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Re: Why the mob war in Montreal may be far from over [Re: antimafia] #971448
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Laval police cracking down on organized crime after fatal shooting

https://globalnews.ca/news/5270453/...on-organized-crime-after-fatal-shooting/

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I am by no means advocating murder or criminal actitvity, just making an observation that without the ongoing activity in Montreal and Ontario, this site would be more mafia history discussion than anything. It's the Wild West up there as has been mentioned before without any sign of letting up. I'm not sure if this will ever end.

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if this shit was going on in the US there would be outrage...the feds would not even let these guys take a shit without watching them. Are the criminals in Canada just that legit up there that they can get away with all these murders or is Canadian law enforcement that weak...I’m not advocating murder or any other crime either but I do have to say it does make for a great discussion and it is very entertaining lol

Re: Why the mob war in Montreal may be far from over [Re: antimafia] #971462
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Well US cities still got way more murders than Canadian cities.
The only big difference, there is a mafia war going on in Canada.

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Originally Posted by Blackmobs
Well US cities still got way more murders than Canadian cities.
The only big difference, there is a mafia war going on in Canada.


Yea good point

Re: Why the mob war in Montreal may be far from over [Re: Blackmobs] #971465
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Originally Posted by Blackmobs
Well US cities still got way more murders than Canadian cities.
The only big difference, there is a mafia war going on in Canada.

probably because in usa there are too many citizens armed and several altercations ends with a dead

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They are talking about the scoppa murder on the news right now.
They killed him in front of his kids.
The party was for the communion of one of his kids.

They are showing a video of the wife of Scoppa crying on the body of her husband and asking for her kids.

We also can see a coo trying to revive Scoppa.

Heartbreaking

Re: Why the mob war in Montreal may be far from over [Re: Blackmobs] #971484
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Originally Posted by Blackmobs
They are talking about the scoppa murder on the news right now.
They killed him in front of his kids.
The party was for the communion of one of his kids.

They are showing a video of the wife of Scoppa crying on the body of her husband and asking for her kids.

We also can see a coo trying to revive Scoppa.

Heartbreaking


Heartbreaking? He was a mobster and a guy who was not very well liked. You know the saying, live by the sword die by the sword. I don't feel sorry for the wife or kids, sorry.

Apparently he wasn't even talking to his brother (who is at the top of the Montreal mafia food chain and actually well liked by many ppl).

Re: Why the mob war in Montreal may be far from over [Re: antimafia] #971486
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Sure its not about his faith. Gangsters die like gangsters dies. But more about the reaction of his wife.
She knew that there was a possibility that je qould died like that, because of his lifestyle.
Still seeing a wife, a mother crying, a son a daughter crying, you can feel some kind of way.
But you’re not sad for the gangsters, since he probably killed people also.

Re: Why the mob war in Montreal may be far from over [Re: antimafia] #971489
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Any links to these videos? Tried finding them with a google search but couldn’t. Thanks!!

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Is it me or does it look like they’re giving him CPR while he’s face down on the floor lol

Re: Why the mob war in Montreal may be far from over [Re: antimafia] #971514
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https://www.985fm.ca/nouvelles/fait...aurait-travaille-pour-la-famille-rizzuto

The victim of the Terrebonne shootings allegedly worked for members of the Rizzuto family.

That's what the 98.5 FM crime reporter Marie-Laurence Delainey learned.

Éric Chabot, who was shot dead on Sunday, has already owned a safe business. He would, among other things, have ensured the safety of Nick Rizzuto Junior's funeral on January 2, 2010.


M.-L. Delainey learned that the victim of Terrebonne worked for the Rizzuto clan | Witnesses traumatized by shootings

With Paul Arcand and Marie-Laurence Delainey

10 hours ago

A close friend of Charlie Renda

According to a police source, Eric Chabot was still around Charlie Renda last year.

Renda is at the head of the Loreto funeral complex that once belonged to Rizzuto.

Re: Why the mob war in Montreal may be far from over [Re: Ben54] #971522
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Originally Posted by Ben54
Any links to these videos? Tried finding them with a google search but couldn’t. Thanks!!



https://www.journaldemontreal.com/2019/05/13/en-images-au-cur-de-la-tuerie-du-sheraton-de-laval

Re: Why the mob war in Montreal may be far from over [Re: antimafia] #971526
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https://www.journaldemontreal.com/2019/05/15/les-hells-en-beau-fusil-a-cause-de-la-mafia

The murder of a mafioso in a hotel in Laval not only shocked the police, but also raised the grumbling of the Hells Angels.

Influential bikers expressed their dissatisfaction with the reckless method with which Salvatore Scoppa was killed at the Sheraton Hotel on the evening of May 4, the Journal of Sources on Organized Crime said.
Some of them have even told law enforcement officials in recent days, according to our information.

This may seem surprising coming from the gang that, under the thumb of Maurice "Mom" Boucher, led a deadly war against rival gangs that killed more than 160 people and around 20 innocent victims in Quebec, between 1994 and 2002.

But the Hells, who now control almost the entire Quebec drug market, fear the repercussions of these mafia retaliation because of increased police attention.

"They do not agree with this murder. The Hells do not need to have more police heat. They want to have as little trouble as possible, "said a reliable source.

Police more present

On Monday, Laval police chief Pierre Brochet announced that his troops would increase their presence in places frequented by the mafia and other organized crime groups.

He reiterated that the murder of Scoppa, in which a shooter emptied two bullets into a crowded hotel, was "inadmissible" and could have resulted in innocent victims.

The Sûreté du Québec, which made the fight against organized crime its priority in 2017, added to it by promising to "keep up the pressure" on Mafiosi, street gangs and bikers.

These groups have already been the target of 1100 arrests in a year and a half, an average of three per day, according to Chief Inspector Guy Lapointe.

Means "at the height"

Public Safety Minister Geneviève Guilbault reiterated on Monday that "the means [of fighting organized crime] will be up to the task".

The police suspected Salvatore Scoppa of having been involved in murders at the expense of the Rizzuto clan and believe that he was the victim of revenge.

Scoppa, 49, escaped an attempted murder by leaving a restaurant in Terrebonne in 2017. The alleged hitman Frédérick Silva is currently indicted for this crime.

It seems that since Silva's arrest in February, Scoppa had dropped his guard. He was not wearing his bulletproof jacket and had no bodyguard when he was killed at a party following the first communion of one of his children.

A LOADED PISTOL IS SEIZED FROM A MAFIOSO
A Laval mafioso who felt his life threatened by rivals has been convicted of unlawful possession of a loaded pistol.

Steve Casale, considered a lieutenant in the clan of influential mafia leader Vittorio Mirarchi and Caid Raynald Desjardins, conceded the verdict last week at the courthouse in Montreal.

The 40-year-old man, who would dip into illegal sports betting and loan sharking, according to a survey by the SPVM, should receive his sentence next month.

Armed bodyguards

Nicknamed "Cook" in the underworld, he was reported to Montreal police two years ago by an informant who claimed that Casale feared for his life and never moved without being accompanied by armed bodyguards.

On June 13, 2017, the SPVM carried out a search of his residence in Laval and seized a Beretta-branded, 22-gauge pistol.

The same evening, the police also arrested one of his bodyguards, Francesco Catalano, armed with a semi-automatic pistol as he was leaving a bar in Little Italy. The possession of this prohibited weapon earned him a 28-month sentence.

This same Catalano had already been accused in 2008 - then whitewashed - of having participated in a kidnapping with Mafia Salvatore Scoppa. He was murdered at a family party at a Laval hotel on May 4th.

According to court documents, Steve Casale was one of the wedding guests of Vittorio Mirarchi in 2009 in the Bahamas and the wedding of Raynald Desjardins' daughter at the Mirage Golf Club in Terrebonne in 2011. He did not criminal record.

Mirarchi was convicted of plotting the murder of aspiring sponsor Salvatore Montagna with Desjardins in 2011. He has been free for a year and a half. He would always be perceived as a potential sponsor of the Montreal mafia.

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Re: Why the mob war in Montreal may be far from over [Re: Stu_Katz] #971527
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Any links to these videos? Tried finding them with a google search but couldn’t. Thanks!!



https://www.journaldemontreal.com/2019/05/13/en-images-au-cur-de-la-tuerie-du-sheraton-de-laval


Thanks!!

Re: Why the mob war in Montreal may be far from over [Re: antimafia] #971531
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Good article Ciment. Pretty bad when bikers think the violence was to much.

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Originally Posted by Scalish
Good article Ciment. Pretty bad when bikers think the violence was to much.


That was just a PR stunt by the bikers, they are not any better. When they were at war in the 90's they were using explosives. Unfortunately it killed a child.

Re: Why the mob war in Montreal may be far from over [Re: antimafia] #971536
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Haven't heard Mirarchi's name in a while. How involved is he with the oppositon to the Sollecito/Rizzuto leadership group?

Re: Why the mob war in Montreal may be far from over [Re: Scalish] #971538
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Originally Posted by Scalish
Good article Ciment. Pretty bad when bikers think the violence was to much.


Quebec bikers are not your traditional bikers. Totally different animal.

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Is it me or does it look like they’re giving him CPR while he’s face down on the floor lol


I thought the same thing but my connection sucks and couldn't watch it again.

Originally Posted by Blackmobs
We also can see a coo trying to revive Scoppa.


Reminds me of the video where they're doing CPR to Sal Montagna but they didn't blur it out.

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https://www.journaldemontreal.com/2019/05/16/tue-pour-venger-le-clan-rizzuto

Victim of his own methods: killed to avenge the Rizzuto clan
Suspicions hovered over the mafia Salvatore Scoppa for the murders of three influential opponents

This is one of the main assumptions the police have made to explain the death of the fearsome Salvatore Scoppa, shot by a gunman who dumped two shippers at a family party at the Sheraton Hotel.

According to our sources, there were suspicions hanging over the victim in connection with the murders of Lorenzo Giordano, Rocco Sollecito and Vincenzo Spagnolo, three influential Rizzuto veterans who were also shot by a gunman. Laval, three years ago.

The exact role that police officers suspected Scoppa had played in these killings is unknown. However, he was never arrested or charged with these crimes.
At the time of their deaths, Giordano was considered an aspiring mob boss, while Sollecito was an acting leader.

Spagnolo had been a close confidant and friend of godfather Vito Rizzuto, carried away by the disease in December 2013.

These three account settlements by professional killers had dealt a heavy blow to the Rizzuto clan, which many observers were predicting at the end.

n the underworld, it was known for a long time that Scoppa, 49, was at loggerheads with the Sicilian faction of the Montreal mafia.

The Laval had even had to go into exile in Mexico in the fall of 2015 after being notified by the police that organized crime groups had put a contract on his head, according to what revealed our Investigation Bureau.

In August 2015, mafia and street gang leaders were unknowingly recorded by police discussing Sal Scoppa's "putting a bullet in his chest" to "keep control of the city." ".

Second attempt

Back in Quebec, Salvatore Scoppa escaped a first murder attempt when he was hit by a shooter with a shot from a restaurant in Terrebonne on the evening of February 21, 2017.

An alleged hitman tied to the Rizzuto clan, Frédérick Silva, is currently being held and charged with this crime.

The Sûreté du Québec, which is responsible for investigating the assassination of Scoppa 12 days ago, did not confirm or comment on our information.

Organized crime is now under increased police pressure following the "unacceptable" murder that could have resulted in innocent victims, denounced Laval police chief Pierre Brochet.

The execution, as reckless as spectacular, and the increased attention of the police do not do the job of the Hells Angels, some of whom expressed their dissatisfaction, reported Le Journal yesterday.

- With Félix Séguin, Investigation Office

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Quebec Police Set Up Special Task Force to Deal With Latest Mob War

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https://www.vice.com/en_ca/article/...rce-to-deal-with-latest-montreal-mob-war

Quebec Police Set Up Special Task Force to Deal With Latest Mob War


anyway this mob war has already caused at least an innocent victim, angelo d'onofrio

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Hillside Coffee Murder: Second Defendant Denies Everything and Blames Two Other Individuals

His vehicle may have been seen on Fleury Street in front of Hillside Café on June 2, 2016, the day a regular from the establishment was killed by mistake, but he was not driving, says Ebamba Ndutu Lufiau .

The 30-year-old man, accused of the murder of Angelo D'Onofrio confused with the man of honor of the Montreal mafia Antonio Vanelli, testified for his defense yesterday and today.

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Lufiau is believed to have spotted his car, a gray Nissan Maxima 2011, before the murder, and to have driven the shooter, Jeff Joubens Theus, already convicted of murder after a jury trial.

Before testifying, Lufiau submitted motions that his car could have been occupied by one of his friends, Vladimir Laguerre, or an acquaintance, Jordy Milius, at the time of the crime.

Judge Daniel Royer of the Superior Court allowed the motions declaring admissible the proof that Laguerre or Milius "could have participated in the murder of Mr. D'Onofrio" by carrying out, for the first, of the locating before the crime and by driving, for the second, the vehicle at the moment of flight.

Several mafia names evoked

The evidence surrounding these two motions revealed that on September 21, 2016, Milius and Theus were arrested near the residence of the parents of a mafia-related individual, Erasmo Crivello. The police found a gun in Milius's car and a picture of Crivello in his wallet.

As regards Laguerre, the evidence shows that he was arrested at the wheel of Lufiau's car on the first day of August 2016, the day on which an individual linked to the mafia, Marco Pizzi, was the victim of an attempted murder.

It was also reported that on January 6, 2017, Laguerre and Antonio de Blasio made three passes in front of the Hillside café and once in front of Antonio Vanelli's residence.

A major crimes investigator at the SPVM, Gilles Gagné, said that during the Mazout investigation-which led to the arrest of Theus and Lufiau- De Blasio and Laguerre were considered intermediaries; De Blasio being the one who took the orders of the mafia clans and Laguerre, the one who gave them to the street performers.

Coded language

During his testimony, Lufiau told Judge Royer that in June 2016, Vladimir lodged him and he lent him his car four or five times, but he did not remember the exact dates.

"I am not convinced that he did not participate in the crime," he replied during a close cross-examination.

Faced with the fact that a toque containing his DNA was found within hours of the murder, among half-burned clothes and a license plate, Lufiau said he did not recognize woolen cloth. He suggested, however, that the toque could have been in his car and that someone to whom he had lent his vehicle could have carried it.

He further stated that in June 2016, he did not go to Theus.

But during his strong against-examination, M e Katerine Brabant pummeled the witness with conversations captured by the police, making it particularly noticed that he was not very angry against Theus and Laguerre, while, defends-t- he, they would have used his car to commit murder.

The prosecutor also pointed out that he spoke in code and used the letter "M" to speak of murder.

"Yes, it's because I was selling pot," said Lufiau.

"And M, it's always been used for the word murder. It happens often, by people around me. It's urban language. There are even some who say that TM is for attempted murder, "he also explained.

In a March 23, 2017 conversation with Theus's wife, Lufiau gasps when she tells him that an investigator has come to see her and told him that there is a remote camera. "The investigator told you about a car? Lufiau worried.

The trial continues tomorrow with a short debate on a motion and the pleadings of both parties.

Recall that Lufiau had begun to stand trial with Theus but had to withdraw because of health problems. The trial resumed where it was rendered in his case, but before judge alone this time.

Jeff Joubens Theus was sentenced to life.

Antonio De Blasio was murdered in front of his son, at the end of a football practice, in the middle of the park, in the borough of Saint-Léonard, in August 2017. Detective Sergeant Gilles Gagné testified that he was reportedly arrested and charged with gangsterism in the aftermath of the Mazout Inquiry had he not been killed.

Vladimir Laguerre was arrested after the fuel oil investigation and charged with conspiracy and possession of a weapon. He is currently detained.

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Originally Posted by antimafia
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/


Police think this May 10 murder is tied to outlaw bikers.

Le meurtre à Brossard pourrait être lié aux motards

https://www.lapresse.ca/actualites/...-brossard-pourrait-etre-lie-aux-motards.

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Sollicito, Rizzuto and Hells Angels Woolley, Mom Boucher, Cazzetta seem to be one group.

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Originally Posted by Hollander
Sollicito, Rizzuto and Hells Angels Woolley, Mom Boucher, Cazzetta seem to be one group.


Wonder how this organization work.

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Sollicito, Rizzuto and Hells Angels Woolley, Mom Boucher, Cazzetta seem to be one group.


Wonder how this organization work.


Cazzetta seems to be the money man Rizzuto is the legal expert he's the lawyer. Sollicito is the boss. Woolley the muscle.

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It is a business relationship between them. HA has a lot of money tied up with the Rizzutos and vice versa. Woolley has been around for over two decades, there is a ton of photos of him in the Rockers, HASG, standing next to Boucher, Griffen, Lou Diamond, Nick Rizzuto Jr, the list goes on. Salvatore Cazzetta is the money man, with help from his brother John, and a couple of other members of HA. Cazzetta and Boucher were members of SS, and has a colorful relationship.


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Re: Why the mob war in Montreal may be far from over [Re: antimafia] #971711
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All of this is what we think, according to the news.
But I wonder, how they work together, because there’s many factions in play.
You got many street gangs, from neg bo, cdp, dope squad and others. So Woolley most find a way to make all those gangs, from the eastern part of Montreal, but also the western parts.

Also, for the Hells Angels, you got many full patch that most get paid also.

Then, you have the mob. Sure Sollecito and Rizzuto are two of the big name at the top. But, how Sol’ectito and Rizzuto make other clans or family stay loyal to them.

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