Friday, April 13, 2018

Manitoba Hells Angels president cries like a girl

CBC is reporting that Dale Kelland, the president of the Manitoba Nomads of the Hells Angels is complaining about the no gang colours rule in Manitoba businesses. Excuse me while I gag. Dale Kelland, also known as Dale Donavan or Deli was the president of the Winnipeg Hells Angels when he was sentenced to 8 and 1/2 years in prison for cocaine trafficking.

Deli was president when they were all busted in that huge drug ring where Famous Amos was caught on video cutting crack cocaine for the Winnipeg Hells Angels. Not only were the Zig Zag crew selling crack for the Winnipeg Hells Angels, but they were also paying the club protection money to protect them from rival drug dealers.

Before Dale Donovan, the former local chapter president, Ernie Dew, was sentenced to 13-years for drug trafficking. After Dale Donovan the next local president, Dale Sweeney was sentenced to 11 years for cocaine trafficking. With that much jurisprudence the Popo should seize their clubhouse. All that chapter did was sell drugs. Instead of living the dream they were out there pimping it. Now he's crying because they are enforcing bar watch and are banning gang colours from local businesses. That's what they call a natural consequence of criminal activity.

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