Sunday, October 12, 2014

Jamie Bacon accused of ordering hit on Dennis Karbovanec



A blog reader recently referred to this and despite it's significance and relevance I had entirely missed it. The Abby news reported that on Dec. 31, 2008: Dennis Karbovanec survived a targeted shooting in Mission at an undisclosed location. He was wearing body armor at the time.

CBC reported that Five alleged members and associates of the United Nations gang have pleaded guilty in B.C. Supreme Court to conspiring to kill the worthless Bacon brothers in 2008 and 2009. However, the UN hasn't been charged in the 2008 shooting of DK in Mission. That's because Jamie Bacon has. I can't post a link to the media report confirming the charges because it contains things that are covered in ongoing publication bans.

I can confirm that Jamie Bacon has been charged with ordering the hit on Dennis Karbovanec on December 31st 2008. I'm not going to name the person accused of doing the shooting but I will name Jamie Bacon as the one accused of hiring him to shoot his own guy. This is somewhat profound because DK was a Bacon Brother associate. DK kind of took over Person Y's role as Jamie Bacon's body guard when Person Y was in jail.

Person Y testified in court that he cooperated in the Surrey Six investigation because he saw the loyalty among these thieves was a complete lie. This proves it. This is why so many hitmen for the Hells Angels flip. They keep getting betrayed by the people who hired them. Just like in the Vancouver Christmas of /95 hit.

8 comments:

  1. N 49°39'34.261'' W -112°47'48.891''
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    Have you noticed how protected these gang member leaders are, eg. Bacons(?) and the others!
    Their bosses make sure the LAW treats them as if the we're members of regular society.

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    1. The Bacon brothers certainly had the police and the taxpayers in their back pocket complete with closed circuit television and round the clock protection. They should have just left them alone for a while and let nature take it's course.

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    2. problem with that is sometimes people not associated with them get shot. There were neighbours in the area and many of them might not have had anything to do with the Bacons or their "associates".

      I have no difficulty having "protection" provided at taxpayer expense. In a civilized society, if we do not deal with these issues in a "civilized" manner, many will sink to the lowest common denominator and we have seen how well that has worked in the U.S.A..

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    3. Clearly that was the police's rationalization for providing them with round the clock protection. To avoid innocent bystanders getting hit. Yet, they were the ones that weren't concerned with innocent bystanders not their enemies. Makes the term notorious rather ridiculous.

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  2. Hey. How come u never blogged anything concerning the jimmy cournayer sentencing? Montreal/canada/us?

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    1. I've covered part of the story:
      http://gangstersout.blogspot.ca/2013/05/jimmy-cournoye-pleads-guilty.html

      But I guess you're right in that I missed the sentencing. I see him as a fall guy. He was a high level money launderer for the Hells Angels. He wasn't the ring leader :
      http://gangstersout.blogspot.ca/2013/05/another-fall-guy-pleads-guilty-in-hells.html

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  3. Still though. I think it was interesting enough to follow up on. Also. If he wasnt the ringleader i would like to know wat kind of car the ringleader is driving if jimmy had a 2million dollar bugati. He was a little more than the fall guy i think

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    1. Well worth following up on. The search box on my blog is wonky. I've written a bit about him but it seems to get buried on the blog after it's posted. I think he was a fall guy in the sense that he was working for the Hells Angels just like Rob Shannon and Jody York were. Cosmo was well paid but he was clearly working for someone else.

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