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Re: Why the mob war in Montreal may be far from over [Re: Ciment] #923924
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Originally Posted By: Ciment
http://www.journaldemontreal.com/2017/11...gereux-individu

English translation:
MAXIME DELAND
Wednesday, 29 November 2017 13:24
Update Wednesday, 29 November 2017 13:24
Police are on the heels of a dangerous suspect suspected of murder in Montreal and attempting to murder a well-known Mafioso a few months earlier in Lachenaie on the North Shore.
Frédérick Silva, 36, is wanted under a Canada-wide arrest warrant. The police consider him armed and dangerous.
On February 21, Silva and 10 of her friends showed up at a restaurant in Lachenaie, where Salvatore Scoppa, 47, was a prominent actor in the Montreal mafia.

Silva then opened fire several times towards Scoppa, hitting him twice.
Frédérick Silva would then have pursued his victim to try to finish it, but would have finally decided to turn back and leave the premises in a hurry in his vehicle, a luxurious Range Rover red.

A few months later, at the end of May, Silva was involved in an altercation with another man inside the Les Amazones dancers' bar, located in the Notre-Dame-de-Grâce district of Montreal.
The dispute
Silva and the other man were then expelled from the establishment. The dispute escalated to the point where the suspect allegedly pulled a firearm and fired at his rival, reaching Daniel Armando Somoza Guildea deadly.
Frédérick Silva is currently one of the 10 most wanted criminals in Quebec. It is 1.75m (5'9 ") and weighs 88kg (194lb). He has several tattoos.
The police warn people who see him not to approach him, but instead to do 911 immediately.



Link to the SPVM news release:

https://spvm.qc.ca/fr/PersonnesRecherchees/AvisDeRecherche/300

Silva is on Quebec's list of the 10 most wanted -- see http://www.10criminelsrecherches.qc.ca/pages/silva_frederick/en_profile.html.

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Re: Why the mob war in Montreal may be far from over [Re: antimafia] #923938
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is silva connected to organized crime/street gangs or is he just a though street guy?

Re: Why the mob war in Montreal may be far from over [Re: m2w] #923940
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Originally Posted By: m2w
is silva connected to organized crime/street gangs or is he just a though street guy?


According to news sources he is most likely a hired killer for the mafia.

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http://www.journaldemontreal.com/2017/11...e-stupefiants-1

A big blow to Saguenay regional organized crime Twenty individuals linked to the Hells arrested Wednesday, including 14 in the Chicoutimi region.

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http://www.cbc.ca/news/canada/montreal/n...enaie-1.4424954

NDG murder suspect now wanted for attempted murder in Lachenaie.

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Re: Why the mob war in Montreal may be far from over [Re: Ciment] #923951
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Originally Posted By: Ciment
http://www.cbc.ca/news/canada/montreal/n...enaie-1.4424954

NDG murder suspect now wanted for attempted murder in Lachenaie.


Police want your help to find Frédérick Silva, from Quebec 'most wanted' list

http://montrealgazette.com/news/local-ne...st-wanted-list/

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Any news on the execution of Vincent Lamer?

https://www.google.nl/amp/montrealgazett...ng-for-life/amp


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http://www.lapresse.ca/actualites/justic...tore-scoppa.php

The fugitive Frederick Silva accused of attempting to kill the clan leader of the mafia Salvatore Scoppa.

The alleged hitman Frederick Silva, one of the ten most wanted criminals in Quebec, is accused of attempted murder on the clan leader of the mafia Salvatore Scoppa, February 21, in Terrebonne.

The warrant of arrest filed last week by the Police Department of the City of Montreal (SPVM) was filed Thursday morning at the courthouse in Montreal. Frederick Silva is also charged with unloading a prohibited firearm against Salvatore Scoppa, possessing a charged prohibited firearm and contravening a court order by detaining a Smith & Wesson revolver and ammunition .

Frederick Silva, 37, has been actively pursued since the beginning of June by the SPVM Major Crime Investigators and the Sûreté du Québec (SQ) Crimes Against the Person. Yesterday, the police renewed their appeal to the population in the hope of finding the dangerous fugitive.

According to our information, Silva was with a dozen people, including individuals linked to Lebanese organized crime, the evening of February 21, at a restaurant in the Lachenaie sector in Terrebonne. Salvatore Scoppa was at a nearby table, with two other people, a man and a woman.

When Salvatore Scoppa came out of the restaurant with his escorts, an individual fired at him several times as the clan leader was near his vehicle. The suspect, whom the police believe to be Frederick Silva, chased the victim a short distance before stopping the race and fleeing into a red Range Rover SUV.

The police identified five people who were with Silva that night, but are still trying to identify the other five.

Silva, who is now on a Canada-wide warrant, has been wanted by police since May 24, when he shot and killed a client at Les Amazones cabaret in Montreal following a trivial dispute.

Silva is currently wanted for this murder and for the attempted murder against Scoppa. He is considered very dangerous. The police recommend that anyone who crosses it not act alone and communicate with 911. Sources told La Presse that Silva may be involved in other violent events and that he would have acted as an executioner for the clan. Sicilian Montreal Mafia still considered the most influential by the police.

The police tried a few times to put the hook on him, in vain.

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Major Crimes of the SPVM: (514) 280-2052

Info-Crime: (514) 393-1133

The information will be treated confidentially

Re: Why the mob war in Montreal may be far from over [Re: Hollander] #923962
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Originally Posted By: Hollander
Any news on the execution of Vincent Lamer?

https://www.google.nl/amp/montrealgazett...ng-for-life/amp


One theory out there mentioned in the LaPresse news,was that the shooting was due to an internal purge going on within the Hells Angels.

I have a theory of my own. Vincent Lamer was shot on November 3,2017 and Jacques Desjardins the brother of Raynald went missing around the same time.
Vincent Lamer was a close confident of Maurice "mom" Boucher. Mom Boucher was caught in the Magot Mastiff for plotting to murder Raynald Desjardins. I am just wondering if a feud is going on between Mom and Raynald. Time will tell.

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I think Mom most likely wanted to collect the contract on Desjardins. I think it's the same situation with Silva, who saw an opportunity to kill Scoppa. Doesn't seem like a planned hit with all those potential witnesses..


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You would have figured they would have passed word to whoever is leading the HA's now on the outside than to go to Mom knowing they would watch everything said to him. That seemed really risky using his daughter.

I agree Sonny on Silva, sounds like he just ran into him and decided he was going to make a name for himself. That was very sloppy. Why not wait outside the club for him to come out? That would have been better than gunning for him in front of everyone.

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Originally Posted By: dixiemafia
You would have figured they would have passed word to whoever is leading the HA's now on the outside than to go to Mom knowing they would watch everything said to him. That seemed really risky using his daughter.

I agree Sonny on Silva, sounds like he just ran into him and decided he was going to make a name for himself. That was very sloppy. Why not wait outside the club for him to come out? That would have been better than gunning for him in front of everyone.


He followed Scoppa outside the restaurant before shooting him. Still many people would've seen him which is why the police is certain he did it.


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Re: Why the mob war in Montreal may be far from over [Re: antimafia] #924054
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http://www.lapresse.ca/actualites/justic...-de-cocaine.php

Soninder Dhingra(Montrealer), 44, is charged with conspiracy and drug importation.He is accused of importing 94 kg of cocaine, has connections to Marco Pizzi.

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http://www.journaldemontreal.com/2017/12/04/une-pharmacie-volante-dans-un-penitencier

Prison authorities cut the wings of a network of drugs and cell phones dropped by drones at Archambault medium security penitentiary in Ste-Anne-des-Plaines.
As a punishment, two of the major resellers were transferred to Donnacona Maximum Security Penitentiary, where the use of this technology by detainees is harsh.
Aldo Franchini, a Montrealer incarcerated for manslaughter and Leonard Freedom Ballantyne, who was deprived of his liberty for a murder in western Canada, challenged their transfer to court, but Justice Louis Dionne has just ruled in favor of the correctional service.


Aldo Franchini
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Out of bounds
Last July, Le Journal reported that the direction of the "Max" Donnacona had banned outings to his inmates in the large outdoor courtyard for 45 days because the penitentiary had received the visit of drones.

Pot, hash, heroine ...
This decision of the Superior Court shows that, like provincial prisons, federal penitentiaries are not immune to this phenomenon.
The network of Archambault Penitentiary had been delivered "significant quantities" of cell phones, tobacco, hashish and even heroin, according to management.
Correctional officers also learned that an unmanned aerial drone had delivered 1000 logs of hydromorphone - a derivative of morphine - and wax, a kind of cannabis resin five times more potent than marijuana sold in the outdoor yard. on the black market.
Related to organized crime
"Several inmates involved" in the network were associated with organized crime as drone smuggling "requires contacts and means outside walls that few inmates possess," said a prison security officer.
Franchini and Ballantyne are considered "relations" of street gangs.
The first was connected to the "18" - a gang of red allegiance in the Saint-Léonard sector - and was only 18 when he was arrested for stabbing another youth in the summer of 2011.
However, no criminal charges were laid against them for these contraband activities.
Prior to their transfer to Donnacona, they were sent to the "hole" (in isolation) as a disciplinary measure as many other accomplices.
Joined by Le Journal , the Correctional Service of Canada (CSC) did not want to specify the exact number of prisoners sanctioned in this file and could not specify the number of intrusions by drones into its penitentiaries in 2017.
TURBULENCE ZONE
106 flights of UAVs identified in the 19 Québec prisons between April 2016 and March 2017 (27 in 2015-2016).
20 incidents involving drones in federal penitentiaries in Quebec between 2013 and 2016, including 9 at Cowansville.
3 detained s In June 2017, three inmates of Donnacona penitentiary were arrested when their drone drug delivery was thwarted. They pleaded guilty and received prison sentences ranging from six months to two years.

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http://www.lapresse.ca/actualites/justic...re-cazzetta.php

HELLS ANGELS
SALVATORE CAZZETTA RELEASED FOR THE THIRD TIME
DANIEL RENAUD
THE PRESS Edition of December 6, 2017
The influential Hells Angel Salvatore Cazzetta, whose trial for concealment was to begin today, will be released for the third time in six years. The press has learned from a reliable source that the prosecution will file this morning at the courthouse in Montreal, a nolle prosequi , a form of abandonment of prosecution.

The reasons for this flip-flop of the prosecution, which comes after the defense has filed motions to stop the judicial process and to disclose evidence, are unknown.

Cazzetta, who will turn 63 in a few days, was arrested in November 2015 as part of the Magot-Mastiff investigation, in which the police decapitated a Mafia-biker-street gang alliance that directed organized crime in Montreal. that time.


The police, who were investigating the activities of a drug trafficking network, had in particular followed an individual who had transported an envelope of money to a shop owned by the motorcyclist in the Joliette area. A publication ban, however, prevents us from giving more details on this matter.

Initially, Cazzetta faced three counts of conspiracy, gangsterism and receiving. But the conspiracy charge was withdrawn in the following months, while Cazzetta was released by the Superior Court from that of gangsterism last summer. The motorcyclist had been detained since his arrest, and his lawyers then obtained provisional release, including the fact that he had already served more than the penalty normally imposed for a Hijacker if convicted.

NEVER TWO WITHOUT THREE
Arrested in Operation SharQc in April 2009, Cazzetta was one of 31 released in May 2011 due to delays already considered unreasonable by Justice James L. Brunton of the Superior Court.

In October 2016, he benefited from a halt in the judicial process following his arrest in the Machine project conducted in 2009 against alleged cigarette traffickers established in particular in the Kahnawake Native American Reserve.

Cazzetta, former Rock Machine boss - enemies of the Hells Angels during the biker war in the 90s - went to the other side in 2004-2005. He and a few other members, most of them former Rock Machine for the most part, kept the Hells Angels home while almost all of them were imprisoned as a result of Operation SharQc.

The release of Cazzetta, if it materializes today, comes after the 40 th anniversary of the establishment of the Hells Angels in Quebec. The biker will surely be expected at the anticipated party by the police that bikers should hold next weekend to mark this anniversary.

Recall, however, that a nolle prosequi leaves a door open to the prosecution, who can accuse an individual again within one year.

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Forty years ago, the Hells Angels settled in Quebec. Police expect to see them present this weekend to celebrate. They are now much more discreet and have infiltrated the legal trade.


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Article to which I've linked below isn't related to the mob war but does make you wonder whether Antonio Pietrantonio is criminally active.

À la recherche des Riopelle volés

http://www.lapresse.ca/actualites/justic...pelle-voles.php

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

Ex-bodyguard of Tony Magi pleads guilty.

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http://www.journaldemontreal.com/2017/12/09/dans-lantichambre-dune--guerre-sans-merci

Going back in time:

Former Hells Angels and enemy bikers tell how their battle broke out, killing more than 160 people

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Hells Angels hold 40th anniversary bash in St-Marc-Sur-Richelieu sugar shack
CTV Montreal
Published Saturday, December 9, 2017 2:26PM EST
Last Updated Saturday, December 9, 2017 11:13PM EST

One of the world’s most notorious biker gangs is celebrating its fortieth anniversary in Quebec with some of the province’s traditional food and local officials said they’re confident security will be sufficient.
The Hells Angels gathered at the Handfield Sugar Shack in St-Marc-Sur-Richelieu on Saturday. Local city councillor Pascal Smith said the city was only made aware of the event on Friday.
“We don’t usually have to be aware of everything going on in St-Marc,” he said. “As far as we’re concerned, it’s just a group of people having a gathering.”
Smith said responsibility for monitoring the situation is the jurisdiction of the Surete du Quebec and no extra local resources will be used.
“We trust the SQ will do its work,” he said. “We don’t see a problem with the security with the event.”
He added that it’s not the first time the Hells Angels have descended on the town but no problems were reported in those prior instances.
“We have no idea what’s going to be happening in there,” he said “It’s a social gathering in a restaurant… we’re not aware of anything else.”

http://montreal.ctvnews.ca/hells-angels-...shack-1.3714615


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http://montrealgazette.com/news/local-ne...murder-in-n-d-g

Getaway driver convicted of double murder in N.D.G.

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Originally Posted By: Hollander


The Italian-language report to which I have linked below repeats, in some places, copy that was in a previous report (found at Hollander's link, for example) of which the Italian senator Giuseppe Lumia was also a co-author. Whether you're on a laptop, desktop, or mobile device, this newer report should be easy to have translated to English. Warning: There are some significant errors in the Italian report that all of you will be able to spot immediately.

Link:

http://osservatoriomediterraneosullamafia.blogspot.ca/2017/11/report-2017-fondazione-antonino.html

REPORT 2017
FONDAZIONE ANTONINO CAPONNETTO
LA GUERRA DI MAFIA
ITALO-CANADESE

A cura di

Salvatore Calleri
Giuseppe Lumia
Simona Trombetta

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Lol I forgot I posted that article.


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Investigation Cendrier: Several arrests for trafficking illegal tobacco

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RELEASE OF VITTORIO MIRARCHI
POLICE ON THE LOOKOUT
DANIEL RENAUD
LaPresse Dec.12,2017
The various police forces in Quebec are on the lookout, a few days before Christmas, with the imminent release from jail of an influential member of the Montreal mafia.

Condemned last September for plotting the murder of the aspiring sponsor Salvatore Montagna committed in November 2011, Raynald Desjardins's protégé, Vittorio Mirarchi, and two members of his close guard will soon leave the prison, their sentences served.

Mirarchi, 40, was sentenced to nine years in penitentiary last September, with the judge endorsing a joint suggestion between the Crown and the defense called a "compromise" by the prosecutor. But subtracting the period of pre-trial detention, calculated in time and a half, he had only four and a half months to serve.

A FILM PAUSED

Mirarchi, Desjardins and half a dozen other individuals were arrested on December 20, 2011, a month after the Montagna murder, largely because the Royal Canadian Mounted Police (RCMP) was investigating the Mafia succession. Montreal, had found a way to intercept the text messages of members of their clan. The mafia was then shaken by an internal war, three clans this time: Rizzuto, Desjardins and Montagna.


"On December 20, 2011, it's a bit like putting the film on pause. It may be that with the release of Mirarchi, someone presses the button again, "a police officer told La Presse.

According to reports, Mafia clan chiefs have called a meeting or meetings in the coming days to try to know what to expect or be fixed on certain intentions in the context of this release.

"We are attentive and proactive to follow the evolution of the situation which is very unpredictable. We can not predict what will happen, "said Montreal police commander Nicodemo Milano last week when asked by La Presse about the release of Mirarchi.

The latter is considered by the police as a major importer of cocaine, even though he was not charged with such a crime - despite evidence that could have been overwhelming - following the Clemenza investigation conducted by the RCMP in 2011.

Mirarchi has strong support in Ontario, particularly in the Ottawa area.

RELATIVE CALM

Weakened by years of internal wars, the Montreal mafia currently has a cellular and linear structure - not pyramid - and is composed of predominantly Calabrian and Sicilian clans who do business together and share their expertise.

Commander Milano, who speaks on his behalf and not on behalf of the other police forces, says that there is currently calm in Montreal, that there is no leader who stands out from the others and no clan dominant, although that of Rizzuto-Sollecito (Sicilians) has strengthened a little in recent months.

The latest attack on the Montreal mafia occurred in mid-August when Antonio De Blasio was killed in front of his 12-year-old son who had just finished a football training in a park in the Saint-Léonard neighborhood.

"There is a relative calm in the city of Montreal. Traditional Italian Organized Crime (COTI) is always looking for networking to raise profits, and these are associations by opportunity, not by culture, village or language. "

- Nicodemo Milano, Commander of the Organized Crime Division (COD) of the Montreal Police

"Since Operation Magot-Mastiff in November 2015, we have not identified a" table "or alliance of mafia clans. For several reasons. The important actors are incarcerated, they are very afraid to assume a position and a role of chief or they operate in total secrecy and with many intermediaries. The leader places several individuals between himself and the executors to isolate himself from possible criminal charges and, most importantly in the current context, to avoid being killed, "adds the officer.

According to Commander Milano, several members of the Mafia currently stand back, waiting to prove their loyalty to a leader who stands out, and for the moment, there would be none.

Commander Milano says that alliances within the mafia are currently very short-lived and that there is no intention among Mafiosi from Ontario, the United States or Italy to come to Montreal .

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Good to see sollecito held his ground


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Good to see sollecito held his ground


Why is he a a friend of yours?

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He's a friend of yours too, why else is he here


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