Saturday, August 14, 2021

Kyle Gianis dead - case closed

Kyle Gianis died from “self-inflicted injuries” shortly after being found in medical distress near an Enderby campground. Cops responded when two women were stabbed and a man was acting erratically due to drugs. Gianis was found two hours later seriously injured at the bottom of an embankment near a river. He died at the scene. IIROC, the cop watchdog, has determined that cops had no role in the death.
Kyle Gianis has been shot again, his fourth if anybody keeps count. He and another man were gunned down in Kelowna. The cat-like Gianis has been released from hospital. Cops are warning the public that associating with Gianis is extremely dangerous and that he is a public threat.
Kyle Gianis was the victim of a targeted shooting in a Kelowna parking lot March 29. Its the third attempt on the career gangster's life. It comes days after his drug operation was busted by the cops.
Gianis says he grew up in Surrey and became a criminal at 15.
He was arrested in 2007 in Cancun for drug smuggling and was sent to the U.S. where he was sentenced to 13 years. Gianis was later transferred to a Canadian prison, where he was paroled in 2015. Gianis was shot in 2017 outside of a Langley restaurant. His friend Tyler Pastuck was killed. In 2018, a Surrey nurse was killed in a case of mistaken identity. The intended target was Gianis. Tyler Pastuck

Nobody has been charged in the June 23, 2018 murder of Paul Bennett, who was gunned down in his driveway.
Trafficker David Tull was sentenced to almost 12 years in jail for his role in the 2017 conspiracy to murder Gianis. His former associate in the drug world was marked for death after double-crossing Tull.