Sunday, April 2, 2023

Vito's son Leonardo Rizzuto shot in Laval

Update: Hells Angels investigation continues with more search warrants in Quebec

Last month CTV reported that "Quebec provincial police are asking for the public's help in solving the attempted murder of Leonardo Rizzuto, the son of the late reputed Mafia boss Vito Rizzuto. The suspect pulled up beside the car as it approached the exit for Highway 13 and fired several gunshots toward the Mercedes, before driving off, according to police."

"Rizzuto, 53, was shot in the leg while driving a black Mercedes on the westbound Highway 440 in Laval Wednesday afternoon. Rizzuto managed to stop the vehicle in the parking lot of a funeral home just off the highway. Police officers found the vehicle riddled with bullet holes, including at least two that pierced the driver-side window." That is big news. Laval is Red and White.

The Quebec Hells Angels were Rizzuto associates. The Ontario Hells Angels were Rizzuto rivals. They supported the Calabrian in Hamilton when Vito was in prison before he was killed. The Hells Angels in Quebec were raided last week but we have yet to hear the results of that raid.

"According to reports, investigators from the National Organized Crime Enforcement Squad (ENRCO) are raiding the residences of half a dozen individuals, including Montreal chapter Hells Angels Martin Robert, St├ęphane Plouffe and Michel Lamontagne."

"The homes of other individuals, including the former lieutenant of the Rizzuto clan Francesco Del Balso, now considered by the police to be close to the bikers, were also searched. The suspects are suspected of being the heads of a network of narcotics traffickers and distributors active in Montreal and in the North and South Crowns. This is the first wave of searches carried out during the investigation and intended to gather clues, because since the Supreme Court's Jordan decision, which limits judicial delays, the police and the prosecution want to be ready to release their evidence as soon as a suspect is arrested and charged."

18 comments:

  1. If he'd gone to Dental School this wouldn't have happened......

    "Play stupid games, win stupid prizes....."

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    1. He went to law school.
      So much for the education will save you theory.

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    2. I assume they meant if he lived an honest living instead of selling drugs he wouldn't have been shot. There are good lawyers and there are bad lawyers. Supporting a life of crime is not a good thing. The problem isn't being a lawyer. The problem is being involved in a life of crime.

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    3. You assume correctly. HE assumed the "education will save you" theory but that wasn't what I said. I said "if he'd gone to Dental School."

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  2. He was a lawyer.

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    1. Crime families need lawyers in the family. He was the spare so
      he could go to law school. His older brother was heir to Vito. His sister Betina is a lawyer too. Notice they didn’t choose to be doctors, lawyers! Of course.
      Btw Vito died of natural
      causes.

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    2. Right? I wonder what really happened?

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    3. It was probably natural causes but ya never know. There was one case when they killed one of them with a sniper while he was eating dinner with his family. That had military intelligence written all over it. That's not the way the mafia did hits.

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  3. He wants to continue to run the family business, their re risks and rewards with every career. Hell look at the teaching profession, it is becoming a dangerous career.

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  4. Its such a disgrace that our INjustice system wastes the public’s precious resources on “investigating” criminals who kill each other. When the police beg for the publics “help” to solve the murder of thugs I chuckle with sarcasm, does Counsel actually think us Joe Average Law Abiding Canadians give a rats arse? Or does Crown pursue these career criminals based on their “likelihood of conviction?” Seriously, our policing need a reboot, stop wasting tax payers money on trying to provide justice to the thugs of Canada and start solving the REAL crimes perpetrated against REAL CANADIANS!

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    1. I agree with this comment, we do waste a lot of money on policing in Canada. Here in BC the Hells Angels have doubled in size. Your tax dollar at work.

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    2. Amen Amen Amen

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  5. Reading the comments here...lol.. people think the Rizzuto.. HA... are "criminals" while the Liberal Party of Canada... some of the Provincial Conservative partys, the political king maker Bronfman Family... the ultra corrupt RCMP... the Law Society of Ontario... the Crown all run ponzi and money laundering operations the billions if not trillions and control the courts, judges, lawyers, prison guards, Bank of Canada, the ports, the media... wow.. people drink the kool aid up. SNC Lavalin, Irvings, Westons, Katz are massively more criminal than punk bikers could ever dream to be.

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    1. I agree the corporate corruption and the political corruption we now see makes the Hells Angels look like boy scouts. We need to focus on that because what they do affects all of us. What the Hells Angels do doesn't.

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  6. Canada hasn't been run for the average Canadian citizen for a very long time now. What has been done to our cousins down south has been done to us as well.

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  7. We really are a broken country. Sure hope I’m long gone when it implodes.

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    1. I think it's an exciting time to be alive. We are witnessing prophecies fulfilled right before our very eyes. As Damian Marley said, "Have no fear of atomic energy. None of them can stop the time.... Some say it's just a part of it. We've got to fulfill the book." It's a wild ride but it does have a happy ending. https://youtu.be/hwNlQRvV-b4?t=129

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