Saturday, May 9, 2015

More Hells Angels plead guilty to murder



The Montreal Gazette is reporting that Fourteen Hells Angels and associates have avoided a trial set to begin next week by pleading guilty to taking part in a general conspiracy to murder rival drug dealers in Quebec over an eight-year period. The Hells Angels there contributed a portion of their drug profits into a fund to murder rival drug dealers.

Besides the guilty pleas, the prosecution obtained the court’s permission on Thursday to destroy two of the gang’s bunkers - one in Trois-Rivières and another near Quebec City - which were significant symbols of the biker gang’s defiance.

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  1. Score one for the good guys.

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    1. Indeed. Evidently BC is way more corrupt then Quebec. Quebec has task forces that investigate organized crime. BC doesn't. In BC every time a police task force finds organized crime, a government body disbands the police task force.

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  2. could be the Quebec politicians know the difference between right and wrong. In B.C. its all about, families first, and B.C. is open for business. They just don't say what type of families or what type of business. It can't be "normal" families because B.C. has had the highest rate of child poverty for the last 12 yrs or so. Must be some other sort of family.

    If we're open for business, you have to ask what type of business because Christy and her lieberals put out more money to mining companies than they take in. Christy and her lieberals take in more in post secondary tuition fees than corporate taxes and she takes in more in medical premiums than in corporate taxes. Now in Quebec, they don't hold records for having high child poverty rates, they don't charge medical premiums. perhaps its just that in Quebec they know the difference between right and wrong and the B.C. Lieberals might be some what impaired in that area. One does still wonder about that money going through casinos...............must work for someone, we just don't think its the taxpayers of the province.

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  3. "Smuggler’s messages reveal how drugs easily pass through Vancouver’s port."

    Kim Bolan, Postmedia News.



    PART TWO OF A SPECIAL INVESTIGATION INTO THE VANCOUVER WATERFRONT.

    http://tinyurl.com/pb53bbc

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  4. It is funny looking at these old fools with their "patches" and gang uniform.....like the Fonz and the Falcons.

    It reminds me of the blathering. fools in Donnie Bracso, all sucking up, worried about clothing, proper gang vernacular, and licking the big bosses nut sack in hopes of being noticed.

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  5. It always amazes me how these guys plead out to their charges instead of fighting it......but then I remember the laughable sentences handed out and it all makes sense...

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  6. I'd have to agree, some of those boys are a tad old to be playing dress up. On the other hand, if you don't have anything else going for you, it might be the best they can do.

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