Thursday, October 17, 2013

Joey Verma found guilty of murder



Castanet is reporting that a jury of his peers has found Joey Verma guilty of the first degree murder of Britney Irving. He is automatically sentenced to life in prison with no possibility of parole for 25 years. I guess that means no one has to shoot him now. Now if we can only address the people that hired him to kill her.

It’s pretty obvious who owned the clone show Britney was running that was busted. The question I have is if Joey had a debt and killed her to wipe out that debt, then why the hell didn’t they save the money and just give Britney some time to work off the loss from the clone show bust? Aside from being ruthless it’s bad business.

There’s much more to discuss including my next campaign but let’s just pause for a moment of silence. The verdict is very much revealing. Yet it doesn’t bring Britney back. Castanet reported that Britney’s mother sobbed as the verdict was read. No doubt she felt relief that justice hadn’t slapped her in the face after the loss of her daughter. Yet as any parent can imagine, it doesn’t bring back her daughter. Although life does not end at death, the life she had left to live was taken from her and will never be replaced. That’s why murder is such a serious offense.

Castanet is reporting that Joey showed no emotion when the verdict was read. Just like he showed no remorse when he saw pictures of her dead body in court. Just like he showed no remorse when he told Mike Roberts not to worries about it claiming she was just a junkie anyways. So now Joey is spending the next 25 years in prison. Don’t worry about it. He had no remorse for Britney. This is why the law has to have a consequence. For people like him who don’t have a conscience.

24 comments:

  1. YES!

    Now Joey can get a promotion from VP to President of the "Kingpin Big House Crew", LOL.

    This should be the point where they sit the lad down and have a chat with him about his future. Something along the lines of telling tales in exchange for doing his entire stretch in PC, vs. keeping him in PC for a year or two while he "co-operates", then putting him out in population as shank bait after they arrest, try, and convict a few HA types based on "his information".

    Was he born in Canada? No? Offer him a sentence reduction to 10 years in exchange for full and complete co-operation on everything he knows, contingent on his agreement to give up his Canadian citizenship and be deported to his country of origin at the conclusion of ten year in prison.

    Or we can just let him do the 25 he earned for himself. That works too.

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  2. Haha..... seriously though I hope his stay is hell, because let's be honest, that's what he deserves.

    Fucking woman murderer. Shot her in the back woman murderer. In the old west that is a coward though and through. Some fucking outlaw.

    Rot in hell.

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  3. Awesome news! But come on, no one hired Verma to kill Irving.

    This was a simple rip off. Lots off shows are independent. The HA definitely do not control all grow ops, even small/medium sized one's like Irving was busted at. The HA are big players and buy at the wholesale level and they control some larger shows, but it was pretty clear that Irving was growing for independents who would then sell to middle men, of which many were mentioned in the trial.

    These middle men then sell to big guys. Irving would have had no direct connection to the top and they wouldn't have given a crap about her or the fact that her show was busted.

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    1. I agree it’s great news but come on yourself. If Joey ripped her off he would have been ripping off the Hells Angels. To think that he killed her because he was simply ripping her off is ridiculous.

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    2. If you knew Joey you would know that he was so arrogant and would rip off the HA because he thinks he's untouchable. That is what he did; he sat on the weed and then moved it out of province. He's a greedy bastard plain and simple!

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    3. forreal67: That is absurd and untrue. He is greedy and selfish but he didn’t rip off the Hells Angels. Look at the dollar value of the drugs he was trafficking after her murder. Those weren’t independent dealers. He continued working for the Hells Angels because they promised to reward him with a position in the Kingpin Crew. He would not have got that VP tattoo without someone’s permission and he didn’t get it from Dale. It had to have come from further up the food chain. The fact that he continued to work for the Hells Angels after her murder is proof he didn’t rip them off.

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  4. The verdict is in..the facts are out. Maybe NOW his G/F will realize who he is...protect her daughter from him and make a new life for herself. Wake up KIM...you were lying in bed with a murderer ....who was lying in bed with lots of other people. Be a good person, mother and protect your daughter.

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  5. How about a guess... just a random guess..

    HA financed the clone house through a 'silent partner / puppet gang' relationship.'

    House is busted and to keep Brittney around (rehab talk was flowing freely) her legal fees would be covered.

    They needed someone to collect on the debt - so to eliminate evidence such as DNA they had to be sexually active. To eliminate questioning why the sudden contact it had to be someone she was already dealing with.

    BINGO - JOEY has a 'heavy' to do. Now how do we collect a debt to the HA without ripping the HA off. Well Brittney was a long time interior BC woman who had many friends in the business. A little motivation and she could reach out to her 'feelers' and collect some product quickly.

    Think of this - Just busted with legal fees covered and a place to live being paid for. Off to rehab and needing some 'departure' cash. HOME FREE?
    Well that would be a great reason to scramble and collect from a few independent growers to put a pack together that would make a quick 5K going away bonus.

    Joey needs to set it up just right - Big promotion coming his way. 50+ lbs is 100K+ and he gets to reach out and flex the muscle of the BRM/HA/81 etc etc etc...

    They have gone shooting before - they have gone quading / hiking before - they have brokered deals before. Things are set up and the bosses 'watch how it plays out'.

    Its a hectic deal.

    Joey was nervous and put allot of pressure on Britt to come through ?! He knew what was at stake. - She was in a hectic state as this is her 'Retirement' deal.

    She scrambles and gets enough from the independents to make it work. Brittney is murdered and the independents are upset but won't do much - they are scared. The Big Red Machine has flexed their power once again.

    Loose ends unravel the whole plan - its up to Joey to keep his mouth shut. With a reputation and a promotion he is off for 25 years while his family is taken care of. He recruits the scum of the earth and the machine grows some more.

    HA have once again gained more power and money and fear - by using fear.

    Just a guess...

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    1. Her legal fees weren’t covered. That’s why she was scrambling to make this big deal. It wasn’t a retirement deal because it wasn’t enough money. It was just enough to put food on the table. She only made $100 per pound. 50 pounds times $100 is only $5,000. Certainly not enough to retire on. Only enough to cover rehab. Not enough to make it worth killing someone for either. The 50 pounds was not from independent growers.

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  6. Are you writing a novel?? He's already forgotten about by anyone of any importance in his world. There will be no one taking care of his family. You might want to lighten up on the "Sons of Anarchy"

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    1. This statement is pretty callous, not to mention not well thought out.

      He is not forgotten about by anyone who knew him (unless that individual was that psychotically insane). Least of all by his parents. To his parents I can assure you they think of him in the terms they spent time with him - as a child they took to school, helped with homework, watched play, bought birthday and Christmas presents for, saw smile, take his first steps and say his first words. As he got older and became tempted by the underworld that is a part of him they would never see. I can assure you they fall asleep every night wondering what exactly they did wrong to make him this way and what they could have done differently as well as every waking moment they are not occupied.

      The same thing goes for the other victim here, Britney.

      The main point however, is, even if he was forgotten, the fact is Britney is not.

      Maybe a book deserves to be written about this. However, it would not be a novel, that would denote fiction. If there was one being written, I am sure a LOT more facts about this case would come to light. I am sure there are a LOT of people who would be more than happy to give information about the involvement of those who avoided being implicated through Joey not testifying or having any witnesses brought who could be cross examined.

      The simple fact he just sat there and accepted what was happening to him and did not try to defend himself in any way, shape or form is telling. It screams to the fact that he was told not to.

      Whether or not his family will receive anything (and we know they will not) they will be left alone. Maybe.

      There is "love and respect" in action ...

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  7. What ever happened to the 50 lbs of weed? I assume Joey never had the $100,000 and he must have sold the weed to someone else.

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    1. He didn’t sell it to someone else. The same people bought it as planned. Joey would have only made $5,000 if it was about ripping Britney off. Not enough to kill someone.

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  8. Funny thing agent faggot u think ppl didn't see u at the court house and everyone saw u talkin on ur phone and wow guess what everyone has cameras on there phones and don't thnk ur face is gona get plastered all over the Internet like Youve done ...it's time for u to answer to ur mouth and Internet hideout bs take care good luck and I don't care if u post this or reply its payback

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    1. I think most would consider that a threat.

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  9. Agent k. If all these idiots threaten u wouldn't u have it publicly show your name. The police can't charge someone with uttering threats to some computer alias known as agent k correct ??? That's like someone threading Hugh Hackman right back and him trying to charge them right ??

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    1. Correct. A police officer would have to know my real name for me to press charges. However, I have no intent on charging him for threats. Sticks and stones.

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    2. Agent K is Tommy Lee Jones, correct? It's obvious by looking at the profile picture.

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  10. Nothing better than internet threats. What's taking so long for the pics to come out?

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    1. Some are floating around. However Hugh is full of it. No one saw me talking on my cell outside court in Kelowna because I don't have a cell. They're too easy to track and aren't very private. Have you seen all those text messages produced as evidence in court?
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  11. What about all those other dirt bags threading u or that weasel u worked with u were saying. If the cops charged them wouldn't your name publicly come out in court ?? Cause u can't really charge someone with threating your alias can u ?? And can u charge them if u wanted ??

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    1. Yes. Victims names are frequently protected by publication bans. I recently spoke with one cop who was so fed up with the threats against me he wanted me to give him the word so he could kick their door in and seize their computer hard drive. I told him not to worry as I'm after bigger fish.

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  12. But the person the cops or u charge I'm sure they would get your name correct ?? Doesn't sound very legit by charging someone that threatened some fake name ? Lol or I'm sure there lawyer could rip that apart In court no ??

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    1. Perhaps but the cop I spoke with was sure eager to kick in their door and seize their computer without giving him my real name. Just a search warrant with a name protected by publication ban.

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