Wednesday, June 13, 2018
Massive gang violence rally at Surrey City Hall
There was a massive gang violence rally at Surrey City Hall today sponsored by the South Asian Community. As Global points out it was a week after two teens from Frank Hurt were killed in a targeted shooting. I went to Frank Hurt. Mike Farnworth, Jagrup Brar and Garry Begg were there.
More importantly there were a lot of families there who have lost loved ones to recent gang violence. Many tears were shed and many mothers were in mourning.
In 2017 the Sikh motorcycle club launched a rally calling for City Hall to address the rise in gang violence. A year later and nothing has been done. This is why City Council needs to be replaced.
I also saw Barinder Raspode there. She has been a consistent voice against crime and gang violence. It is unfortunate we split the vote last election letting Linda Hepner get in. Barinder Rasode was one of the people Dianne Watts bullied. The only way we can make a change is by electing a new city council because Surrey Fist does not listen. They have been Surrey's Worst.
We need to bring back the Outlaw Motorcycle Gang Unit. That is what we need to do.
Surrey is ready for the New York Model. The South Asian Community is crying out for it.
Lead, follow, or get out of the way. Save our Surrey - Green Justice.
Lessons from the Kelowna Summer Jam
August 2011, Pat Fogherty was in charge of the BC Gang Task force. At that time he said the Hells Angels aren't the problem in Kelowna, they barely exist. It's the other guys we have to worry about. That caused me to make a post asking which side was he on because he was obviously out to lunch. The following summer I launched the Kelowna Summer Jam spotlighting crime in Kelowna. At the same time the OMGU launched an undercover operation targeting the Kelowna Hells Angels. That summer the OMGU proved Pat Fogherty wrong.
David Giles, the vice president of the Kelowna Hells Angels was busted in a mayor cocaine ring and Johhny Newcome was busted in a mayor stolen car, boat and motorcycle ring tied directly to the Kelowna Hells Angels. The judge was amazed at the volume of stolen vehicles involved.
David Giles was convicted of drug trafficking as was Lester Jones, the previous vice President of the Kelowna Hells Angels. David Giles was implicated in the Western Wind bust and the Dave Revell drug bust but he kept getting off. That's why I billed him as Skelator, Lord of the Underworld. The OMGU finally brought him down.
The OMGU did such a great job, the Christy Clark government disbanded them. Ever since then, the Gang Task force in BC has been compromised and stopped going after Hells Angels that sell drugs. We are now seeing the same problem in Surrey that Kelowna saw in 2011. The Hells Angels control the drugs on the Surrey strip and are responsible for all the brutal violence there.
In 2009 Agent 22 came to Vancouver. He was the one that brought down the Hells Angels crack cocaine ring in Winnipeg tied to the Zig Zag Crew. When he was in Vancouver, a Hells Angels associate in Surrey named Eric Sandberg told Agent 22 that he could get him any gun that he wanted and that they were ready to wipe out all the competition in Surrey.
On Sept. 17, 2013 a bag of guns near 76th Avenue was found in Surrey tied to the Hells Angels.
Ontario has a Biker Enforcement Unit, BC does not. When drug dealers in Saskatoon started lacing their drugs with fentanyl, the police in Saskatoon started arresting the drug dealers, the police in Surrey won't. The police in Surrey won't even arrest the drug dealers selling drugs at treatment centres. That is the root of the problem. Setting the Record Straight.
Ryan was a long time crystal meth cook in Surrey that worked for John Punko in the East Vancouver Hells Angels. Police seized 6 kilos of crystal meth from his flat in Surrey. In July 2005 he was caught in charge of a crew that was capable of making 15 kilos of crystal meth every ten days. Ryan was working for the Hells Angels.
Donnie McWhirter, the mental reject from the Kelowna IS was caught with half a kilo of crystal meth that he got from a Hells Angels meth lab in Maple Ridge. In 2002 the police busted a Hells Angels meth lab in Kelowna that was a major production point for the Valley.
In 2011, before the OMGU was disbanded, the police busted five meth labs in metro Vancouver tied to the Hells Angels. One was in Surrey. After the OMGU was disbanded the police stopped investigating meth labs. Instead, they watch the dealers sell it on the Surrey Strip.