Tuesday, August 30, 2022

Rabih Alkhalil escapes from North Fraser - Guilty

Rabih Alkhalil was found guilty of the first-degree murder of Sandip Duhre in January of 2012. Duhre was gunned down in a busy downtown Vancouver hotel in a brazen execution. Six months later Johnny Raposo was shot four times in the head at point-blank range. Alkhalil was one of four men convicted of that murder.
Hells Angel Larry Amero stood trial along with Alkhalil and was found guilty of conspiracy to commit Duhre's murder. Cops have released surveillance video and photos from the Rabih 'Robby' Alkhalil escape from North Fraser Pretrial on July 21. Alkhalil, 35, escaped with the help of two suspects posing as contractors. Dopey cops initially released photos of the two suspects that were stock images plumbed from the internet.
Rabih Alkhalil has escaped from the high security North Fraser Pretrial Centre. Corrections will be investigating how the killer managed to escape from North Fraser on Thursday night with the help of two Americans. The two men posed as contractors working at the jail, where they helped Alkhalil to escape wearing a black jumpsuit and a construction vest. A plasma torch was used in the escape. A Canada wide warrant has been issued for Alkhalil's arrest while an Interpol Red Notice is pending. Alkhalil is considered extremely dangerous and should not be approached.
The trial of Alkhalil and co-accused Hells Angel Larry Amero resumed without him.
See ---->Rabih (Robby) Alkhalil pulls 8 years
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Sunday, August 28, 2022

Milly the marmoset has a happy ending

When UK drug dealer Vicki Holland was busted, footage emerged of the sick woman abusing a simian at her home in Newport, Wales. 22 cellphone videos depicted her mistreating the monkey. Three were shown in court, including an appalling clip of Holland laughing as she tries to flush a distressed Milly down the toilet while she clings desperately to the bowl. Holland has been banned from keeping all animals for life and slapped with a 12-week jail term. The animal abuser was also ordered to pay £420 in costs and a £128 victim surcharge.
As for Milly the marmoset, she has found love at a monkey sanctuary. Even after getting a new home, Milly struggled to adjust and was terrified of people. The primate is doing much better after being introduced to 'Moon', a male marmoset. The two survivors of UK's illegal pet trade are seldom apart.

Saturday, August 27, 2022

Swimsuit contestant a cocaine queenpin

Miss Swimsuit UK contestant Melissa Mikosz, 32, lived a "lavish, holiday-filled lifestyle". She has been jailed for seven years and three months after helping run a cocaine empire in a Derbyshire town with her boyfriend, Thomas Carlisle 28.
Carlisle was jailed for 11 years and three months. Prosecutors said, "the scale of the operation was so vast that they often ran out of drugs bags and one of Carlisle's dealers reported closing 18 deals a day."
The judge told Mikosz, "You were a willing and enthusiastic participant, you enjoyed a lavish lifestyle and the trappings of Mr Carlisle's criminality. It's quite plain on a number of occasions your address was visited by police that did not deter you."

Friday, August 26, 2022

Bounty increased for gangster Dawood Ibrahim

The National Investigation Agency (NIA) has announced a reward of Rs 25 lakh (about 31k USD) for information on “global terrorist” Dawood Ibrahim Kaskar, a key suspect in the 1992-93 Mumbai blasts. The Bombay bombings were a series of 12 terrorist bombings that took place in Bombay, Maharashtra, on 12 March 1993. The single-day attacks resulted in 257 fatalities and 1,400 injuries. The NIA has also placed a bounty of Rs 20 lakh on Dawood’s aide Chhota Shakeel, and a bounty of Rs 15 lakh each on his other accomplices. All the fugitives are hiding in Pakistan. According to the NIA, Dawood has nine addresses in Pakistan, three Pakistani passports, and operates under several aliases.
Dawood Ibrahim was born in 1955 in Mumbai. Dawood Ibrahim formed a clan and began engaging in smuggling, robbery, fraud and other crimes. By the late 1970's, Ibrahim had graduated to extortion, money laundering, gold smuggling, arms and drug trafficking. D-Company is a major crime syndicate, believed to have thousands operating across multiple continents.

$140m in cocaine and meth shipped from Canada to Oz in Bentley

Cops in Australia found a large load of cocaine and meth worth an estimated $140m hidden inside a vintage Bentley shipped from Canada earlier this month. 161 kg of meth and 30 kg of cocaine were packed inside a 1960 Bentley S2.
Heavily armed cops raided a residence in a suburb of Sydney after replacing the drugs. Two men were busted red-handed as they were trying to retrieve the goods. A subsequent traffic stop on a highway near Brisbane resulted in the seizure of an additional 2.2 kg of meth and over $1m in cash.

Wednesday, August 24, 2022

Dublin dealer busted with €3.2m cocaine collecting welfare

Christopher Gaynor, 38, has been remanded in custody after appearing in court in relation to a €3.2m cocaine seizure in Clondalkin, Dublin. Gaynor claims poverty and was granted legal aid after the judge noted the means statement stated he was on social welfare. €21,500 in cash was also seized.

Tuesday, August 23, 2022

HA Gaston Methot shot down for gun permit

West Point HA Gaston Methot was miffed when his gun permit renewal was denied in 2018. An RCMP firearms officer sent a ‘notice of refusal’ saying he was being denied “because it was not desirable in the interest of public safety". Methot sued the basterds and won, sort of. The judge didn't accept Methot’s suggestion that she simply renew his licence. He had to sway more judges, and that eventually failed. “The applicant is a member of the Hell's Angels Motorcycle Club, which is an organization that allows for violence and criminality, that restricts its member’s cooperation with police, and regards police as adversaries,” the judge said. “Such decisions have been supported across the country. Public safety is paramount and the legislation gives a broad discretion.”
A biker expert pointed out that Hells Angels rules strictly forbid members from co-operating with police. So if a firearm is ever stolen, an HA member would not report the theft. No word on how Methot attempted to splain that one away.

HA Quebec money man Richard Felx FINALLY off to big house

First convicted in 2009, Richard Felx, 64, will be reporting to jail this week. Going all the way to the Supreme Court of Canada, it was ruled Quebec’s highest court erred, and that the original trial judge was right to dismiss the request for a stay of proceedings.
In his last scam in the summer of 2017, career criminal Richard Felx used a fraud to obtain financing to buy new vehicles from various dealers in Montreal. Felx acquired nine vehicles under his name or through a numbered company. He pleaded guilty to fraud, concealment and breach of commitment. He earned 69 months' imprisonment and a fine of $10k. Felx was convicted in 2016 of gangsterism, conspiracy and money laundering for work with Hells Angels Normand "Casper" Ouimet, Alain Durand and Martin Robert to launder money. Some were on the run from the SharQc operation of 2009.
Normand "Casper" Ouimet
A former notary caught laundering dirty money from Quebec's Hells Angels in tax havens faces 15 new charges. Richard Felx was nailed at the courthouse by the Sûreté du Québec. He was appearing for another fraud involving vehicle leases exceeding $500k. In July 2016 the recidivist was sentenced to 72 months for gangsterism, conspiracy and money laundering as a result of Operation Diligence, the infiltration of bikers into the construction industry. He spent only a month in jail before appealing.
In late 2017, Felx was also sentenced to 40 additional months in jail and a $633k fine on another fraud. He stole $1.2m from 55 small investors. Yet again Felx is appealing.

Monday, August 22, 2022

Oz cops land 11.2 kg pure fentanyl from Vancouver - 'total act of bastardry'

Nearly 60 kg of powdered substance was found including 30kg of meth. 27 kg of the powder contained fentanyl, yielding 11.2 kg of pure fentanyl.
The largest fentanyl seizure in Australia arrived from Canada inside ammunition boxes in an industrial lathe. A three-tonne industrial lathe was shipped from Canada and arrived in Melbourne in December 2021. The ABF sent it for further scrutiny and x-rays revealed drugs. Australian authorities have issued a public warning about the opioid and are still investigating. No arrests have been made.
Fentanyl was not known to be in the country in such purity and bulk.
A two-week operation to remove and analyze the powder was mounted, outdoors, by officers in full bio-hazard outfits with a decontamination zone, ambulances and naloxone at the ready. The previous high bust was 30 gms. “Typically, we would only see fentanyl being detected in quantities of one gram or less." Most Oz fentanyl street sales are stolen medical patches.

HA Jaimie ‘Jewsifer’ Yochlowitz gets jollies water bombing homeless

HA Jaimie Yochlowitz is bringing eyeballs to the club after posting social media throwing water ballons from a high rise at homeless. Having nothing better to do with his time, for months Yochlowitz posted videos, until his TickTock account was pulled for abuse. Yochlowitz later posted that he had found a new place to live and had moved. “As much fun as it was to drop balloons on the heads, I’m happy to be gone from that neighbourhood,” he wrote.
No doubt 'that neighbourhood' is glad to see the biker go on his way. Conduct this childish is all bad for the HAMC.

The murdered Chad Wilson, left, with the murdered Suminder 'Ali' Grewal, center, and Jaimie ‘Jewsifer’ Yochlowitz.
HAMC standards MUST BE slipping. The Death Head has it's mouth stitched closed. This represents several things, among them keeping one's mouth shut. 'Jewsifer' doesn't seem to get that concept. It is being reported Yochlowitz's remaining social media accounts have since been closed.
Yochlowitz is a full patch of the Hardside Chapter in Surrey.

Sunday, August 21, 2022

Cons fingered in ‘Whitey’ Bulger killing

Geas hasn’t disputed his role in the murder.The top suspect in the killing of Boston gangster James “Whitey” Bulger, Fotios “Freddy” Geas, 55, — a career criminal and prison lifer at Hazelton federal penitentiary — has been charged, along with Paul J DeCologero, 48 and Sean McKinnon, 36. They are charged with conspiracy to commit first-degree murder. “Freddy hated rats,” Geas’ friend said. “Freddy hated guys who abused women. Whitey was a rat who killed women. It’s probably that simple.”
Bulger was beaten to death by the inmates, with one of his attackers using a sock with a padlock in it as a weapon. Geas is serving a life sentence for the 2003 assassinations of Adolfo “Big Al” Bruno and associate Gary Westerman.

Brothers Keeper associate Andrew Miguel Best pulls 5 years

Andrew Miguel Best, 22, was charged with trafficking and possession for the purpose of trafficking. He dealt fentanyl, heroin, meth and cocaine in Campbell River. The investigation resulted in seizure of more than 11 kg of drugs including cocaine, methamphetamine and fentanyl; a loaded Smith & Wesson .40 caliber; laboratory equipment, precursor chemicals, and more than $50k. Best said nothing before being put away. The Brothers Keepers aggressively expanded drug distribution territory from the Lower Mainland to Vancouver Island and the Kamloops area, according to cops. They recruited 20 somethings as disposable street level dealers, of which Best was one.

Friday, August 19, 2022

HA Richard 'Dick' Mayrand accused of failing to declare money at customs

HA Richard 'Dick' Mayrand is accused of failing to declare how much money he was bringing into Canada when he returned to the country. He is alleged to have violated a section of Canada’s Proceeds of Crime and Terrorist Financing Act. Mayrand was left with a 16-year prison term, one of the longest sentences to come out of Operation Springtime 2001. Mayrand became a leader in the Nomads chapter after Maurice (Mom) Boucher was arrested for ordering the deaths of 2 prison guards. Mayrand said he quit the Hells Angels in 2009 and even covered up his tattoos.
He joined the Nomads chapter on Jan. 17, 2000, after being a member of the Montreal chapter for 15 years. One of the highlights of his parole hearing came when the commissioner chastised him for being loyal to the HAMC despite murdering his brother, Michel, in the Lennoxville massacre in 1985.
Visibly shaken, Mayrand was silent before declaring: "I don't know what to say to you, sir. My brother had broken some rules. I was 20, it was a way of thinking, a different way of seeing things. I did not see myself leaving the club, I had just arrived. And even if I had left the club, my brother was no longer there, it wouldn't have changed anything."
"All my friends were in the club."
The alleged offence occurred in Montreal on Feb. 28 and Mayrand has been summoned to appear in court in September. The summary offence comes with a maximum fine of $250k or a maximum two-year prison term.

Thursday, August 18, 2022

Dead scuba diver, 55kg cocaine surface in NSW - update III

Oz cops have said there is a good chance Jhoni Fernandes Da Silva De is dead - killed as a result of the failed cocaine operation. 'If you're a decent criminal group and you've had arrests, you wouldn't leave loose ends hanging,' a police source said.
The diver found dead in Newcastle harbour has been identified as Brazilian Bruno Borges, 31. Cops have issued a warrant for the arrest of the second diver, Jhoni Fernandes Da Silva.

James Blee, 62, was arrested in Far North Queensland while trying to board a flight to Singapore.
Cops say the original shipment of drugs weighed up to 300kg. Only 100kg made its way into Australian waters and the remaining 200kg ended up in Indonesia. Indonesian authorities say the drugs they found floating in four black packages near Java's Merak Port weighed 179kg — making it a record haul for the country.
Cops in New South Wales found 110 pounds of cocaine, estimated to be worth about $14m, along with the body of a diver washed up on a riverbank. The diver was wearing expensive scuba equipment including a “rebreather” that lets a person breathe underwater without producing a trail of bubbles. The cocaine came from the nearby cargo ship Areti, a Marshall Islands vessel that had arrived from Argentina on Sunday. 46kg of cocaine from the bulk carrier made its way onto Australia and cops are looking for a second diver.

Wednesday, August 17, 2022

VPD oinkers get exercise beating homeless - update

Chaos erupted on the Downtown Eastside yesterday as City of Vancouver staff and firefighters started the process of clearing tents and structures from the sidewalk on Hastings Street. A confrontation by police led to a street battle as ever more cops flooded the area. Street people hate and do not trust the VPD for obvious reasons. Sending an army of asshole cops into the situation is a guaranteed recipie for conflict. BC Housing said that it has nowhere for people to go given the short notice provided by authorities.
'Aero' lives in a DTES alley. Aero said he was charged with assaulting police after he went to the aid of a friend trying to help a walker-dependent man who was on the ground and surrounded by cops. "We weren't trying to instigate anything," he said. "It was just they pushed down one of our [VANDU] members, and my colleague saw that happen, and he was trying to help him to get up. And then he got intercepted by cops and got beaten down. And then I saw that happen, so I tried to go and help him, and then I got thrown down, and I started getting beaten up." He said the charge was related to him allegedly biting an officer. Aero smiled to show he had no front teeth.
Randy Crossan says police pushed him to the ground.