Wednesday, May 25, 2011

Another Hells Angels Drug Bust



Well roll out the red carpet for Russel Peter's pal Randy Jones. The U.S. has just busted a multimillion-dollar drug ring in Seattle involving Jacob Stuart who headed the American side of a drug distribution network that moved 1,000 to 2,000 pounds of marijuana and 100 to 200 kilograms of cocaine each month. According to charging documents, the primary source of marijuana was a Surrey, B.C., strip club owner linked to a British Columbia chapter of the Hells Angels.

Gee how many strip clubs in Surrey that we know of are linked to the Hells Angels? Let's see... there's T-barz. Russel Peters claims his pal Randy Jones owns that club although Randy has it registered in his mother's name. We know Randy is a member of the Hells Angels. It's hard to tell if the Dell and the Byrd are still open. Surely they're not referring to the wanna be G-Spot. That bouncer has been begging me to put him back on the gang member registry for years now.

So if Randy was the source of the pot in the pot for cocaine drug ring, is he being charged or just named in the U.S. indictment? Please advise. Hey if that strip club was the origin of the pot in a major cross border drug ring does that mean they can seize the bar under criminal org legislation? Looks like the heat is on.

"One of the most disturbing charges is that Stuart, along with Wolverton and others, were caught on wire-tapped cell phones planning the kidnapping of a female friend of an associate that had gone missing with a substantial amount of money."

Cobalt Mortgage sure set up Robert Wolverton's web site to be redirected to another web site in a hurry. Wolverton is Stuart's co accused. It's really sad. Robert and Jacob look like really nice guys who are going to take the fall just like Robert Shannon did and no Hells Angel will see a day in jail over it.



Here's a copy of the indictment. Seemingly they used planes to smuggle the weed into the States but sometimes smuggled it under loads of manure coming in from Canada.

"A total of 136 kilograms of cocaine was seized during the investigation. All of that cocaine was destined to be transported to Canada via this district. On April 28th, approximately 1,000 kilograms of cocaine was seized from various locations across the country pursuant to search warrants obtained as part of the investigation. Approximately 1,500 pounds of the cocaine was located in this district." (Page 4)

In one intercepted call, Stuart explained to an associate they could make $500 per kilogram flying cocaine from Southern California to Bellingham, according to the search warrant affidavit.

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