Tuesday, December 16, 2014

Robert Widdifield convicted of theft and extortion

The Vancouver Province is reporting that Nanaimo Hells Angel Robert Widdifield has been convicted in B.C. Supreme Court of extortion and theft over $5,000. The charges had been stayed by the court over delays but the crown appealed the ruling because they weren't responsible for the delays and he was finally convicted. This is a step forward. Like I said before, the right to a speedy trial is a charter right but that doesn't mean you get off if you are responsible for the delays.

CBC is reporting that there was a police indictment in Port Moody. The suspect attacked a woman and stole her car around 10:30 AM. 8:00 PM he showed up at her home and pulled a gun on her father who was able to fight him off. The police arrived before the suspect caught up with him and was going to shoot him. This time, the police saved the day.

Kim Bolan is reporting that the two Hells Angels associates that were stabbed inside Shakerz / TBarz were prospects of the Surrey Girl chapter. Speaking of Surrey Girls, what kind of business is that reject Len Pelletier and his side kick John Crowston still doing in Surrey? Those are two people the police need to watch right now very closely. The heat is on. I'll launch a spotlight on those two POS in the New Year. They are the root of the problem in Surrey.


  1. He's lucky, this is one of the few times when the police actually wind up intervening/saving someone, and even this time the maxim that "the only thing that stops a bad guy with a gun is a good guy with a gun" proves true.

    So, what about the other 9 times out of 10? When seconds count, the police are only minutes away......

  2. Around here we say, get me another clip so I can finish this bastard off. We live in an open carry state where you can basically walk down the street with an AR 15 and a pistol. As long as you are legally enabled to carry a gun (30 min background check, lol) but it does deter crime. When I moved into my new house and my neighbors saw the moving guys bringing in 4 gun safes we have never been hit yet. I don't advocate violence but I sure in the hell not going to be a victim of it. You would think with all the great hunting in Canada most of yall would at least own a hunting rifle. Self protection is the best sort. Even though the response time in my neighborhood is about 2 minutes, that 2 minutes could mean the life of a loved one. I will never lose one again to violence and for sure not at the hands of some shit head loser that wants to beat up an old man. It all goes back to Edmund Burke. If you stand for nothing, you will get nothing. I know that isn't the quote that he is the most famous for, but it holds true. If good men do nothing then evil (or the government (ours and yours) will triumph. Keep up the good work K and don't let the distractors take away what you have achieved. I do have one question that is killing me about your book. When Gotti Jr. put out a contract on Curtis were you still in New York? If so, did it he shake him up or just piss him off?

    1. The problem with Canada is not the people - many do own guns and they are (fairly) widely available - but with the rampant modernism (often referred to as "liberalism" but the term modernism is much more historically correct and accurate).







      It is the same modernism that is fighting gun ownership in the USA, despite the USA Constitution clearly stating people have the right to own and bear arms.

      It is the same modernism that has eliminated firearm ownership in the rest of the British Commonwealth.

      As Agent K has stated so clearly previously, our struggle is not against earthly powers, but against the principalities and powers (two of the nine choirs of angels - in this case referring to the fallen angels, the demons - the angels of hell - (do not be confused by the "coincidence" in names between this and a gang of the same name and mistakenly liken this to only be as applicable as it is to a team name like the New Jersey Devils).

    2. Someone once said "An armed society is a polite society"

      To some extent, I agree with that. We are moving towards becoming a police state anyhow. With so many cops, will come the corruption.

  3. http://www.thenownewspaper.com/focus-a-tale-of-two-shelters-from-surrey-to-vancouver-1.1687475
    These are the comparative issues re SLUM SURREY as compared to VANCOUVER's more serious attempt to help the homeless.


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