Thursday, January 17, 2019

El Chapo and the Canadian Hells Angels



Kim Bolan is reporting on one line from a New York Times article that stated that Alex Cifuentes testified at El Chapo's trial claiming that "On the stand, Mr. Cifuentes admitted to hatching a failed murder plot with the Hell’s Angels in Canada."

The compromised BC Gang Task force's spin on that statement makes for a great screen play in a fictional novel. The National Post dives more in depth to what was actually said in court.

The National Post is reporting that court transcripts claim the target of the hit was Canadian drug trafficker Stephen Tello, also known as Catboy. As well as Tello, official court transcripts obtained by the National Post show the narco outlining a longstanding relationship for cocaine, heroin and ice (or crystal meth) deals with a man called “Tony Suzuki,” believed to be Antonio Pietrantonio, a well-known Montreal mafia operative. La Presse outlines the Montreal connection.

This proves the link between Operation Fast and Furious and cocaine in Canada.



Donald Trump Pardons El Chapo in exchange for testimony against Hilary Clinton and the CIA

Russian Mike jailed in Curacao suspected of smuggling cocaine into Canada

Mistreating El Chapo diminishes all of us.

3 comments:

  1. And I thave thought they only did charity toy runs !!

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  2. "Go directly to jail, do not pass 'GO', do not collect $200...."

    Yeah, imagine the stories this guy could tell....which is why as soon as he is convicted he will be whisked off to the SuperMax in Colorado, never to be heard from again.

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  3. They may try to whisk him "off to the SuperMax in Colorado", however, there first has to be a guilty verdict and then they have to be able to move him. If I were in a betting poll, and if the government is still not being funded, I'd put my money on el chapo.

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