Tuesday, November 30, 2021

London minicab driver Hannan Khan a crack dealer

Khan drove his taxi, specially adapted to hide drugs, from London to Dundee.
London minicab driver Hannan Khan, 24, made a 1,000-mile round trip to flood a Scottish city with crack cocaine. He has been jailed for 18 months. He claimed the downturn in work caused by the pandemic lockdown had forced him to turn to dealing crack. He was also linked to a second car found parked in the city. A search of both vehicles recovered rocks of crack cocaine worth over £13,000.

Monday, November 29, 2021

Larry Amero, Dean Wiwchar and Rabih Alkhalil in court

Larry AmeroAccused killer Amero began to faint in B.C. Supreme Court on Nov. 29 as pictures of a gangland shooting in which he was wounded were presented. Photos of blood pooled on the vehicle’s driver’s seat saw Amero have problems breathing. Amero, Dean Michael Wiwchar and Rabih “Robby” Alkhalil face first-degree murder charges for the death of Sandip Duhre. The killing was revenge for the Bacon hit outside Kelowna’s Delta Grand Hotel in August 2011. That shooting was in retaliation for the October 2010 murder of Gurmit Dhak, a leader of the Dhak Group. Sandip Duhre was gunned down at the Sheraton Vancouver Wall Centre.

Sandip Duhre was killed with several shots in the face in the lobby of the Sheraton Wall Centre in Vancouver in 2012.

Dean Wiwchar was paid $120k for the Duhre hit.
See ----->The Alkhalil Brothers
See ----->Rabih (Robby) Alkhalil pulls 8 years
See ----->Trial of Rabih 'Robby' Alkhalil

New car dealer's lots empty - theft way up

A reporter's new Toyota Highlander SUV was in his driveway in Toronto at 3:01 a.m. on Sept. 30. At 3:02 a.m. someone used a device to unlock the door and start the engine. The Toyota stopped at the side of a park at 3:05 a.m. Then all electronic trace of the five-month-old vehicle vanished. The car was driven a short distance and loaded into a cargo container along with a second stolen Toyota, then moved by truck, either to the Brampton Intermodal or the Concord Intermodal. The container arrived at the Port of Halifax, to be loaded onto a container vessel bound for the United Arab Emirates. Customs and insurance investigators seized 30 vehicles, including the Toyota. Among the cars were more Toyota Highlanders and Toyota RAV4s, Ford F150 pickup trucks, Lexus RX 350s, Honda CR-Vs and a few Porsches.
They would sell for two to three times their value, particularly now because the worldwide semi-conductor chip shortage has reduced the availability of vehicles. There’s a huge profit margin and low risk in this business.
It costs about $10k to move a shipping container that can hold two or three vehicles. A container ship waiting in the Halifax port was scheduled to take the shipment to Dubai. Up until a year ago, most stolen cars in Canada leaving from the East Coast were sent to West Africa, then shipped up to Europe. The bottom line is that customs officers can’t check all containers. Modern cars use 1,000 to 2,000 computer chips for everything from the operation of power brakes, power steering, backup cameras and the onboard display screen. With fewer cars available, crews are working in “steal to order” rings. Cops in Ontario have made some arrests.
In October, York cops charged nine men in a project dubbed “Operation Crockpot.” Detectives seized 88 vehicles valued at $5m. They also seized $300k in cash and a quantity of “electronic re-programmers” used to turn a blank key fob into one that would start a car. The cars were all destined for overseas locations. In March, York Regional Police seized cars valued at $4.5m.

Luck assists €9.8m Irish cocaine bust

There was an “element of luck” to the seizure of €9.8m as the criminal who was due to collect the seizure was arrested earlier this week in the Netherlands and no one else arrived to collect the drugs which was at Dublin Port for a number of days. Revenue officers seized 60kg of cocaine, 22kg of heroin, 145kg of cannabis resin, 79kg of cannabis herb and 1kg of ketamine. Detector dog Robbie racked up another one.

Sunday, November 28, 2021

Anton Billis - Bat Boy

From 2010. This would be Mr. Anton Billis with a baseball bat, along with dog Michael James Giovinazzo. These two bums were photographed red-handed doing their 'standover tactics' with Mr. Terence McLernon present in a vehicle. Billis lost his toughness (balls?) when the cops showed up.

Shortly afterwards McLernon's car was firebombed. No one was charged.
Anthony Byron Billis claims McLernon is in contempt of court. Billis has a criminal record, along with an extensive history with Australian securities regulators.

See -----> Anthony Byron Billis - World's Largest Bullion Scam - 'No Balls'

Saturday, November 27, 2021

Roy Demeo

Mobster Roy Demeo oversaw a bloodthirsty crew of killers that was suspected in as many as 200 gangland murders from the 1970s to the early 1980s. Besides bringing in money for the Gambinos, the Demeo Crew also proved adept at murder — and not getting caught. They called it the “Gemini Method” of getting rid of bodies. Unlucky mobsters who “do the Houdini” simply vanished. The death house was an apartment over a joint called the Gemini Lounge in Canarsie, Brooklyn. When the doomed arrived at the upstairs apartment — called the Horror Hotel — they were greeted by crew member Joseph “Dracula” Guglielmo.
Dominick Montiglio testified in court: “Somebody would wrap a towel around to stop the blood and somebody would stab him in the heart to stop the blood from pumping.” “Roy said, ‘We have to cut them up’.

Demeo made his bones in 1973 when he whacked New York porno kingpin Paul Rothenberg.
Demeo kept his tool kit in the flat. Bullet in the head, then dismemberment. Demeo was subpoenaed in late 1982 and by that time Gambino Boss “Big Paulie” Castellano had seen enough. Demeo was lured to a garage in Brooklyn that his gang had used. Crew members pumped scores of bullets into his body, seven of them into his head. Demeo didn’t disappear. His corpse was left in the trunk of his Cadillac.

Thursday, November 25, 2021

Colombia lassoes 10 tons

Colombia’s armed forces made their largest drug bust of the year, seizing 10 tons of cocaine from the National Liberation Army (ELN), a leftist guerrilla group. Armed forces also destroyed two drug labs belonging to ELN, located in the Narino province near the country’s border with Ecuador. The Colombian government said 580 tons were seized in 2020, with coca cultivation and cocaine production numbers reaching a record 245,000 hectares and 1,010 metric tons.

Monday, November 22, 2021

Mostafa Baluch - Busted

Mostafa Baluch was arrested by police in a dramatic sting on the NSW/Queensland border as his former underworld colleagues turned on him after a series of raids. Cops had stopped the truck as it crossed the border and searched the container on the back of the vehicle, where they located the 'shocked and surprised' 33-year-old. The fugitive spent 16 days on the run.
Oz cops have more than 1,000 pages of messages that were sent by Mostafa Baluch. The self-declared gangster bragged extensively about moving hundreds of kilograms of drugs and building a property empire while using encrypted messaging app ANOM. Cops say they are closing in on Baluch.
Mostafa Baluch cut off his tracking device and fled from his $4m home in Sydney days after he got bail on a 900kg cocaine bust. Baluch was swept up in June as part of the AN0M raids. His home is now being seized by authorities. The fugitive faces life in an Australian jail.

Sunday, November 21, 2021

Anthony Billis

Billis was the sole director of both companies and his wife the sole shareholder.
In 2018 The Takeovers Panel ordered that Tribune chief Anthony 'Anton' Billis, his wife Phanatchakorn Wichaikul and other Tribune shareholders, including Sierra Gold, Trans Global Capital and Lake Grace Exploration, correct their shareholding notices for Tribune. The duo are partners in Northern Star Resources’ rich East Kundana gold mine. Rand’s forced sell-down reduced Billis’ voting control over Tribune from 59% to less than 50%. Billis lied about the ownership of the company’s major shareholders, Seychelles-registered Sierra Gold and Trans Global.

Michael Giovinazzo and Anthony Byron Billis. Terry Magee is one of Billis's underlings.
Tribune and Rand hoarded most of their physical gold from Kundana.

Croatian born Anthony Billis was sentenced to 29 months in 1996 for attempting to sell Rand shares while in bankruptcy, thus defrauding his creditors. Within days of his bankruptcy order Billis tried to sell a block of Rand (then Tern Minerals) to an associate at a deep discount. In 2018 Croatian mechanical engineer Franjo Bozic sought damages for fraud and breach of contract.
Anthony Billis was one of three who won a record-breaking defamation suit against Mr Terence McLernon in 2016 over defamatory claims accusing the trio of standover tactics and corporate theft. Mclernon claimed Billis, along with busted payday lender Oliver Douglas and former company director Paul Matich were corrupt. The highest-ever defamation payout in WA from Supreme Court Justice Kenneth Martin said that Mclernon dispensed “liberal amounts of poison”. One writ said it should lead Mr McLernon into prison.
Very recently multi-millionaire Billis won a court payment order from the retired RAAF veteran Mclernon. $25 per week is required to be paid.

Anthony Billis


Oliver Douglas - Payday loan scammer. odouglas@aussiecash.com
Threats from busted Oz conman Mr. Oliver Douglas. Ollie says I best leave Brett Matich and Anton Billis be.
"f*ck off and in doing so take off the crap you have on Anton Billis and Brett Matich otherwise I will start on you. Just try me! I will start work diminishing your advertising dollars and light you up. Just go away idiot! You stink! Get that shit off your website regarding Brett Matich and Anton Billis or I will start on you with Google. I got that shit off before that you and the Pig put up about Brett Matich. Email me again and the war is on!"

See ----->http://drstoxxman.blogspot.com/p/anton-billis.html
See ----->https://www.gangsterismout.com/2021/11/terry-magee-sore-anus.html
See ----->Brett 'the Hobbit' Matich - MXR.v

Saturday, November 20, 2021

Charles Arthur "Pretty Boy" Floyd

Charles Arthur "Pretty Boy" Floyd was an American bank robber. When paroled after his first bank robbery Floyd vowed that he would never see the inside of another prison. He committed a series of bank robberies over the next several years; it was during this period that he acquired the nickname "Pretty Boy." According to one account, when the payroll master targeted in a robbery described the three perpetrators to the police, he referred to Floyd as "a mere boy — a pretty boy with apple cheeks." In 1929, Floyd was wanted in numerous serious cases. Floyd was a suspect in the deaths of Kansas City brothers Wally and Boll Ash who were rum-runners, found dead in a burning car on March 25, 1931.
Members of his gang killed Patrolman R. H. Castner of Bowling Green, Ohio on April 23. On July 22, Floyd killed federal agent Curtis C. Burke. Floyd and Adam Richetti became the primary suspects in a June 17, 1933 gunfight known as the 'Kansas City massacre' that resulted in the deaths of 4 police. On July 23, 1934, following the death of John Dillinger, "Pretty Boy" Floyd was named Public Enemy Number 1.
On October 22, 1934, Floyd was killed in an apple orchard near East Liverpool, Ohio, while being pursued by local law officers and FBI agents led by Melvin Purvis. He hated his nickname so much that after being gunned down he made one final declaration, “I’m Charles Arthur Floyd.”

ex-B.C. lawyer Fred Sharp charged by SEC, FBI - Avtar Dhillon

Vancouver doctor turned stock promoter Avtar Dhillon has until Nov. 30 to respond to charges he was involved in a $1 billion international stock fraud. In August he was arrested in Long Beach in his $12m, 9,300-square-foot, home.
In 2011, Dhillon founded pharmaceutical company Vitality Biopharma Inc. Trading in Vitality was halted in November 2018. He stepped down as the chairman, but not before the "Sharp Group" booked $16.6m in ill gained profits ... including $2.6m to Dhillon. Dhillon concealed ownership of Arch Therapeutics and OncoSec Medical Inc. Both were microcap biotechnology companies he chaired between March 2011 and April 2020.
Dhillon made false representations for millions of beneficially owned shares by putting them in two shell companies. They then reportedly had another law firm provide a legal opinion to a broker that the shares could be deposited into a brokerage account without trading restrictions.
Five years after he was exposed as a major Canadian player in the "Panama Papers" offshore finance scandal, Fred Sharp is now facing prosecution in the US. He has had his assets frozen by the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission and has an arrest warrant outstanding. Sharp nicknamed himself "Bond". He is one of six British Columbians charged with violating anti-fraud provisions of the U.S. Securities Act.
Zhiying Gasarch, Courtney Kelln, Mike Veldhuis, Jackson Friesen, Paul Sexton and Avtar Singh Dhillon are the others. Sharp's company, Corporate House, created more than 1,200 corporate entities, making him the most significant Canadian player in the Panama Papers leak. Sharp and his cohorts could face up to 20 years in prison, plus five years for the conspiracy charges.
Avtar Dhillon

Friday, November 19, 2021

Afghanistan moves into meth

A new report warns that Afghanistan is becoming a significant global producer of meth. The country's opium poppy fields are already the source of most of the world's heroin, but it is warned the growing meth trade could be just as big. The boom comes on the heels of a discovery by drug traffickers that a plant commonly found growing wild in parts of Afghanistan, ephedra, can be used to create the key component of meth: ephedrine. A district in western Afghanistan, Bakwa, has become the hub of the meth trade in the country.
Raw ephedrine is very cheap and the chemistry is simple.
The Taliban charge the drug traffickers a tax. The report estimates the Taliban could be earning in excess of $4m a year from Bakwa district alone. Instability in the country isn't hurting business. "Business has never been better," said one smuggler, with a laugh.

Ephedra is known as oman in some areas of the country and bandak in others. It grows abundantly across Afghanistan’s mountainous central highlands.