Sunday, April 3, 2011

Nasty Dan gets 7 year criminal org conviction

A Surrey man has become the second person in B.C. to be sentenced on a charge of commission of an offence for criminal organization.

Daniel "Nasty" Michael MacNeil was sentenced to seven years in prison recently, in B.C. Supreme Court in Vancouver, after being found guilty of conspiracy to commit an indictable offence, commission of an offence for criminal organization, and possession prohibited and restricted firearms with ammunition.

I find it puzzling that for the second time in BC criminal organization charges finally stuck without mentioning the name of the criminal organization. A dial a dope operation in Surrey selling crack and meth netting $2 million a year was not an independent organization. Was he with the UN or the Hells Angels?

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