Monday, May 31, 2021

Heinous Instafamous Model busted

Tammy Hembrow, 26, has been exposed. The Instagram maven uploaded two images that suggest deception.

Not so says Tammy. It's all about 'The power of good posing and good angles.' She does have admissions however. 'The only thing I do is literally whiten my eyes a tiny, tiny bit.' She furiously denies editing her body or bum. Critics have much to ponder.

Punjab cops on the hunt for gangster Jaipal Bhullar

A close aide of gangster Jaipal Bhullar, who is wanted in connection with the killing of two assistant sub-inspectors has been arrested. Two cops were killed at the grain market at Jagraon on May 15. Cops charged Jaipal Singh Bhullar, Baljinder Singh alias Babbu, Jaspreet Singh and Darshan Singh for the murders.

Sunday, May 30, 2021

Darkweb drug kingpin Cody Ward = 14 years

He said he was troubled from childhood by bullying. The drug dealer was linked with $17m worth of cryptocurrency transactions. Cody Ronald Ward, 27, was sentenced to 14 years, a decade of which is in custody. He said he became an online NSW drug kingpin to find purpose in life. Ward pleaded guilty to six charges, each of which carries a maximum sentence of life. Ward operated a dark web drug business from his Callala Bay home for four years. He was busted with MDMA, 2.5 kg of cocaine, meth, 100,000 LSD tabs, Xanax, $80k cash, laptops and money counters.
Inside the Goulburn 'Supermax' prison, Ward says he was threatened by bikies with blades in an extortion attempt after he was dragged off-camera. He has since been diagnosed in custody with 'social anxiety disorder'.

Narco planes in Belize

On May 14, 2021 a business jet carrying cocaine landed in Blue Creek, northern Belize. Dozens swarmed the landing site, scooping the plane's cargo. A believed 2 tonnes of cocaine is in Mexico. The $500k jet was empty and abandoned when cops arrived, 30 minutes later.
The plane joins 3 others seized in Belize. Most recently Belize cops are hunting for the drug laden fuselage of a narco plane that crash landed east of Placencia village.
See -----> Narco plane dumped in Jamaica

Saturday, May 29, 2021

Indian gangsters nailed in brazen heist

A meticulous plan executed in hardly a minute: A gang of six robbers looted Rs 1.33 crore ($200k) from an Axis Bank cash van on the highway about 40km from Patiala in a blink-and-miss 2017 heist. The men extracted a chest in the SUV, abandoned their stolen cars, and escaped — all in under a minute.
Two gangsters of Punjab, including most wanted Jaipal Bhullar, were booked for threatening a key witness in the brazen robbery. In 2018, police brought hardcore gangster Dhilwan, 28, to Patiala for interrogation during which he confessed to his role in the robbery along with Bhullar.

Jaime Osuna

The torture slaying and beheading of a convicted killer at the hands of his cellmate went undetected by guards.
Jaime Osuna used a makeshift knife to decapitate and dissect Luis Romero at Corcoran State Prison in 2017. Osuna is a killer and self-styled satanist with a history of attacking his cellmates. Guards found Osuna wearing a necklace made of Romero’s body parts. A judge has ruled that Osuna is not competent to stand trial for Romero’s death. He now resides in a prison psychiatric program.

Thursday, May 27, 2021

Green Beret smuggled 40kg of cocaine aboard military aircraft = 9 years

His two military-issue bags were discovered with 40 kg (90 lbs) of cocaine on a military aircraft bound for Eglin Air Force Base.
Former US Army Special Forces Master Sgt. Daniel Gould pulled 9 years for trafficking cocaine. He was busted by DEA agents.
The US Army Special Forces, the Green Berets, are a special operations force with five primary missions: unconventional warfare, foreign internal defense, special reconnaissance, direct action, and counter-terrorism.
Peter Debbins became a Green Beret and later applied to the CIA. He was a Russian mole for years. Debbins, 46, was sentenced to more than 15 years in federal prison after admitting he passed secrets to Moscow.

Wednesday, May 26, 2021

Tonne of cocaine worth £80m found on Sussex beach

Strollers on a beach near Hastings stumbled across large packages concealing a tonne of cocaine.
The packages, all in waterproof bags and attached to life jackets for floatation, had a combined weight of around 960kg. If cut and sold on the streets in the UK it would have had an estimated street value of around £80m. Two separate consignments of packages were found washed up on beaches near Hastings and Newhaven, East Sussex.

Anthony 'the Ant' Spilotro

Anthony John Spilotro, nicknamed 'The Ant', was an American mobster and enforcer for the Chicago Outfit in Las Vegas during the 1970s and 1980s. He managed the Outfit's illegal casino profits with Frank Rosenthal. Spilotro eventually ran afoul of his organized crime bosses who disapproved of his handling of their Las Vegas affairs. They arranged his murder in 1986.
Spilotro was the leader of the "Hole in the Wall Gang", which he formed in Las Vegas.
Frank Cullotta, a former mobster turned government witness died of COVID-19 this year at 81. Cullotta arrived in Vegas in 1979 after he killed an associate. Cullotta joined the Hole in the Wall gang, which gained entry by drilling through walls and ceilings.

While in prison, Cullotta agreed to testify against Spilotro, who was indicted for conspiracy and obstruction of justice.
In 1981, Cullotta 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, but served eight years in prison before being paroled into witness protection when Spilotro was acquitted in 1984.
Spilotro and his brother Michael disappeared June 14, 1986. On June 22, their bodies were found, one on top of the other and clad only in undershorts, buried under 5 feet of wet dirt in a muddy grave. At the time of his death the FBI suspected Spilotro was responsible for at least 22 murders.
Chicago mob capo Joey “The Clown” Lombardo died in prison at age 90 last year. He was serving a life sentence after being convicted in the Operation Family Secrets trial in 2007. Operation Family Secrets took down mob boss James Marcello and decimated The Outfit. The prosecution’s star witness was Nicholas Calabrese, a hit man who took the stand against his brother to spell out the crimes, one by one. The jury heard explicit details on 18 unsolved killings, including the beating death and burial of Tony 'The Ant' Spilotro.

Eighty-One Powerdrink

Eighty-One Powerdrink, is, according to the Eighty-One Canada Inc. website, sold in 110 stores in Quebec.
HA from the South chapter met André Badat of Eighty-One Canada inc. to impose a 4% tax on each can sold.
Peter Heeb, also known as Pit Heeb, is boss of the Hells Angels chapter in Riverside, Switzerland. Heeb identifies himself as the owner and founder of Eighty-One Powerdrink.