Saturday, August 29, 2015

Canadian Hells Angels convicted in Spain for smuggling 300 kilos of cocaine



OK so there are two separate cases in Europe involving Canadian members of the Hells Angels that we are following. One is the 300 kilo of cocaine bust in Spain where two full patch members were arrested along with two associates from Haney and Mission City chapters. The other case involves the three full patch members from Edmonton and Red Deer that were charged with beating a guy in Greece to death because they were sitting on his motorcycle and he asked if he could have it back so he could leave. It was deplorable.

One of my blog readers also reads Kim Bolan's blog. He claims that someone commented on Kim Bolan's blog claiming that the Canadian Hells Angels charged in the Spanish cocaine bust are back in Canada already. Kim then confirmed that they are indeed back and cited a Spanish news report which stated:

"The Audiencia Nacional (AN ) imposed four years and seven months in prison on Chad John Wilson, Jason Cyrus Arkinstall, Scott Ryan Smitna and Michael John Drybourgh – four Hells Angels and Canadian citizens arrested in August 2013 in Galicia, when they moved to pick up a shipment of 300 kilos of cocaine. In addition to establishing a fine estimated at 5,250,000 euros, the decision specifies that no convicted would serve their sentences in prison, but they will be expelled from Spain and may not return for a period of seven years."

They were convicted of smuggling 300 kilos of cocaine but didn't have to serve their time, instead they were kicked out of Spain and banned from returning for seven years. That is absolutely bizarre. Let's hope Greece does a better job for murder.

16 comments:

  1. Spain isn't interested in housing Canadian criminals. They have a bit of a financial problem. The collected a nice big fine and expelled them. As long as they are out of Spain, Spain doesn't care. They most likely consider the men Canada's problem. Makes economic sense to me, if I lived in Spain.

    Now in Greece, it was murder and that will most likely be dealt with differently, but I do expect, if they are convicted they will be sent back to Canada to serve their sentences. I'd expect them to plead guilty to the equivalent to manslaughter and get sent back to Canada. Greece isn't interested in housing Canadians either. they have big financial problems, not to mention all the refugees washing up on their shores. If the victim wasn't some one "important" the boys will be back in Canada shortly.

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    1. Extraditing them to serve their sentence in Canada would make much more sense. The problem is the double standard. Rob and Cindy Stanley are still rotting away in a New Caledonia prison under the most inhumane conditions when they didn't even port there. Letting the HAs free while they torture Rob and Cindy is disgusting;
      http://gangstersout.blogspot.ca/2013/04/remembering-rob-and-cindy-stanley.html

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    2. Providing a terminal sentence carried out in public would send a better message and make more sense. Under the old rule, none of this would have even begun to happen.

      I am sure there was a lot of money involved that changed hands that allowed these men to go free.

      That is the power of the HA - money.

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    3. the H.A. members did pay a "fine" in euros. then there was most likely other "fines" and cost to expediate things along the way. Spain needs all the money it can get and isn't interested in Canadian problems.

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  2. There is so little information and details on this. Did they pay the fine? Who the hell has 5M euros laying around? Did they actually serve time? And what does the RCMP think of this case?
    My cynical nature says that money did the talking in this case. Oh, and btw...was the cocaine returned to the accused? No....really? Was it ??

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    1. Yes the whole thing reeks of corruption.

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  3. WE FINALLY GOT SOME MORE OF OUR INTELLIGENCE DOCUMENTS AND MOST OF THEM ARE LABELED - CLASSIFIED CONFIDENTIAL - THEY ARE JUST REGULAR CRIMINAL RECORDS FROM THE RCMP - MOST OF THEM THE RCMP ARE WITH HOLDING FROM US

    Michael And Ingrid Heroux

    WHAT BC PROVINCIAL COURT JUDGE WOULD GIVE THE RCMP 6 YEARS OF PROVINCIAL COURT WARRANTS TO INVESTIGATE US AFTER CSIS GOT FRAUDULENT 30-08 WARRANTS TO INVESTIGATE US FOR 1 YEAR FROM 2009-2010

    WHEN DOES THE RCMP INVESTIGATIONS END?

    My family and I have been struggling with the Harper government and more recently with the RCMP just to get our investigation information they have on us. I used to work undercover for the RCMP to help them get their arrest warrants from the Judges and the RCMP just notified us by mail that we are not even entitled under the FREEDOM OF INFORMATION ACT to get any of that information at all.

    They have been leading us on since the begining of this year by telling us to get our investigation information from them that they need this information from us, and they need that information from us, before they can give us our investingation information to us under the FREEDOM OF INFORMATION ACT, and after jumping through hoops to give them what they asked for they just sent us a letter saying we are not entitled under the FREEDOM OF INFORMATION ACT to have access to even just basic criminal investigation information. We know we have been investigated on and off by the RCMP for close to 30 years but we are not allowed to know what the investigations were about even though the investigations never amounted to any charges against us.

    We understand why CSIS and CSEC are not able to give us our 30-08 warrant investigation information because they said it is classified even though CSIS never charged us for anything either after investigting us from 2008-2010, but the RCMP says we are not even entitled to our regular investigation information from them.

    We applied to The Justice Minister Of B.C., Honourable Suzanne Anton for our investigation warrant information to find out what we were and are being investigated for here in B.C. but all she would send us is court documents from when I was in trouble with the law over 15 years ago for prescription medication abuse that I was getting from my doctor. I was addicted to sleeping pills and alcohol over 15 years ago and I did some stupid things that I didn't even remember doing the next day. I took a whole bottle of sleeping medication one night and I guess I left my house and went to a 7-11 variety store and stole a handful of change from the clerk there. I didn't remember taking the sleeping pills or stealing the change from the clerk at the store but I was arrested and I spent about a week in jail and they ended up charging me with theft when my court dates were done with. I don't even remember much of being in jail either and the courts said the only reason they kept me in jail for a week was because I was so out of it from the sleeping pills that the jail guards had to carrying me into the court to see the Judge.

    It was a generic brand of that Ambian type sleeping medication and I was addicted to that for quite a while. It was really bad stuff, it was highly addictive for sleeping medication and that was the last time I ever got that stuff from my doctor again. I was taking sleeping medication for many years for a sleeping disorder and they changed my medication to that stuff and that was really powerful medication for a sleeping pill.

    READ THE REST PLEASE - HERE ARE THE UNCLASSIFIED DOCUMENTS THAT WE ARE ABLE TO POST

    http://michaelandingridheroux.blogspot.ca/2015/08/6-year-rcmp-investigation.html

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  4. KEEP UP THE GREAT WORK, I READ YOUR STUFF ALL THE TIME, MAIN STREAM MEDIA IS DEAD, SOMEONE HAS TO POST THE REAL NEWS, TAKE CARE.

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    1. Ah yes, Friendly Chemist from Silk Road. Welcome. That is a very interesting case so it is. I suppose the underlining problem is that fraudulent warrants are pretty irrelevant when they adopt the practice of warrantless surveillance. Running your own blog will put you on their watch list. Especially since it covers confidential matters that they would argue are protected under their confidentiality agreement. That most certainly doesn't rationalize all the horrible things they are doing to your family. Just makes it very difficult to stop. Keep us posted.

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  5. "We're the Police, we can do whatever we want".

    - Unofficial VPD Motto

    This is not just VPD, it's basically the outlook of the policing culture in Canada. It's like the CIA, it has a systemic rot that has existed for many decades and is basically impossible to excise. The Allies found this out in Germany at the end of the war, if they fired everyone who had been a policeman under the Nazi's, who was left to do the job? You couldn't really take people who had been bakers or accountants and just say, "OK, now you're a policeman". It didn't work out at all.

    At the end of the day, this is a failure of leadership.

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    1. A "leadership" that is only concerned with trying to gain votes, not do what is right and oppose what is wrong.

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    2. Actually heard the RCMP have something similar, its" "we know where you live".

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  6. You just KNOW these guys paid their way out of this, Spain has a well deserved reputation for corruption (indeed you would be hard pressed to find any place that Spain ever colonized that does not) and the idea that they are in trouble financially so they then don't want to foot the bill for foreigners spending 20 years as a guest of the Spanish state is laughable. Rest assured that if the HA were not capable of paying a publicly acknowledged fine equivalent to $7,752,439.70 million CDN in addition to "legal fee's" and other such costs that they would be rotting in jail there for a very long time to come.

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  7. A 7M dollar f-up. Do you think someone got corpsed up over this? Good luck proving it.

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    1. "Do you think someone got corpsed up over this?"

      Not yet....but I'm sure they'll get around to it eventually. If someone is smart, they'll realize they are a candidate for the Witness Protection program.

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  8. Latest at Neer Do Well is about some SERIOUS time dished out for HAs in Massachusetts this spring for "in aid of racketeering".

    I believe the sentences are "hard time" too. (no parole) http://neer-do-well-hall-of-infamey.blogspot.ca/

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