Tuesday, September 29, 2020

Slain Omar Sadiq poses with suspected killers

A photo shows murdered Scot gangster Omar Sadiq enjoying a night out with the man suspected of killing him – and the getaway driver. A source said: “Just shows, you can be sitting with your murderer and not even know it. You really can’t trust anyone.” Sadiq was found in a pool of blood on September 15 and died in hospital. Sadiq was a well known gangster with links to some of Scotland’s most notorious criminals.
Omar Sadiq was targeted as he sat in his Audi. Friends of Sadiq have posted a £25,000 reward online alongside a picture of an Asian man they say is the killer.

"Police ain't doing something. Let's get together and do it!"

Monday, September 28, 2020

Cocaine importer Matthew Ross Lambert pulls 16 years

Matthew Ross LambertMatthew Ross Lambert has been sentenced to 14 years in prison for his role in the importation of 157kg of cocaine found hidden on the bottom of a container ship in June 2018.

Lambert also pleaded guilty to a charge of conspiring to rob drug dealers in B.C. and Ontario. Police charged Lambert after intercepting phone calls between him and other men after he got bail on the importation charges. Lambert bought an additional two years in prison for the robbery conspiracy, for an overall sentence of 16 years.
His net time is 12 years and 204 days. Lambert, 36, was found guilty in July. He was sentenced last week.
See ----->150 kilos of cocaine found on ship in Halifax

Sunday, September 27, 2020

Outlaws JoJo Noe tastes freedom

Joseph 'JoJo' Noe rolled out of Fall River Superior Court Friday after posting $50k bail. Members of the Outlaws MC greeted him as he emerged from the courthouse. Noe is accused in the shooting death of Eric Voshell, who was a member of the rival Sidewinders, a farm club of the Hell’s Angels.
Eric VoshellVideo evidence from outside JC’s Cafe in Fall River where the altercation between the rival gangs played out was a chaotic scene.

Noe's lawyer successfully argued that Noe was defending his uncle who was being beaten by members of the Sidewinders.

Friday, September 25, 2020

Michael Graham Cudmore found dead in Mexico - No Angel

Michael Graham Cudmore's career began as a founding member of an aggressive Hamilton street gang. It evolved into close ties with the Hells Angels and the Mafia. He was an early member of a street gang known as the North End Crew. NEC became a training ground for the Hamilton HA. The last time he was placed in prison he beat up three inmates before his intake assessment. Cudmore began that sentence in maximum security and finished it in maximum security.
During one of his many prison stints Cudmore met Daniele Ranieri, a ruthless mob enforcer with ties to the Montreal Rizzutos. Cudmore and Ranieri had much in common and hit it off.
Michael Graham Cudmore is one of three men in the killings of mobster Angelo Musitano and Mila Barberi. He was found dead in Mexico at the end of June. Cops say Cudmore went to Mexico with Daniele Carlo Ranieri, head of the Rizzuto crime family's Toronto operations. Ranieri’s body was found in a ditch in Cancun in March 2018.
Ranieri was bound and executed.
Two others are suspected in the killings of Barberi and Musitano. Jabirl Abdalla was committed to trial after a preliminary hearing. Daniel Tomassetti is still wanted for both murders and his arrest warrant remains on file with Interpol. He fled to Mexico in January 2018 and at last report was said to be still alive.

Thursday, September 24, 2020

Cologne Bandidos boss Aykut Öztuna going to big house for 30 months

Aykut Öztuna, Cologne president of the Bandidos MC was sentenced to two and a half years in prison for illegally carrying a firearm. He was convicted for exchanging gunfire with a rival Hells Angel in January 2019 in downtown Cologne.

North Rhine-Westphalia, the state in which Cologne is located, is a stronghold of the Bandidos.

'Freeway' Rick Ross

'Freeway' Ricky Ross rose to power in the 80s as the most notorious crack cocaine dealer in United States history. At the height of his empire he was making $3m per day. His nickname Freeway came from Ross owning properties along Los Angeles' Interstate 110. He sold tons of cocaine in New York, Ohio, Pennsylvania and elsewhere, and made more than $500m between 1983 and 1984. He was sentenced to life in prison, though the sentence was shortened on appeal.

Ross spent much of his time behind bars studying law. He discovered a legal loophole that would lead to his release in 2009. The appeal found that the three-strikes law had been applied incorrectly and reduced his sentence to 20 years.
Ross was arrested in October 2015 when police discovered $100k in his possession during a traffic stop. Charges were ultimately dropped. Most recently Freeway Rick Ross announced his partnership with a Los Angeles based pot producer. They launched a brand that delivers a "quality, safe, and consistent cannabis experience."

Spaniard sentenced to death in Thailand

Artur Segarra, 38, was convicted of kidnapping and killing David Bernat. A Thai court sentenced him to death for the murder of a fellow Spaniard whose body parts were found in Bangkok's main river.
When he arrived at court he held his hand up to show the words "Luke 23:34" written in ink on his palm. The Bible citation is a reference to Jesus's final words on the cross. Jesus said, "Father, forgive them, for they do not know what they are doing."

While death sentences are still on the statute books in Thailand it is rare for prisoners to be executed. The last execution was in 2009.

Tuesday, September 22, 2020

German HA rally to demand freedom

1,000 members and associates of the Hells Angels from across Germany protested in Berlin last week against the government's ban on displaying the group's colours in public.

Protesters rallied on their motorcycles from Biesdorf in East Berlin towards Berlin's Victory Column. At the Brandenburg Gate HA boss Andre Sommer addressed the protesters, dubbing the ban as a serious attack to their fundamental rights of freedom of their association.
Openness is part of a new hellish strategy for the senior rocker boss. "We have been shuting ourselves off from the public for too long," Sommer says.

According to a law passed by the German Federal Parliament in 2017, the Hells Angels are banned from wearing club colours, nor the 'death head' in public.

Monday, September 21, 2020

Pagans expansion in NJ causing angst

Pagans greatly increased recruitment as a result of boss Keith Conan Richter.At public hearings last year, Pagans leaders repeatedly pleaded the fifth. Then, one surprised the panel.

“All I will say is it is not the policy of this club for anybody to engage in any criminal activity,” said Hugo “Zorro” Nieves, national vice president.
Pagans have traditionally been regarded as a whites only club.At Richter's direction, the Pagans 'patched over' smaller gangs, and allowed prospects to pay cash to join. The club also relaxed rules to permit dark-skinned Latinos and some Asians to join, but no Blacks. This has lead to internal strife.

The Pagans were founded in Maryland in 1959. South Jersey has been its stronghold. The gang counts 300 members in 17 chapters throughout the state. Officials said there has been a 50% increase in chapters in New Jersey over the past three years.

Sunday, September 20, 2020

Outfit's Sarno deathly fear of Covid-19 - rejected for release

In 2008 the Outlaw-Outfit coalition was busted and Sarno landed back in prison for 25 years.
Once high ranking Chicago mobster Mike Sarno claims COVID-19 is threatening his life. A federal judge disagreed and has denied a "compassionate release." In his glory, Sarno was groomed for big things. Even his nickname was changed from 'Fat Boy' to 'Large Guy.' In the early 90s, he went away for racketeering, gambling and extortion. When he got out he developed ties to the Outlaws MC.
Dubbed the 'Double O Alliance,' the Outfit-Outlaw co-op bombed a videogame company. C&S Coin Operated Amusements had been cutting in on the group's illegal video poker racket.

Outlaw clubhouses in metro Chicago were raided, with numerous weapons including a live grenade, police badges, a bulletproof vest and a stun gun being seized. "The Large Guy" ordered the Outlaws to bomb C&S and wiretaps sunk them all.

Sarno's weight is being used against him according to his lawyer. The judge said that being obese doesn't mean Sarno is especially susceptible to coronavirus and shouldn't result in freedom.

Meth prices double at Southern US border

"we were seeing about $1,700 per pound. It’s now increased, we’re pushing about $4,000 per pound of methamphetamine." Meth is flooding across the Mexican border at all-time highs, and cops say the coronavirus pandemic has affected its prevalence and price. In fiscal year 2019, some 68,585 pounds of meth was seized compared to 118,153 pounds so far this year with 2 months to go. As supply chains are restricted cops say prices have increased.

In Mexico authorities seized 19,079 kg of meth, which was listed as a 32% rise. The increase appears to be 50%.
75kg of meth was seized after smugglers tried to float it across the border by roping together packages and sending them through an underground drainage tunnel into Arizona.
Mexico's violence remains at record levels. The homicide rate is around 3,000 murders per month. The Department of State issued travel warnings to many Mexican states, including four bordering Texas.

Friday, September 18, 2020

Cesar Alzuarte-Rodriguez pulls 35 years as meth kingpin

Alzuarte and others were busted with 248 pounds of meth, more than $275k, and 10 firearms.
Cesar Alzuarte-Rodriguez, 43, an illegal felon from Mexico, has been sentenced to serve a federal prison term of 420 months for conspiracy to distribute meth and spearheading a multi-state drug trafficking ring. 23 have bought a collective total sentence of 168 years in prison.

Alzuarte was the head of an organization that imported meth from Mexico through Arizona, Colorado, and California. The organization maintained houses in Oklahoma City where meth was stored for distribution.

Thursday, September 17, 2020

Scumbag cop Alan Strickland's fraud lawsuit against Masai Ujiri

Sheriff’s deputy Alan Strickland has accused Toronto Raptors executive Masai Ujiri of breaking NBA security rules and of taking advantage of “pervasive anti-law enforcement prejudices” and falsely alleging “racial animus” in a new court filing.
Alameda County sheriff's deputy Alan Strickland thought he hit the jackpot when he filed a lawsuit against the general manger of the Toronto Raptors for $75k in general damages, plus punitive damages, lost wages, current and future medical expenses and legal costs. He sued many, including the Toronto Raptors and the NBA. His claim was for $18m.

He claimed he suffered "injury to his head, body, health, strength, nervous system and person, all of which caused and continue to cause great mental, physical, emotional and psychological pain and suffering."
Strickland's lawsuit was dismissed.Alan Strickland said he suffered facial swelling after he was shoved. According to his suit, Strickland suffered a “shock of injury to his nervous system” that he believes “will result in some permanent disability.” He has been on paid medical leave from his $210k position ever since.

In 1995 Strickland was convicted of insurance fraud.
Alameda County sheriff Greg Ahern (gahern@acgov.org) pushed for assault charges to be filed against Ujiri, which were dropped by the district attorney.
Ahern's twitter reveals he follows Trump and Fox News, along with other far right white power zealots.Ahern made international news for his involvement in the Jan. 14 eviction of the Moms4Housing takeover of an abandoned building in Oakland. To evict the two unarmed black families, Ahern sent deputies on a pre-dawn raid decked out in riot gear, armed with automatic rifles and backed by a military-style armored vehicles with a helicopter.
Most recently Ahern is screaming for vastly increased funding for his storm troopers.

Tuesday, September 15, 2020

John Macris execution - Serafim brothers guilty

Yuliyanov J Raychev SerafimJohn Macris, 46, was gunned down while getting into his Smart car outside his home in Glyfada, a suburb of Athens, in Oct 2018. Cops believe the murder was a contract hit.
Yuliyanov J Raychev Serafim, 33, was found guilty and received a total sentence of 18 years. His brother, Milen Raychev, 36, was sentenced to 10 years.
See ----->Oz gangster John Macris execution