Friday, August 5, 2016

Gang news update - fatality at Fraser Pretrial



Kelowna Capital News is reporting that "The trial for the three men accused of the 2011 gangland style slaying of Jonathan Bacon has again been delayed. Jujhar Khun-Khun, Jason Thomas McBride and Michael Hunter Jones will now go to trial May 1 2017 for one charge of first-degree murder apiece, as well as multiple attempted murder charges and firearms offences. That date marks nearly six years since the shooting that threw Kelowna into chaos."

So Kling Klung is still taking the fall for the Kelowna shooting and the Jonathan Bacon murder. Might as well. Someone's gotta do it. Kelowna Capital News is also reporting that Mounties seized a load of cash and illegal drugs as the result of an investigation into two men with gang ties. It's obviously a Hells Angels rival because of the miniscule amount of drugs seized: 5.25 ounces of Heroin; 8.75 ounces of Cocaine; 2.5 ounces of Methamphetamine; and $21,000 cash.

I wonder if the BC Gang Task force is every going to target Hells Angels and the big drug rings again. Nobody seems to care about the massive amount of drugs being sold outside the Front Room on the Surrey Strip or the fact that the drug dealers just there sold a bad batch of crack laced with fentanyl. Instad of arresting the drug dealers in Surrey Bill Fordy is letting them set up illegal injection sites to help the drug dealers do more business. Still no word about the fentanyl fatality at Shakerz in the news.

Tragically there was a fatality at Fraser Pretrial. The Surrey Now is reporting that A 25-year-old man is dead after a fight between two cell mates at Surrey Pretrial on Wednesday (Aug. 3). A lot of work still needs to be done to address the violence in the prison system.

A drug lab was busted in Agassiz and an organized crime crackdown in New York. Too bad Surrey is too afraid to embrace the New York model. They're winning the war on crime. We're not.

4 comments:

  1. Do u not think it was khun khun? I mean why wouldn't it be? He was obviously sided with the Durhe/Dhak group. He probably had friends that were killed from the opposing side saw a opportunity and took it. I know everyone was expecting some high level assassin to do the hit but sometimes it's who you least expect it that steps up to the job. I'm surprised they haven't had any attempts on his life in pre trial lock up...

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    1. He might have been the driver but that guy doesn't have the brains to tie his own shoelaces. He tried to commit suicide after he threw his fiancee out of his vehicle.

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  2. Only 6 years to get to trial huh? Wanna bet the perps are guilty of a reduced charge and released due to time served awaiting trial being given double credit?

    What a joke.

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  3. The police go after the "other guys" because they are not nearly as organized and it is much easier to "get" them.

    Not to mention these other guys do not have as much money to pay off "justice" officials, police and politicians and pay for high-profile, high cost lawyers...

    There is a good book written by Marie Campbell regarding the drug trade in BC in the late 1960's and early 1970's, entitled 'Halfbreed' (http://hpcanpub.mcmaster.ca/case-study/maria-campbell-s-halfbreed-biography-purpose).

    It is well worth a read and if it was as bad, back then, as this work reveals, it is most certainly worse today (and will help explain a LOT in why the HA are never effectively pursued).

    A quote from the link above reveals, "the manuscript “named names” and he also took issue with the reference to an alleged rape involving members of the RCMP – McClelland was certain the law enforcement agency would seek an injunction stopping distribution if the alleged incident were to be included in the book".

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