Monday, May 23, 2022

Cartel shot the Canadian tourists for a drug debt

The Borderland Beat is reporting that "The Jalisco New Generation Cartel planned the execution of two Canadian citizens at the Xcaret Hotel in Quintana Roo in early 2022, who were members of a Vietnamese mafia cell that owed money to the Mexican criminal organization, for which they executed the two men in the tourist destination of Playa del Carmen."

"Robert James Dinh was the main target, considered by Canadian authorities and the Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA) to be the right-hand man of the head of the Vietnamese mob there, Cong Dinh. The latter is wanted for his alleged activities in laundering millions of dollars from the sale and shipment of ecstasy, marijuana, and cocaine. The operations linked to this subject identified by the DEA cover Mexico, California, Australia, Vietnam, and the streets of northern Canada." Sounds a we bit fishy. Local reports said the Red and White were involved.

Mexican authorities said Thomas Cherukara, the other male killed also from Toronto, was a member of the Hells Angels. The Canadian spin doctors said he wasn't a member must have been an associate. That still documents an affiliation. The Business Insider reported that both Robert Dinh and Thomas Cherukara had links to the Hells Angels.
Blaze, posing as a former UN member said "Canadian Hells Angels bikers owned a luxury condo by Playa del Carmen that was open to all members. It's kind of like a clubhouse inside a gated community protected by an armed guard." Blaze and Jamie Bacon are both in the rat pack now.

1 comment:

Comments are moderated so there will be a delay before they appear on the blog.