Saturday, August 15, 2015
Hells Angels lose appeal connected to Fort McMurray cocaine trade
The Edmonton journal is reporting that "Alberta’s top court has rejected the appeals of two Edmonton Hells Angels and convicted them of additional crimes connected to the cocaine trade in Fort McMurray. In one decision, the Court of Appeal of Alberta rejected the appeals of John Reginald Alcantara and Alan Peter Knapczyk, after their 2012 convictions for protecting the main cocaine dealer in Fort Mac from competitors and theft."
They were once again using the name and reputation of the club to protect drug dealers from rivals. This is the same pattern that has repeated itself across the country. In Winnipeg the Hells Angels were protecting the Zig Zag crew (who sold crack for the Hells Angels) from rival drug dealers. Just like they enforce for the crack dealers outside the Front Room in Surrey.