Sunday, August 29, 2021

Hells Angels hit man Dean Kelsie wins parole

A Hells Angels hitman has been granted parole after 18 years. Dean Daniel Kelsie and three other men were found guilty in the October 2000 murder of Sean Simmons.

Sean Simmons, right, and Hells Angels Neil Smith.
Simmons was gunned down in an apartment in Dartmouth on orders from Smith because Simmons had an affair with his wife. Drug dealers Wayne James, gunman Dean Kelsie James and Paul Derry owed money to Neil Smith, who supplied them with drugs. “An opportunity presented itself for that drug debt to be cleared, and that opportunity was the murder of Sean Simmons,” the prosecutor said.
Paul Derry is a career rat. As a paid police informant, he had immunity when he sold drugs and ran guns. He got a pass in 2000 when he was spared charges for his key role in the killing.

Dean Kelsie
Simmons was killed by a single gunshot to the head. Dean Kelsie pulled the trigger. He was convicted in March 2003. Dean Kelsie used Paul Derry’s .32. Derry drove the getaway vehicle and disposed of evidence, including the murder weapon. He went to work for the police, and wore a wire when he visited one of the killers in jail. Derry and his family entered the RCMP’s witness protection in April 2001. He was kicked out in 2011 after he wrote a book about the killing, appeared in a tv documentary and gave interviews.

Saturday, August 28, 2021

Man bites police dog - K9 bit him first

A 32-year-old man is facing charges after allegedly biting a Vancouver cop K9. Cops said a man on the DTES had threatened several people. He fled when police arrived, but cops had a K9 to chase his anus. "The suspect allegedly resisted arrest and bit Police Service Dog Mando, which was assisting in the arrest,” VPD said.

Thursday, August 26, 2021

CSIS hacked

The national spy agency says cops are investigating a cybersecurity breach that resulted in the theft of two files and the compromise of personal information. Very naturally the dopey spies are tight lipped when it comes to their own incompetence.

Victoria A-hole gets high def photo taken

A retard in Victoria is making it easy for cops as he was snapped in mid throw. A business owner snapped the photo after his sign was damaged by the man. Within a few hours VicPD took to social media to let residents know they’d identified a suspect. In another, unrelated matter, a golf club wielding retard is also being sought by Victoria cops.

Monday, August 23, 2021

Kelowna RCMP swinette Lacy Browning charged

Const. Lacy Browning is scheduled to appear in Kelowna Provincial Court on Sept. 14 on an assault charge. During a 'wellness check' Browning dragged a handcuffed woman, face down, on a carpeted hallway before stepping on her head. A civil suit was settled, costing taxpayers plenty. Browning faces multiple other unresolved complaints.
This would be the third civil lawsuit caused by RCMP Lacy Browning. She has been on 'administrative duties' at full pay for an extended period.

Cartel leader Luis ‘Machete’ Santana arrested in the middle of his wedding

Luis ‘Machete’ Santana, 24, is one of the Gulf Clan’s top bosses and oversees operations in Antioquia and Chocó. Santana is responsible for coordinating the Gulf Clan’s assassinations, firearm supply, drug trafficking, and security teams.
Santana was making his way to the altar when cops nailed him.

Sunday, August 22, 2021

Avocado crime soars - 'Green Gold'

Avocado growers in Mexico are guarding against cartels eager to cash in on 'green gold.'
Rising exports make Mexico the world’s largest producer. It's a growing industry, with sales to the US bringing in $2b last year.
The rise in avocado-related crime has turned some growing areas into no-go zones, even for cops.
Mexico produced 1.09m tonnes in 2018-19, up nearly 4% from the 1.05m produced in 2017-18. Exports last season rose 5.4%. A sharp fall in the price of Mexican opium paste has forced cartels to seek new revenues. Michoacán state, which grows avocados, has identified nine cartels operating there. Hijacking truckloads of fruit exploded as did extortion of growers.
Locals say government response to rising cartel threats and violence has been minimal, if not nonexistant.

“It’s cheaper to buy a gun than to pay them a fee."
'Pueblos Unidos' or 'United Towns' was created about a year ago in San José de Chuén, Michoacán, to protect the community and avocado production. The group now has upwards of 5,000 armed members, supported by producers. The group’s strategy seems to be working. They no longer suffer theft, crime, or persecution as the cartels seek greener pastures without resistance elsewhere.

Friday, August 20, 2021

Mob Boss Carmine 'The Snake' Persico an FBI rat

The New York Daily News is reporting that Carmine Persico was a “Top Echelon Informant” for the FBI.
Carmine John Persico Jr. was born in 1933 in Brooklyn. Persico took over the Colombo Family in the early 1970s when it was at the height of its powers. In the summer of 1986, he was convicted of racketeering and murder in a prosecution of mob bosses led by then U.S. Attorney Rudolph Giuliani.
Sentenced to more than a century in prison in 1987, Persico exerted authority over the Colombo family from behind bars for decades. Persico was the last surviving defendant of the mid-‘80s 'Commission' trial, which put three of New York’s five crime family bosses in prison.
Persico died in prison in 2019 at age 85 while serving a 139-year sentence.

Thursday, August 19, 2021

Halifax cops pepper spray 10 year old girl while rousting homeless

Halifax oinkers went hog wild on citizens near a homeless camp in the city. George Fagan’s daughter, Lennita, 10, was pepper sprayed. “You maced my kid, you maced a fucking 10-year-old.” the father screamed before he was pepper sprayed.
“I was scared, I was terrified because I didn’t know what was going on,” Lennita said. At one point, a cop shoved the girl. “That was the scariest day of my life.” Top Halifax cop, Chief Dan Kinsella, dismissed the fact his 'men' removed their name tags and harrassed reporters. He also refused comment on the fact 2 cops reported as "injured" inhaled their own tear gas. 24 were arrested.
The mayor of Halifax, Mike Savage( said he doesn't believe forcing people out of the only home they have by force is harmful. He ordered the violent cop home invasion against his most vulnerable citizens. Savage claims that people in tents had all been offered temporary housing. That is not what the displaced are saying. There are no shelter spaces available in the city.

Stephen 'The Rifleman' Flemmi denied release

Stephen "The Rifleman" Flemmi, 87, is serving life sentences for 10 murders. James "Whitey" Bulger and Flemmi were longtime FBI informants, and ran the Winter Hill Gang for more than 20 years, making millions. The parole board set Flemmi's parole date for the year 2218, saying he still has 2,680 months to serve. Bulger was killed in federal prison in West Virginia in 2018.

Raffaele Imperiale busted

Top Camorra narco Raffaele Imperiale, 46, was arrested in Dubai on August 4.
Imperiali has been on the run since 2016, living a hugely lavish life in the UAE. The DEA exposed a global drug cartel headed by Imperiale, Ridouan Taghi, Daniel Kinahan and Edin Gačanin.
The group was observed by the DEA having meetings in the Burj Al Arab hotel in Dubai, it's base of operations.
In 2016, two Van Gogh paintings stolen in 2002 from an Amsterdam museum were found stashed in a farmhouse on property owned by Imperiale near Naples.
See ----->Daniel Kinahan's cartel under pressure

Holland HA Lysander de Ruijter revisited - Update

Lysander de Ruijter has been plucked from Zaanstad prison and sent to another, unnamed facility.
Lysander de Ruijter is the con in charge at Zaanstad prison. Called the Zaanstad Cartel, the biker's network includes Ridouan Taghi.
Earlier this year members of de Ruijter's Hardliners MC were charged with kidnapping and extortion. The Hells Angels clone club hasn't been banned, yet.
The Netherlands banned the Hells Angels. Now a court has imposed heavier sentences on members of Hells Angels Haarlem.
Things didn't end well in the trial for biker boss Lysander de Ruijter. He was put away in mid-2018 for 14 years. He organized a new club from behind bars.

Lysander de Ruijter
When we left Lysander de Ruijter in 2016 he had been sentenced by a court in Alkmaar to 2.5 years in prison. He was found guilty of illegal firearm possession and assault. The case involved an arsenal of weapons found in Haarlem. The arsenal included a missile launcher, a grenade, a machine gun, a firearm, ammunition and stolen goods. The Explosive Ordnance Disposal team had to be called in to defuse the grenade and rocket launcher. The latest for Lysander de Ruijter and his Haarlem Hells Angels is being accused of participating in a criminal organization. Charges include coercion and extortion, mistreatment, arson, threats, overt violence, firearm possession, drug trafficking, cannabis cultivation and money laundering.

Prosecutors sought a prison sentence of 14 years.
See ----->Haarlem Hells Angels - Hardliners MC
See ----->Holland's Hells Angel Leader sent to prison - Encrypted Network Busted
See ----->Hells Angels linked to Haarlem mayor's car fire

Money 'recyclers' jailed

Victor Vargotskii, 59, was sentenced to 30 months while Eric Bradette, 39, pulled 15 months. They pleaded guilty to trafficking in money obtained by crime. They are mid-level players in Project Collector, an RCMP operation that dismantled a sophisticated money laundering ring in Toronto. The group made cash available to cocaine suppliers in Mexico and Colombia. Often their elaborate global swap schemes never had cash leaving the country.
The recyclers, among other things, faked the production of nine million boxes of chicken wings in order to fabricate false invoices and justify transfers of millions.

The value of the assets seized or restrained is more than $32m.
The judge wasn't impressed that Bradette is related to a former member of the Hells Angels. No connection could be made between the $275k seized and the club. Leaders of the ring, Nader Gramian-Nik, 56 and Mohamad Jaber, 51 have yet to be sentenced.

Tuesday, August 17, 2021

Vittorio Mirarchi revisited - 'future godfather' released from prison (Dec 2017)

Vittorio Mirarchi, a protégé of boss Raynald Desjardins regained his freedom from the prison of Saint-Jerome, where he was jailed for his role in plotting the murder of Salvatore 'the iron worker' Montagna. Mirarchi was arrested on December 20, 2011 at the same time as Desjardins. Their text messages were intercepted by police while they were preparing the crime. The mafioso was sentenced to nine years, five years less than the boss. Cops say the Quebecker with Calabrian origins could be the next godfather.
Part of the $300k in various currencies that police found at Mirarchi's condo.

One of two hidden Mirarchi safes.
Cops think Mirarchi has the potential and the means to take the helm of an Italian mafia. Mirarchi is suspected of being a major cocaine importer, although he has never been charged with that crime. While in jail, the RCMP arrested 58 alleged traffickers - including well-known mafiosi like Liborio Cuntrera and Marco Pizzi. 49 of them were released, largely thanks to a judicial victory by the lawyers paid for by Mirarchi. He wanted to force the Crown to disclose how the RCMP had watched his 16 BlackBerrys. He was proven right. The Crown negotiated guilty pleas on reduced charges. Most of the defendants in project Clemenza were granted a stay.
It remains to be seen if Mirarchi is interested in the throne. If so he needs to be accepted by the Sicilians and able to do business with the remains of the Rizzuto clan and the surging Hells Angels.

See ----->Salvatore 'the iron worker' Montagna killers sentenced

Cartel Tombs - Jardines del Humaya

Even in death, Mexico’s drug lords display their power and wealth. A cemetery on the outskirts of Culiacán, capital of Sinaloa and home of the cartel of the same name, has some of the most elaborate and expensive mausoleums in the world. Bulletproof, they feature gold-plated domes, Italian marble and luxuries like wifi, air conditioning and satellite TV. The tombs at Jardines del Humaya have it all, with some costing more than $600k. They mark the final resting places of ‘narcotraficantes’.
The dead drug traffickers here all had some involvement with the Sinaloa Cartel, widely thought to be the most powerful and far-reaching criminal organization in the world.