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Saturday, August 26, 2017
Two busts in PEI keep the pressure on the Hells Angels
This post is going to clearly demonstrate the polar opposites in how the Maritimes are dealing with the Hells Angels compared to how BC generally and Surrey specifically is. They represent two opposite extremes. We are now forced to ask why has BC dropped the ball?
The Guardian is reporting that "Police arrest members of Hells Angels hangaround club in Charlottetown for allegedly running illegal lottery." Oooo scary. An illegal lottery. What will they think of next? "Members of P.E.I.’s Organized Crime Task Force (OCTF) hope they’ve shut down the Hells Angels hangaround club in Charlottetown for good." Clearly P.E.I.’s Organized Crime Task Force is going after the Hells Angels while BC's Gang Task force is not.
"OCTF arrested who they believe are all nine members of the Charlottetown club (affiliated with the Woodbridge hangaround chapter in Ontario) for allegedly operating an illegal lottery." OK so the HA puppet club in PEI is afilated with the Ontario Hells Angels, specifically Woodbridge where all the mob violence is currently under way.
Nobody cares about illegal lotteries. That does not devastate communities like crack, fentanyl and crystal meth. Yet this appears to be a proactive approach in dealing with the plague before it cripples PEI like it has Surrey and Vancouver. Linda Airhead Hepner says gang shootings affect business. No they do not. Letting them sell crack in public does and she STILL refuses to do anything about that. She cries about the symptom while she refuses to address the cause. In fact she is actively involved in promoting it just like Dianne Watts was.
Police raid two Charlottetown biker clubs and seize liquor
The Guardian is also reporting that "Members of the Organized Crime Task Force, which included Charlottetown, Summerside and Kensington police officers as well as the RCMP federal investigation unit, executed search warrants at the Harley Club at 352 University Ave. and a Hells Angels hangaround club at 205 Fitzroy St. throughout the late morning and early afternoon on Saturday. RCMP Cpl. Andy Cook, who is also provincial outlaw motorcycle gang (OMG) co-ordinator, said the warrants were served under the liquor control act."
Wow, PEI has a Motorcycle Gang Unit and BC doesn't imagine that. That is the root of the problem rght there. After the OMGU did such a great job in Kelowna busting David Giles and Johnny Newcome, the corrupt Christy Clark government disbanded the OMGU.
Nobody cares if the Hells Angels sell liquor in their clubhouses. People care about the Hells Angels selling crack and fentanyl in their community. In Surrey the RCMP are providing the Hells Angels drug dealers police protection on the Surrey strip. In the Maritimes the police won't even let the Hells Angels sell booze in their own clubhouse. From one extreme to the other. The bottom line is that we should not be letting them sell hard drugs on the Surrey strip in public. That is killing businesses in the area and Linda Airhead Hepner is still refusing to do anything about it. Just like her predecessor Dianne Watts she is all talk and no action.
In PEI they are even going after the Charlottetown Harley Club for selling booze. Bobby Falls son Cory was hanging out with s drug dealer in PEI but so was the Vancouver Mayor's son. Nailing them for drug trafficking and prostitution would be in order but for selling booze in their own clubhouse is a bit extreme. Yet us going to the other extreme and providing their drug dealers police protection on the Surrey strip is simply bat sh*t crazy.
With regards to selling booze “The Charlottetown Harley Club has been doing this for a long time, the Hells Angels Club has not since they’re fairly new…. So it’s the oldest club on Prince Edward Island and the newest club.” Clearly the police are rightfully concerned about the Charlottetown Harley Club endorsing the Hells Angels because everyone knows what comes next.
“If the Hells Angels weren’t in the ACC, would things be what they are right now? They talk about biker respect, biker rights and motorcycle safety but when the Hells Angels are in your group, it automatically taints you,” said Cook. Indeed it does. So why are we providing police protection for their drug dealers on the Surrey strip? The Surrey RCMP letting the Hells Angels in their group has indeed tainted them. We need to bring back the OMGU in BC. It's as simple as that.
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Looks like PEI decided to deal with the H.A. prior to them getting a foot hold in the province. As you note there were several city police forces involved and that is the problem in B.C. We use the RCMP almost every where and they have a 20 year contract with the province. Now if you have a 20 year contract with some one how hard are you going to work at it? The RCMP in B.C. do not report to any one, its too Ottawa where their pay cheques and promotions come from. No one has much interest in B.C. its just enough to get established and move on. If you get transferred here its only good if you're retiring. the younger officers are too stressed out by the cost of living and specifically the cost of housing to have much energy left for the job.ReplyDelete
We know what needs to be done. if the politicians don't push to get it done, well one goes back to the old line of, if you're not part of the solution, you're part of the problem.
perhaps we will see some changes with the new provincial government, but when it comes to the RCMP in B.C. I think they are so entrenched, it will take a nuke to get rid of them. We have only to look at what they did to Glen Clark while Christy and el gordo's gang, had a lovely time of it.