Friday, March 1, 2013
The Red Scorpion Butterfly Queen
Speaking of the Hells Angels in Kelowna, here’s a picture of a Hells Angel associate from the Red Scorpions in Kelowna named Shawn Kukelka. We remember how the Bacon brothers messed up the Red Scorpions and how their new logo looks like a cheap Karate school at Red Lobsters.
Well now we have a guy out of prison for trafficking Heroin who's repin the Red Scorpions in Kelowna. He’s posing for pictures trying to look like all hardcore gangster with pictures of butterflies on the wall. I kid you not. These pictures are not photoshopped. A blog reader sent them in and said look at the butterflies on the wall in this guy’s pictures.
I know the Rock played the Scorpion King but this guy looks like the Red Scorpion Butterfly Queen. Some people’s kids. Get this, when he pulls his dress up you can see his Nazi swastika tattoos. I’m sure the Mexican cartel that supplies their cocaine will love those.
Interestingly, I'm told that Larry Pace, "Lars" lives in Kelowna now. In the book Road to Hell, it claims Larry killed William Wendelborg in a contract hit ordered by Wolf Carroll’s associate Paul Wilson out in David Giles hometown of Halifax. They knocked him out with a baseball bat and injected him with a lethal dose of cocaine. Larry plead guilty to accessory to murder and served ten years. Less statutory release of course.
Turns out Lars’ lake view lot has sold at 2592 Butt Road West Kelowna after that unfortunate house fire. Kinda amusing you can still see an open gas can in the garage with the nozzle still on it. Isn’t that ironic.
On a matter of personal privilege, I would like to point out that the Butterfly Queen does in fact have an extensive criminal record for drug trafficking, assault and possession for the purpose of trafficking in Kelowna that is posted online. He was also convicted of theft and fraud in Edmonton. After his third conviction for heroin trafficking the judge said Shawn just wasn’t getting it. Anyone can change but the first step in changing is to stop lying and face the truth.