Sunday, August 26, 2018
Charges laid in Edmonton Redd Alert murder
Ellie May House was murdered on the Paul First Nation reserve outside of Edmonton August 4 2018. Global reported that Nora Flora Papin, 31, and Neil Benjamin Morin, 33, were arrested at a home on the Cold Lake First Nations and were charged with the second degree murder of Ellie. Papin and Morin are both residents of Paul First Nation.
Previously I reported that the Paul First Nation reserve outside of Edmonton has past history with Redd Alert, a First Nations gang that sells drugs for the Hells Angels. Likewise Alberta National News reported that "The recent appearance of Hells Angels-connected individuals on Cold Lake First Nation in Alberta triggered concerns among community leaders who are bracing for a possible increase in local drug use."
CBC is now reporting that "RCMP have charged two more people in connection to the homicide of Ellie May House, a 31-year-old mother who was shot to death Aug. 14 at a house on the Paul First Nation. Genie Elizabeth Bull, 25, and Lyle Kashten Buck, 23, were charged with second-degree murder Friday. Both are from Edmonton and were arrested after police were called to a weapons complaint in the northeast area of the city on Aug. 23."
"This was the same weapons complaint that resulted in a lengthy standoff Thursday at a home near 76th Street and 127th Avenue, RCMP Cpl. Laurel Scott confirmed Saturday morning. A tactical unit, negotiator and a robot equipped with cameras were used in the standoff. A 40-year-old man suffered a gunshot wound and was taken to hospital and later released. Hours after the standoff began, two women and a man left the home and were taken into custody.
Redd Alert murdered Janice Nicole Bryant in East Vancouver for the HAs to punish Glen Nelson.