Monday, August 31, 2020

Rabih (Robby) Alkhalil pulls 8 years

Rabih Alkhalil was convicted of conspiracy to import cocaine, conspiracy to traffic in cocaine and trafficking in cocaine on Aug. 21. The man who assumed control over much of the cocaine trafficking in Quebec when the HA and the Montreal Mafia were decimated bought eight years. Alkhalil, 33, was left with a prison term of five years and 10 months, but he is already serving a life sentence for the first-degree murder of Johnnie Raposo.

Alkhalil also engineered the execution of rival gangster Sandip Duhre in Jan 2012. Duhre was shot 4 times in the face by Dean Wiwchar, the same man who killed Raposo. Alkhalil ran his Montreal operation with the help of high profile HA Larry Amero.
Alkhalil was among the six leaders of the consortium as was Shane Kenneth (Wheels) Maloney, 42, a leader in Montreal’s West End Gang. On June 29, Mihale Leventis, 44, another of the six saw four similar charges in Project Loquace stayed after a judge ruled it took too long to prosecute him.
See ----->Trial of Rabih 'Robby' Alkhalil
See ----->Rizzuto associate Paolo Caputo whacked
See ----->The Alkhalil Brothers

Rayful Edmond III

Rayful Edmond III is a former drug trafficker in Washington in the 1980s. Edmond is credited with introducing crack into the area. The Washington D.C. area became the murder capital of the US. Edmond moved huge amounts of cocaine. It was said that his crew bought between 1,000 and 2,000 kg per week in 1992 from the Trujillo-Blanco brothers. In a single year, Edmond's organization, which employed 150 people, committed 30 murders.

Edmond was arrested on April 15, 1989 at the age of 24 and sentenced to life without parole. He continued his operation from jail and was busted again in 1996.
John Thompson recently died, age 78.Edmond was a fan of the Georgetown Hoyas, frequently sitting courtside. At the height of his empire, he became friendly with Hoyas players. When basketball coach John Thompson found out he met with Edmond. Thompson's parting words to Edmond were that Edmond would face serious consequences if he did not stay away from his players.
It's believed that Thompson is the only person to ever stand up to the ruthless Edmond without retribution. The late coach was respected by the gangster.

Rayful Edmond III is now in the witness protection program at an undisclosed prison. He has provided information on over 20 murders.

Sunday, August 30, 2020

Mafia and bikers using GTA street gangs as ‘disposable army’

GTA mafia and bikers used to get their hands dirty. Today those groups are more likely to recruit younger, lesser-known criminals to do their dirty work. Cops say bikers use a “multi-layered approach to distance themselves from law enforcement,” including using street gangs for difficult jobs. Roughly 150 such groups exist in the GTA, with names like the Shower Posse, Afghan Fighting Generation and Dixon City Bloods.

Things were different in the 70s through 90s, when the bikers were often the ones recruited.
Biker Cecil Kirby was recruited by local mobsters to beat, bomb and kill before becoming an informant.

Biker Salvatore (Sam) Calautti was a suspect in at least five unsolved gangland hits, including the slaying of Nicolo (Uncle Nick) Rizzuto Sr., father of boss Vito Rizzuto. “He was very good at what he did” say cops. Calautti was shot dead in his BMW X6 in July 2013.

Dixon Road Bloods
Underworld enforcer Normand Brisebois said in an interview that ambitious street gangsters often think they’re moving ahead when they’re hired to do enforcement work. They are anonymous and unknown, and that is their biggest asset. If they need to be eliminated, nobody will care.

Even if a gang member gets caught and decides to co-operate with authorities, they’re likely to know very little about the crime or those responsible.

John Alite - 'I Was A Hitman For The Mafia'

John Edward Alite is a former Gambino crime family associate, and later informant against the family and John A. Gotti. Alite is an admitted murderer, armed robber, and drug dealer. Alite later became a youth motivational speaker.

Friday, August 28, 2020

'Birdy' had a pharmacy up his ass

When drug cops arrested a New York City man for drug dealing, they found a veritable pharmacy hidden on his person — or more accurately, in his person. Travis 'Birdy' Thurston Parker, 38, had an ounce of crack cocaine, an ounce of powdered cocaine and 10 Tramadol pills hidden up his ass. Parker also had $1,100 on him when he was arrested, presumably in his pockets. Cops did a 5 month probe before arresting him.

Cocaine importers guilty as chit


Matthew Ross Lambert
Two B.C. men have been convicted on drug conspiracy charges after the seizure of 157kg of cocaine from a container ship in Halifax in June 2018. Matthew Ross Lambert, 36, and Darcy Peter Bailey, 48, were convicted and will be sentenced this fall. The Arica docked at the Halterm Container Terminal on the morning of June 9, 2018, after sailing from Montreal. The ship’s last port call before Montreal was Antwerp, Belgium. A video inspection of the Arica’s hull by a remotely operated vehicle revealed an anomaly in the sea chest, a grated chamber on the bottom of the vessel which draws sea water for cooling. Divers recovered the cocaine.

Tuesday, August 25, 2020

Infamous 'thief in law' Nadir Salifov whacked

Nadir Salifov, 47, 'Lotu Guli', was shot 4 times at point blank range in a restaurant in Serik, Antalya.
The killer fled the scene but was arrested on the road heading to the city of Denizli. Khan Akhmedlinsky, a member of Lotu Guli's inner circle, has been charged in his murder.

The tentacles of Salifov's operation spread far and wide, with authorities in Ukraine, Russia and Georgia all seeking his arrest. An arrest warrant was issued for him over his involvement in the killing of high profile Russian-Azerbaijani mafia boss Rovshan Caniyev in Istanbul in August 2016.
See ----->Vor Guli’s supporters detained in Ukraine.

Monday, August 24, 2020

Jamaica St Ann's police kill another Most Wanted - Orlando Chambers

One of Jamaica’s most notorious gangsters, Orlando Chambers, 34, of St Ann was shot dead during a confrontation with police in Kingston. Chambers was the leader of the Teacher Gang and was implicated in two double murders and a large number of other crimes.

Residents of Parry Town are said to be relieved at his demise. A senior cop issued a stern warning to others. 'If they confront the police when the police go to apprehend them, that is going to be their fate. If they surrender, they have a chance to come and tell their story.”
See ----->Jamaica most wanted not a great place to be - 'Prekeh Boy’
See ----->Jamaican Drug kingpin Norris ‘Deedo’ Nembhard to forfeit $200m in assets

Las Vegas mobster Frank Cullotta dead

Frank Cullotta, a former mobster turned government witness who had a cameo role in the 1995 movie "Casino" has died of Covid-19. He was 81. Cullotta arrived in Las Vegas from Chicago in 1979 after he killed an associate thought to be a rat.
A year later while in prison, Cullotta agreed to testify against Spilotro, who was indicted for conspiracy and obstruction of justice.Cullotta formed the Hole in the Wall gang under Anthony 'Tony the Ant' Spilotro. The gang gained entry by drilling through exterior walls and ceilings. In July 1981, Cullotto and five others were busted after a robbery and charged with burglary, conspiracy to commit burglary, attempted grand larceny and possession of burglary tools.
Cullotta was given immunity for his uncharged crimes, but served eight years in prison before being paroled into witness protection when Spilotro was acquitted in 1984. Spilotro was whacked in a mob hit in 1986 along with his brother.

Sunday, August 23, 2020

Red Devils colors a business card

Mario Blais, a member of the main HA puppet club the Red Devils, and Frank Bernier, were charged in May with extortion.

The story began when the complainant won a September court case in Superior Court against a numbered company in Quebec for non-payment of debts of $6.5m. The court ordered a building sold and the proceeds paid to the creditor.
In March, on the pretext of having an interest in the building, Frank Bernier obtained an appointment. Suspicious, the complainant installed a camera in his conference room before the meeting. Frank Bernier and Mario Blais introduced themselves. Blais sees the camera and shows it to Bernier. He places a handkerchief to obstruct the lens, but the camera continues to record their voices. Bernier then made an 'offer' of settlement of $3m.

"Do you not feel hot? Bernier asks after being refused. He then asks Blais to take off his coat. Blais does so to show off his Red Devils jacket. “That’s his business card,” says Bernier. "You don't take the offer?" Blais asks. "No" comes the answer. "You are not afraid, my friend?" Bernier asks.
The next day, the businessman lodged a complaint. Blais is a member of the South Side Red Devils. He was once a member of the Dark Souls.

Saturday, August 22, 2020

Jalisco cartel using drones armed with C-4 explosives

The Jalisco New Generation Cartel (CJNG) is using drones armed with C4 explosives to attack its enemies.
A citizens' militia group in Tepalcatepec, Michoacán, reports finding two drones inside an armored car that cartel hitmen had abandoned after an attempted raid on July 25. The C4 was packed with ball bearings in Tupperware-like containers that were equipped with a remote detonation system and duct-taped to the drones.

In April, the cartel used small planes to drop explosives on Tepalcatepec, but increased aerial surveillance in the region caused the CJNG to opt for drones, which cannot be detected on radar. Thus far the drones haven't been effective.

Yaba

Yaba (Thai: ยาบ้า, Lao: ຢາບ້າ, literally 'mad drug' or 'crazy pill'), are tablets containing a mixture of methamphetamine (25-35mg) and caffeine (45-65mg). The use of this drug combination is widespread, particularly in South and Southeast Asia.
In the Philippines and Indonesia it is shabú. In China it is ma-goo or ma-guo. Yaba tablets are typically consumed orally, but can be smoked or injected.  Increase in the use of methamphetamine, globally, has outpaced that of any other drug.
Yaba is cheap due to it's excess supply and extremely addictive. Within a few days of consistent use, an individual can become hooked. Rapid heart rate, increased blood pressure and damage to blood vessels in the brain (which can cause a stroke) are synonymous with yaba use. Yaba abuse and addiction cause serious mental issues. A person often displays extreme paranoia and confusion. Anxiety, aggression and violence are common. Yaba withdrawal is extremely unpleasant and lasts for several days.

Friday, August 21, 2020

UK cocaine mule Chaudhry going away for 7.5 years


Video footage of the moment more than £5m of cocaine was found.
Nabil Chaudhry, 31, pulled 90 months.

Gone in 30 seconds

Burnaby RCMP shared video of a professional thief, likely driving a stolen Audi.

Cops are on the hunt for the sawed off chitbag and remind people to NEVER leave anything of value in plain sight in their vehicles. This includes spare change, which is motivation enough for these types.

Mexican Mafia moll staying in jail

A 6 1/2-year prison sentence for the one-time girlfriend of former Orange County Mexican Mafia chief Peter Ojeda will stand. Suzie Rodriguez, 57, was convicted along with Ojeda of racketeering and criminal conspiracy to commit murder and assault with serious bodily injury.

Prosecutors described Rodriguez as Ojeda’s “eyes and ears” in Orange County. Ojeda pulled 15 years and died in prison.
Ojeda was embroiled in a struggle for control of Orange County with Armando Moreno, a former ally turned rival. The battle led to a wave of violence in Orange County jails. Ojeda ultimately won after gaining the support of high-ranking Mexican Mafia members from Los Angeles.

Letters in support of Rodriguez described her as a community volunteer with a “big heart.”

See ----->The Mexican Mafia

Thursday, August 20, 2020

Dutch Schultz

Dutch Schultz (Arthur Flegenheimer; August 6, 1902 – October 24, 1935) was a New York City-area Jewish gangster who made his fortune in organized crime-related activities such as bootlegging, loan sharking and the numbers racket.

Along with other rackets, Schultz began extorting New York restaurant owners and workers. Those gangsters who skimmed the take did not last long. "Dutch Schultz was ugly; he had been drinking and suddenly he had his gun out.
"Schultz wore his pistol under his vest, tucked inside his pants, right against his belly. One jerk at his vest and he had it in his hand. All in the same quick motion he swung it up, stuck it in Jules Martin's mouth and pulled the trigger. It was as simple and undramatic as that—just one quick motion of the hand. Dutch Schultz did that murder just as casually as if he were picking his teeth.”
As Martin contorted on the floor, Schultz apologized to Davis for killing someone in front of him. When Davis later read a newspaper story about Martin's murder, he found out the body was found in a snow bank with a dozen stab wounds to the chest. When Davis asked Schultz about this, the boss dead-panned, "I cut his heart out."

At the time of the Martin killing, Schultz was fighting a federal tax evasion case: U.S. Attorney Thomas Dewey had set his sights on convicting Schultz. Schultz was convicted of the charges, but they were soon overturned.

Dutch Schultz at the N.Y. Courthouse in 1935.
Schultz went before the Mafia Commission and asked permission to kill Dewey. All were against it because the full weight of the law would come down on them.

Schultz was furious at the outcome of the vote; he accused the Commission of trying to steal his rackets and "feed him to the law." After Schultz left in a rage, the Commission decided to kill him. Albert Anastasia sent Jewish mobster Louis Buchalter.

Bonanno family boss Joseph Bonanno thought the idea was "insane."
At 10:15 p.m. on October 23, 1935, Schultz was shot multiple times at the Palace Chophouse at 12 East Park Street in Newark, New Jersey. Doctors performed surgery but were unaware of the extent of damage done to his abdominal organs by a ricocheting bullet.

They were also unaware that the gunmen had intentionally used rust-coated bullets in an attempt to give Schultz a fatal bloodstream infection (septicemia) should he survive the gunshot. Schultz lingered for 22 hours before dying of peritonitis. Two bodyguards and Schultz's accountant were also killed.

Though estimated to be worth over $7m ($140m in 2020 dollars) when he died, no trace of his wealth has ever been found. It is thought Schultz hid his treasure in a buried safe somewhere in the Catskill Mountain range.

The story says he stashed away his fortune somewhere in the heavily forested area of Phoenicia, New York. When Schultz was gunned down in 1935, the location of his wealth died with him.
See ----->Otto "Abbadabba" Berman