Cosimo Ernesto Commisso whacked - Wolfpack Suspected
There are only two ways in or out of Castlepoint Dr. in Woodbridge, a quiet residential street where Cosimo Ernesto Commisso, 33, and his girlfriend, Chantelle Almedia, 26, were murdered last week. Investigators are gathering video cam and home security video along the street since the shooting, hoping for evidence. Commisso was related to Cosimo (The Quail) Commisso of Siderno, Italy, considered to be a top 'Ndrangheta organized crime boss. Some of his Canadian relatives had clashed with the Wolfpack gang. There were two credible death threats against other men in the Commisso family in York last year, and they declined police protection.
Mihale LeventisThe threats came as the Wolfpack aligned itself with enemies of the GTA 'Ndrangheta. The killer on Friday morning was waiting for the couple to arrive in a white Mazda SUV. Almedia's body was found in the Mazda while Cosimo Ernesto Commisso was on the driveway. Cosimo Ernesto Commisso clashed in 2016 with Anastasios (Tassos) Leventis, the brother of drug trafficker Mihale Leventis, well connected to the Wolfpack. Anastasios Leventis was murdered in a brazen daylight hit in January 2017.
Chantelle Almeida
See ----->Giovanni "Johnny" Commisso nailed for contraband tobacco
See ----->Cosimo Commisso nailed in “Project Briscola”
Wolfpack Realtor Omid Mashinchi Busted
Former Vancouver realtor Omid Mashinchi, 35, is behind bars in the U.S. charged with international money laundering. He appeared in a Boston courtroom last month and was ordered held. Mashinchi started at least three companies in B.C. since 2006, all related to the real estate industry. Mashinchi has been associating with B.C. gangsters for years, including leasing condos that were used both as stash houses and as residences.

Omid Mashinchi and fugitive Mo Rahimi

B.C.’s anti-gang Combined Forces Special Enforcement Unit has also come across Mashinchi and his properties in recent years. For many years he has been associated to the Wolf Pack. Mashinchi faces no criminal charges in B.C. nor has any criminal record here.

He was a realtor with the Royalty Group from April 2009 until June 2016, when he voluntarily gave up his licence. Despite not having a licence, Mashinchi has continued to lease condos through the 'Residence Club'. Or Here, or Here

The “club” operates out of a townhouse at 867 Richards, three doors down from a similar unit that Mashinchi bought last year for over $1.5m.
Wolf Pack gangster gets three years, but will be free in weeks
Bruce Davis, 38, was described by the Crown as the leader of the Kamloops faction of the Wolf Pack gang alliance. The Wolf Pack is a coalition of gangsters from the Hells Angels, Independent Soldiers and Red Scorpions. He pleaded guilty to possession of a restricted firearm.
Davis had been facing 17 additional drug and firearm related charges but they were stayed.
Court heard the police raid on May 26, 2016 turned up more than $25,000 in cash, drugs and a number of firearms — including some hidden in an attic. One gun seized was a Tec-9 with a 13-inch silencer. Two others were loaded “ghost guns,” which are built illegally with no traceable markings.

Davis’ gun, a rare .25-calibre pistol, was found in a box containing his wallet and passport. The judge sentenced Davis to 33 months in prison, but credited him with all but 28 days of that sentence for time served since his arrest.

HA Larry Amero arrested and charged in 2012 murder plots
High profile HA Larry Amero, 40, was arrested in Ottawa and will be brought to B.C. to face conspiracy charges. Convicted hitman Dean Michael Wiwchar, 32, has also been charged with one count of murder in Sandip Duhre’s January 2012 assassination, as well as conspiracy to commit the murder of Sukhveer Dhak in November 2012. Wiwchar was recently injured in a stabbing inside federal prison.

Rabih “Robby” Alkhalil was already facing charges in the Duhre murder and has made several B.C. court appearances. Both Wiwchar and Alkhalil were convicted last year of first-degree murder for the June 2012 execution of John Raposo in Toronto’s Little Italy.

Dean Wiwchar
After the Jonathon Bacon murder, police issued repeated public warnings that anyone connected to the Dhak-Duhre group could be targeted. A few months later Duhre was shot to death at the Sheraton Wall Centre in downtown Vancouver.

The violent conflict continued and in November 2012, Dhak and Thomas Mantel were gunned down outside a Burnaby hotel.

Larry Amero a free man
High profile Wolfpack leader Larry Amero has seen his trafficking case thrown out under the Jordan Rule. The 40-year-old has been in jail since his arrest in Montreal in November 2012 as a prime target in Project Loquace. Amero grew up in Vancouver, joined the Hells Angels in 2002 and became a full-patch member of the White Rock chapter in 2005. Before his arrest, he joined the West Point chapter, now operating out of a Langley home.

Donny Lyons, Larry Amero, Sukh Deo
Amero, along with Tom Gisby, were long considered among the largest wholesale drug dealers in Canada. Amero forged his gang links into a massively successful and hugely profitable business across Canada. Police said they found documentation showing millions of dollars in drug transactions.

It was reported he was moving 75kg of cocaine per week.
Wolfpack alliance fingered in GTA violence
There have been over a dozen unsolved shootings, explosions and killings in Ontario this year as the result of a power struggle that was sparked off by the December 2013 death of Vito Rizzuto, who was long regarded as Canada’s most powerful mobster. The leadership vacuum has attracted newcomers who are eager to challenge the old guard. It has also triggered intense infighting inside what’s left of the old Rizzuto organization in Ontario.

The genesis of the Wolfpack was the Hells Angels, the Red Scorpions and the Independent Soldiers, who formed an alliance against the Duhre/Dhak group and some United Nations gang members in B.C. While the Dhak/Duhre group has lost strength with the execution of their respective leaders, the UN gang remains well entrenched.

Angelo Musitano was fatally shot in May.

Cosimo (The Quail) Commisso
The Wolfpack is a rapidly evolving group disrupting established organized crime. Their members don’t have blood or ethnic ties or a code of conduct or even a rigid hierarchy. They’re generally young and tech savvy.

In contrast, the ’Ndrangheta is steeped in a highly structured, quasi-religious criminal tradition. The violence is between the newcomers aligned with the Wolfpack, and the old guard in the ’Ndrangheta. The Commisso clan has a branch in the Greater Toronto Area, which is part of the wider Siderno Group.

Larry Amero
Mexican drug cartels have expanded their influence in Canada and have connected with the new aggressive groups like the Wolfpack, providing them limitless access to drugs. The violence between the newcomers aligned with the Wolfpack, and the old guard in the ’Ndrangheta, isn’t expected to end anytime soon, as the Wolfpack has aligned itself with enemies of ’Ndrangheta. Last month police warned two York Region men who are considered senior members of the Commisso family that there are credible threats on their lives. The men declined police protection.
Jarrod Bacon back behind bars - 'Danger to Society'
Notorious gangster Jarrod Bacon has had his parole revoked after drinking in a strip club with a fellow (HA related) criminal and then giving police a false identity. Dumbarse Bacon’s earlier parole conditions mandate that he not associate with criminals or enter a drinking establishment. After Bacon was arrested and sat in the police car he became aggressive, attempting to kick out the windows. He then claimed he blacked out and remembers nothing. Riiiight. Apparently he thought his parole conditions were all a big joke. One assumes he isn't laughing now.

Bacon was sentenced to 12 years behind bars for conspiring to traffic up to 100 kilograms of cocaine in 2009.
See ----->http://gangstersoutt.blogspot.ca/2017/03/jarrod-bacon-released-into-secret.html
The Wolfpack first started in 2011, when three main gang leaders came together to start a business alliance: the Bacon brothers from the Red Scorpions, Larry Amero from the Hell’s Angels and James Riach from the Independent Soldiers.

The first watershed moment in the larger conflict came with the murder of Gurmit Dhak, who was shot in the face, execution style, in an SUV in October 2010 at a parking lot of the Metrotown Shopping Centre. This started a long string of retaliation and tit-for-tat violence in the Lower Mainland.
In August 2011 Red Scorpions’ leader Jonathan Bacon was killed in Kelowna (Hells Angels’ Larry Amero and Independent Soldiers’ James Raich were injured) Conflict pitted the United Nations gang and all the remnants and allies of the Dhak-Duhre group against the Wolfpack.

It was revealed in court documents that James Riach was one of the gang members in a downtown Vancouver hotel bar when Sandip Duhre was killed there in January 2012.
Sukhvir Singh Deo - Independent Soldiers, Wolf Pack - Shot Dead
Sukh Deo had been living in Ontario since 2013 and lived in a palatial home in Oakville.
Larry Amero, Randy Naicker

Sukhvir Singh Deo
Sukhvir Deo was involved in drug dealing and was scheduled to stand trial in January 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
Former Vancouver gangster Sukhvir Singh Deo, 34, who was gunned down in Toronto June 7 had been involved in the Wolf Pack gang alliance between the Independent Soldiers and the Hells Angels. He was shot to death just before 3 p.m. near the busy intersection of Yonge and Eglinton.

Deo was close to two original Wolf Pack members — Hells Angel Larry Amero and James Riach of the Independent Soldiers.

Don Lyons, Larry Amero, Sukhvir Deo

Jonathan Bacon in 2008 with Matt Johnston.
Larry Amero and James Riach were targeted along with Red Scorpion leader Jon Bacon in a 2011 shooting in Kelowna. Bacon was killed, Amero and Riach survived. After the shooting, Wolf Pack members were in conflict with the Dhak-Duhre group.
Deo’s name surfaced in connection with the May 2012 murder of Duhre associate Gurbinder (Bin) Toor.

Paramedics work on Larry Amero

James Riach escaped assassination

Jujhar Singh Khun-Khun, along with Michael Kerry Jones and Jason Thomas McBride are charged with the slaying of 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 $ 120,000 bounty on his head.

Rabih (Robby) Alkhalil was charged in the Duhre murder. He is a close associate of Hells Angel Larry Amero

Sukh Dhak and his bodyguard Thomas Mantel were killed outside the Executive Hotel in Burnaby in 2013

See ----->http://gangstersoutt.blogspot.ca/2016/06/the-wolfpack-alive-and-well.html


Jonathan Bacon
It’s been nearly five years since the head of the Red Scorpions gang, Jonathan Bacon, was gunned down in Kelowna, but his name is still being brought up today. That’s because of a different gang Bacon was a part of, called The Wolfpack. The group first started in 2011, when three main gang leaders came together to start a business alliance: Bacon, from the Red Scorpions, Larry Amero from the Hell’s Angels and James Riach from the Independent Soldiers.

“The coming together of those three main leaders was the beginning of the Wolfpack,” Staff Sgt. Lindsey Houghton of the Combined Forces Special Enforcement Unit says.

Larry Amero

James Riach
The investigation into the ‘The Wolfpack’ led to a residence in Surrey last month. Kamloops RCMP obtained a search warrant for the residence, where Oxycodone pills, seven pounds of Marijuana and cocaine was found. Some of the pills contained fentanyl. Michael Ross, a 27-year-old man, was arrested at the scene and has been charged with possession for the purpose of trafficking and possession of a firearm when prohibited. Two days before that on May 26, police arrested Christopher Pace and Bruce Davis in Kamloops. Davis was found with a .45 calibre handgun, .25 calibre handgun and a Tec 9 automatic.

The 'Wolfpack' dominates the Kamloops drug trade.

Seized Independent Soldiers gear
Kamloops RCMP say during raid on a home in Agassiz on June 2, 2016 by officers from the Targeted Enforcement Unit, Agassiz and Chilliwack seized 17 firearms, including two folding stock rifles, two sawed-off shotguns, ammunition, scopes and magazines.

No arrests were made during the execution of the search warrant, but charges are expected to be laid. On June 1 RCMP announced the results of a four month investigation into the gang which resulted in 10 arrests and the seizure of drugs, guns and ammunition.

Jody York with Jayme Russell former Kamloops leader of the Independent Soldiers

Jon Bacon Murder Trial to be held without Jury
The trial of three men charged with the murder of Jon Bacon in Kelowna five years ago will be heard by a judge with no jury. That's unusual for murder cases but both the Crown and defence have agreed to it.

Bacon was killed in August 2011 when his Porsche Cayenne SUV was riddled with bullets outside the Delta Grand Hotel in Kelowna. A masked gunman armed with an automatic weapon opened fire.
Jujhar Khun-Khun, Jason Thomas McBride and Michael Hunter Jones have been charged with murder and attempted murder in the mid-day execution. The trial is scheduled to start next May, and is expected to last ten months.

A high-security court room has been built and the cell blocks upgraded at a cost of about $4 million to accommodate the trial.
WolfPack member Dustin Wadsworth dead of apparent overdose
Dustin Wadsworth, convicted last year for trafficking, died Tuesday of a suspected overdose. Wadsworth was closely associated to the WolfPack gang alliance. Hells Angel Damion Ryan and other associates have been posting their condolences on social media.

Wadsworth was arrested in October 2014 after police seized 10 ounces of cocaine. His home was searched and police found $57,000 cash, cutting agents, drug paraphernalia and ecstasy pills. At the time Wadsworth was on bail on drug charges when he and Arash Younus were caught with $250,000 worth of drugs.

Damion Ryan
Staff Sgt. Lindsey Houghton said that “it appears that Dustin Wadsworth, like many others associated to the often dangerous gang and drug world, has fallen victim to the same products that have claimed so many other lives. It doesn’t matter if you’re a long-time drug dealer, a hardened gang member, or a teenager experimenting with drugs for the first time, no one is immune to their potentially deadly effects”
"One gang’s name keeps resurfacing, the Wolf Pack"
Pick a motive, any motive, for the mob violence in Hamilton. Vendettas and retaliation are based on history, but at stake is control of the lucrative underworld businesses from Niagara to Montreal. The Musitanos, who are Calabrian, linked their organization with Montreal’s boss Vito Rizzuto, a Sicilian, who had long vied to control underworld markets in the Golden Horseshoe. Pat Musitano was introduced to Vito Rizzuto in October 1997.

Magaddino crime family
The Musitanos were enveloped by the Rizzuto family expanding into Ontario after it broke from its subservient role as a wing of New York’s Bonanno Crime Family. Ontario was then under the auspices of the Stefano Magaddino Crime Family of Buffalo — through Carmen Barillaro and Johnny Papalia.

One gang’s name keeps resurfacing, the Wolf Pack. It spread from B.C. and made ties to the remnants of the Rizzuto crime family, which has been showing muscle in the GTA and Montreal.

Carmen Barillaro
It appears the Calabrian ‘Ndrangheta in Toronto, which covets the Quebec drug market, has been pushing back. One organized crime expert says the conflict is as close to “an all-out drug war as you can get.”

A string of unsolved murders are believed connected to the feud, including Sukhvir “Sukh” Deo, 35, who was gunned down June 2016, and 39-year-old Anastasios Leventis who was shot dead in January.