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Re: Why the mob war in Montreal may be far from over [Re: antimafia] #880862
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He's either got the best lawyer or he gave the Canadian feds some info as to who killed his brother or why. 62 kilos caught red handed doesn't make any sense. Street value like 10 million.

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36k a kilo give or take a few grand.

Re: Why the mob war in Montreal may be far from over [Re: antimafia] #880867
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Yeah they mention in the article there were negotiations between the prosecution and defense. Wonder what that was all about.

Re: Why the mob war in Montreal may be far from over [Re: antimafia] #880871
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He may know who was involved in the murder of his brother and started to talk. We'll see if this is the case in the upcoming weeks and months.

Re: Why the mob war in Montreal may be far from over [Re: antimafia] #880875
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Girolamo Del Balso's brother, Francesco, is still alive and has requested parole despite a threat on his life. You guys are probably referring to Lorenzo Giordano, who was close but unrelated to Del Balso.


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Re: Why the mob war in Montreal may be far from over [Re: antimafia] #880879
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Sonny is correct, Giordano was killed, not any Del Balso. They snatched Del Balso and Arcadi back up and put them back in the pen instead of keeping them in the halfway house to be clipped as well.

Re: Why the mob war in Montreal may be far from over [Re: antimafia] #880883
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Definitely got him confused with Giordano for a second. But considering the closeness of those three, and the fear of authorities that the lives of Del Balso and Arcadi are in danger, maybe he knows what's actually going on out there and who's really warring with whom. Though I don't see how US agencies would be able to use that information, unless he was talking to Canadian Authorities whom were brought in. Even so, would that have any effect on a sentence given by a US court? I mean I suppose it could.

Re: Why the mob war in Montreal may be far from over [Re: antimafia] #880926
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Your are correct Sonny Black . My statement to pmac was in reference to the light sentence. I did not read the part about the brother.I shoud have been more attentive.

Re: Why the mob war in Montreal may be far from over [Re: antimafia] #880927
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http://www.lapresse.ca/actualites/justic...la-di-marco.php

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Published April 8, 2016 at 19:19 | Updated April 8, 2016 at 19:19
Nicola Di Marco, an intermediate of the Montreal Mafia "high level" who was released on parole in 2014, was returned to prison in recent weeks for breaking one of its conditions, learned La Presse.

Di Marco, 46, who could not associate with individuals linked to organized crime, was seen with a person associated with the Mafia, which would have caused his recall. According to unconfirmed reports, this individual would be Nino De Bartolomeis, aka Nino Brown, seriously wounded in an attack two weeks ago. It also appears, according to our sources, the authorities were worried about the safety of Di Marco since the murder of aspiring godfather Lorenzo Giordano committed in Laval, March 1st.

In 2011, Nicola Di Marco was sentenced to more than four years in prison for possession of a 9 mm pistol and keeping a gambling house. When major anti-mafia raid Clemenza led by the Royal Canadian Mounted Police Canada in 2014, Di Marco was again arrested for attempting to introduce drugs in prison, on behalf of his former boss, the late leader of clan Giuseppe de Vito, poisoned with cyanide to Donnacona penitentiary in summer 2013. it imposed an additional sentence of 12 months for the crime.

During the 2000s, Di Marco has also been, for some time at least, one of the leaders of an illegal gambling house controlled by the Mafia.

It's also about him that investigators had found in 2008, incriminating documents given by the mole RCMP Angelo Cecere, who acted on behalf of Giuseppe De Vito.

During submissions on sentencing, the former prosecutor of the Federal Prosecution became a judge of the Court of Québec, Yvan Poulin, described Di Marco as an intermediate high-level mafia because he had testified himself, he could sit at the same table with important mafiosi.

Unless a turnaround, Di Marco might have to appear before the Parole Board members. It could also choose to wait until the end of his sentence, in the coming months.

Re: Why the mob war in Montreal may be far from over [Re: antimafia] #881184
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Mathieu Desjardins son of Raynald Desjardins sentenced one year in jail for possession of a fire arm.

Re: Why the mob war in Montreal may be far from over [Re: antimafia] #881205
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http://www.lapresse.ca/actualites/justic...-desjardins.php
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Published April 13, 2016 at 9:04 | Updated at 9:04

DANIEL RENAUD
La Presse
Mathieu Desjardins, 27, whose father Raynald Desjardins is regarded by the police as a major player in Montreal organized crime, was sentenced to a year in prison for possession of a weapon Tuesday at the courthouse in Montreal.

This provincial sentence is a victory for his lawyer, M e Jean Cordeau, which called for a year, while the prosecution wanted a sentence ranging from two and a half years to three years.

In his decision, Judge Jean-Pierre Boyer of the Quebec Court took into account the lack of criminal history of the accused, the fact that he pled guilty and a report was favorable which among his "dynamism, its good organization, maturity and motivation" to keep the efforts for a successful future.

Mathieu Desjardins was arrested by patrol SPVM as he left a jewelry store downtown Montreal, June 6, 2012. The police were called by an employee who had seen a handgun in the bag back of the suspect, now commercially as a single client. In searching her bag, patrol have found a 9mm pistol loaded with eight bullets and whose serial number had been obliterated.

FEARS FOR HIS LIFE

Mathieu Desjardins pleaded guilty to a weapons possession charge in May 2015. During sentencing submissions to impose, he explained that he had bought the gun a few days after the attempted murder against his father, in Laval, September 16, 2011, because he feared for his life. He also told that these are the contacts he has made while working in the bars which enabled him to obtain this weapon on the black market. Finally, Mathieu Desjardins also admitted to making marginal meetings in the past, but said he was not attracted to this lifestyle.


Today, the young man is co-owner of a fitness center. Mathieu Desjardins will likely serve at least half of his sentence before getting parole.

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Re: Why the mob war in Montreal may be far from over [Re: Ciment] #892918
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"Attaque au café Liana: un message à un acteur important de la mafia"

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

Re: Why the mob war in Montreal may be far from over [Re: antimafia] #892931
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Any chance you can give a quick run down of the article? My translation was junk

Re: Why the mob war in Montreal may be far from over [Re: Mick2010] #892940
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Here is the translation:
After a few relatively quiet weeks,the arson that occurred Saturday at Café Liana in Montreal suburb Rivière-des-Prairies could mean the beginning of a renewed tensions within the Montreal Mafia.

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Marco Pizzi is suspected of being a cocaine importer and is currently charged in connection by the Clemenza investigation led by the Royal Canadian Mounted Police in 2010 and 2011.
PHOTO HUGO SEBASTIAN AUBERT, THE ARCHIVE PRESS
According to our information and sources, the Liana café, located at 7310, boulevard Maurice-Duplessis, whose window was damaged by a Molotov cocktail to 5 h 30 Saturday morning, was controlled - at least until recently - by Marco Pizzi, suspected of being a cocaine importer and currently accused in connection with the Clemenza investigation by the RCMP in 2010 and 2011. Pizzi was arrested last May as part of this investigation and released a few weeks later, pending further proceedings.
On 1 st August, the 46 year old man Marco Pizzi was victim of a murder attempt when two individuals rammed his vehicle with their van on Avenue de la Grande-Allée, in Montreal East.
When Marco Pizzi got out of his car, he noticed that the occupants of the other vehicle were holding weapons and immediately fled and managed to avoid an attempt on his life.The suspects, one might ask if their intention was to kidnap Pizzi, ran to their getaway car before evaporating in nature. One of the suspects has associations to street gangs, but was arrested a few days later by the SPVM.

Café is KNOWN to police.
During major police investigations in recent years, scores of individuals linked to the mafia or organized crime , have led them to Liana cafe.
It has been reportedly that the property was controlled by Tonino Callocchia, suspected of being a lender and cocaine importer and an associate of Pizzi, murdered in a bar of the Rivière-des-Prairies, the XO Bistro, November 30, 2014.
The police does not exclude that Callocchia was the victim of a set up. Reportedly, he and Pizzi were to take part in a meeting which was apparently first convened at Liana bar and continue at bistro XO.
By coincidence, Pizzi was not a victim of events, but sources do not rule out that he could also have been targeted by the attackers.
The Liana coffee was formerly calle Boca coffee. In December 2010, investigators from the Organized Crime Division of the Montreal police had raided the Boca coffee as part of a project called Alkali for the purpose to end a wave of arson attacks against Italian cafes of Montreal, conducted at the height of the coup attempt carried out against Rizzuto, weakened by Project Colisée.
Last spring, following an agreement with the owners, the commission of Alcohol and Gaming, suspended the license of Boca cafe for 23 days after finding various breaches of the law. In particular, the board had not been notified of the name change from Boca Café to Liana Cafe.
In June 2014, an inspector from the agency was among others that found that the cafe service desk was not functional, the fridge was locked and not functional and there was no cash register.
To join Daniel Renaud confidentially, call 514 285-7000, extension 4918, or write to the postal address of La Presse.

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Re: Why the mob war in Montreal may be far from over [Re: antimafia] #893855
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Re: Why the mob war in Montreal may be far from over [Re: antimafia] #893858
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The hatred they have for the ol' Rizzuto faction is like a bottomless pit.


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Re: Why the mob war in Montreal may be far from over [Re: antimafia] #893861
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http://www.tvanouvelles.ca/2016/09/14/mysterieux-message-a-la-mafia

Here is the translation: Sept. 14, 2016
Mysterious message to the Mafia
Three cafe’s linked to Vito Rizzuto clan (deceased godfather), were attacked by arsonists in less than a week. A mysterious message left in a bottle near one of the café’s, suggests that attempts to destroy what remains of the Sicilian clan.
Without fanfare, in the shadow of the return of the Hells Angels in Quebec, the Montreal Mafia seems beset by tensions.
For a third time, two mafia-related institutions were targeted, but this time around, they seem to have ensured to leave a message at the café.
On the night of September 9, Café Empire of the Jean-Talon St. E. had his window smashed by an incendiary object.
Empire and Dilallo
This cafe was the place of meeting of the Interim godfather of the Montreal Mafia, Stefano Sollecito, jailed since last November after Magot Mastiff and operations, according to police sources.
The same night, vandals have also visited Dilallo restaurant located a few meters from the Empire coffee.
The restaurant serves burgers is administered by Vito Salvaggio and as a third shareholder, a numbered company located in the home of Leonardo Rizzuto, but registered in the name of the mother of the man who was also arrested in anti-mafia raid last November.
"The suspects fled on foot to the arrival of police, we are always looking for them," confirmed the SPVM
It is in a side street not far from there that the police found a message for the Sicilian clan whose tottering leadership is questioned. The SPVM refused to confirm that such a message has been recovered from the scene.
Beautiful rose
Last Monday, in the morning, a Molotov cocktail was thrown against the Bellerose coffee shop window located in the Vimont district of Laval.
The incendiary device has only very little damage to the facility, but that's what happened there six years in the same place, which raises questions.
Empire and Dilallo
This cafe was the place of meeting of the Interim godfather of the Montreal Mafia, Stefano Sollecito, jailed since last November after Magot Mastiff operations, according to police sources.
The same night, vandals have also visited Dilallo restaurant located a few meters from the Empire coffee.
The restaurant serves burgers is administered by Vito Salvaggio and he is listed as a third shareholder, a numbered company located in the home of Leonardo Rizzuto, but registered in the name of the mother of the man who was also arrested in anti-mafia raid last November.
"The suspects fled on foot to the arrival of police, we are always looking for them," confirmed the SPVM
It is in a side street not far from there that the police found a message for the Sicilian clan whose tottering leadership is questioned. The SPVM refused to confirm that such a message has been recovered from the scene.
Café Bellerose
Last Monday, in the morning, a Molotov cocktail was thrown against the Bellerose coffee shop window located in the Vimont district of Laval.
The incendiary device has only very little damage to the facility, but that's what happened there six years in the same place, which raises questions.
In September 2010, the henchman of the Rizzuto family, Enio Bruni fell to the bullets of assassins while the godfather was still imprisoned in the United States

Re: Why the mob war in Montreal may be far from over [Re: ralphie_cifaretto] #893863
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I know when is all of this going to end.

Re: Why the mob war in Montreal may be far from over [Re: Ciment] #893912
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Originally Posted By: Ciment


Daniel Renaud theorizes that the recent attacks on establishments have been caused by a fight for control of the sports-betting racket.

Mafia montréalaise: bras de fer pour le «livre» des paris sportifs

http://www.lapresse.ca/actualites/justic...is-sportifs.php

Re: Why the mob war in Montreal may be far from over [Re: antimafia] #893914
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Here is another article from Journal de Montreal. Interesting article. Some are refusing the godfather job.

http://www.journaldemontreal.com/2016/09/15/vague-dincendies-criminels-contre-le-clan-rizzuto

Re: Why the mob war in Montreal may be far from over [Re: antimafia] #893915
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They are speculating Rizzuto clan retaliation for this Resto Liege.

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

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Re: Why the mob war in Montreal may be far from over [Re: antimafia] #893939
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Logical decision of Mucci not wanting to step in as leader of the old Rizzuto group. History has shown that he'll be marked and he knows that better than anyone. Not for nothing he's one of the last of the Mohicans. However, it seems that even the Rizzuto family have lost faith in Stefano Sollecito and that he's becoming increasingly isolated. Or perhaps he's now too ill to lead. In any case, it must suck to be him right now.

The intriguing question remains of who is behind these attacks. I'm suprised that so far not even a hint is given.


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Re: Why the mob war in Montreal may be far from over [Re: antimafia] #893954
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This has been one busy week !

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Le criminaliste Loris Cavaliere accusé de possession d'arme http://www.lapresse.ca/actualites/justic...ssion-darme.php

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I guess he was afraid to get whacked Like the previous mob lawyers Frank Schoofey & Sidney Leithman.

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When people were saying vitos family was like the 6th family or equal get fuck out of here. That family has gotten taken out 1by1. Now people are just bullying them firebombing there cafes and saying gives us what you got left. Just to much man power and history in the states for that type of shit.

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Originally Posted By: pmac
When people were saying vitos family was like the 6th family or equal get fuck out of here. That family has gotten taken out 1by1. Now people are just bullying them firebombing there cafes and saying gives us what you got left. Just to much man power and history in the states for that type of shit.

@pmac ... I don't much about Canada but from what I do know and hear about them they are on another level. These guys seen to still have the old world mentality. Yes they are getting killed left and right bu that's exactly the point... They're killing people like it's nothing. They don't give a fuck up there. That kinda shit would never happen in the states nowadays. I keep reading about all these murders and how they're carried out and I'm like what the fuck. I don't know how much money they make and the types of rackets they run but they are Definetly gangster as fuck. I don't know they amount of guys they have or the structure but you have to give them credit for being about that action. I feel like I'm reading a mob fiction novel.

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