Sunday, April 22, 2012

Abbotsford police issue public safety warning



Abbotsford police have issued a public safely warning about an alleged gang member who they believe is at risk. Chad Weber is an alleged associate of the UN Gang and was sentenced to a 60-day jail sentence in 2011 on a drug charge. Now police have reason to believe a hit has been put on him which would put others at risk.

Just like the police warned the public about a hit on the Bacon brothers. That certainly materialized when Jonathon Bacon was gunned down with Larry Amero in Kelowna. The police have also issued a similar warning about members of the Dhak-Duhre group who were in conflict with the Hells Angels. Many of them have been publically executed since that warning. Doesn't take a brain surgeon to figure out who's responsible. Now, a member of the UN is being targeted. Well we know he's not being targeted by the Dhak-Duhre group.

7 comments:

  1. The police seem to be really good at issuing warnings about these things. Thing is, I was under the impression that they were supposed to actually, oh I don't know...prevent them? Arrest those responsible? You know, police stuff. For warnings, we could use my mother or something. She was always real good at warnings. And she'll work cheaper than the RCMP will. ;)

    Next thing you know they'll be asking for the public's assistance in doing their job......

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  2. trailrunner78: what a half-baked silly comment.

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  3. It was somewhat tongue in cheek....




    Somewhat.

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  4. Quite a life these guys choose. I hoped he put some money away for his funeral. Question for you K, what happened to Larry Amero, is he deep in the Alaska tundra? Does anyone know?

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  5. One witness claimed they saw Larry Amero and Jonathon Bacon out in Ontario at Nabil Alkalil's wedding. Obviously that was before Jonathon was shot dead. Some claim he's out that way with those guys but I really don't have a clue.

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  7. I don't know off hand but it is worth looking in to.

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