Wednesday, November 30, 2022

Charges laid against Wolfpack drug dealers in Vancouver DTES


Diego Saed, Joseph Lowley and Roger Bardales Medina.
Criminal charges, including organized crime-related, have been laid against Wolfpack drug traffickers in Vancouver’s Downtown Eastside. Cops seized 10 kg of fentanyl, 3 kg of cocaine, 6 kg of meth, 72 kg of cutting agents, 160k in cash and 3 vehicles. Also seized were 7 prohibited and restricted firearms. Six men facing charges are Joseph Ebert Charles Lowley, Vinod Kanna Aruldevarajan, Roger Alfredo Bardales Medina, Hemen Hewa Saed, Diego Maradona Saed, and Howjeen Saed. Diego Saed is still wanted, Lowley and Medina were reeled in.
Cops are asking anyone with information on the terrible trio to give them a call.
179 people, or 5.8 every day, died from toxic drugs in B.C. in October.

Tuesday, November 29, 2022

Andrew Sisson - Kiwi Hells Angels Nomads president - Guilty

Andrew Sisson and fellow Hells Angel Scott James Allan were found guilty in the Palmerston North District Court. Sisson’s wife Vikki was in court to hear the verdicts, as well as senior Hells Angels members who travelled to Manawatū for the occasion. Court bailiffs took advantage of the opportunity to get some visiting Hells Angels to cough up for unpaid fines, with the members paying in cash, or else.

Sisson displayed photos of French bulldogs; “five of our little babies” he said. “I would sell each of them for an average of $4,500”. He took payment in cash. That didn't wash, and the jury believed Sisson was the primary meth wholesaler. 'Ses' could be looking at a long stretch. He was convicted in 1999 for conspiracy to supply meth and money laundering.
Hells Angels boss Andrew Sisson says firewood and French bulldogs explain the money cops say he made selling meth. The biker spent a day in the witness box telling a jury how he made cash and his lack of knowledge about the meth ring he supplied. A forensic accountant told the trial there were big gaps between the money Sisson spent and how much went into his accounts. Sisson worked as a tattooist at the 'House of Pain'.
In 2010 Auckland NOW reported on unlawful debt collecting. Sisson was involved in the companies 'Rapid Recovery 2010 Ltd.' and 'Dirty Debtors Ltd.' He tried to steal a Toyota Hilux from an undercover cop in a sting operation. He marched around using a document headed "Warrant to Repossess" to rip folks off. The sting was part of a long-running operation against organized crime and led to criminal charges for three Hells Angels members and an associate. Sisson was also charged with possession of three rifles - a Ruger bolt action .243, a Ruger bolt action .308 and a .22 rifle.

3rd Russian crypto king in weeks dead in helicopter crash

Vyacheslav Taran, 53, died after his helicopter crashed near Villefranche-sur-Mer after lifting off from Lausanne in Switzerland. Taran was the co-founder of crypto trading platform Libertex and founder of Forex Club. French media reported that a passenger canceled at the last minute, though details regarding that passenger were unavailable. Tiantian Kullander 'TT', 30, reportedly died in his sleep last week. A third crypto mogul, Nikolai Mushegian, 29, drowned on a Puerto Rico beach October 29. He tweeted, hours before his death, that he feared the CIA and Mossad would kill him.

Monday, November 28, 2022

Oath Keepers - Stewart Rhodes - Guilty

Oath Keepers founder Stewart Rhodes has been found guilty of plotting to stop US President Joe Biden from taking office after the 2020 election. A jury found Rhodes guilty of the charge of seditious conspiracy.
870 have been charged in connection with the Jan. 6, 2021 attack on the U.S. Capitol. 17 have been accused of seditious conspiracy, the high crime of using force to prevent the peaceful transfer of power. Seditious conspiracy is a Civil War-era statute, rarely prosecuted, which carries a statutory maximum of 20 years in prison. Members of far-right militia the Oath Keepers — including founder Stewart Rhodes, have been charged with this.
Rhodes plotted an armed rebellion to stop the transfer of power from Trump to Biden.

Oath Keepers spent months planning their roles in the riot.
Seditious conspiracy is defined as two or more people plotting "to overthrow, put down or to destroy by force the government of the United States." The Oath Keepers are an anti-government, right-wing political organization committed to supporting and defending their demented interpretation of the U.S. Constitution.
The five accused Oath Keepers also face charges of conspiring to obstruct and obstructing an official proceeding, which carries a sentence of up to 20 years in prison, and conspiring to prevent an officer from discharging duties. Those who physically entered the Capitol building - Watkins, Meggs and Harrelson - are charged with property destruction.

FTX implodes - billions into the ether - update IV

Crypto firm BlockFi has filed for bankruptcy. The crypto company, which offers a trading exchange and interest-bearing custodial service for cryptocurrencies, was one of many firms to face serious liquidity issues after the implosion of FTX. The New Jersey-based company had already halted withdrawals and admitted that it had “significant exposure” to bankrupt FTX and Alameda Research.

Employees at FTX received loans from Alameda, including $543m to head of engineering Nishad Singh and $55m to head of FTX digital markets Ryan Salame.
The company tasked with locking down assets of FTX said they've secured US$740m. The 'digital assets' are locked in what is known as 'cold storage'. The trouble is upwards of $10b has evaporated. The Turkish government announced it seized the assets in its country belonging to FTX, and Sam Bankman-Fried and others will be charged with crimes including money laundering, market manipulation and fraud. FTX.TR had over 110k users and processed $600m per month. Alameda Research, the trading arm of Sam Bankman-Fried, loaned him and other companies under his control $3.3b. $2.3b went to also bankrupt Paper Bird Inc., which he owns a majority stake in. Among other things, Bankman-Fried acculmulated $300m in Bahamas real estate.
FTX was a cryptocurrency exchange, FTX.US, its U.S. affiliate. In June 2021, FTX raised $1b at an $18b valuation from investors like Paradigm, SoftBank and Sequoia Capital. Three months later, FTX brought in $421m, pushing its valuation to $25b, this time from Singapore-government owned investment firm Temasek, Tiger Global Management and the Ontario Teachers’ Pension Plan. The valuation was $32b. That number is now zero.
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Ontario Teachers’ Pension Plan invested a total of $95m between FTX and FTX U.S. in late 2021 and early 2022. US authorities are investigating Bankman-Fried as well as FTX. The bloom is surely off the crypto rose now. Bitcoin slumped as much as 8% to $16.6k, exactly one year from it's $69k top.

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All official FTX Group bankruptcy documents filed with the U.S. Bankruptcy Court can be found online at http://cases.ra.kroll.com/FTX/.

Saturday, November 26, 2022

Sukhvir Singh Deo - Flashback

A Range Rover sped along Lakeshore Road in Oakville in 2013. Checks told cops the driver was Sukhvir Deo and alarm bells went off. CPIC confirmed the information and was accompanied with a request to deliver a “duty to warn”, this is a legal requirement for cops to warn an individual if there was a credible threat to their life. Halton police cops contacted B.C. to get more information about Deo — who had quietly relocated to a mansion in Oakville. Deo called himself a 'trucking executive' but was a well known transnational drug dealer. He was the author of his own fate after foolishly gaining attention at a Raptors game.
There have been no arrests in the June 7, 2016 murder of gangster Sukhvir Singh Deo. Two men wearing construction vests opened fire on Deo as he sat in his Range Rover. He died at the scene.

Deo was whacked weeks after a high profile appearance at a Raptors game.
Sukh Deo had been living in Ontario since 2013 in a palatial home in Oakville.

Larry Amero, Randy Naicker

Sukhvir Singh Deo
Deo was a drug dealer and was scheduled to stand trial after being arrested in October 2013 for trafficking cocaine and possession of property obtained by crime. Investigators seized 3 luxury cars — a Bentley, a Rolls Royce and a Land Rover. He moved to Toronto from Vancouver shortly after the murder of Independent Soldier founder Randy Naicker. His father, Parminder Deo is wanted on an Interpol warrant on drug smuggling and a raft of other charges laid in India.
Randy Naicker was killed on June 25, 2012
Sukhvir Singh Deo was involved in the Wolf Pack gang alliance between the Independent Soldiers and the Hells Angels. He was shot to death near Yonge and Eglinton. He was very close to two original Wolf Pack members — HA Larry Amero and James Riach of the Independent Soldiers. Larry Amero and James Riach were targeted with Red Scorpion leader Jon Bacon in a 2011 hit in Kelowna. Bacon was killed, Amero and Riach survived. It was war between the Wolf Pack and the Dhak-Duhre group.
Don Lyons, Larry Amero, Sukhvir Deo.

Jonathan Bacon in 2008 with Matt Johnston.

Deo was suspected in the May 2012 murder of Duhre associate Gurbinder (Bin) Toor.

Sukhvir Singh Deo
James Riach escaped assassination. He's serving life in the Philippines for drug trafficking.

Jujhar Singh Khun-Khun, Michael Kerry Jones and Jason Thomas McBride were charged with killing Jon Bacon

Leah Hadden-Watts, niece of Hells Angel, Mike “Spike” Hadden was left a paraplegic.
Sandip Duhre was killed with several shots in the face in the lobby of the Sheraton Wall Centre in Vancouver in 2012. He had a $120k bounty on his head.

Rabih (Robby) Alkhalil was charged in the Duhre murder. He is a close associate of HA Larry Amero
Sukh Dhak and his bodyguard Thomas Mantel were killed outside the Executive Hotel in Burnaby in 2013
See ----->Larry Amero, Dean Wiwchar and Rabih Alkhalil in court
See ----->Guilty on all counts - Little Italy shooting killers found guilty

Friday, November 25, 2022

HA Neil 'Nitro' Cantrill pulls 10 years - update

Alberta HA Robert Lowry was attacked in Matsqui Institution by another inmate. Lowry of the Edmonton chapter was not seriously injured after the Nov. 18 attack. Lowry is appealing his 2020 conviction and 2021 sentence of 9 years.

Neil 'Nitro' Cantrill was sentenced to 10 years in jail, while son Stephan Cantrill pulled a six-year term. All were convicted of aggravated assault, kidnapping, extortion, forcible confinement and overcoming resistance. Their crimes took place in Aug 2016. Hope resident Richard Houle grew pot for Neil Cantrill for over a dozen years. When Houle told Cantrill in Dec 2014 that he wanted out of the business, he didn’t think there would be a problem.
There was a problem in Aug 2016, when Houle was kidnapped by Cantrill, son Stephan and Lowry. Houle was brutally beaten and told he would have to sign his house over. Cantrill’s history includes a $1,000 fine for possession of live rattlesnakes.

See ----->Hells Angels Neil 'Nitro' Cantrill busted again

13 arrested in raids on Quebec drug network

300 cops made raids across Quebec and Ontario. The network operated in Montreal, Lanaudière, Mauricie, the Laurentians and Ontario. Raids were a result of an investigation launched by the Montreal police anti-gang squad. Two days of searches returned nearly 1m amphetamine tablets, hundreds of litres of chemicals and 50 kg of meth powder, weapons, other drugs and cash.

Thursday, November 24, 2022

Oz 'bin chickens' get respect for downing toxic cane toads

Few animals are reviled in Oz more than the white ibis. The 'bin chicken' has an iron stomach and scavenges food from anywhere. The native bird is earning respect after it began eating an animal Australians hate even more; the invasive cane toad, a toxic pest.
Introduced in the 1930s, cane toads had no natural predators and their numbers started an exponential rise. The toad's skin contains venom which it releases when threatened, causing most animals that come into contact with it to die. Videos of ibis "playing" with the amphibians emerged. The clever ibis has learned to stress the toad, and then wash off the resulting toxin before consuming it whole. They won't soon run out of chow. There are billions of cane toads and they are prolific ... for every female cane toad it's 70,000 new cane toads each year.

HA leader Salvatore Cazzetta forced into retirement


Quebec media is reporting Salvatore Cazzetta, 67, who was considered influential for more than 30 years, will retire from the HAMC, a move akin to expulsion. Among the most influential actors in organized crime in Quebec for decades, it is said Cazzetta lost support of bikers. Cazzetta had strong ties to the recently released Raynald Desjardins, a force within the Mafia in Montreal.

Recently whacked dealer Maxime Lenoir also had a close connection to Cazzetta. Lenoir was the head of a methamphetamine manufacturing lab. Today there was news of a massive HAMC meth lab bust in Quebec.

See ----->Cocaine importer Maxime Lenoir whacked

Maxime Lenoir

5 HA busted for California killing - update II


Logan Winterton, 37, is charged with murder.
Cops say the bikers were involved in 3 incidents at the Shoreline Amphitheatre over the course of the evening. In addition to the murder, the group beat an off duty cop leaving serious injuries. The bikers then dissuaded a witness from talking to police. Hells Angels were gathered near the Stage Right Cafe when a man walked through their group. Security footage showed Logan Winterton looking at the victim and waving his hands in his direction. The man “walked directly towards” a woman who was the girlfriend of HA Dominic Guardado. The man touched the woman’s shoulder. Juan Gonzalez, 41, of Bakersfield was punched in the back of the head by Logan Winterton and fell face-first on the concrete. Another biker poured beer over the victim’s head and said, "This is what you get motherfucker, for talking shit."

Dominic Guardado, Julio Moran, David Wiesenhaven and Raymond Cunanan
Gonzalez was taken to hospital with a traumatic brain injury where he was taken off life support and died. Five bikers were arrested in connection to a murder and a serious assault on an off-duty cop in Mountain View, California. On the night of June 18, cops were called to the Chris Stapleton concert due to a report of an unresponsive man near the stage. The victim, Juan Gonzalez, died from his injuries about a week later. Cops learned over the next several days that the involved parties knew one another and were associated with the HAMC. Search warrants were served on the homes of each and at the Hells Angels clubhouse in San Francisco.

Busted real good are tuff guys Logan Winterton, 37, Dominic Guardado, 33, Julio Moran, 43, David Wiesenhaven, 38, and Raymond Cunanan, 42.
HA clubhouse on Tennessee Street in San Francisco.