Wednesday, June 5, 2019

Hells Angels drug bust in Laval

CBC is reporting that "Laval police initiated a series of raids Tuesday morning aimed at taking down a synthetic drug ring. About 235 police officers from across the province have been searching 13 locations in Laval and Montreal, as well as North Shore communities such as Terrebonne, Saint-Lin-Laurentides, Boisbriand, Saint-Eustache and Saint-Jérôme.

Police say the raids are linked to the Hells Angels. Eleven people have been arrested so far, and police have seized cocaine, cannabis, methamphetamines, cash and weapons, said Sgt. Geneviève Major. The operation is part of an investigation that started in February 2018 when the Canada Border Services Agency intercepted 200 packages containing Xanax. The return addresses on the packages were post office boxes in Laval.

Cocaine with Xanax - that's what they had Caitlin on. Simon and Christian Davidson, the sons of disgraced former Montreal police officer Ian Davidson in Laval were busted in a cocaine and Xanax drug ring back in 2015. This new bust is an offshoot of that one.

If the police arrest Hells Angels associates for selling Cocaine with Xanax in Laval, why won't they do it in Kelowna? What makes BC so corrupt?

1 comment:

  1. In my opinion, Quebec having gone through the "biker wars back" in the day, are intent upon keeping things under control. having things get out of control is not only expensive for the public, but it upsets the voters.

    now in B.C., we have the "gang tiffs", but they aren't like the "biker wars" in Quebec. As I recall, back in the day, one gang tried to blow up another and put a bomb in a vehicle, the vehicle blew up and killed a child. people didn't take that well. In B.C. that hasn't happened so many don't care. Many of those killed are people of colour and again, frequently that isn't as important as some who isn't a person of colour. (just my opinion)

    Is B.C. more corrupt than Quebec? Perhaps some what. Corruption in Quebec has always been a bit different. In B.C. politicians didn't want it to interfere with their political agendas. they and the RCMP were "close", the press was even "closer" to the all of them. Things slide and no one was that "concerned" except perhaps the families of the innocent who were killed by mistake.

    Perhaps people in Quebec live in the same areas for a longer period of time, are more connected to each other and that is likely to effect more, unlike in B.C. where for decades most people weren't born here.

    In spite of the FLQ and such things, I've always considered Quebec a more stable society than B.C.'s. We've had corruption here since the get go. I can remember it being discussed when I was a child, like in elementary school, we go back to the 1950s.


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