Tuesday, January 24, 2017

Langley teen murdered over drugs



Postmedia News is reporting that "Three young men who pleaded guilty to the grisly murder of a Langley teen who had been their friend have been sentenced to life in prison with no parole eligibility for 18 years."

"Connor Angus Campbell, Bradley Michael Flaherty and Keith William Tankard, all of who were 19 years old when they carried out a sophisticated and co-ordinated plan to kill fellow 19-year-old Nicholas Hannon in February 2014, entered their pleas to second-degree murder prior to a sentencing hearing in B.C. Supreme Court in Vancouver on Monday."

The court heard evidence claiming that all tfour friends had been dealing drugs. Tankard wanted to withdraw from his drug dealing but was afraid to do so and approached Campbell and Flaherty for their assistance, and this was the origin of the murder plot, according to an agreed statement of facts read out in court by Crown counsel Bob Wright. What a crock of shit that is.

Three big guys were afraid of one small guy. Yeah right. Agreed statement of facts between whom? The three murderers and the Crown? I guess the one they killed wasn't able to testify. That lie fails the test of believability. The three guys felt intimidated by the one so they killed him? Highly unlikely. The first question is who were they selling drugs for? It wasn't the UN so it must have been you know who. That leaves us to ask which puppet club? Was it the 856? That would implicate Lenny the weasel. They same guy that got Bob Green killed.

If Tankard wanted to stop selling drugs the only one he would be afraid of is their supplier. If the guy they killed was linked to their supplier, they would not have killed him out of fear of retaliation. The only plausible conclusion is that the guy they killed was the one that wanted to get out and they were empowered to kill him by their supplier to shut him up. That is believable. The fraudulent statement of facts is not. This was a plea deal. It is not the truth.

6 comments:

  1. "a sophisticated and co-ordinated plan to kill"....HTF does that = 2nd degree?? Sounds like 1st if I ever heard it. I'll bet the investigating officers are gnashing their teeth over this one....the Crown counsel that accepted that plea needs a good kick in the balls. Then a few more for good measure.

    One more death to be laid at the door of "Red and White".

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    1. Exactly. First degree murder was plead down to second degree murder with a false statement of agreed facts.

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  2. good morning trailerunner78. right now in Canada, if the bad guys aren't brought to trial within 18 months, they could be let go because their Charter rights were violated. here in B.C. we are especially short on getting people to trial on time, so better a guilty plea than having them walk free and clear.

    Yes, I agree the charge wasn't adequate and the sentence a little lack.

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  3. Dennis. Is that pos Jamie Bacon 🥓 still awaiting trial? We don't hear much about it in Halifax

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    1. Yes. We are all very concerned about those delays. That piece of garbage needs to be held accountable. Greetings to the east coast.

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  4. I am familiar with that, "speedy trial" etc. we have that down here as well. Much as any prosecutor "can indict a ham sandwich", this is pretty easy to circumvent though, the defense asking for a continuance stops that clock, for instance. The speedy trial thing in BC is nothing new, it was an issue and bad guys were getting off on these grounds 20 years ago.

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