Tuesday, January 15, 2013

BC Bud in the Big Apple



The New York Post is reporting that Jimmy “Cosmo” Cournoyer supplied New York with BC Bud through the Hells Angels. One of Cournoyer’s biggest customers in New York City was reputed Bonanno crime-family associate John “Big Man” Venizelos.

The pot supply under his domain was transported in motor homes and trucks across Canada with the help of the Hells Angels, officials said. The motorcycle gang and the Montreal mob then smuggled the pot from Quebec into upstate New York, then into a Brooklyn warehouse.

Millions of dollars generated by the marijuana sales were eventually used to buy cocaine from Joaquin Guzmán Loera, the leader of the notorious Sinaloa drug cartel - with the sale of the coke further financing the marijuana operation in Canada. That coke was smuggled north into Canada where it was resold - with part of the profits underwriting the massive marijuana pipeline supplying New York City. Get off the crack! It's in the Vancouver Province as well.

When they say the Montreal Mafia do they mean the Rizzutos or the Calabrians? Please advise.

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  1. When they say Montreal mafia they mean Mafia. They are 1.

    The Rizzutos were the management level and under them was a mix of scilians, calabrians, Quebecers, etc. They all work together and use eachother if they can. I'm not quite sure you grasp the way the Mafia or underworld in Montreal works, you are to busy blaming HA for everything. Picture a company. Rizzutos are the board of directors and you have managers. Each manager runs they're own team and pays up to board. The board resoves issues and brings people together for big operations. 1 of the factions wanted to be board of directors so they started taking out the Rizzutos under the approval of clans outside of Montreal. Once Vito's dad, son, brother in law and Agostino Cuntrera were gone a power vacuum happen and they started fighting amongst eachother. Different clans felt they should be the ones to step up. Some loyal to Money and some loyal to the Rizzutos.

    Cuntrera was just as big of a hit as Vito's dad, he wielded power on a level comparable to Vito but didn't want the big guy spot, he was saving it for Vito and he paid with his life for it.

    I could go on all day about whats going on over there but at the end of the day we don't know shit.

    Sources say that Vito hooked back up with the HA and Greg Wooley. As I've told you in the past, HA isn't attacking the Rizzutos. They are attacking the street level gangs and doing exactly what they did in the 90's. Comply or die. All the independent guys are getting shaken down and forced to buy from the HA. Rizzuto and his contacts will be supplying them. Business as usual.
    http://www.lapresse.ca/actualites/201301/16/01-4612028-vito-rizzuto-senvole-vers-le-sud.php

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    1. Clearly they're not one. Somebody is knocking off Rizzutos left right and centre. I am told locals in Quebec think it's the Calabrians from Hamilton. It is my opinion that the Hells Angels in Ontario are doing business with the Calibrians in Hamilton just like they are working with the Rizzutos in Montreal. To me that's a conflict of interest. It's quite possible Vito hooked back up with Wooley and the HAs. Just remember the HAs betray everyone they do business with for the almighty dollar. Including Wooley.

      Yes I have a thing for the Hells Angels. They are the largest cocaine suppliers in the country which gets sold as crack on the street. I have a problem with that. First we had the Rob Shannon bust, then we had the Washington bust tied to Randy and Trevor Jones at TBarz, now we have a BC Bud in New York City bust. Clearly this proves my concerns are valid. If you have Larry Amero doing business in Montreal, you have a liar and back stabber. Mark my word. I don't know about Montreal but I do know about him.

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  2. More than likely the Rizzutos if you look at the timeline the investigation started which is at the beginning of 2006.So the Rizzutos were still in power.

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