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Re: Why the mob war in Montreal may be far from over [Re: antimafia] #861609
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A Molotov cocktail was thrown at the law offices of Loris Cavaliere.

Link to French-language article:

http://tvanouvelles.ca/lcn/infos/faitsdivers/archives/2015/09/20150929-055756.html

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Is there a coincidence that Pat Musitano got a Molotov cocktail a week ago?


Best way to catch the smart ones? Get an idiot working for them.
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Whatever became of the speculation of Leonardo Rizzuto having a seat at the "round table"? He & his sister work in those law offices according to the article. Doesn't seem like it'd be linked to the Musitano situation, but anythings possible really.

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What's up with fire bombs up there? Here in the states the courts systems doesn't look at arson soft. They'll give you big numbers and you do alot of time in hospital prisons cause your a fire bug and it puts alot of people in jeopardy. Alot of arson state cases have mando minis.

Re: Why the mob war in Montreal may be far from over [Re: antimafia] #861680
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pmac it takes a good bit up there to get a big sentence. Due to the publication ban up there I don't even think we know for sure how many years Desjardins is getting for his guilty plea but it has to be not that bad you would think. It's like they are still stuck in the 60's up there in terms of laws against gangsters and that's the main reason I think we see the killings and firebombings.

This is interesting though because it has ramped up lately.

Re: Why the mob war in Montreal may be far from over [Re: antimafia] #861745
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Apparently, Stefano Sollecito's assuming the godfather role may not be working out so well for him.

Link to French-language article:

http://www.journaldemontreal.com/2015/09/30/funerailles-et-cocktails-molotov

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Is that article avail in English please AM?


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Re: Why the mob war in Montreal may be far from over [Re: antimafia] #861755
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Not at the moment. The article may never be translated into English--if it is, the online-published article would show QMI Agency near or under the reporter's byline.

For now, you may want to click or tap on

Translation using Google Translate

I'm not always a fan of Google Translate, but it sometimes does get the job done.


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Hmm, so Leonardo is considered a sort of authority figure in the Montreal Rizzuto clan. Always had an idea he'd get more involved in some capacity after the deaths of his brother and father.

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The French-language item found at the link below may be of interest too.

http://tvanouvelles.ca/lcn/infos/faitsdivers/archives/2015/09/20150930-072510.html

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My thanks AM.


MORGAN: Why didn't you fight him at the park if you wanted to? I'm not goin' now, I'm eatin' my snack.
CHUCKIE: Morgan, Let's go.
MORGAN: I'm serious Chuckie, I ain't goin'.
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So am I correct in interpreting that this may be a dispute between the mafia and the biker gangs that led to the molotov cocktail thrown into the law office and the murder of the young kid last week? Anything to do with the heavy hitters who are getting out of prison soon who may want to reclaim their territories (Del Balso etc.)?

Re: Why the mob war in Montreal may be far from over [Re: antimafia] #865205
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There has been another firebombing in Montreal, this time at a gym where Giuseppe Fetta appears to be an employee. Link to French-language article:

http://www.lapresse.ca/actualites/justic...-a-la-mafia.php

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Re: Why the mob war in Montreal may be far from over [Re: antimafia] #865220
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Looks like things might be heating back up. They must love torturing these guys who thought they were going to get away with what they done when Vito died. No matter who is running the show they are going to continue going after these guys until they are all dead.

Google translate is not always the best, but it helps:




The gym targeted by the attack, 6183 located at the rue Marivaux, appears on court documents as the workplace of Giuseppe Fetta, 36, arrested in the roundup important Clemenza led by the Royal Canadian Mounted Police Canada in June 2014 against three drug trafficking cells linked to the Mafia.

There is even written that it is the gym Fetta, but according to the Registrar of Companies, the 6183 Crossfit is the name of a nearby Roberto Bastone, one of the alleged leaders of one of the cell dismantled in the same police strike.

Fetta is charged with conspiracy, gangsterism and drug production in this case while Bastone, 43, faces charges of conspiracy, gangsterism, drug trafficking, importing narcotics, assault, kidnapping and extortion.

Bastone has no criminal history while Giuseppe Fetta was also arrested in 2006 in connection with the operation Colosseum and sentenced to a suspended sentence for possession of weapon.

At that time, Fetta was considered by police as part of the Lorenzo Giordano arms team, one of the captains of the leaders of the Montreal Mafia and sentenced covered after extensive investigation.

But according to police, subsequently Fetta would have ranked in the camp of the clan leaders who attempted to overthrow Rizzuto at the head of the Montreal Mafia in 2009 and 2010. He miraculously survived an attempted murder committed in December 2012, two months after the return to Montreal godfather Vito Rizzuto.

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It was around 3 am this morning that 30 Montreal firefighters who came to control a fire in 6183 Crossfit gym, contacted the police to tell them that the front door of the business located at the corner of streets and Marivaux Prado was shattered and at least one incendiary device was thrown inside.

"There is some damage to nearby shops, but they are limited. We have no description of a suspect and the investigation was given to investigators Arson SPVM "describes Emran Abdullah, spokesman for the police.

Re: Why the mob war in Montreal may be far from over [Re: antimafia] #865261
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I haven't been on here in a while, but figured with the upcoming release of Arcadi, Giordano and Del Baso, that things would heat up on Montreal.

After reading a few of the recent articles, I have a few questions for posters who follow Montreal closely.

1. I'm trying to understand the role of Tonino Callochia. It seemed like he was close to Roger Valiquette, who was close to Dejardins (which would put him against Rizzuto?). Yet on the other hand, he seemed to become more notable after Rizzuto regained influence. Where did he stand during the war against the Rizzutos? Is there a definitive answer as to what side had him killed and why?

2. One of the articles mentions "the book", which was in the hands of Arcadi's lieutenants Giordano and Del Baso, then went to Valiquette, now Stefano Sollecito. "The book" seems to have significance for the clan in power due to financial reasons. Where does Valiquette fit into this? Also I'm assuming that Paulo Renda would have been in control "the book", leading to his kidnapping/disappearance?

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Has Arcadi been released yet?

Re: Why the mob war in Montreal may be far from over [Re: antimafia] #865301
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As for Callochia, I think he was close to Di Maulo and that is what got him killed. I know he had that deal with Desjardins and that woman, but I think he went along with Di Maulo to survive after it seemed they were going to take over before Rizzuto came home. Could be wrong of course and I don't think I've seen what was truly the cause of his hit.

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Not sure how accurate it was, but I read an article a couple of months ago that Arcadi, Del Baso and Giordano were to be released between December and February.

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There was another murder in Montreal recently, Domenico Iacono, a 56-year-old who was believed to owe the Mafia money was found dead in the trunk of a car., Because of this most recent killing i decided to update and post the 2008-Present Mafia Murders/Murder Attempts list.


Deaths in the Montreal Mafia War 2008 - Present

Domenico Iacono, 56, Found Dead in Trunk - November 2015
Marco Claudio Campellone, 24, Shot To Death - September 2015
Christopher DeSimone, 24, Shot to Death in GTA, Possibly Unrelated to Montreal Mafia War
Maria Voci, 47, Shot to Death in GTA, Possibly Unrelated to Montreal Mafia War - July 2015
Tonino Callocchia, 53, Shot to Death - December 2014
Ducarme Joseph, 46, Shot to Death - August 2014
Carmine Verduci, Shot to Death in GTA - April 2014
Roger Valiquette, 54, Shot to Death - December 2014
Moreno Gallo, 68, Shot to Death in Mexico - November 2013
Mathieu Vallée, 30, (Associate of Mohamed Awada) Shot to Death - October 2013
Patrick Rivet, 45, Shot to Death - September 2013
Salvatore (Sam) Calautti, 40, Shot to Death in GTA - July 2013
James Tusek, 35, Shot to Death in GTA - July 2013
Jamie Laramee, 37, (Associate of De Vito co-defendant Pietro
D'Adamoa) Shot to Death - July 2013
Cody Laramee, 25, Shot to Death - July 2013
Giuseppe (Ponytail) De Vito, 46, Died in Prison - July 2013
Fernando Pimentel, 36, Shot to Death in Italy - May 2013
Juan Ramon Fernandez, 56, Shot To Death in Italy - May 2013
Tonino Callocchia, 51, Shot and Wounded - February 2013
Vincenzo Scuderi, 49, Shot to Death – January 2013
Gaétan Gosselin, 69, Shot to Death – January 2013
Domenico Facchina, 37, Shot to Death – December 2012
Giuseppe Fetta, 33, Shot and Wounded - December 2012
Emilio Cordileone, 50, Shot to Death – December 2012
Tony Gensale, 43, Shot to Death - November 2012
Mohamed Awada, 47, Shot to Death - November 2012
Joe Di Maulo , 70, Shot to Death – November 2012
Pierre-Paul Fortier, 27, Shot to Death, Possibly Unrelated to Montreal Mafia War – October 2012
Frederick Murdock, 33, Shot to Death, Possibly Unrelated to Montreal Mafia War – October 2012
Vincent Pietrantonio, 53, Shot and Wounded, Possibly Unrelated to Montreal Mafia War - October 2012
Tommy Pietrantonio, 28, Shot and Wounded, Possibly Unrelated to Montreal Mafia War - October 2012
Domenico Arcuri Sr. , 79, Died Suspiciously – October 2012
Ben Zaid Moez Ben Ali, 34, Shot to Death, Possibly an Innocent Civilian – August 2012
Marco Lafratta, 24, Shot and Wounded - August 2012
Riccardo Ruffolo, 34, Shot to Death – August 2012
Chenier Dupuy, 37, Shot to Death, Possibly Unrelated to Montreal Mafia War – August 2012
Lamartine Paul Severe, 42, Shot to Death, Possibly Unrelated to Montreal Mafia War - August 2012
Walter Ricardo Gutierrez, 60, Shot to Death – July 2012
Giuseppe "Joe" Renda, 53, “Missing” – May 2012
Salvatore Silletta, 49, Shot To Death – March 2012
Giuseppe "Closure" Colapelle, 38, Shot To Death – March 2012
Steven Laporte, 39, Shot To Death – March 2012
Antonio (Tony Suzuki) Pietrantonio, 48, Shot and Wounded – December 2011
Salvatore "Sal the Ironworker" Montagna, 40, Shot to Death – November 2011
Matt "Dutch" Garner, 29, Burned to Death, Possibly Unrelated to Montreal Mafia War - November 2011
Einick Gitelman, 28, Burned to Death, Possibly Unrelated to Montreal Mafia War - November 2011
Lorenzo "Larry" Lopresti , 40, Shot To Death – October 2011
Raynald Desjardins, 60, Shot At – September 2011
Antonio Di Salvo, 44, Shot To Death – February 2011
Rita Biasini, 50, Shot At - February 2011
Nicolo Rizzuto, 86, Shot To Death – November 2010
Ennio Bruni, 36, Shot To Death – September 2010
Agostino Cun-trera, 66, Shot To Death – June 2010
Liborio Sciascia, 40, Shot To Death – June 2010
Paolo Renda, 70, “Missing” – May 2010
Ducarme Joseph, 43, Shot At In Suspected Dispute With Montreal Mafia– March 2010
Peter Christopoulos, 27, (Bodyguard of Ducarme Joseph), Shot To Death – March 2010
Nick Rizzuto Jr., 43, Shot To Death – December 2009
Fredrico Del Peschio , 59, Shot To Death - August 2009
Dany de Gregorio, 43, Shot and Wounded – June 2009
Sam Fasulo, 37, Shot To Death - January 2009
Mario (Skinny) Marabella, 40, “Missing” – December 2008
Tony Stocola, 40, Shot to Death - January 2008


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Re: Why the mob war in Montreal may be far from over [Re: cdn_wiseguy] #865370
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Originally Posted By: cdn_wiseguy
Not sure how accurate it was, but I read an article a couple of months ago that Arcadi, Del Baso and Giordano were to be released between December and February.


Thanks. It should get interesting when they get out for sure.

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There was another arson last night in Montreal, this time at the Empire cafe on Jean-Talon. Damages were minimal. At least one Molotov cocktail was thrown.

The significance of the cafe is that it is one place the leaders of the so-called mafia roundtable have used for meetings, where Vito Rizzuto was often seen after his return to Montreal, and it was known as a site for cash envelopes pertaining to sports betting and loansharking.

Link to French-language article:

http://www.lapresse.ca/actualites/justic...un-attentat.php

Link to translation (using Google Translate):

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That thread never going to go dead every 3 months fire bombs.

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A major law-enforcement operation this morning in Quebec has nabbed some important individuals, including Leonardo Rizzuto (Vito's son), Stefano Sollecito (presumed Montreal Mafia leader), Salvatore Cazzetta (head of the Quebec Hells Angels), Gregory Woolley (head of the Syndicates street gang), and Loris Cavaliere (lawyer who has represented many Montreal Mafia figures).

Link:

http://montrealgazette.com/news/local-ne...d-mafia-players

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WOW, they got Cazzetta on drugs, AGAIN?? And this all but confirms my belief, Leonardo was heavily involved in the ongoings of the Montreal syndicate after the death of his father. And Woolley going down too, this pretty much is what Nicaso alluded to at the end of the Business & Blood book, that this was the new scheme of things, names and everything. Wow...Wonder what this does for Arcadi and those guys. Wow.

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Here's another link to an English-language article:

http://www.cbc.ca/news/canada/montreal/quebec-raids-drugs-organized-crime-1.3325812

Excerpt:

Quebec police conduct major raids linked to drugs, organized crime
Operation targets 'supply and the distribution of drugs in Montreal'

CBC News Posted: Nov 19, 2015 7:15 AM ET Last Updated: Nov 19, 2015 9:40 AM ET

Quebec provincial police say they are conducting major raids this morning linked to drug trafficking and organized crime in the Montreal area.

Loris Cavaliere, a lawyer who has represented members of the Rizzuto crime family, is among those targeted in the raid, a source told CBC.

In all, Bilodeau says they expect to arrest about 40 people....

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Thanks for the links, anti.

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I think Daniel Renaud was the first journalist to break the story about this latest police operation, his story being published at 6:49 am EST. He has since updated the article.

Link:

http://www.lapresse.ca/actualites/justic...me-organise.php

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Here's a link to another French-language article:

http://www.journaldemontreal.com/2015/11...ion-de-montreal

The headline below says it all.

Les têtes dirigeantes des Hells, de la mafia et des gangs de rue arrêtées dans une vaste rafle policière

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The French-language item to which I've linked below has profiles of four of the key people arrested.

http://www.journaldequebec.com/2015/11/19/qui-sont-les-4-principaux-prevenus

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Here's another link to a French-language article about the operation:


http://ici.radio-canada.ca/regions/montr...-montreal.shtml

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