Tuesday, June 29, 2021

Another Narco plane abandoned in Belize

Belize cops confirmed that another drug plane landed; this time without a runway to land on. An unidentified aircraft coming from South America had entered Belizean airspace. Around 1:30 the aircraft disappeared off radar, and cops deployed to its location but did not find anything. The abandoned plane was spotted in the Monkey River area.
Cops searched the plane but its cargo had already been removed. The aircraft is intact without visible damage; however, due to its location, authorities will not be able to move it without dismantling it. It cannot be flown out.
See ----->Narco planes in Belize

2 Ottawa cops nailed

RCMP laid charges against two Ottawa cops. Both have been suspended. Const. Haidar El Badry, 29, was charged with breach of trust by a public officer, obstructing justice and causing a person to deal with a forged document. Const. Mohamed Mohamed, 45, was charged with obstructing justice.
Ottawa police asked the Mounties to investigate a breach of trust connected to a drug probe.

Monday, June 28, 2021

HA Gregory Slewidge murdered - Update V

There have been no arrests in the murder of full patch Gregory Slewidge.
Boudreault and Bernatchez in better days. The Hells Angels Nomads in Ottawa made their comeback in 2018 after violent in-fighting in the summer of 2016. For 20 years the Sherbrooke Hells Angels enjoyed huge profits from drug sales in Ottawa and Sudbury. The Nomads expanded into the Outaouais, Abitibi-Témiscamingue and northern Ontario after arrests in 2009 decimated the Quebec HA. Drug revenue dwindled as the Nomads paid no tax. There would be consequences. On April 16, 2016 Ontario Nomads vice-president Phil Boudreault was injured in a shooting in Lachute. He is said to be in a wheelchair. In August Martin Bernatchez, president, was shot three times in Sherbrooke. According to cops it was Ontario Nomads who broke club rules. When this happens the club doesn't hestitate in eliminating the problem.
OPP are investigating the murder of Gregory Slewidge, 39, a member of the Hells Angels in Beckwith Township, Ottawa. Slewidge was found dead in a home at 1864 Scotch Corners Rd. around 10:30 a.m.
See ----->HST = 'Hells Sales Tax'
See ----->Martin Bernatchez shot at campground/trailer park in Granby
See ----->Hells Angels Nomads make return to Ottawa

Eugene "Boobsie" Castelle screwed - tries again

Castelle is a soldier in the Lucchese crime family. He was convicted in 2019 for racketeering conspiracy and running an illegal gambling house. In 2008, he had completed an 88-month sentence for racketeering conspiracy. He was sentenced to 77 months in a federal penitentiary, a three-year supervised release, $100,000 fine and forfeiture of $188,955 in criminal proceeds.
He was freed on appeal, which was eventually dismissed. The career mobster then tried to claim a threat from Covid in jail. That claim has also been dismissed and Boobsie will remain caged. John Pennisi, a family member turned FBI informant, ratted the family out. He recorded a mob initiation ceremony.
Latest for the wise guy is to claim his lawyer screwed him. He now wants to take the plea deal he rejected.

Saturday, June 26, 2021

Raees brothers vanish - Africrypt

Two brothers from South Africa who launched a bitcoin business from their bedroom and amassed $3.6b in investments have vanished, along with the loot. Raees and Ameer Cajee, 21 and 17 have not been heard from since April when the site was shuttered.
The brothers told clients the site was hacked and funds stolen. Africrypt could be the largest bitcoin scam ever.

Friday, June 25, 2021

Wolf Pack gangster Clayton Eheler appeals 8 year dope conviction

Eheler and co-accused Mathew Jordan Thieessen were caught with 9 kg of cocaine in 2014. Both were found guilty of trafficking. Eheler, a former Bacon brothers associate, was looking at 14 years, and a lifetime weapons prohibition. Eheler is out of custody as he was granted bail.
Eheler, 37, is well known as a Wolf Pack gangster - a coalition made up of some Hells Angels, some Red Scorpions and some Independent Soldiers. Eheler has a long criminal history, now exceeding 45 convictions.
Clayton Eheler seen with a tiger somewhere in Asia in 2014.

Thursday, June 24, 2021

Crypto conman drug dealer Aram Sheibani goes away for long time

Conman Aram Sheibani, 40, flaunted his luxurious lifestyle online. He has been jailed for 37 years. He had NZ$10m in properties, $3m in cryptocurrency and a Porsche worth more than $47k. "His greed shows no limits and he has been funding his materialistic lifestyle of luxury with fraud and criminality, masquerading as a legitimate businessman."

Wednesday, June 23, 2021

Drug Lord Robert Dawes appeals, again

Robert Dawes, 48, was sentenced by a French court to 22 years in jail for drug trafficking. He has appealed, again, this time accusing cops of using forged documents.

Known as "The Voice" the international drug baron was behind encrypted phones from a shuttered UK-registered company No1 Business Communication (No1BC).
He was miffed by the methods the anti-drugs task force used to seize 1.3 tonnes of cocaine at Charles de Gaulle Airport. There is no word on the outcome of his April 14 hearing. Robert Dawes was one of Europe’s biggest drug traffickers.
Robert Dawes was arrested two years after the drugs were discovered inside 30 unregistered suitcases, transported on an Air France plane from Caracas to Charles de Gaulle airport. Dawes was arrested at his expansive villa in Spain and deported to France.
The cocaine had a street value of €240m.
From his base in Andalucía, Dawes imported huge quantities of cocaine. Dawes mainly used shipping containers to move drugs, but also leisure boats and commercial flights such as the Air France flight. The discovery of the Air France shipment caused a major stir in Venezuela, where the interior minister admitted the suitcases had gone through security scanners that had clearly shown the presence of drugs. Venezuelan police arrested 25 people, including members of the military and an Air France manager.
Dawes’ criminal empire stretched from Portugal, France and Belgium to Turkey, the United Arab Emirates, Pakistan, Venezuela and Mexico. Dawes met regularly with representatives of South American cartels at hotels in Madrid. He also dealt with ‘Ndrangheta mafia.
His network spanned the globe, enabling him to orchestrate the movements of huge amounts of drugs and money.
The son of criminal, he got his first conviction in 1983, aged 11, and went on to collect 16 more, for robbery, drugs, and assault. Fearing arrest, Dawes fled to Spain in 2001 and built a massive drug empire. He could be free in 12 years, with much of his loot intact.

Tuesday, June 22, 2021

Rapper 9lokkNine facing RICO charges

9lokkNine, real name Jacquavius Smith, was arrested on two RICO charges. His bail is $750k.
Since last year, Smith has been racking up a myriad of charges, ranging from gun possession to attempted murder.

Toronto cops announce largest drug bust ever

20 are facing multple charges after $61m worth of cocaine, crystal meth and pot was seized in Toronto.
“Project Brisa” busted a group of smugglers using trap door compartments in tractor-trailers to move up to 100 kg of drugs at a time from Mexico and California to cities in Ontario.
Trap compartments were extremely difficult to detect and penetrate. X-ray scanning was not able to detect them. 444 kg of cocaine, 157 kg of crystal meth, 427 kg of pot and 300 oxycodone pills were seized. Cops also found $966,000 in cash and seized five tractor-trailers and other vehicles including a Mercedes G-Wagon. Most of those charged reside in Kitchener, Toronto and the GTA. They are facing a combined 182 charges.

Monday, June 21, 2021

Mafia killers go on trial - update II


The first guns found were two automatic 9 mm Cobrays with silencers.
A month before Guy Dion and Marie-Josée Viau were arrested in the killings of two brothers from Montreal, the Sûreté du Québec uncovered a stash of more than 30 firearms and ammunition in a warehouse in Laval. An undercover agent led cops to the storage site. Some 196 boxes of ammunition were seized. At the couple's home, cops found a .22 pistol with hollow point bullets. The pistol was found inside a safe, which also contained Viau’s driver’s licence and medicare card.
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Marie-Josee Viau, Guy Dion. Its said a confession was taped. They complained, among other things, of not being paid. Guy Dion and Marie-Josee Viau aged 45 and 49, are from Saint-Jude, in Montérégie. It was at their home where brothers Giuseppe and Vincenzo Falduto were executed on June 30, 2016. They are accused of murder and conspiracy. For three years the investigation was at a dead-end, until the assassin surrendered to the cops to become an informer. Police introduced an undercover agent.
Jonathan MassariThe gang was led by the late Salvatore Scoppa and his right-hand man, Jonathan Massari. Lorenzo Giordano was shot in broad daylight on March 1, 2016, allegedly by Dominico Scarfo. The gang also killed former acting mafia chief Rocco Sollecito.
Dominico Scarfo
Guy Dion and Marie-Josée Viau. Two gangsters from Montreal were killed by a hitman hired by the Mafia and their bodies incinerated before their ashes scattered in a river, a jury was told. The key witness in the trial is the man who carried out the slayings in 2016 and became an informant. He says the murders were carried out inside the couple’s garage. Vincenzo Falduto and Giuseppe Falduto.

Three men and a woman were charged in the 2016 slayings of brothers Vincenzo Falduto and Giuseppe Falduto, as well as the deaths of Rocco Sollecito and Lorenzo Giordano. The four are Jonathan Massari, Dominico Scarfo, Guy Dion and Marie-Josee Viau.

The investigation into those deaths, dubbed “Premediter” (premeditated), culminated with the arrests. Cops seized 19 long guns, six handguns and three automatic weapons, as well as silencers and ammunition. They also seized a motorcycle used in the killing of Sollecito.
The man at the head of their criminal cell, Salvatore Scoppa, was killed in a brazen shooting at the Sheraton Laval in 2019. His brother Andrew was executed 5 months later.

India’s sand mafia


300 trucks a day take their fill of sand at a mine on the Sone River in Bihar state.
Sand is a lucrative commodity in India. It fuels a black market for the illegal strip-mining of waterways. Profits from India’s construction boom help keep the sand mining frontier lawless. Sand miners have killed those who oppose them. Our modern world is built on sand: concrete, paved roads, ceramics, metallurgy, petroleum fracking, even the glass on smart phones. River sand is best: desert sand is too rounded to serve as industrial binding agents, and marine sand is corrosive.
Sand has become so valuable that it is shipped huge distances. Australia sends sand to Arabia for land reclamation. China is a sand glutton. The world uses 50 billion tonnes of sand every year — more than any other natural resource, except water. India’s sand mafia is well established. It is said the police cut of royalties inflates the price of river sands from 15k rupees ($150) a truckload to between 40k and 80k rupees.
A scarcity of sand, and efforts to regulate sand mining, have spawned illegal trade and black markets. The demand for sand is so intense in some places that gangs have taken over the trade completely.

'Project Skylark' - 8 years for Keith Earle

Four Ottawa-area bikers were charged in 'Project Skylark.' Keith Earle, 32, Jovin Degre-Blais, 35, Joshua Khosrowkhani, 32, and Brandon Tupling, 34. Khosrowkhani is a Nomad. Earle, Tupling and Degre-Blais are full-patch Red Devils. Tupling pleaded guilty to cocaine trafficking, fentanyl trafficking, and procuring, also known as human trafficking. He pulled an eight-year jail sentence. Keith Earle, 33, pleaded guilty in March 24 of 2020. He FINALLY was sentenced to 6 years. After credit for time served he has 4.5 years left.
15 people were charged with 195 offences in the high-level, multi-jurisdiction investigation into a drug trafficking network involving members and associates of OMGs across the Niagara Region, Sudbury and Ottawa area. 'Project Skylark' targeted members of the Hells Angels Nomads, the Red Devils MC and the Hooligans MC. They dealt cocaine, meth and fentanyl.

Seized meth tabs from Project Skylark.
Cops seized 12.5kg of cocaine, 12.2kg of cannabis, 640 grams of shatter, 1400 packages of cannabis edibles, fentanyl patches, 2000 methamphetamine tablets, as well as Hells Angels and Red Devils MC gear. Project Skylark investigators seized 11 firearms and 700 rounds of ammunition, $75k in cash, $30k in jewelry, multiple vehicles including three motorcycles and one residence.