The Abbotsford news reported that "The men who plotted and carried out the 2011 murder of B.C. gangster Jonathan Bacon were expressionless as they pleaded guilty to their crimes Tuesday, putting an end to a lengthy trial mired in red tape."
"Jason McBride was one of two gunmen who masked his face and charged toward a Porsche Cayenne Aug. 14, 2011 while firing an AK 47 style gun, said Crown counsel Dave Ruse, reading from the statement of fact.
Within the Porsche were members of the drug dealing gang, the “Wolf Pack,” which included Larry Amero, who was driving, Bacon was in the front passenger seat and James Riach was in a back seat. They were with companions, Leah Hadden-Watts and Lyndsey Black.
McBride, who was seen in video footage shown in court can be seen approaching the Cayenne in white sneakers, was with now-deceased Manny Hairan, who shot the car with a glock style gun, while people walking dogs, children and elderly hotel guests ran for cover."
"Much of Crown counsel’s case was reliant on testimony from unsavoury witnesses, and that has caused a number of challenges, the most significant of which being delays."
Unsavoury witnesses is an appropriate description of Donnie McWhirter and the rat pack.
I told you Kling Klung wasn't one of the shooters. I don't even think he drove the car. The second shooter is dead. Yeah that sounds like something Blaze would say. The crown got a conviction. That's all they care about. If the IHITit wants to move forward they need to cut Blaze loose.