Tuesday, November 13, 2018

Fort McMurray drug scam



August 2017 the Edmonton journal reported that "A Fort McMurray man will spend more than five years in prison after an investigation into a drug trafficking network ended with police seizing more than $1 million worth of drugs in 2015. During a Wednesday morning court appearance, Justice Kevin Feehan sentenced Paul Ohelo to serve three years and six months for trafficking cocaine and five years and six months for trafficking fentanyl. The sentence is to be served concurrently, minus a day in custody in lieu of time served."

"According to an agreed statement of facts, which Ohelo accepted, an undercover police officer and civilian agent bought thousands of dollars worth of fentanyl and cocaine from the trafficking ring during five separate occasions in 2015. Ohelo delivered the drugs to the undercover individuals and also collected their payments during the transactions. The same court documents indicate two other individuals — Patrick Felix and Spencer Brown — negotiated quantity, delivery terms and pricing with the undercover duo."

The question is, how did Patrick Felix and Spencer Brown, the ring leaders of the operation get off Scott free? Something smells pretty fishy about this one. “Felix and Mulley are accused of being the central figures in cocaine and fentanyl distribution networks that was based in Fort McMurray, but also had connections to Edmonton, Calgary, and British Columbia.”

7 comments:

  1. so from your article it is reasonable to conclude the "delivery person" went to jail, while the "sales manager and financial officer" of the corporation went free. sounds about normal. Rarely do the C.E.O.s of anything go to jail, it is usually some one further down the food chain who does the time and all is well. Would be very interesting to know what happened to the other two and if they will stand trial at a future date.

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  2. Obv they narcs. No get outta jail free card for selling fenty unless you a snitch

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    1. Perhaps but people cut deals to narc on their suppliers not their dealers. It looks like another Freeway Ricky scam where the suppliers ratted out someone that worked for them.

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    2. "dealers" are easy to come by and this one will be replaced immediately. If the "c.e.o.s" of the organization were not charged then there is something very wrong with the "justice system".

      It is only when the importing of fent is stopped that the crisis will end. currently there is, no fent. free heroin, in the province, or so it has been reported, and hence the high death rate. The police really would have been better off in arresting and trying the two other men.

      Interesting report on the t.v. news last evening. substance abuse, in the province, was costing, society over $4B. a year and that was for 2014. Perhaps now society will view this as something more than a problem others have. with those types of financial loses, we all have a stake in this.

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    3. Clearly harm promotion is not working.

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  3. Recent picture of him celebrating his win ;) .... https://ibb.co/b7txh0

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  4. e.a.f ..word in Ft Mac Mulley is hiding, an Pat is facing 15 years ..

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