Thursday, November 29, 2018

The Hells Angels sold cocaine out of the Dell Hotel



Km Bolan is covering the trial about the seizure of the Hells Angels clubhouses in Nanaimo, East Vancouver and Kelowna. Michael Plante has taken the stand. Obviously Michael Plante's testimony has nothing to do with the Nanaimo clubhouse only the East Van clubhouse. Neil Hall wrote a book about his testimony in the EPandora trial called the Hells Angels vs the Million Dollar Rat. Plante was paid a million dollars to wire tap and testify against the East Vancouver Hells Angels. Now Kim Bolan is reporting that he is being paid $80,000 to testify in this trial.

Michael Plante's testimony primarily involved Randy Potts, John Punko and Ron Lising. Randy Potts was a complete Potsie. He was a full patch Hells Angel. Somebody beat him up in Surrey and stole his patch. The interesting part of the recent testimony was the claim that Michael Plante met Randy Potts when Randy was selling cociane out of the Dell Hotel in Surrey.

That is yet another confirmation the Hells Angels were actively involved in that part of the Surrey drug trade at that time. Ryan was a long time Surrey meth cook that worked for John Punko.

The Hells Angels and the Surrey House of Horrors connected to the Pickton Farm

Bag of guns found in Newton tied to the Hells Angels

2 comments:

  1. Mr. Plante is certainly being paid a great deal of money to testify to what he allegedly saw and heard. With that much money in his pocket, one might be less than inclined to believe what he has to say, if one weren't the trusting sort. OMG, those dollars were my tax dollars. A million dollars, that is disgusting.

    One might recoup the million and change from the sale of the Vancouver club house, given the cost of real estate, but when you count in the cost of the investigation and the trial, not so much.

    Now why some one wants to take away the Nanaimo and E. van club houses is beyond me. The H.A. have owned them forever. Newer assets perhaps, but those two, ridiculous. Then when you consider the amount of money the H.A makes from "illegal drug sale", allegedly, you'd think the police would want to stop that instead of trying to take away two pieces of property.

    All of this sounds very fishy or something like that. For the amount of money they paid Mr Plante, they could have purchased new equipment and simply recorded them from a distance. Paying some one to testify, in my opinion taints the testimony. How can you trust some one who wanted $80K to do their civic duty.

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    1. t's a lot of money to spend but at that time it was money well spent. Yet once again the focus on seizing the proceeds of crime without stopping the drug trafficking is misplaced. Seizing the Kelowna clubhouse is a no brianer. Yet providing police protection for the Wold Pack while they sell cocaine in Surrey is not. It makes the whole thing compromised.

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