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Thursday, October 30, 2014
Jay Hall's prison beat down
Someone sent me a copy of the video of Jay Hall's prison beat down last year. I'm not going to post it because it is very disturbing to say the least. I will comment on it and post screen caps. First it's from a surveillance video that was played in court. No one video taped it on their cell phone. The video was posted on one of his attackers facebook bragging about it which is somewhat ironic. Two guys snuck up from behind and gave him the boots. There is nothing more cowardly and deranged.
Fist Brandon Badger sits down and waits for Jay Hall to enter. When he sees him he stands up to make sure he's right in front of him in line.
Then this other guys circles around behind him.
And sucker punches him in the back of the head when he isn't looking.
As soon as he does that the first guy jumps in and they both give him the boots.
As soon as he hits the ground the smaller guy starts kicking his head over and over again like a soccer ball. That is very disturbing. That is how the man who tried to break up,that house wrecking party in Squamish died. This wasn't an assault. This was a premeditated attempted murder.
As they continue to take turns punching and kicking him in the head when he's on the ground he lies motionless on the floor and starts to twitch as though he's having a seizure. While he's lying motionless on the ground the second guy foot stomps his head several times.
There is nothing manly about this deranged act. I don't care who Jay Hall was or what he did. This was a bitch move. The two guys that jumped him and gave him the boots go down in history in the POS hall of shame. The rest of us who glorify in this kind of deranged violence need to stop and take a look at ourselves in the mirror. We need to ask ourselves what is wrong with us? We have mental problems and even Dr. Phil can't help us until we recognize that.
In the mean time Jay Hall has every right to sue these two POS as well as the prison system. This kind of prison violence is not acceptable and has to stop. In the words of Raiden from mortal combat Enough! If we don't prevent this we are no better then they are. A civilized society does not let this happen. Brutality is a sign of low self esteem.
Speaking of suing the prison system, a member of the UN is doing exactly that. The Vancouver Province reported that Michael Newman is suing the federal government for allegedly failing to protect him from being severely assaulted in a federal prison. Newman was identified as being “incompatible” with Jamie Bacon. No kidding Jamie Bacon is a POS that did the Surrey Six and ordered the hit on one of his own guys. Nobody in Surrey likes him.
Newman was forced to attend a mediation with Jamie POS Bacon and Newman was handcuffed while Jamie Bacon wasn't. That is really messed up. Jamie Bacon getting special privileges in prison? Don't get me started. If the guards set up the fight where Newman was assaulted then he does have a case. It's rather bizarre that they were watching the outrageous brutality of the Jay Hall assault without intervening. That shows there is a problem.
Everybody thinks I believe all these guys should be locked up forever and they should be tortured in prison but that is not the case. No one should be tortured in prison. If we didn't torture the Germans in prison we don't torture anyone in prison. Period. 30 year or 300 year prison sentences won't solve anything. Prolific offenders need three months in jail with no crack. That is not excessive. No one should be raped or assaulted in prison. Period.
Motive: Doing the math
Putting this in perspective we need to remember that Jay Hall used to be the president of the Renegades which was a puppet club for the Hells Angels that sold drugs for them in Prince George. The Renegades over saw the Crew then the GTS who in turn were finger puppets for the Hells Angels that sold crack and tortured addicts in crack shack basements for drug debts.
The Renegades got some bad press so the HAs pulled the plug on them and Jay Hall put his motorcycle up for sale. He started to fall from grace and became a bit of a meth head. If Jay Hall was still president of the Renegades, this prison assault never would of happened. The guys who did it would be dead.
We are forced to ask if this was a paid hit since the Hells Angels are the only ones that could pull something like that off and they sure weren't afraid of getting in trouble since they were bragging about it and posting the court video on facebook. We remember what happened to Billy Moore. They killed him and burned his house down.
Billy Moore was the Renegades president in Prince George. Cedric Smith was a member of the Vancouver Hells Angels. They unknowingly introduced their suppliers in the Vancouver chapter to two under cover police officers which resulted in Norman Krogstad, the Vancouver president and several others pleading guilty to drug trafficking. After that Billy Moore was murdered and Cedric Smith disappeared. Permanently.
They also shafted Joey Arrance. Joey was from East Van and sold drugs for the Hells Angles in Prince George. Something happened and the Hells Angels put him under suspension saying he was not allowed to sell drugs any more. Yet he did anyways. For that crime they burned down his tattoo parlor and his girlfriend's home which ended up killing his girlfriend's wheelchair bound mother. August 2013 Joey was finally shot dead in Coquitlam.
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Long prison sentences almost completely solve one very important thing: the rate of recidivism. The offender doesn't re-offend. If you keep them there until they are in late middle age, they lose a lot f their "youthful vigor" so to speak. Not a lot of 60 year old violent criminals around, they no longer have the physical abilities required for that lifestyle.ReplyDelete
"..Long prison sentences almost completely solve one very important thing: the rate of recidivism. .."Delete
The US has higher sentencing then Canada but also a higher recidivism rate.
Jay got attacked because he is a rat. Very common knowledge. Pussy "tough guys" clubbing him from behind with a cup full of dried soaked paper towels. At least there is video so jay knows who to go after. he may not be the sharpest knife in the drawer but he could knock those two into next week.ReplyDelete
Yeah I was going to follow up on the wet toilet paper in the paper cup thing. It's bad enough he punched him in the back of the head from behind but hitting him from behind with a lame prison weapon was even more cheap.Delete
However, I think calling Jay a rat is somewhat over used. I'm going to follow up on his falling out with the HAs as well. Anything the HAs said about him is bullsh*t just like it was with Joey Arrance. People need to realize the HAs are compulsive liars.
My question would be where are the prison guards during all of this? If they disappeared suddenly or didn't do anything, we have a problem.ReplyDelete
If people are sent to prison because they committed a crime, but if the prison system permits crimes to be committed, on their watch, we have a bigger crime problem than the crime on the streets.
Guards are the employees of the federal government. If guards permit this type of activity to go on, then in turn the federal government has consented to their actions. So the question becomes, who is the greater criminal? The federal government and their representatives or the "criminals", in jail?
Some of the people in jail, as convicts, are considered part of "organized crime". However, an organization which permits criminal acts to be engaged in within the prison system, could then, in my opinion, also be classified as "organized crime".
If there are insufficient prison guards to ensure the safety of prisoners, so as to avoid scenarios, such has you have posted, then that, in my opinion becomes a crime. So my question would be, who is the criminal and when they are "organized" within a group or its systemic, then would that also be considered "organized crime".
Once we as a society think its o.k. to behave badly towards people who are criminals, we ourselves have diminished our society.
That is a good question - where were the guards? Were they watching in on the security camera? We have to ask ourselves, if this was a paid hit, were the guards paid to leave them alone? They certainly weren't concerned about getting in trouble since they knew they were on camera.Delete