Friday, December 30, 2022

UK man who snorted coke off Pablo Escobar grave goes away for trafficking

British tourist Steven Semmens, 39, was filmed kneeling by and spilling white powder on the grave stone of the notorious cartel boss. Semmens has now been jailed for 13 years and six months, alongside his cohorts, after he was busted in an international drug smuggling ring attempting to bring drugs into South Wales over the pandemic. The cocaine conspirators were sentenced to a total of more than 52 years in jail for peddling the Class A drug. Semmens said his stunt resulted in scores of death threats, causing him to shave his head.
See ----->Pablo Escobar, the Narcos King

Thursday, December 29, 2022

Cesar Emilio Peralta - David Ortiz

Cesar Emilio Peralta
International drug trafficker César Emilio Peralta, 48, has pled guilty to drug trafficking in U.S. federal court and will be sentenced in May. Peralta, known as 'César the Abuser' was accused of ordering the shooting of David Ortiz in a Dominican nightclub. The drug kingpin was never formally charged with the Ortiz shooting. Ten men connected to the shooting of David Ortiz received sentences ranging from five to 30 years. They were handed down by a court in the Dominican Republic. Ortiz was shot in the back at a bar in 2019. News reports speculated that the hit was ordered by Peralta over a love triangle involving Dominican model Maria Yeribell Martinez Garcia.

Cops described the shooting as an organized mob hit on Ortiz, who was shot in the lower back at point blank range as he sat with friends.
When David “Big Papi” Ortiz began his major-league baseball career in 1992 he bought his family a new home with his $10k signing bonus. The two-story brick and stucco house is still owned by Ortiz on the outskirts of the Dominican capital where he grew up.

Dominican prosecutors had claimed that Peralta often leaned on MLB stars in order to launder cash from the proceeds of his cocaine empire.

Wednesday, December 28, 2022

Funeral home owner buys 20 years - sold body parts

Megan Hess
Funeral Home owner Megan Hess, 46, pleaded guilty to fraud in July. She operated a funeral home, Sunset Mesa, and a body parts entity, Donor Services, from the same building in Montrose, Colorado. Her 20 year stretch was the maximum allowed under law. Her mother, Shirley Koch, 69 also pleaded guilty to fraud and was sentenced to 15 years. Her central role was chopping up the bodies. The judge ordered that Hess and Koch be sent to prison immediately.
Hess' lawyer said she has been unfairly vilified as a "witch," a "monster" and a "ghoul," when instead she is actually a "broken human being".

Shirley Koch
26 victims described their horror at discovering what had happened to their loved ones. "Our sweet mother, they dismembered her," Erin Smith said, selling her shoulders, knees and feet for profit. "We don't even have a name for a crime this heinous." Tina Shanon, whose mother was dismembered said "I'll never be OK." Selling body parts such as heads, arms and spines – which is what Hess did – for use in research or education is not regulated by federal law.
Crimes came when the disugusting duo defrauded relatives of the deceased by lying and selling parts without permission.

Mongrel Mob boss Daniel Eliu whacked - update

About 150 Mongrel Mob members and family attended.
There were “no significant issues” at the funeral of Mongrel Mob boss Daniel Eliu. Cops have yet to make an arrest, 11 days on.
Daniel Eliu, 46, was shot dead outside the Papatoetoe Seventh-Day Adventist Church. Cops say the Mongrel Mob boss was “deliberately targeted”. Eliu lead the Mongrel Mob’s Auckland ‘Notorious’ chapter for 4 years.

The alleged killer was subsequently spotted in CCTV footage in the church service Eliu was attending. No arrests have been made.

Tuesday, December 27, 2022

Jamaica reels in 2,000 pounds of cocaine

Jamaica Defence Force (JDF) seized approximately 2,000 pounds of cocaine from a go fast boat. Three people aboard the vessel were arrested.

Monday, December 26, 2022

Drug dealers in Peru get visit from Santa Police

A gang of drug dealers in Peru got a nasty surprise when Santa and a merry band of elves broke down their door, cuffed them and seized their goods. Agents disguised as from the North Pole, complete with helpers, entered the unsafe neighborhood of Surquillo in Lima and made the busts.

Sunday, December 25, 2022

Jordan seizes 1 ton of captagon

Jordan has seized a tonne of amphetamine pills being smuggled in date paste at the border with Iraq. A total of six million pills of the drug known as Captagon were found inside two refrigerated trucks. It was one of the largest haul ever intercepted. Captagon, dubbed "the poor man's cocaine", is produced in huge quantities in Syria, which is now a narco-state. Syrian captagon trade is now worth far more than any legal exports. Skirmishes between the Jordanian military and drug traffickers are more frequent. Jordan soldiers have a shoot-to-kill policy.

See ----->Captagon trade on the rise

Friday, December 23, 2022

TrigglyPuff (Cora Segal) revisited

A girlfriend of the permanent student known to the internet as “Trigglypuff” filed complaints against the journalist who posted video of her friend misbehaving at an April 25, 2016 event at the University of Massachusetts. The woman in the video, revealed to be Hampshire College 'student' Cora Segal, became the center of widespread criticism for her childlike behavior.
Cora Segal didn't actually attend Hampshire College. She attended for one semester and then became a squatter on campus teaching seminars about 'Health and Fat Oppression.'
We can report Trigglypuff now attends University of Wisconsin-Madison.

"Cora is a first year MA student in Gender & Women’s Studies. Her work examines how state and capitalist violence such as borders, policing, prisons, and colonial occupation create what is considered a normative bodymind." Here.

Wednesday, December 21, 2022

DEA seizes enough fentanyl to kill every American

The DEA said it had seized 50.6 million fake prescription pills laced with fentanyl and 10,000 pounds of fentanyl powder during 2022, calling it the equivalent of "more than 379 million potentially deadly doses." The DEA said fentanyl, which caused only a fraction of overdose deaths 10 years ago, is now the "deadliest drug threat facing this country." It was the major cause for the more than 107,000 overdose deaths across the United States from July 2021 to June 2022. At least 71,000 involved fentanyl.

The primary sources of fentanyl in the United States are the Sinaloa and Jalisco Mexican drug cartels. Their fentanyl is manufactured in Mexico with chemicals "largely sourced in China," according to the DEA.

Tuesday, December 20, 2022

MSC denies Bloomberg’s allegations of infiltration by drug Cartel

Bloomberg released an in-depth expose detailing how MSC “became a prime drug-trafficking conduit for Balkan gangs.” MSC issued a statement strongly denying the accusations. The case drew fresh attention this fall when the U.S. nailed Montenegran Goran Gogic for working with the crews and port workers of MSC to move over 20 tons of cocaine. The U.S. charged him not only with masterminding the massive 2019 MSC Gayane seizure, but other smuggling incidents involving additional MSC ships. MSC goes so far as to praise seafarers from Montenegro saying that they are hard-working, honest, and good at their jobs.
See ----->Goran Gogic busted for 22 tons of cocaine

15 years for biker T-shirt shooting

Nikko Pires, 32, was sentenced to 15 years in prison for shooting a member of the Outlaws MC outside Froggy’s Saloon in Daytona Beach in a disagreement over a T-shirt. A jury convicted Pires of aggravated battery with a deadly weapon after the victim was shot 3 times. “He came with three guns and a machete,” the victim said. “He didn’t come to shoot me. He came to kill me."
Its possible Pires could still be looking at 30 years.

Monday, December 19, 2022

Francis 'Cadillac Frank' Salemme dies in prison

Francis “Cadillac Frank” Salemme has died in prison at age 89.
Former New England Mafia don Francis 'Cadillac Frank' Salemme’s last hope for a new trial was dashed when the U.S. Supreme Court declined to hear his appeal last year. Salemme was serving a life sentence for murder at a federal medical prison in Missouri. He was convicted in 2018 on one count of murder of a witness for the 1993 gangland slaying of Boston nightclub owner Steven DiSarro. DiSarro hadn't been seen since 1993. What happened to him was a mystery until his body was found buried behind a mill building at 715 Branch Ave. in Providence.
DiSarro was going to be a witness in a federal investigation against Salemme, but his late son Frank Jr. killed DiSarro as Cadillac Frank watched. Salemme led the New England family of La Cosa Nostra in the early 1990s.

Gambler Howard Ferrini, with daughter Kelly, was murdered in 1991.
On Aug. 22, 1991 cops found the body of Howard Ferrini in the trunk of his Cadillac, which had been parked at the Hub’s Logan Airport in Boston. They got a report about a foul odour coming from the car. One of Ferrini's killers was Kevin Hanrahan. A cold case forensics team found his fingerprints on the bag wrapped around Ferrini’s battered head. Hanrahan was an enforcer for New England’s Patriarca crime family, and his boss was 'Cadillac Frank' Salemme. Hanrahan was gunned down on a Providence street in 1992.
Salemme rose from hitman to boss, then became a rat.In 1995 Salemme was indicted for racketeering and turned rat. He was sentenced to life in 2018.
See ----->Stephen “The Rifleman” Flemmi to Testify at Salemme Trial

Saturday, December 17, 2022

Phil Boudreault revisited

Phil Boudreault goes on with life as a wheelchair bound, partially disabled Ontario Nomad. See Here. In mid-April 2016 then Nomad vice president Phil Boudreault was shot off his bike in Lachute. He was seriously injured with a punctured lung and a bullet fragment that had lodged near his spine. He was reported to be permanently disabled. The shooting was said to be an internal club matter as Quebec HA territory (Sherbrook chapter) had been encroached with no tax being paid.
Martin Bernatchez, head of the Nomads chapter in Ontario was shot three times in August 2016. He recovered. Nobody was charged in either shooting.

See -->Rebuild of Quebec HA
See -->HST = 'Hells Sales Tax'

'Surrey Six' killer Matthew James Johnston dies of cancer in prison

Matthew James Johnston, 38, died of cancer at the North Fraser Pretrial Centre in Port Coquitlam. Johnston and co-accused Cody Rae Haevischer were found guilty of six counts of first-degree murder and one count of conspiracy to commit murder in October 2014. The Red Scorpion gangsters were convicted in the Oct. 19, 2007 executions of Corey Lal, Michael Lal, Eddie Narong and Ryan Bartolomeo, and innocent bystanders Christopher Mohan and Ed Schellenberg. The victims were lying defenceless on the floor in a suite at the Balmoral Tower in Surrey when they were executed.
See ----->Red Scorpion Justin Lee Haevischer whacked

Claude Savoie - Cop corruption revealed 30 years on

Before being transferred to Ottawa, Claude Savoie led the C Division’s Montreal drug-trafficking investigations.
Claude Savoie sat alone in his office at RCMP headquarters in Ottawa on a Monday morning. Savoie felt the walls closing in. Savoie was corrupt. He was taking money from one of the biggest drug traffickers in Canada, Allan 'The Weasel' Ross of the West End Gang. Savoie knew the Fifth Estate was scheduled to air the story. Sometime between 9:15 and 9:20 a.m., he used his service revolver to end his life.
Alan Ross after his 1979 arrest for drug trafficking. Ross paid Claude Savoie $200k in bribes in 1990 and 1991.
The Fifth Estate story was only half the tale. Savoie had several meetings with Ross and with Sidney Leithman, a defence lawyer who acted as middleman for Ross. Savoie revealed the identity of a RCMP informant through Leithman. Leithman was executed weeks later on May 13, 1991. Leithman’s homicide remains unsolved. Savoie's involvement was heavily censored. While Savoie was being bribed by Ross, the RCMP lost a 240kg shipment of cocaine sent by a Colombian drug cartel to the West End Gang. The cocaine vanished after a leak about investigation 'Project Carton/Valpro'.
The leak coincided with a period in April 1991 during which Savoie held three meetings with Leithman before he was killed.

Friday, December 16, 2022

Curtis 'Cocky' Warren freed

Drug lord Curtis 'Cocky' Warren, 59, was released from Whitemoor jail in Cambridgeshire after serving 14 years. Known as Britain's Pablo Escobar, his path was to become synonymous with Escobar - a man who was head of the Medellin Cartel and known as the 'King of Cocaine'. In the late 1980s Warren teamed up with Brian Charrington and headed to Venezuela. The men arranged to import cocaine sealed inside lead ingots, making it difficult for the authorities to detect by X-ray. Curtis Warren rose to become one of the UK's richest men thanks to his drug importation empire.
Warren cut out middle men and dealt with South American cartels direct.
Stephanie Smithwhite, 40, was an officer at HMP Frankland where 'Cocky' was serving time. Smithwhite denied cutting a hole in the pants of her uniform for sexual purposes, but the judge said it was hard to imagine why else it was there. She was handed a sentence of two years.
'Cocky' Warren ran his criminal enterprises from behind bars using mobile phones, but Smithwhite didn't report him. Investigators found they had called each other 213 times in three months.