Saturday, March 26, 2016

Dominic DiPalma sentenced to six years for cocaine trafficking



The Sherwood Park News is reporting that "Dominic Vincent DiPalma Jr., 35, was handed a six-year prison sentence at Edmonton’s Court of Queen’s Bench on Monday after pleading guilty to possession of cocaine for the purpose of trafficking."

"Charges against DiPalma stemmed from a 2014 investigation that saw six members of the Hells Angels arrested on charges related to organized crime, including a search of DiPalma’s Strathcona County residence, where $50,000 in cash was seized."

"His local home was raided on April 23, 2014, two months after a search warrant was executed at his Edmonton residence, where police found 1.8 kilograms of cocaine hidden in bathroom ceiling tiles. Another $50,000 in bundled cash was also seized from that home, along with a money counter and drug-dealing paraphernalia, the court heard on Monday. Officers left an electronic tracker where the cocaine stash had been located, and DiPalma was arrested four days later when he removed it from the ceiling tiles."

Charges originally stem from the 2014 investigation after which one of their own guys was murdered. February of this year new charges were added to the original ones where the nearly 2 kilos of cocaine were seized. Evidently the tracking device on the cocaine made it difficult for him to blame one of his subordinates. It is sad Blake Christie was murdered. He wasn't killed by a rival. When Spike and Jesse ask you to support E-Ville, that is what they are asking you to support - cocaine trafficking and murder. September 2012 Two Edmonton Hells Angels were sentenced to 10 years for trafficking cocaine in Fort McMurray. In 2015 they lost their appeal.

December 2014 I named Dominic DiPalma Jr as the one responsible for the Whiteboy Posse and all their deranged drug related violence. Since then, everything I said in that post has come true.

9 comments:

  1. He certainly wasn't the brightest boy on he block. Now his block will be a cell as a "guest of the Queen's". that takes him out of commission for at least a few years. While in Prison he might want to give some thought to a new career.

    what I find interesting is some of these guys manage to operate fairly "successful" businesses, O.K. drug dealing isn't a "business" in the usual sense, but they do buy and sell a product and make money. If some of them used their brains for another line of work, they might be making the same amount of money and not having to go to jail.

    Now if you'd like to talk crime you might want to go to Norm Farrell's blog, In-sight and see what he has to write about very big corporate crime and how its connected to B.C and the current government.

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    1. Didn't Norm used to work for the Post Office? I think I corresponded with him when I was working on the Moya Greene campaign. Small world.

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    1. A career change would be beneficial nonetheless.

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    2. We can always use more organic fertilizer.... ;-)

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    3. Indeed. Same stuff, different pile.

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    4. And it is exactly this amount of money for the relatively low amount of work done that is the draw to dealing in drugs.

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  3. Who said Blake was murdered? You are the only 'media source' to make that claim... Pretty sure if a HA was murdered the the media and police would have been all over it...

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    1. His obituary was in the newspaper:
      http://www.legacy.com/obituaries/edmontonjournal/obituary.aspx?n=blake-christie&pid=175363910&

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