Thursday, July 11, 2013

Manitoba proceeds of crime seizure



The Brandon Sun is reporting that a series of property seizures yesterday morning are related to a massive drug bust from October. In the October bust, 56 kilograms of marijuana and two kilograms of cocaine were seized along with $2 million worth of ecstasy, marijuana, cocaine and psilocybin.

Lots of names listed so I’m going to have to sort through them to determine if it was a Rock Machine bust or a Hells Angels bust. I’m told even the UN is supplying the RM out that way.

I’m told that a 2007 Ferrari is one of the seized vehicles. Since one of the suspects arrested in the October bust is from Calgary, I have to wonder if it's the Ferrari our Austin Powers friend crashed into the Atlantic ocean a while back. They do say pride cometh before the fall.

Those involved in the property seizure under file number CI13-01-84362 in the Manitoba court registry are: Jayant David Venn, Garret James Dykun, Reid Arnold Dykun, Brian Jace Decosse, Jordon Shields, Kathleen Ruth Matheos and Sean Howe.

8 comments:

  1. There sure is a lot to go through and no different than what is going on in Surrey under the similar uncaught circumstances
    Will you be connecting ALL the DOTS? How are all these connected to CRIME?
    REESE HOLDINGS LTD,
    TORONTO-DOMINION BANK, THE
    ASSINIBOINE CREDIT UNTION LTD, THE
    ALLY CREDIT CANADA LTD,
    BANK OF NOVA SCOTIA, THE
    ROYAL BANK OF CANADA, THE
    JOHN DEERE FINANCIAL INC,
    DIRECTOR OF CRIMINAL PROPERTY AND FORFEITURE, THE
    RESEARCH +++++
    #Surrey - Aggravated Assault Turns into a Homicide Criminal Record going back to 1985 according to RCMP!
    http://bit.ly/1bsJqOU

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  2. I saw those companies and banks listed but I assumed that they were ripped off not part of the criminal activity. Do you have a different interpretation of that data? Have they been accused of laundering drug money like the HSBC?

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    1. Digging, but they must be separated if they are on the other side of the charge list !

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    2. By the way, TD is already being investigated for processing money from the proceeds of crime, so this may well be part of the bigger picture!

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    3. http://news.nationalpost.com/2012/07/27/td-bank-denies-wrongdoing-after-court-convicts-u-s-fraudster-in-7b-ponzi-scheme/
      This is one that started last year, but this year TD and other banks have been named in aiding in the money laundering connected to financing terrorist, that
      connects Russia and its allies - Canadian connection too! You may have heard about this via CBC and excerpts in an interview with a person directly involved!
      Seven years ago, a well known money launderer for BC Authorities arrived in Vernon and I was privy to a high risk threat connected to this person!
      His activities have been very well covered up for obvious reasons, but his bank affiliates LISTS, were shocking!!!
      Nova Scotia has had many associated problems in the past as well.
      Here in Newton Surrey I have witnessed the blatant act of ignoring very nervous persons handing over stacks of $20's, by the hundreds, and NO QUESTIONS WERE ASK.
      The teller shoed signs of not wanting anyone to see her accepting these stacks of paper in all manner of conditions!
      When I put the question silently to a door watch person, it was shrugged off with RED FACE!
      I followed up on this repeated performance and as told that they know it is happening!
      All the Banks are guilty of not following Canadian Banking Rules and Procedures to catch this enormous problem. After all, it is MONEY?!

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    4. http://www.cbc.ca/news/world/story/2013/04/04/ctl-magnitsky.html?autoplay=true
      This is the Russian one just exposed after years of being watched!

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    5. I didn’t realize the TD was also involved in one. I suppose they all must be to some extent just like the casinos. I think ponzi schemes are slightly different than laundering drug money but you’re right in that the bank had to have turned a blind eye to illegal activity to let it slide. That would indeed make them culpable. The Magnitsk affair looks interesting. Crime and corruption alive and well in mother Russia.

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  3. I noticed that Surrey assault had turned into a homicide. Beaten in his own home. That does sound suspicious. Could have been for a drug debt.

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