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Re: Why the mob war in Montreal may be far from over [Re: antimafia] #971225
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I think Raymond Desfosses is also free again.


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Great list thx Giacomo.

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Re: Why the mob war in Montreal may be far from over [Re: antimafia] #971286
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Good post Blackmobs

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Not suprised that some irish were teaming with the Rock Machine against the Hells Angels.

Some we’ll known irish mob stronghold were also Rock Machine neighborhood

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Scalish do you have informations about the 90s war in vancouver between the HA and the Russians?

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No I never kept up with gangs in B.C no Italians there that's why that is more.my interest. Lots of Bikers and Chinese gangs there. The Bacon brothers were pretty big at one time, but one got shot to death one is in jail and I think one is out on patrol. Sorry don't have more for you bro.

Re: Why the mob war in Montreal may be far from over [Re: antimafia] #971292
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That alright.
Don’t remember if I saw that in an article or listened in the radio.
Vito Rizzuto went to Vancouver to handle buisnesses over there. He had also power in Vancouver.


Also, the Wolfpack gang from Vancouver seems to make troubles in Ontario and Quebec

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Rizzuto doing business out there is new to me, but then again he had his hand in alot of places including Mexico, Dominican and Venezuela.

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There are/were some Italian OC in Vancouver, such as the Papalia bros (no relation to the Hamilton papalias)

Re: Why the mob war in Montreal may be far from over [Re: antimafia] #971301
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Never knew that thx for the info.

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Re: Why the mob war in Montreal may be far from over [Re: antimafia] #971303
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Nice thanks.

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Rocco Zito had a guy there in Vancouver that washed money for him from the 1960s till his death in the 90s. I believe Zito had a counterfeiter there who almost sunk Zito, but the charges against Rocco Zito were dropped I believe. The Commissos had a drug connection there from late 1970s till mid 1980s. Mobsters from NF did a hit in Vancouver half a decade ago. HA control the docks and that use to be mob controlled through the longshoremen, well 502. Not hard to connect how that happened, when at least four HA members were former associates with mafia families.


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Originally Posted by Blackmobs
Scalish do you have informations about the 90s war in vancouver between the HA and the Russians?


It started with the murder of Ray Ginetti a wealthy businessman/playboy close to the HA. Then they killed the Ukrainian Filonov brothers.


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Good info thx guys. I did read the Commissos Had some businesses there.

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https://www.journaldemontreal.com/2019/05/11/les-funerailles-du-mafieux-salvatore-scoppa-annulees-1

The funeral of the mafia Salvatore Scoppa canceled

The funeral of Salvatore Scoppa shot during a family party last weekend is canceled. It was the mafia murderer's wife in Laval who made the announcement on her Instagram account.

According to what TVA Nouvelles has learned, the police believe that the family may have been warned of certain "dangers".

The funeral of the 49-year-old was due to take place Monday in Little Italy in Montreal.

Missed attempt

The mafia of Laval had already been the target of an attack in the parking lot of a Terrebonne restaurant in February 2017, but had escaped with an injury to one arm.

The accused in this case, Frederick Silva, a notorious hitman, was arrested on February 22 following a two-year manhunt. He is waiting for his trial.


Scoppa and his older brother Andrew had come under the spell of Stefano Sollecito, Acting Head of the Rizzutto at the time. The victim was particularly involved in drug trafficking on Île Jésus and in the Montreal district of Rivière-des-Prairies.

According to police reports, there was no indication that Scoppa's life was threatened again since the attempted murder in 2017.

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The latest murder — see article link below — may not have anything to do with current tensions.

Update: Police have found gun, vehicle linked to fatal shooting in Brossard

https://montrealgazette.com/news/lo...y-night-shooting-in-brossard-restaurant/

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Crazy stuff.

Re: Why the mob war in Montreal may be far from over [Re: Ciment] #971347
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"We can understand that they cancel because of the manner in which Mr. Scoppa was murdered," said criminologist Maria Mourani on Saturday. If there are other family members who have contracts on their heads and are executed by these kinds of individuals - who do not respect the Mafia's informal codes - we can expect them to intervene at the funeral ".

Ms. Mourani says she has seen in recent years, since the death of Vito Rizzuto, that since there is more godfather to keep families together, the traditional codes of the mafia are no longer respected as before.

New generations of mafiosi have their own codes, she said.

"They do not like the codes of their fathers or grandfathers, and they do a little bit of what they want to do at the assassination level, for example. In the mafia, we do not kill people in front of their families, we pay attention. [...] We try to have as few witnesses as possible, too. The case of Mr. Scoppa, it was done very visibly [...], it is a little unusual.


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this fact that italian mafia respects codes etc. it's just bullshit
in italy they always killed women and childrens, innocent witness, relatives of snichtes, members in front of families etc.

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https://www.journaldemontreal.com/2019/05/13/la-police-declare-la-guerre-a-la-mafia


Police declare war on mafia
Killing of hundreds of people is deemed inadmissible


FÉLIX SÉGUIN and JONATHAN TREMBLAY
Monday, 13 May 2019 01:00
UPDATE Monday, 13 May 2019 01:00
The murder of a Mafioso in full family reception in Laval last week shocked the police who are now openly declaring war on organized crime to ensure the safety of citizens.

"This is totally unacceptable, immediately dropped the director of the police of Laval, Pierre Brochet, in an interview felt with our Office of investigation. They entered a well-known hotel where there were hundreds of people. They fired several times without worrying about the repercussions. We were just lucky not to lose innocents. "

Salvatore Scoppa, 49, was gunned down with several firearm projectiles inside the Sheraton Hotel, in front of his wife and children on May 4th.

Hearing the many shots fired, several people present believed to be dealing with a mass killer.

"It illustrates the feeling of panic, the impact of this gesture, committed by organized crime," continued Director Brochet, visibly upset. People have been greatly affected by this event. They barricaded themselves, convinced that it was not over. "

Stop The Bandits

The Laval police have implemented the Repercussion project, which aims to increase its presence in places frequented by members of the Mafia or their associates.

In collaboration with the Sûreté du Québec and the Royal Canadian Mounted Police, it intends to redouble its efforts by carrying out interventions to repress violent phenomena, in addition to collecting additional information about the underworld.

"The situation has changed. We will be present in these places, in bars and restaurants. We will investigate them repeatedly. We will ask them what they are doing there. Obviously, the ultimate goal is to stop these bandits, "said Mr. Brochet.

Near an arrest

Despite the numerous witnesses to the murder of Scoppa, the perpetrator (s) have not yet been arrested.

However, the police would come closer to arrest.

The "amateurs" who allegedly committed this crime would have simply covered the license plate of the leakage vehicle, a black Ford Explorer, with tape.

- With Maxime Deland, QMI Agency

♦ Another public assassination was perpetrated Friday in Brossard, in a crowded restaurant in Quartier DIX30. Although the victim, Éric-Francis De Souza, seems to have no connection with organized crime, the modus operandi used was similar to that of the murder of Salvatore Scoppa.

The Mafia Salvatore Scoppa was absolutely not suspicious of the danger that awaited him the night he was shot in front of his family in Laval.

The man had greatly reduced his usual protection, learned our Investigation Bureau.

According to our sources, it is presumably without a bodyguard, without a bullet-proof jacket and without weapons that the victim had presented himself at the feast following the first communion of one of his children, in a reception hall of the Sheraton hotel.

These carefree decisions would have been contrary to all his habits.

Scoppa, who usually traveled in an armored car, even used his wife's car to get there.

Anxious and stressed

However, the Mafioso, of Calabrian origin, would have become "stressed and anxious" when he noticed that another evening, attended by guests linked to the Sicilian clan, took place at the same place.

Especially since his brother, Andrea (Andrew) Scoppa, a powerful chieftain, would have had a physical confrontation with "colleagues" in the previous weeks. Note, however, that Andrew Scoppa did not attend the party at the Sheraton.

Funeral canceled

Sign of internal tensions since the murder, the funeral of Salvatore Scoppa that was to take place today in the neighborhood of Little Italy, in Montreal, were canceled, revealed Le Journal yesterday.

The police believe that the deceased's family may have been warned of some "dangers".

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Re: Why the mob war in Montreal may be far from over [Re: antimafia] #971431
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Posted on May 13, 2019 at 05h00 | Updated at 6:16 am

Murder of a Mafioso in Laval: "It's gone too far," says the police

Unacceptable and intolerable. The police chief of Laval, Pierre Brochet, does not want any more to see, in public places of the Ile Jésus, scenes like that which occurred a week ago in the lobby of the hotel Sheraton, where the mafioso Salvatore Scoppa was shot and finished in front of stunned customers.

"Often, we say," It's organized crime, we understand that there are homicides. " But there, it went too far. Organized crime entered a public place where people had the right to be safe. There were hundreds of people. There were families on the premises. There were organized parties. Several shots were fired to commit a high-risk murder, "said Brochet in an interview with La Presse on Friday.

Just seven hours after the police chief's release, a 24-year-old man, Eric Francis De Souza, was shot in the head while he was sitting with friends at a Brossard restaurant. A second murder committed in a public place in less than a week. Again, a crime that bears the signature of organized crime, even though this assumption is still not confirmed by the police.

No excuse

"We often hear that things have changed, that the Italian mafia now entrusts murder warrants to other types of criminals, less organized [street gangs]. But I'm sorry, the mafia remains responsible for his actions. I make it accountable for what happened at the Sheraton and I thank God that nothing has happened to anyone more seriously, "said Mr. Brochet.

Five murders have been committed in Laval since the beginning of the year. Three are related to organized crime.

In the wake of the Sheraton events, the Laval police chief called his counterparts from the Sûreté du Québec (SQ) and the Royal Canadian Mounted Police (RCMP).

In collaboration with them, the Laval police launched the Repercussion project. For the past few days, patrolmen from Laval, including members of the Équinoxe squad - specialized in bar surveillance and intelligence gathering - have been visiting establishments that sell alcohol. They are accompanied by SQ organized crime officers and RCMP intelligence officers. The goal is to put pressure on organized crime.

"We can not allow organized crime to commit crimes like this in public and endanger the lives of families and children. The police, we are here to ensure the safety of citizens. When crimes such as this occur, it really comes to us and it is our duty to react. - Pierre Brochet, Chief of the Laval Police

In 2018, the SQ responded to a similar request from the Gatineau Police Service, which feared acts of violence on its territory, following several shootings in Ottawa.

"Violent crimes committed in public places are very worrying because you never know when an innocent person will be hurt or killed. In 2017, Martin Prud'homme made the fight against organized crime the operational priority at the Sûreté du Québec, and we will continue to support our partners in this fight, "says Chief Inspector Guy Lapointe, of the SQ.

Live and perish by the sword

Chief Inspector Lapointe reminds us that killers hired by organized crime no longer have loyalty and allegiance, and accept contracts from enemy clans. The lure of profit motivates them. According to our information, the contract on the head of Salvatore Scoppa would have been $ 300,000 to $ 500,000.

For the moment, the thesis that his assassination was ordered by the Sicilians, in agreement with other clans of the Montreal mafia, is still the most plausible, according to a police source.

"The code of honor is dead with Vito Rizzuto. Salvatore Scoppa lived by the sword and he perished by the sword, "summed up a policeman recalling that the mafia was involved in several murders and violent acts during his career.

"The way Scoppa was killed is a personal matter. The sponsor wanted to humiliate him and his family. - An individual from the criminal milieu

The family of Salvatore Scoppa has given up on exposing the remains and celebrating funerals. These tributes were to take place yesterday and today, in Little Italy, according to information that circulated at the end of last week in the criminal and police circles.

Some information wants the Scoppa family to make this decision because of the threats it would have received, but this has not been confirmed.

To contact Daniel Renaud, call 514 285-7000, ext. 4918, write to drenaud@lapresse.ca or write to La Presse's mailing address .

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Sébastien Beauchamp, a relationship with the Hells Angels, was shot dead in the afternoon in the parking lot of a garage, at the corner of Langelier and Robert Boulevards, in the borough of Saint-Léonard. He tries to flee the killer who fires several shots in the busy intersection. At least one bullet hits a citizen's vehicle, without hurting her.

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Around 8 pm, Sébastien Vena is hit by a projectile on Lévesque Boulevard in Laval. He takes refuge in a restaurant where his murderer finishes it under the eyes of witnesses.

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Around 8:30 pm, Antonio de Blasio was killed in front of his son, in a park in the Saint-Leonard area where a football training session had just ended, in the presence of many young people and their parents.

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An individual enters the Cafe Sinatra (former Hillside), rue Fleury, in the afternoon and kills an innocent client, Angelo D'Onofrio, confusing the latter with an established member of the Montreal mafia.

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Following is a link to photos and video accompanying the article to which Ciment posted two posts back (warning: You may find the images disturbing or unsettling):

https://www.tvanouvelles.ca/2019/05/13/en-images-au-chur-de-la-tuerie-du-sheraton-de-laval

Also:

«Des gestes inacceptables du crime organisé», dénoncent les policiers

https://www.tvanouvelles.ca/2019/05...u-crime-organise-denoncent-les-policiers

Sans garde du corps, sans arme, le mafieux Scoppa ne se méfiait pas

https://www.tvanouvelles.ca/2019/05...arme-le-mafieux-scoppa-ne-se-mefiait-pas

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Project Répercussion: Laval police create special squad after reckless Mafia-related hit

https://montrealgazette.com/news/lo...uad-following-reckless-mafia-related-hit

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Project Répercussion: Laval police create special squad after reckless Mafia-related hit

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Originally Posted by Ciment
https://montrealgazette.com/news/lo...uad-following-reckless-mafia-related-hit

Project Répercussion: Laval police create special squad after reckless Mafia-related hit


Like they did with Eclipse to fight street gangs in Montreal.

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A man shot dead in Terrebonne Sunday

A man was killed by firearm projectiles during a shootout that took place on Sunday night in front of a residence in the Lachenaie sector in Terrebonne, northeast of Montreal.

The person who opened fire managed to flee to an unknown destination before the arrival of the first officers of the Terrebonne Police Service in the predominantly residential area where the attack took place.

The victim, Éric Chabot, was 42 years old. The exact circumstances of the assassination remain to be established.


Since the police believe that the case could be a settling of accounts related to the activities of organized crime, the direction of the investigation was forwarded to the Sûreté du Québec (SQ). Officers from the SQ's Crimes Against the Person squad will deploy a command post at the scene on Monday so that people who have information about this case can meet the police.

It was the third homicide to occur in the Montreal area in just eight days.

Last Friday night, a man opened fire in a crowded restaurant on Boulevard Leduc in the Quartier DIX30 neighborhood in Brossard, Montérégie, reaching a 25-year-old man who succumbed to his injuries during the night. hospital. The Longueuil Agglomeration Police Service (SPAL) does not yet report an arrest concerning this case

And last May 4th, at the end of the evening, a man who was identified with the Italian mafia, Salvatore Scoppa, was the target of shots in the entrance of a hotel in Laval located on the road serving the city. 15. The shooter is still off.

The murder of the 49-year-old man in front of several people, including children, outraged the population, prompting the Laval Police Service (SPL) to set up the "Repercussion Project" to ensure a greater police presence in places frequented by individuals linked to organized crime.

-With the Canadian Press

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Project Répercussion: Laval police create special squad after reckless Mafia-related hit

https://montrealgazette.com/news/lo...uad-following-reckless-mafia-related-hit


After hotel shooting, Laval police vow to crack down on organized crime

https://www.cbc.ca/news/canada/montreal/laval-hotel-shooting-police-respond-1.5133430

Re: Why the mob war in Montreal may be far from over [Re: antimafia] #971444
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Who are these other 2 guys that got killed? Anyone know?

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