

The forlorn clubhouse has sat empty since 2007, when police raided it. It was seized along with two others in the province under B.C.’s then new Civil Forfeiture Act. Within 48 hours of the judge's decision the 'death head' was back on the refreshed building.

Revell deportation delayed due to Covid-19

Former Kelowna Hells Angels associate David Roger Revell, 56, has had his deportation order halted the day before he was to leave Canada. This time it's due to the COVID-19 pandemic.

He is a U.K. citizen but has been in Canada since the age of 10. Revell's 2016 deportation order is all about 'serious and organized criminality.'
Revell argued that the U.K. has been hit hard by the virus, and he would be forced to quarantine for 14 days upon his arrival, or face a £1k fine. He said he is destitute and without funds.
See ----->HA connected drug dealer David Roger Revell to be deported

Richard Eduardo Riquelme Vega - the Rich One

There's more trouble in paradise for Richard Eduardo Riquelme Vega. 'El Rico' (the Rich One) Evidence against him comes from Blackberry phones found on Kinahan associate Naoufal ‘Belly’ Fassih in April 2016. One message saw El Rico email Fassih in Dublin about “500 kilos” they planned to deliver to “that snake”, a reference to another Dutch criminal.The torso of 23-year-old Moroccan Nabil Amzieb was discovered in a burning car.
Vega was arrested in a Santiago hotel in 2017 after ariving from Dubai. He’s wanted in Holland, where a brutal turf war culminated with a severed head being found on an Amsterdam street.
El Rico is believed to be on the top rung of the gang responsible for the beheading and is the right-hand man of Naoufal Fassih, who was arrested in Dublin in a Kinahan safe house. At least 16 people have died in the Netherlands, Belgium and Spain in related underworld killings since March 2012, when a Dutch gang known as the Turtles stole cocaine worth £14m, part of a larger shipment – much of it destined for the British market. Known as "the most dangerous Chilean in the world", El Rico and his Moroccan associates in the Netherlands have forged tight links with the Kinahan mob. The Dublin-based Kinahans are key players in the trade.
Crime boss Christy Kinahan
The arrest of El Rico was another major blow to the Kinahans. Over 18 months, police seized €4m in cash, €55m in drugs and 40 firearms.

With the chain of the distribution broken, organized crime groups will need to reorganize as they look for new supply. Police fear the potential chaos of a drug feud. Prices of cocaine soared for dealers and users. Drug barons in Glasgow can currently buy 98 percent pure cocaine for up to £42,000 a kilo. It is heavily cut and by the time it’s sold for £35 to £55 a gram on the streets, its purity can be less than 10%.
See ----->http://gangstersoutt.blogspot.ca/2017/10/daniel-kinahan-bugging-1600-phones-of.html
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Wednesday, June 24, 2020

RCMP tackles, beats, first nation chief for no reason - Update II

The crown has quietly dropped charges of resisting arrest and assaulting a peace officer against Chief Allan Adam of the Athabasca Chipewyan First Nation. Many demanded answers after the video was released. None have been forthcoming.
RCMP Commissioner Brenda Lucki was repeatedly pressed by politicos for answers over systemic racism in the RCMP — and she struggled mightily, at one point going on at length about the disparity in officers' heights. The country's top cop apparently doesn't know the difference between discrimination and racism.

After failing miserably to address the question, she handed it off to one of her staff. The grotesque problems in the RCMP start at the top.

The episode was about an expired license plate tag. Adam was charged with resisting arrest and assaulting a police officer. The footage was hidden by asshole cops even as they said that officers had acted reasonably. Prime Minister Justin Trudeau says he has "serious questions" about what happened.
The Athabasca Chipewyan First Nation says the RCMP dash-camera video was released to get criminal charges against Chief Allan Adam stayed. The conflict starts at the 7 minute mark.

Tuesday, June 23, 2020

Rock Hill Nomads in chit again

Robert Lynn HannahSix HA in York County SC have been charged for a planned attack on the Outlaws MC. Three bikers are from the Rock Hill chapter and three are from other parts of South Carolina. President Robert Lynn Hannah, 49, was arrested along with Michael Dennis Kidd, 42, and Thomas Martinsen, 41.

Motivation is said to be turf. The men tried to enter the Bear’s Den Bar to start a fight with Outlaws.
Michael Dennis Kidd
Thomas MartinsenAfter seeing too many Outlaws, the men instead attacked a single Outlaw as he entered the parking lot. Lawrence Zealy
In 2013, 20 Rock Hill members were nailed. That bust resulted in over 100 years of jail time.

Toronto cop Ronald Joseph key player in GTA tow truck wars

Toronto cop Cst Ronald Joseph, 47 has been arrested as part of a criminal group that used stolen encrypted police radios in southern Ontario’s violent tow truck wars. The cop was so entrenched he not only profited by sharing police equipment and information, he also owned a car rental service and two tow trucks.
Tow truck employees from three different towing companies had access to three stolen Toronto police radios, at least one of which was stolen from police by a cop. Ronald Joseph has been with Toronto police for 11 years. He allegedly helped members of the consortium get a genuine police radio, which was then cloned. The cloned version was checked back in with police.

The scheme unraveled last month when cops stopped a tow truck driver and found a genuine Toronto police radio. When officers examined it, they found it was a clone. A few weeks later, police searched several homes and found a second Toronto police radio, reported lost or stolen in 2018.
Eleven were arrested, including seven tow truck drivers. On June 9, three tow truck drivers met at a Costco parking lot. Police were waiting and found a third Toronto police radio and a loaded 9mm. Joseph was first arrested earlier this month and charged with breach of trust and theft. He was arrested again last week and charged with gangsterism. He faces charges of taking secret commissions, attempt fraud, breach of trust, possession of device to intercept private communications, trafficking property obtained by crime, counseling forgery and counseling breach of trust. Joseph is suspended, with pay.
See ----->Tow truck industry nailed in GTA, again

Monday, June 22, 2020

Jailed wise guy turns to rat Sammy the Bull

86-year-old Gambino wiseguy Frank 'Frankie Loc' Locascio is doing time for a murder he says he didn’t commit. The former underboss to John Gotti is attempting to overturn his 1990 conviction for the murder of mobster Louis DiBono. He's looking for help from Mafia turncoat Salvatore 'Sammy the Bull' Gravano.

Included in Locascio’s papers is a signed statement from Gravano, in which the rat says that he forgot to tell prosecutors that Locascio wasn't involved with DiBono’s murder. Gotti wanted DiBono dead because he repeatedly failed to show up to meetings with Gotti, according to Gravano.
Gravano says Locascio tried to save DiBono's life with a tribute. Gotti was angered by this and demoted Locascio to 'acting consigliere.' Gravano was bumped to underboss and DiBono's fate was sealed.

DiBono took 4 bullets in the head for his deemed disrespect.

Port Elizabeth gangster pulls life + 31 years

21-year-old Walter Williams is a member of the 'Nice Time Bozzas' (NTB) gang.

He was found guilty on all counts against him including murder and attempted murder. The South African gangster's total prison sentence is life, plus 31 years and six months.
South Africa is second only to Mexico as the most murderous country in the world.