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