Wednesday, September 6, 2023

Frédérick Silva in the news - flashback July 2022

Next week, the Supreme Court of Canada will hear a case challenging publication bans under Section 648 of the Criminal Code. It involves hitman turned informant Frédérick Silva who entered pleas of nolo contendere of four counts of murder and one count of attempted murder. The black-out in his case has been extensive.
Reliable Quebec press are reporting Frédérick Silva, 42, will confess to all his crimes, his accomplices, and implicate those giving the orders. Frédérick Silva tried to kill mafia boss Salvatore Scoppa in 2017 who was then murdered in the spring of 2019. Close to the Hells Angels, Sébastien Beauchamp was killed by a bullet in the head in 2018.

Silva's weapon from the attempted hit on Salvatore Scoppa.

Silva had refused to cooperate but had a change of heart after being warned of the contract on his life.

See ----->Salvatore Scoppa executed
Hitman Frédérick Silva was whisked away by a police helicopter from the federal Ste-Anne-des-Plaines penitentiary north of Montreal. He is now under 24 hour police protection at a secret location. It is related to a 'major investigation'. Silva was convicted of killing a total of four men. Among the men Silva killed was Sébastien Beauchamp, a former member of a Hells Angels puppet club in Dec 2018. He was also convicted of the attempted murder of mafia boss Salvatore Scoppa.

Two associates of Silva have been killed within the past two months. Sébastien Giroux was shot in St-Michel on May 11. Bernard Cherfan a month ago.

Frédérick Silva went by metro to murder Alessandro Vinci in October 2018.
Its said a murder contract has been put out on Silva, who was sentenced to 25 years without parole. His possible collaboration could seriously shake organized crime in Montreal and Quebec.

Frédérick Silva (left) and Bernard Cherfan.
See ----->Hitman Frédérick Silva sunk by 'Finder'
See ----->Bernard Cherfan whacked in Laval