Monday, November 26, 2012

Vernon Greeks found guilty of murder



Speaking of Hell Angels violence tied to the drug trade, five members and associates of the Vernon Greeks were finally convicted by jury of murder and manslaughter. We remember the Vernon Greeks. The high profile bust and trial has been riddled with gory violence. We knew they couldn’t be operating in Vernon without the permission and supply of the Hells Angels. As a result, police found Hells Angels support gear in their possession.

Marnuik was hunted down and taken to a building in Vernon that the gang called "the office" where he was beaten with a hammer and burned with a blow torch. Let’s not forget that the office on Fairweather Road was owned by Zenon Stepkowski whom police confirm is an associate of the Calgary chapter of the Hells Angels. Thus the Calgary Hells Angels support gear found on site.

So no word on Zenon being charged. Is he still doing business as usual in Salmon Arm? What about that lawyer that was initially charged and had a no contact order with the Hells Angels as a bail restriction? Were those chargers dropped as well?

The sad thing is, although the conviction is good news, right after they were busted Brock Palfrey set up shop who one source claims was also working for the Hells Angels. Evidently he used the same smuggling route across the Saskatchewan-Montana border and into B.C. So again, one violent puppet group gets busted and another sets up shop and gets busted while the ringleaders are still free doing business as usual. Well except for Skellator of course. That’s one piece of good news.

The thing we still need to discuss is the deranged level of violence associated with the Greeks and all the puppet clubs that sell drugs for the hells angels: torture, dismemberment, decapitations. We need some serious time with Dr. Phil. We need to talk about what kind of unresolved issues lead to these sick acts. They aren’t normal. They are deranged. They are the sign of a sick mind with unresolved issues. We need to talk about that and we need to talk about why we would wear a support shirt supporting that. It’s like wearing a shirt that says support Charles Manson or support Clifford Olsen. It means we need professional help.

15 comments:

  1. "Gangster Sukh Dhak and his bodyguard shot to death in Burnaby hotel."

    METRO VANCOUVER -- "After months of well-publicized threats to his life, gangster Sukh Dhak and his bodyguard Thomas Mantel were shot to death in a brazen targeted execution at a busy Burnaby hotel Monday morning."

    "Sources in both law enforcement and organized crime confirmed to The Vancouver Sun that it was Dhak and his constant companion Mantel who were slain in front of shocked workers at the Executive Hotel on the Lougheed Highway about 11:30 a.m."

    "Both men were well-known to police and those involved in the B.C. gang scene."

    "Dhak, 28, is currently on trial in B.C. Supreme Court for conspiracy and trafficking ecstasy back in 2008. The trial had been adjourned Friday until this morning."

    http://tinyurl.com/d5beqf9 (VancouverSun)

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    1. Another public execution tied to the Hells Angels. They need to seize all of their clubhouses.

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  2. AK: "We need some serious time with Dr. Phil. We need to talk about what kind of unresolved issues lead to these sick acts. They aren’t normal. They are deranged..."

    Yeah, yes.

    I just talked to one poor girl, on the pipe & so on Surrey's streets. She said, "The worst thing about my life, and Surrey; is the violence. It's terrible here."

    I have no reason to dis-believe her first-hand knowledge. It's pretty incredible; ONE ten-dollar debt, and you're maybe even in Hospital. No lie. People are getting smacked around & punched out; all the time, over anything.

    Think Mexico.

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    1. The extreme violence used against addicts for drug debts is disturbing. Handing out a free crack pipe doesn’t protect them from that. Driving a new SUV paid for with that kind of blood money is shameful.

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  3. I found this account of a major bust; but only in the commuter throw-away *Metro*:

    "Major Drug Bust In Southern Interior."

    "Mounties in Kelowna & the Boundary region are hinting @ a major drug bust. Officers aren't releasing exact details...Kelowna RCMP made the bust in co-operation with the Feds & other Forces..."

    No link yet...



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    1. I believe this is the bust to which you refer...

      http://www.castanet.net/edition/news-story-83815-1-.htm#83815

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  4. Thanks, truthseeker, I'm sure you're right...

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  5. AK: "We need some serious time with Dr. Phil. We need to talk about what kind of unresolved issues lead to these sick acts. They aren’t normal. They are deranged..."

    Yeah, yes.

    "A “suicide pact” involving 30 youths arose in Vancouver’s inner city largely because native children are segregated by racially selective social programs, aboriginal support workers say."

    "Although the native-only programs are designed to be culturally sensitive, they have ended up creating “social service ghettos,” said Scott Clark, who works for an organization that supports native families in the urban core. Mr. Clark said news of the suicide pact first emerged on Facebook in September, triggering intervention by a special team involving police and government social workers, who swooped in to disrupt the group’s plans."

    "Ambrose Williams, an aboriginal youth leader with Mr. Clark’s organization, said he often hears from young people that they don’t like being pushed into programs that are for natives only. “We don’t like being separated into aboriginal organizations,” he said."

    http://tinyurl.com/cdrrhr2 (Globe&Mail)

    So-called, "multiculturalism" does NOT work; the natives I know, don't want to be shunted off to a sweat-lodge or a Shaman ceremony. They are no different than ourselves. They want, & need, modern medicine and high-tech as much as anyone. But the PC whites keep trying to keep them in *Native Only* schools, which *apartheits* them, as they themselves have said, in the article...

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  6. You say multiculturalism doesn't work but then you say Natives should be integrated in public schools with everyone else. That is multiculturalism.

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    1. No, integration = "melting pot". Multiculturalism = keep identifying people by ethnicity and discourage assimilation.

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    2. I'm not sure where you guys are getting that definition from. That's like saying a Scottish guy isn't allowed to wear a kilt on Robby Burns day or whenever else he wants.

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    3. If he was wearing a kilt every day of the year it might be a sign that he was not assimilating. One or twice a year to cultural events is different than shuffling through Surrey 15-20 years after you immigrate in full on native dress and never learning functional English is a product of multiculturalism. Where we get the definition is very simple, "many/multi(more than one) culture, in the same (interactive) location. Pretty simple.

      Melting pot means you don't forget where you came from, but you fit in and become a Canadian or an American. You begin to act as a member of the society/country you have adopted.

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    4. Ah but melting pot is American and the rest of us are in Canada which is the mosaic. Personally I like the mosaic better then the melting pot. Assimilation is so mechanical. I really don't have a problem if an Indo Canadian wants to wear a traditional outfit any time of the year. The young women in all those silk outfits looks kinda cool. Likewise if a brother from West Africa wants to wear a traditional outfit and go to town on his djembe then I'm totally down with that. I might just pull up a chair and join right in. Especially if he's doing it at Second Beach in Stanley park. I don't understand what the concern is. I like diversity and prefer the mosaic. Someone else's culture doesn't diminish mine. If a Muslim woman wants to cover her head, that looks classy. Similar to what an Indo Canadian woman would wear. The ninja head piece is a little bit weird but to each their own.

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  7. Canada used to be a melting pot as well. PC Multiculturalism is a construct of the socialists who have done such damage to both the US and Canada in the last 50 years. Europeans were sold on that idea as well and only recently, after years of immigration policies destructive to their national identities have they finally begun to wake up and realize they have been a party to a cultural suicide pact.

    Both Merkel and Sarkozy (Germany and France) have recently stated, after decades of saying and doing otherwise, that "multiculturalism does not work". And why should it? Different people have different ways of thinking, different ideals, and different concepts of freedom and what is socially acceptable. Yet all that must be done is for those who hate the country and culture that spawned them to cry "Racist!", and they cave in. Those who stand for nothing will fall for anything.

    Someone else's culture doesn't diminish yours, huh? In it's own country it doesn't. In yours absolutely it does. In direct proportion to the amount of it. It's definitional that this is so. Small communities become large over time, especially when they reproduce in numbers much larger than the host culture.

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  8. Whatever. I just don't get it and I don't think I want to either. It's a different school of thought that I rather not be a part of. I was taught in school about the American melting pot and the great Canadian mosaic. At the time I felt the same way as I do now. I rather be a part of a mosaic because assimilation in a melting pot seems so robotic. I don't see it as having anything to do with socialism. If anything I would see assimilation being a part of socialism. Everyone blends into one and you are not allowed to wear religions or cultural clothing of your choice. In New York they had guys walking around dressed like orthodox Jews. In Ireland they had women walking around dressed as nuns. Neither bothers me in the slightest.

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