Sunday, July 31, 2022

Shahin Behroyan - crooked realtor shot down by high court


shahin@behroyan.ca
In January 2015, Shahin Behroyan decided he would get a $75k bonus, on top of his usual commission. In May 2016, Behroyan’s licence was suspended for one year and he was ordered to pay a fine of $7,500 plus $59k in enforcement costs. He appealed. The council then said his licence should be cancelled for five years, plus a $10k fine. The second disciplinary committee agreed and Behroyan lost his licence. Undaunted, Behroyan lauched a lawsuit in BCSC claming he had been abused.
Behroyan’s professional misconduct was connected with the sale of a $2.7m home in November of 2014.

Teresa Decotiis
By telling the sellers that the bonus was for the buyer’s agent, Teresa Decotiis, and not himself – and that the offer to buy the property was contingent on that bonus being paid, Behroyan’s action constituted “deceptive dealing” and was a breach of his duty to act honestly. Behroyan didn't tell the sellers that Teresa Decotiis agreed to split her commission with him. The judge wasn't impressed ... “Mr. Behroyan cannot now complain that the very process he wanted should be considered arbitrary and unreasonable simply because he is dissatisfied with the result.” Behroyan lost with costs.
https://www.behroyan.com/

Canadian tasked with stripping 645kg of MDMA out of BBQs


Luke Humphries, 33, was tasked with unpacking 346 packages of MDMA hidden in 199 barbecues in a warehouse in south-west Sydney in October 2019. But only hours into the work, he called a friend, saying he was exhausted. He had completed 13.
The phone call was recorded by the Australian Federal Police. The AFP was already aware of the shipment, intercepting the barbecues when they arrived in Australia and replacing the MDMA packages with a substance that looked like the illicit drug. The police then released the shipment. Humphries pleaded guilty to attempting to traffic a commercial quantity of MDMA and he will be sentenced on August 11th. He faces life.

Saturday, July 30, 2022

Clayton Eheler - busted again - update II

Clayton Archie Eheler was arrested on multiple charges March 22 in Langley. This time around it's committing an offence for a criminal organization, and conspiracy to commit an indictable offence, and trafficking.
Co-accused are Blaire Smith and Tyler Van Basten. Van Basten is Eheler’s cousin. The trio also face charges of possession of a controlled substance for the purpose of trafficking. Eheler wasn't granted bail and was cooling his heels in the big house. Dude has been sprung again with an encylopedia of conditions. Eheler is not allowed to be within 100 metres of the U.S. border, nor is he to be within 2km of any airport.

Clayton Archie Eheler puts the 'R' into recidivist. In 2019 cops seized $2m worth of drugs, including nearly 15 kg of fentanyl pills and powder, eight guns and more than $200k in cash.
Eheler and co-accused Mathew Jordan Thieessen were caught with cocaine in 2014. Both were found guilty of trafficking. Eheler, a former Bacon brothers associate, was sentenced to 8 years and a lifetime weapons prohibition. The case against the gangsters turned mainly on the admissibility of evidence from a search warrant executed in Chilliwack. The men were present in the apartment when cops busted down the door to search. Cops landed 8 kg of powder cocaine and 1 kg of crack along with weapons. Dates were set for the new trial. A pre-trial conference is scheduled for April 22 after which the trial will begin. Eheler, 38, 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, exceeding 45 convictions. Over the years Eheler repeatedly used a high profile defence lawyer to force delay after delay in the case. There were multiple defense voir dire hearings for alleged Charter breaches and a failed application for a mistrial. Then the pair gleefully argued their Charter rights were violated because the case took more than 30 months from arraignment to conviction.
Clayton Eheler in Asia in 2014.

Friday, July 29, 2022

John Gotti the 'Teflon Don'

John Joseph Gotti, Jr was an American mobster who became the Boss of the Gambino crime family in New York. Gotti rose quickly in the Gambino ranks, becoming one of the crime family's biggest earners. At the age of 24, Gotti Jr. became "made".
Gotti was a protege of Gambino underboss Aniello Dellacroce. After an FBI indictment of members of Gotti's crew for selling drugs, Gotti knew he and his brother would be killed by Paul Castellano.
Gotti organized the murder of Castellano in December 1985 and took over the family shortly thereafter. This left Gotti as the boss of the most powerful crime family in America, which made hundreds of millions a year from construction, hijacking, loan sharking, gambling, extortion and other criminal activities. Gotti survived numerous legal cases unscathed. Witnesses developed cases of what the press called "I forgotti", and with every acquittal it added to his reputation. The American media dubbed Gotti "The Teflon Don" due to the failure of any charges to stick.
On Dec 11, 1990, FBI agents and cops raided the Ravenite Social Club, arresting Gotti, Sammy Gravano and Frank Locascio. Gotti was charged with five murders (Castellano and Bilotti, Robert DiBernardo, Liborio Milito and Louis Dibono,) conspiracy to murder Gaetano "Corky" Vastola, loansharking, illegal gambling, obstruction of justice, bribery and tax evasion. Killer Sammy Gravano turned rat. On April 2, 1992, Gotti was found guilty on all charges. He was sentenced to life without parole.

Sammy Gravano
In 1998 Gotti was diagnosed with throat cancer. The condition returned in 2000. Gotti died on June 10, 2002 at the age of 61. The former boss's 7,000-square-foot mansion fell into disrepair. The home is located in Old Westbury, New York, and hasn’t been occupied since 2016 when it was raided by federal agents.

Last photo of John Gotti

Thursday, July 28, 2022

Cocaine in model's vagina - update

Grace Evelyn Athanatos insists she is a 'nice girl' as she breaks her silence about the humiliating moment she was caught and strip searched. The 24-year-old was waiting outside the exhibition hall when sniffer dogs began to bark around her. When cops asked to search her outside, she began to cry. Tears didn't work and she had to explain to cops why they wouldn't find her prohibited cocaine stash with a pat down.
Records stated she had 5.6 grams of cocaine, though it's unclear how much of the condom's weight was counted in official recordings.
Grace Evelyn had some splaining to do after authorities busted her with a cocaine-filled condom inside her vagina while attending Marlo Music Festival in Australia. She had a large amount of cocaine in the condom. She avoided grief by pleading guilty.
She was hit with a 12-month conditional release order and no fine.

Service Ontario employees among 28 busted in auto-theft rings

215 stolen cars have been recovered and 28 have been charged, including an unspecified number of Service Ontario employees, in connection with the dismantling of three auto-theft rings. Service Ontario employees assisted with the “illegitimate registration of stolen vehicles.” 242 charges were laid. Offences include using a forged document, trafficking in property obtained by crime, fraud over $5,000, possession of a weapon for a dangerous purpose and breach of trust.
The first ring was based in Peel Region and altered VINs from vehicles stolen in Ontario and then reselling them. The second group was based in Durham Region and Toronto. This network fraudulently registered stolen vehicles in Saskatchewan, transferred fraudulent vehicle documents to Ontario, registered the vehicles and resold them. Police say these vehicles were also sold to other criminals. The 3rd ring was based in York Region and dealt primarily with high-end stolen vehicles.

Wednesday, July 27, 2022

Zambad gasoline

Its a common sight in Pakistan’s Panjgur district: a convoy of blue pickup trucks snaking through the desolate terrain, carrying a cargo of contraband gas and diesel from Iran. Over the years it was increasingly difficult for Zambad drivers to make a living. On paper, the restrictions on importing Iranian fuel are very much in place. Officials in Makran division explained that they had come to realize that fuel smuggling was the only way to put bread on the table for a majority of the population residing in five border towns.
Business has been good. “We are being paid handsomely these days. Demand for our petrol has increased. ” a smuggler says.
The Zambad he drives was manufactured by the Zamyad Company in Tehran. They are a licensed version of the Nissan Junior.
There is no idea how many are on the road. Ever since the US imposed sanctions on Iran in 2013 to choke oil exports, the smuggling of petroleum products has become an industry in the region. Authorities in Makran division say about 1,500 vehicles bring oil and diesel from Iran daily.
"It engages the youth in economic activity, and it has the potential to keep them from taking up arms in this already volatile region.”

Chicago’s ‘cartel wives’ in court

Pedro Flores appeared before a judge to testify on behalf of his wife Vivianna Lopez, who he says was promised immunity by the feds in exchange for cooperation from him and his twin brother, Margarito, to rat on El Chapo. Pedro and Margarito Flores were handed a 14-year prison sentences in 2015 but were released under the witness protection program in 2020. When they were charged in 2021 with money laundering related to their husbands' millions, the Flores wives filed a motion to dismiss, claiming the government promised them immunity. A parade of government witnesses said there was no such arrangement.
After Chicago cocaine kingpins Pedro Flores and Margarito Flores were busted in 2008 for their dealings with the Sinaloa drug cartel and leader Joaquin “El Chapo” Guzman Loera, their wives took lavish trips to the Caribbean and Europe that were paid for with drug cash they got in the mail. Vivianna Lopez and Valerie Gaytan used drug money for the trips in 2018 and 2019, flying to Las Vegas for a Jennifer Lopez concert and to the Turks and Caicos islands, Dubai, Greece and Italy. The wives blew $20,000 to $30,000 in cash per trip.

In exchange for their cooperation, the Flores twins got light sentences of 14 years in prison.
Lopez, the wife of Pedro Flores, and Gaytan, the wife of Margarito Flores, were charged in federal court in Chicago with helping to stash hundreds of thousands in drug money over a dozen years. They had claimed they had been granted immunity.
Drug money paid for schools for children, Lopez’s student loans and even her exercise bike.

Tuesday, July 26, 2022

Project Hobart on the rocks - et c'est fini

Central figures involved in Project Hobart will walk. “All of the charges on both indictments are withdrawn” the judge said. With 28 arrests in Dec 2019, cops crowed about their awesomeness in disrupting a $131m illegal gambling network with links to GTA mobsters. One of the group’s enforcers, HA Michael Deabaitua-Schulde, was being watched by cops when he was executed. Walking are Hells Angels Craig 'Truck' McIlquham, 49 at the time, Robert Barletta, then 49, and Eugenio 'Gino' Reda, then 55. The case would take 41 months and seven days to wind through the courts — 11 months beyond the constitutional ceiling for the reasonable time for a trial, as laid out in the landmark 2016 Supreme Court ruling R. v. Jordan.
OPP charged Robert Barletta, Craig 'Truck' McIlquham, and Eugenio 'Gino' Reda for running a gambling ring. The network was pulling in revenues of more than $131m over five years and included scores of betting sites; Ultimate SB, Titan SB, PlaytoWin WB, Privada SB and Players SB. The operation was linked to the Figliomeni crime family. On Jan. 27, 2021 prosecutors stayed charges against the mafia, including boss Angelo Figliomeni. The cop investigation was tainted by "unlawful and illegal conduct." One dirty oinker stole a high end watch.
See ----->Robert Barletta bail hearing Monday

Meninder Dhaliwal whacked in Whistler

Surrey residents Gursimran Sahota, 24, and Tanvir Khakh, 20, have been charged with murder.
Well known Lower Mainland Brothers Keepers gangster Meninder Dhaliwal, and Satindera Gill were shot to death in Whistler. The pair were shot at about 12:20 p.m. The shooting happened steps from the Whistler Village Gondola. Dhaliwal died at the scene, Gill succumbed to his injuries in hospital. Two men have been arrested in connection to the shooting. Dhaliwal’s older brother Harb was shot to death in Coal Harbour on April 17, 2021.


Vancouver cops issued a warning to the public in 2021 about gangster Meninder Dhaliawal and his brothers.

See ----->Harb Dhaliwal killer sentenced - 20 years
See ----->https://nypost.com/2022/07/24/vancouver-ski-town-under-lockdown-after-shooting/

Monday, July 25, 2022

Gangster Goldy Brar needs to go, and others


A reward of Rs 10 lakh ($12k USD) was put on Khalistan Tiger Force chief Hardeep Singh Nijjar in connection with the murder of a Hindu priest.
Indian officials say Canada is becoming a safe haven for Khalistani terrorists. India has submitted documents to Canada regarding the presence of Khalistani elements and other gangsters, but no action has been taken. Hardeep Singh Nijjar lives in Surrey and is promoting the agenda of 'Sikhs for Justice'. Interpol issued a red corner notice for Khalistani Arshdeep Singh, who is also in Canada and connected to Nijjar.
Arshdeep Singh
Canada-based Khalistani terrorist Gurpatwant Singh Pannun posts videos calling for Sikh attacks on government buildings. Rounding out the wanted imports is Lakhbir Singh, alias 'Landa'. He has been wanted by Punjab cops for over 6 months. It is unknown why Canada has failed to act on multiple Indian government requests.

Lakhbir Singh, 'Landa'

Satinderjit Singh entered Canada on a student visa in 2017.
After the killing of Moosewala on May 29, Canada-based Goldy Brar (Satinderjit Singh), a member of the Lawrence Bishnoi gang, claimed responsibility. Punjab Police said that Lawrence Bishnoi was the mastermind in Moosewala’s killing. Gangsters Jagroop Singh Roopa and Manpreet Singh were gunned down in an encounter with Punjab cops. Cops recovered an AK-47, thought to have been used in the Moosewala murder.

Lawrence Bishnoi
Punjab cops are making efforts to extradite Goldy Brar. The terrorist and gangster has no business in Canada and never did.
See ----->Punjabi rapper Sidhu Moose Wala whacked