Thursday, August 31, 2017

Larry Amero's drug trafficking charges stayed



AYFKM? Kim Bolan is reporting that "a judge in Quebec stayed organized crime and cocaine importation charges against the prominent B.C. gangster. Prosecutor Philippe Vallières-Roland confirmed to Postmedia News that the charges were stayed because of the length of time the case took to get to trial." That is the most defiant form of corruption known to man.

I'm all for the Charter of Rights. I support every person's right to a fair and speedy trial. I agree there has been delays in the trials but someone f*cked up. This is not right.

Larry was first busted November 2012 for his role in a huge cross border drug ring in Montreal that was importing and distributing 75 kilos of cocaine a week. This was another huge Hells Angels cross border ring. Letting him off for that is obscene.

November 2013 Larry Amero and Shane Maloney were busted in another massive drug ring where 650 kg of pseudoephedrine was seized as that drug ring was suspected of importing two tons of precursor chemicals for making crystal meth into Australia. Those two cases were a year apart. Staying the charges in both cases at the same time is a criminal act.

40 years old. The clock is ticking in more ways than one. Jonathan Bacon, Randy Naicker and Jeremy Bettan. What do these three individuals have in common? They all sold drugs for Larry Amero and they're all dead. 40 years old and Larry is still playing Russian roulette with his life and with the lives of those who work for him. Some people never grow up.

For those of you who don't live in Surrey let me explain why Larry is hated so much here. First is the obvious. He was directly involved in the Surrey Six murder where two witnesses were executed for simply being witnesses. That heinous act outraged all of us. That's why everyone and their dog flipped on them in court and no one called those who testified rats because the people involved in that murder were the real rats not the ones who testified against them.

Jamie Bacon tried to tax Corey Lal for selling drugs on "his" turf. Only the three little piggies weren't from Surrey they were from the suburbs in Abbotsford. Surrey was the Hells Angels turf not the Bacon brothers. That's why Jamie Bacon didn't dare try and tax long time Surrey crystal meth cook Ryan. Ryan already worked for the Hells Angels. John Punko to be exact.

Jamie Bacon was not the brains of that operation. Jamie has difficulty tying his shoes. His dead preppy brother Jonathan was the brains of that operation and they were collecting the tax for Jonathan's personal friend Larry Amero and the Hells Angels. People in Surrey hate Larry Amero because he was the driving force behind the Surrey Six.

There's actually a long list of murders Larry has been involved with. All in relation to obtaining a monopoly on the drug trade. In the words of the prophet Tupac Shakur somethings will never change. Yet after someone dies, things will never be the same.

Larry is not from the hood. He's from the suburbs. He went to High School at Walnut Grove which is in the heart of suburbia. His father was a longshoreman. When Larry was in highschool he got a sweetheart job with his father at the docks. He got his first aid ticket so he'd get paid an obscene wage for sitting on his father's boat waiting for someone to fall overboard. Since he had money he got a car before most of the other kids so the rats used him to drive for their B&Es. One time he got caught at school with a car load of stolen goods. That is the epitome of a rat. Stealing from others when he already had more than most. It's pure greed.

There's a lot more I could say about Larry's dirtbag actions but out of respect for his Godson I will refrain. Suffice it to say that Larry Amero is a piece of garbage. In the words of Linkin Park in the Jay Z remix, the more I find out about Larry the more I want to be like me and the less I want to be like him. Actually I'm kind of worried about Larry. His prognosis is not good. I don't see a happily every after in his future. Some things needs to change.

I'm not entirely opposed to him going back to work on the docks but how in god's name can he get a port pass with a criminal record for drug trafficking? These charges were stayed but he has other convictions. He should not be given a port pass. So how's he going to earn an honest living? Enough never seems to be enough for him. They all want lots of money without working for it. These plastic parasites have no concept of work ethic. They all want something for nothing.

The problem is that Kling Klung took the fall for shooting Larry in Kelowna but he certainly didn't make the call. They might have let him drive the car but I wouldn't even stand beside that clown at the gun range. It's not that he's reckless, it's just that he's stupid. Which just goes to show you any idiot can pull a trigger. Kling Klung killed his fiance. He threw her out of the car. Then he tried to commit suicide by walking into traffic. The guy's an idiot. Which just goes to show you if an idiot like Kling Klung can shoot Larry, anyone can. Steroids don't make you bulletproof.

Clearly this world is full of good and evil. The world is also full of good and bad examples. Larry Amero is a bad example. We all have been given a brain to discern right from wrong, good from evil and we are all free to chose which side of that line we will live on. Just remember what we do in life echos in eternity. Karma's a b*tch so it is. Choose wisely. Peace.



BTW Putting a sheet over your head or a patch on your back does not make you bulletproof.

We're not afraid yo. We never were. Right is right and wrong is wrong. You or I can't change that.

7 comments:

  1. The Canadian Criminal Justice System is a joke. The culture of policing in Canada is pathetic. You guys are so screwed.... no wonder China gets the idea they could run Canada better than the elected fools in Parliament. They're wrong, but I can see how they'd get that delusion....

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  2. The Supreme court of Canada has ruled. That is the end of it. The problem is the provinces have not gotten with the agenda. They did not provide sufficient staff to run a judicial system and the federal government under harper did not appoint a sufficient number of judges in Canada and neither did the provinces. this is a problem 20 years in the making and now all the chickens have come to roost. It is expensive to run a judicial system in a timely manner. People don't want to pay taxes so politicians cater to that and this is what happens, criminals go free. This is not the first case in Quebec nor in Canada. In fact I'd suggest he is one of the less evil ones to go free. One of those in Quebec who walked free was a man accused of rape, actually there have been a number of them in Canada and that includes raping children. Murderers have gone free in Canada. Now Amero is not a nice man. He most likely deserves to be in jail. However, the court system knew there was a time line and did nothing to get him to trial.

    If the Supreme Court of Canada had not made the decision it did people could have been in jail for 3 or more years with no time limit as to when they would be brought to trial. In this country you are innocent until proven guilty in a court of law, so its time the Attorney Generals in this country got their act together.

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    1. I agree 30 months is a realistic expectation for a trial to be heard. Funding is part of the problem but I really think it goes beyond that.

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    2. The Supreme Court only rules on laws the government makes.

      The government, IF they wanted, could pass a law stating that there is no statute of limitations when it comes to trial begin time for organized crime groups and their members charged in indictable offences or just in murders, attempted murders, drug trafficking, prostitution and human trafficking.

      Then the Supreme court would eventually rule on the validity of the law(s).

      There is not a thing hindering motivated governments from doing the right thing.

      The fact they are not doing anything is very revealing about the true nature of the government of Canada.

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    3. Perhaps but I think the right thing would be to protect civl liberty and give everyone a speedy trial. As soon as they find an excuse to deny someone a speedy trial they will use that excuse on everyone.

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    4. that is the problem and why we need speedy trials. could you imagine some one the government didn't like spending 10 years in jail waiting for trial. Not a good thing......we are a democracy. we have a constitution and we ought to have government remember that.

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