Tuesday, August 1, 2017

Police post pictures of Hells Angel targets



Just when I thought it couldn't get any worse it does. Today the Postmedia monopoly posted pictures of rival drug dealers the Hells Angels are trying to kill. I kid you not. The police released the photographs because the victims of the shootings will not provide information about their attackers. If they did, they would be dead for sure so why punish them twice?

It's bad enough the police are watching the drug trafficking out of Shakerz without lifting a finger to stop it. To make matters worse they are now providing police protection for the drug dealers on the Surrey Strip. Now they are releasing pictures of people the Hells Angels are trying to kill. Just who's side are they on? I guess that is now obvious. That kind of stupidity is Billy Fordy dejavu.

In 2009, Agent 22 was a police agent in Winnipeg. He was a member of the Zig Zag crew which was a Hells Angels puppet club that sold crack for the Hells Angels in Winnipeg. The police agent was flown into BC in 2009 where he met with a Hells Angels associate named Eric Sandberg. Sandberg told the police agent he could acquire any type of gun the agent wanted and spoke of plans to wipe out all of the competition in Surrey.

That was at the peak of the gang war. How then can we talk about shootings in Surrey and not talk about the Hells Angels? Why and the hell would we post pictures of people the Hells Angels are trying to kill? Are we trying to stop gang violence or are we trying to help the Hells Angels maintain their monopoly on the drug trade? Our actions speak louder than our words.

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  1. From the linked news report:

    “They have each been spoken to by investigators and although their lives are in danger, they have not provided statements to police,” McDonald told a Surrey news conference Monday. “As such, Surrey RCMP believes these people have become a risk to public safety.”

    The RCMP should, therefore, be posting pictures of the Hells Angels and declaring them a "risk to public safety" for putting these lives at risk.

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    1. It would make a whole lot more sense to post pictures of the shooters than the victims.

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