Sunday, September 22, 2013
The Dirty Few MC
We know the Whiteboy Posse in Whitecourt, Alberta made big news when they shot a sheriff in the hand trying to escape custody after being charged with drug trafficking. The Whiteboy posse also made big news when they decapitated someone in Edmonton for a drug debt. The Whiteboy posse sold drugs for the Edmonton Hells Angels.
There’s another Hells Angels puppet club in Whitecourt associated with the Whiteboy posse called the Dirty Few MC. These guys actually ride motorcycles. I understand that the Dirty Few MC has chapters in Parkland, Whitecourt, Drayton Valley and just patched two members in Bonnyville.
Dusty Blades on the left appears to be involved with the Drayton Valley chapter.
Travis A Wilson on the left appears to be involved with the Whitecourt chapter.
This is Travis posing with another Hells Angels supporter.
The Dirty Few are sporting support 81 Westridge diamonds on their vest. 81 Westridge is the Edmonton Hells Angels.
Travis Wilson posing with the deranged Shane Bunting.
Travis is also friends with HA Terry Eide on the left from Calgary.
Justin Puppetz appears to be involved with Drayton Valley.
DFMC member Miguel Argueta claims to live in Sylvan Lake. That’s where a murder occurred last June tied to a Hells Angels puppet club called the Malicious Crew. Once source claims he used to be known as Michael when he lived in Fort McMurray. Michael Argueta “ratted” out a friend for murder in Fort McMurry.
Argueta claimed Dax Mack confessed to murdering Robert LeVoir. Dax Richard Mack, Robert Levoir and Michael Argueta went hunting on land owned by Mack’s father on November 6, 2002. Only Mack and Argueta returned. Levoir had been shot and killed. I don't uppose he too was shot in the back by someone who he thought was his friend.
Evidently Robert LeVoir had a cocaine addiction and a drug debt. If three guys go on a hunting trip, one gets shot and two guys return, it’s hard to conceive that one of those guys committed the murder and the other guy didn’t know what happened. In the trial Mack claimed Argueta committed the murder and that he claimed he did to under cover police because he thought he was being recruited for a criminal organization.