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Re: Why the mob war in Montreal may be far from over [Re: antimafia] #971712
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i don't think they're one group, they are allied but different organizations, the rizzuto faction seems the closest to bikers and haitians gangs... anyway the other mafia faction is very strong too fighting against it

Re: Why the mob war in Montreal may be far from over [Re: antimafia] #971715
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A man was shot and wounded Saturday night in Montreal North during a homicide attempt.

According to the police, at around 10:45 pm, a 27-year-old man was found at the corner of Paris and Martial Streets with a serious bullet wound to his upper body.

https://www.journaldemontreal.com/2019/05/19/un-homme-blesse-par-balle-dans-montreal-nord


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Re: Why the mob war in Montreal may be far from over [Re: antimafia] #971750
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Notice a trend in this thread these guys are getting younger n younger . Next month theyll be teenager's. This isnt mafia lcn business anymore its just gang member fighting over corners like the wire. Except there italian.

Re: Why the mob war in Montreal may be far from over [Re: pmac] #971753
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How do you know all these guys are Italian? Besides anyone with any clout is atleast in their late 30’s-early 40’s, if not older.

Re: Why the mob war in Montreal may be far from over [Re: antimafia] #971755
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Non-Italians always played a big role in the Montreal Mafia, with the Cotronis as well as the Rizzutos, that´s the reason Vito started with formally inducting non-Italians.


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Re: Why the mob war in Montreal may be far from over [Re: antimafia] #971756
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Non Italian people with big roles in Montreal are Russians, West End, Hells Angel's, Bloods, Crips, MS-13, and many more.


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Re: Why the mob war in Montreal may be far from over [Re: Giacomo_Vacari] #971768
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Originally Posted by Giacomo_Vacari
Non Italian people with big roles in Montreal are Russians, West End, Hells Angel's, Bloods, Crips, MS-13, and many more.




MS-13 aint a factor in Montreal.

Re: Why the mob war in Montreal may be far from over [Re: antimafia] #971770
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Also Lebanese, Mohawks, Jews, Asians, Latin Americans.


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Re: Why the mob war in Montreal may be far from over [Re: antimafia] #971771
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Every nationality in a city, has some kind of role in the criminal world of this city.

Re: Why the mob war in Montreal may be far from over [Re: antimafia] #971772
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But not all of those, can go to a full blown out war, in the street.

Re: Why the mob war in Montreal may be far from over [Re: antimafia] #971801
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Pretty much every white guy shot in Montreal in recent years has been mafia, HA, or Irish mob related. It doesnt seem like the Italian mafia there - any faction - sends Italian shooters out on hits. Is there any evidence at all that Rizzuto formally made any non-Italians at all? I know Joe Bravo claimed it but that was far from confirmed?

Re: Why the mob war in Montreal may be far from over [Re: antimafia] #971803
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I think the turncoat in Sicily also confirmed that him and Desjardins were made. Other non Italians killed in the current conflict were Steve Ovadia and Ray Kahno.


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Re: Why the mob war in Montreal may be far from over [Re: Gambler007] #971829
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Originally Posted by Gambler007
Gianpietro Tiberio--Article from May 30 2016 LaPresse

43 years

Little known, Tiberio, owner of a towing company, is considered by the police as a rising star of the mafia. In April, his name was mentioned in an article in La Presse about a towing company with dubious practices. According to a joint CBC / Globe and Mail investigation, he was involved in the Dream casino in the Dominican Republic, whose late godfather Vito Rizzuto reportedly attempted to take control. Tiberio, aka JP, is believed to be a former soldier of the Rizzuto clan and reportedly close to Domenico Macri, who was killed in August 2006. He has ties to influential bikers. He was sentenced to three years in prison for a 2006 narcotics import conspiracy case. He denies having links with the Mafia.


Gianpietro Tiberio is mentioned in the latest article by Daniel Renaud -- see link below -- as are other people considered to be part of the Montreal Mafia.

Nouvelle enquête du BIG sur le remorquage

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Re: Why the mob war in Montreal may be far from over [Re: antimafia] #971839
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Patrick Poulin? It's not everyday that an ex-Montreal Canadien pops up in a mob article.

Re: Why the mob war in Montreal may be far from over [Re: antimafia] #971890
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https://www.journaldemontreal.com/2019/05/22/au-moins-200-membres-de-cartels-en-liberte-au-quebec

At least 200 cartel members roaming free in Quebec
Several entered with fake Mexican passports thanks to the easing of border controls.
Philipos Kollaros, shot in November 2018 at Cafe Cubano, rue Beaubien in Montreal, was considered by the police as a Quebec client of the Sinaloa cartel. He imported drugs from Mexico.

More than 200 importers, facilitators and hitmen linked to powerful drug cartels roam freely in Quebec. Several have entered with fake Mexican passports since the relaxation of the rules at the border decreed by the Trudeau government, in 2016, reveals our Investigative Office in a big report broadcast on Club illico.
Romualdo Lopez-Herrera landed at Toronto's Pearson Airport in April 2018. The 41-year-old man, known in Mexico as a dangerous member of the drug cartels, managed to enter the country without problems.

Even though he is suspected of being a sicario , that is to say a hitman, the Canada Border Services Agency (CBSA) and the Quebec police force have lost their track.

Six months after he entered the country on 9 September, Lopez-Herrera, whose real name is Noé Hulloa Sevilla, was arrested for extortion by the Quebec police. But the criminal, who is in fact a member of the violent gang of prisoners called Los Paisanos, is nowhere to be found.

According to our information, the case of Lopez-Herrera is not unique. Several knowledgeable sources have confirmed that 400 criminals have recently entered Canada to traffic cartel drugs. Half would have chosen Quebec as a host country.

"It's very serious that there are people who infiltrate our home, in Quebec City, in Montreal or in Toronto, and that we are not able to find them. Do you think the population can accept that? Asks the Conservative MP for Charlesbourg-Haute-Saint-Charles, Pierre Paul-Hus.

No visas

According to figures confirmed by the CBSA, the lifting of the requirement for Mexican travelers to present a Canadian border visa on December 1, 2016 would have had a significant impact on the increase in the number of drug traffickers who have successfully entered Canada's border. country.


The CBSA states that seizures of drugs from Mexico had already jumped 80% one year after the entry into force of the decision, and the 500% territorial prohibitions.

Canadian customs had predicted that this Trudeau government policy would have devastating consequences.

"The lifting of the bond will facilitate travel to Canada to reinforce cartel chains or establish new cartel chains," states a progress report from the Border Services Agency consulted through a request for access to the 'information.

Not the only ones

The members of the Mexican cartels are far from the only ones to benefit from this novelty. Among these people linked to unheard-of violence are also suspects from Peru and Colombia, among others.

Most of them obtained fake Mexican passports, a document that is easy to counterfeit given the corruption that is eating away at the various levels of government in this country.

"After this decision by the Liberal government, there has been a resurgence of fake Mexican passports. One can buy one for about $ 1,000, "says Jean-Pierre Fortin, president of the national union of customs and immigration.

The office of Canada's Minister of Public Safety, Ralph Goodale, sent us back to the CBSA, which e-mailed it to take its responsibilities very seriously when it comes to border protection and national security.

"In order not to compromise its operational efforts, the CBSA can only talk about its role," it said.
THE POLICE LOST THEIR TRACK
400 people who entered Canada and are suspected of being linked to the Mexican drug cartels are now untraceable. Some are actively sought by the police.

► Carlos Joel Borrego Mendoza

Originally from Peru, he is suspected of working for the Peruvian cartel. He has a criminal record in Brazil for serious crimes. He came here with a fake Mexican passport. He can not be found.

► Fredi Gil Rodriguez

Colombian, he is suspected of working with Mexican cartels as a hitman. He was extradited to the United States in the early 2000s and sentenced for drug trafficking and returned to Colombia. He finally managed to enter Canada last year with a fake Mexican passport. He can not be found.

► Romualdo Lopez-Herrera

This man is suspected of being a sicario (killer) serving the Mexican cartels and is actually called Noé Hulloa Sevilla.
He is a member of a prison gang, Los Paisanos. He entered here with a fake Mexican passport, and he is nowhere to be found.

LINKS TO THE MURDER AT THE SHERATON?
The murder of Mafia Salvatore Scoppa, shot in front of family and friends at the Sheraton Hotel in Laval on May 4, could hide an unpaid debt to the Peruvian cartels.
A transaction of nearly 100 kg of drugs that would have gone wrong in Peru in 2016, may have incited drug traffickers to put the Mafioso's head at a price.

At that time, our Investigation Office had also revealed that Scoppa had returned from this trip injured on the arm and carrying several bruises.

Murder contract

One of the theories currently circulating in police circles suggests that the Sicilian clan, with whom Sal Scoppa was cold, could have taken on the murder contract of the Peruvians to shoot him down.

"This theory would have the advantage for the Sicilians to settle their clan war with Scoppa while solving the problem of the cartels of Peru," said a police source who requested anonymity.

The public execution of Salvatore Scoppa in front of hundreds of people was enough for the Laval police to openly declare war on organized crime.

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https://www.thepostmillennial.com/4...a-since-trudeau-eased-visa-requirements/


REPORT: 400 Mexican cartel traffickers, hit-men and criminals have entered Canada since Trudeau eased Visa requirements

Re: Why the mob war in Montreal may be far from over [Re: antimafia] #972028
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https://www.journaldemontreal.com/2019/05/24/un-incendie-chez-une-relation-de-la-mafia

A suspicious fire has completely destroyed the house, of a businessman with a heavy history & ties to the mafia, dating early yesterday morning in Esterel, in the Laurentians.

"There are indications that this is a criminal fire," says Marc Tessier, spokesman for the Sûreté du Québec (SQ) for the region.A trust controlled by Rhéal Dallaire and his family acquired the house for $ 1.3 million in January 2018.Located directly on the shores of Lac du Nord, it was formerly owned by former businessman Guy Cloutier, who was sentenced in 2004 for sexual assault on children, including singer Nathalie Simard.The fire investigator of the SQ must inspect the premises today to clarify the cause of the incident.

Suspicious soil

Joined by our Investigation Office, Rhéal Dallaire was still shocked by the burning of the residence, where there was a member of his family.

"My nephew called me at 2 in the morning," he says.

The businessman does not know who could blame him for burning his home.

"No idea," he said. They asked me that question this morning [yesterday]. "

Dallaire, 55, made a name for himself in 2017, when the City of Montreal and the Quebec government took steps to stop the accumulation of tons of suspect soil on a vast piece of land in Rivière-des-Monts. -Prairies. In the 1990s, he increased jail time for drug trafficking, fraud, fraud, extortion, theft and assault, among others.

Charbonneau Commission

Dallaire then had business relations with individuals linked to the Italian mafia, who made talk about them to the Charbonneau commission on corruption in the construction industry.

According to court documents, he has had business relations with Domenico Arcuri, who is close to the mafia. With his former partner, the boss Raynald Desjardins, this entrepreneur has tried to get his hands on the decontamination company Carboneutre.

For years, Dallaire and his wife were the most important creditors of the company.

A Carboneutre consultant, Marlene Girard, has been pursuing her since 2013, accusing her of having sentenced a lieutenant of former godfather Vito Rizzuto, Tonino Callochia, to threaten her with death. Callochia was murdered in December 2014.

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A suspect has been arrested. The journalist has updated the article:

Un proche des gangs de rue arrêté en lien avec l'incendie de L'Estérel

https://www.journaldemontreal.com/2...rrete-en-lien-avec-lincendie-de-lesterel

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https://nationalpost.com/news/10-3-podcast-latest-montreal-mafia-shooting-leads-to-police-crackdown

Great listen here. National Post Podcast with Montreal Gazette reporter Paul Cherry who provides somewhat of a 20,000 foot overview of the Montreal mafia war from 2009 through the present day. Well worth your time.

Re: Why the mob war in Montreal may be far from over [Re: antimafia] #972449
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https://www.journaldemontreal.com/2019/06/01/une-fabrique-darmes-a-la-maison

A weapons factory at home
Terrebonne citizen accused of using a 3D printer to make gun parts

A restaurant owner accused of helping an alleged hitman during the murder of an ex-biker would have used a 3D printer to make firearms in his home in Terrebonne.

This is the astonishing hypothesis raised by the Montreal police (SPVM) in court documents the seizure of an arsenal and a printer in three dimensions in the bungalow Giovanni Presta Jr, February 23, learned the Newspaper .

It would be the first time in Canada that a murder investigation leads to such a discovery.

The 33-year-old man, detained for two months, is charged with premeditated murder, manufacturing and illegal possession of weapons and possession of drugs for the purpose of smuggling.

Sébastien Beauchamps, a former Rockers and Hells Angels supporter, was shot dead near a service station in the Saint-Léonard neighborhood on the afternoon of December 20, 2018.

The alleged hitman Frédérick Silva is suspected of firing "several projectiles at the victim, reaching vehicles occupied by innocent citizens" during the shootings filmed by surveillance cameras, reads in a request of SPVM filed in court this week.

There is no charge, however, since the gunman "wore a mask" and could not be identified by other means of investigation.

However, "the totality of the evidence leads to the conclusion that Giovanni Presta Junior is the driver of the vehicle used for the murder," the SPVM alleged to Judge Hélène Morin.

Three silenced guns were dropped at the scene of the crime, including a Cobray pistol identical to one of the 12 firearms found at the former owner of the Le Villagio's Terrebonne resto-bar.
The famous 3D printer was "behind the kitchen" and was used to "manufacture" accessories and firearms, according to the court documents we consulted.
In particular, the police found 13 black plastic "handgun pieces", a pistol gun and a charger also made of plastic, all of which could have been reproduced with this technology.

To find out, the police wait for the results of analyzes of the contents of the memory card of the printer.

Silencers and masks

The shed contained a "machine shop and storage of materials used to manufacture prohibited devices such as silencers".

Documents showing how to make a machine gun and a pistol were also seized.
Presta had also set up a cache of weapons in the wall of a bathroom in the basement, behind a removable cabinet.

It contained "a hand-crafted black P80 gun with a gray silencer," three empty magazines, a license plate, and GPS tags that could have been used to track Beauchamps' real-time movements.

Presta also had rubber masks - "face and hair," according to the police - identical to those seized at the condo that Frédérick Silva lived in Old Montreal when he was also arrested on February 23.

A fingerprint of Presta was found on the packaging of one of the masks found at Silva on Duke Street.

Presta's spouse, Sonia Langlais, is also charged with guns and drugs found in their home worth $ 251,000.

Considered an "offending property", the house could be handed over to the state in the event of guilty verdicts against the couple.

Between 2007 and 2016, Presta ran Projection SEXXXTASS, a company specializing in the "distribution of exotic films online", according to the SPVM.

Without a judicial record, he went bankrupt in January 2018, having reported to the tax office revenues totaling just $ 43,600 in the previous six years.

- With the collaboration of Félix Séguin, Investigation Office


The so-called Megalo investigation project targeting alleged hitman Frédérick Silva could lead to charges for other organized crime murders.

However, the SPVM specifies that "several analyzes and expertise remain to be done" before reaching that point, according to new court documents related to this case.

It could take several months before the police get the results of expertises on the contents of the computer equipment and the cell phones seized.

The same is true for comparative DNA analyzes of several potential pieces of evidence taken on murder scenes and inside the condo where Silva was hiding.

A dozen contracts

The police, who tracked Silva for two years before capturing him three months ago in Old Montreal, suspect him of having executed up to a dozen murder contracts, has already revealed Le Journal
.For now, Silva is accused of two murders - Alessandro Vinci, killed in Laval on October 11, 2018, and Daniel Armando Somoza Gildea, who died outside the bar Les Amazones in Montreal, May 24, 2017 - and attempted to murder on the mafioso Salvatore Scoppa, Terrebonne, February 21, 2017.

This same Scoppa was shot dead in a family reception at the Sheraton Hotel in Laval on May 4th.

"This is one of the best organized crime killers in recent years," according to a police source, referring to the 38-year-old man, who used at least three false identities and different looks to escape the forces. of the order.

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Re: Why the mob war in Montreal may be far from over [Re: Ciment] #972453
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So that scene in Gomorrahs second season was based in fact....

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It's the first time I read 3D printed guns are used in gangland shootings, welcome to the future.


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Latest article by Daniel Renaud is about drug dens in Montreal, as well as about the sale of cocaine and crack.

Incursion dans l'univers lucratif des piqueries

https://www.lapresse.ca/actualites/...dans-lunivers-lucratif-des-piqueries.php

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Originally Posted by CabriniGreen
So that scene in Gomorrahs second season was based in fact....



Thought the same thing lol

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Cracks been a thing in massachusetts think its just not a popular as herion. Mass just loves some dope. Its weird theres crack dens in montreal just such a old term n thing. New jack citys the carter is a picture. Around new england just way smaller.

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Crack dens were huge in 90tys early 2000s around here. Now cops will just shut them down illegally if they even have a thought its open door drug spot

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Just come threw door kick everyone out throw up there own no trespassing sign and arrest everyone everyday till they forget about the spot

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https://globalnews.ca/news/5352122/quebec-laval-montreal-drug-raids/

Major drug sweep in Quebec leads to 20 arrests

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Link below is to a short article by Claude Poirier, who is most well known in Quebec for his work as a hostage negotiator.

Il n’y a plus de code d’honneur dans le milieu criminel

https://www.lecourrierdusud.ca/opin...e-code-dhonneur-dans-le-milieu-criminel/

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