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Re: Why the mob war in Montreal may be far from over [Re: antimafia] #929111
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http://www.lapresse.ca/actualites/j...e-des-producteurs-de-methamphetamine.php

Police strike against methamphetamine producers.

Here are some highlights of the article:

The suspects apprehended are Marcello Paolucci, 37, Lorenzo De Rosa, 46, Rudolph Jean, 45, Lucio Angelo, 45, and Julie Hache, 47. Paolucci, De Rosa and Jean were charged with conspiracy, production of substances and possession of substances for the purpose of trafficking.

During the Clemenza investigation, RCMP investigators intercepts in 2011 a communication between Paolucci and Marco Pizzi, an individual suspected of being an importer of cocaine, arrested in the final phase of Clemenza, but also released as a result a judgment of the judicial process. At that time, Paolucci was labeled as part of the clan of Giuseppe De Vito, an opponent of the dead Rizzuto clan poisoned with cyanide in his cell at Donnacona Penitentiary in 2013.

In 2008, Paolucci and other individuals, including the clan chief Salvatore Scoppa, were arrested and accused of abducting Nino De Bartolomeis, aka Nino Brown - a victim of attempted murder in March 2016 - but he had been released, as most of the alleged kidnappers elsewhere.

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http://www.journaldemontreal.com/20...u-criminel-lie-a-la-mafia-et-aux-motards

Greater Montreal: Large police operation against a criminal network linked to the mafia and bikers

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http://www.journaldemontreal.com/2018/02/12/un-caid-est-largue-par-sa-banque

A former West gang leader who has already brewed millions of dollars in cocaine trafficking, but is now broke, may lose his luxurious pied-à-terre in L'Île-des-Sœurs while he is languishing behind the bars.

The Toronto Dominion Bank (TD) has just asked the Superior Court to strip Shane Kenneth Maloney of his condo valued at $ 718,000 and to allow the sale under judicial control, so that the plaintiff can recover nearly half a year. million dollars owed to him by the trafficker.

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http://www.journaldemontreal.com/2018/02/12/du-dangereux-carfentanil-decouvert-a-laval-1

Blotting patches with the effigy of the LSD discoverer soaked in an opioid 100 times more powerful than fentanyl were seized in Laval after a police intervention in a man in respiratory distress.

The Laval police announced Monday to have got hold of fifteen blotters containing carfentanil, a substance 100 times more powerful than fentanyl.

The discovery took place in a residence in the Vimont neighborhood on January 23, when a 59-year-old man was found inanimate by his son. He died a few days later at the hospital of a cause that remains unknown.


During the intervention, the police discovered marijuana and fifteen stamps, mostly known to contain LSD, a hallucinogenic drug. The analyzes, however, revealed the presence of carfentanil.

Re: Why the mob war in Montreal may be far from over [Re: antimafia] #929353
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Arrests, laboratory dismantling and major seizures: the SPVM is doing a great deal in the world of traffickers
February 12, 2018

During the night of February 9 to 10, police officers from the Montreal Police Service (SPVM), with the support of several partners, carried out a vast operation against a network involved in the production and trafficking of narcotic drugs. large scale. It was linked to Italian organized crime and criminal bikers.

This operation was carried out following an extensive investigation conducted by the SPVM Organized Crime Division with the collaboration of the Sûreté du Québec (SQ), the Royal Canadian Mounted Police (RCMP) and the Canada Border Services Agency. Canada (CBSA). The targeted criminal network played a key role in drug trafficking in the greater metropolitan area.

In all, the police conducted six searches: four residences (Montreal, Mirabel, Terrebonne and Blainville); a warehouse in Mirabel and a clandestine laboratory in Chertsey.

Four individuals were arrested. This is Lorenzo DE ROSA, 46 years old; Marcello PAOLUCCI, 37 years old; Rudolph JEAN, 45 years old; and Lucio AUGELLO, 45 years old. They face charges for the production of substances, possession of substances for the purpose of trafficking as well as possession. The suspects appeared at the Court of Quebec on Saturday, February 10, 2018.

Marcello PAOLUCCI Rudolph JEAN Lucio AUGELLO Lorenzo DE ROSA
Marcello Paolucci Rudolph Jean Lucio Augello Lorenzo De Rosa


The police seized considerable amounts of narcotics, including 7 kg of methamphetamine, approximately 100,000 methamphetamine tablets, large batches of anabolic products, and 25 kg of phenyl-2-propanone (P2P) a product used in the manufacture of drugs. narcotics. They also seized several drug-making equipment including three tablet presses in the clandestine laboratory - each with a production capacity of 105,000 tablets per hour.

This operation may have taken place thanks to the survey work carried out following a large project conducted between June 2016 and 2017 targeting individuals involved in the manufacture of synthetic drugs, particularly fentanyl.

The fight against synthetic drugs is a priority for police organizations because they present very important health and public safety issues. Synthetic drugs are produced by improvised chemists and their manufacture and consumption are dangerous. They are also an important source of funding for organized crime.

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http://www.journaldemontreal.com/20...oupable-davoir-importe-300-kg-de-cocaine

American justice: a Quebecker guilty of having imported 300 kg of cocaine.

A trafficker from Brossard admitted to US justice that he was at the head of an international criminal organization that imported more than 300 kilograms of cocaine into the United States and Canada.

Iraklis Haviaropoulos, 41, convicted of conspiracy, drug trafficking and money laundering with four accomplices - two Americans and two Colombians - last Friday in New York State, Le Journal de Montreal .

Re: Why the mob war in Montreal may be far from over [Re: antimafia] #929582
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Francesco Del Balso, one of the leaders of the Rizzuto clan who was sentenced in Operation Colisee, will be able to regain his freedom even if his life remains under threat.

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The two young women and the 60-year-old Quebecker who allegedly imported 95 kg of cocaine in Australia were part of a vast remote control operation in Montreal, involving at least 12 people in Quebec, Morocco, Mexico and Peru.

Mélina Roberge, Isabelle Lagacé and André Tamine are in prison, in Sydney, but they would have been nothing but simple mules in this alleged plot, carefully planned by an Egyptian-Syrian gang and the Jewish underworld of the metropolis, in collaboration with the infamous Mexican cartel of Sinaloa.

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Originally Posted by Ciment
http://www.journaldemontreal.com/2018/02/15/mafia-un-ex-leader-du-clan-rizzuto-libere

Francesco Del Balso, one of the leaders of the Rizzuto clan who was sentenced in Operation Colisee, will be able to regain his freedom even if his life remains under threat.


Link to Daniel Renaud's article is below. Renaud will update his story later.

Francesco Del Balso retrouve sa liberté sous conditions

http://www.lapresse.ca/actualites/j...-retrouve-sa-liberte-sous-conditions.php

Re: Why the mob war in Montreal may be far from over [Re: antimafia] #929599
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They seem to have on a short leash.

Did you notice that it has been quiet both in Montreal and Toronto. Curious to know if they reached some agreement.

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We'll find out soon because someone definitely wants him dead too.

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Below is the link to Daniel Renaud's updated story (see my post from three posts back):

Francesco Del Balso libéré malgré une vie menacée

http://www.lapresse.ca/actualites/j...-balso-libere-malgre-une-vie-menacee.php

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Cattolica eraclea Mafia: Ciccu Mormina "identified as the successor in the role of head of the historic family", seized assets seizure.

Millitary forces of the Economic-Financial Police Unit of the Guardia di Finanza of Agrigento have executed an sequestration order issued by the Court of Agrigento - Section of Prevention Measures with reference to the real estate assets, as well as to the financial resources of Giuseppe Mormina (called " Ciccu ") , 78, of Cattolica Eraclea. This ordinance arises from the results of patrimonial investigations delegated to the financiers within the procedure of prevention measures of the District Attorney of Palermo with reference to Mormina and to the respective family unit. The assessment activity took place in the broader sector of the so-called "economic" contrast to organized crime and the effective aggression against illicit assets was made possible thanks to the in-depth analysis of financial flows compared to consumption and income achieved on a large scale- time frame. In particular, the forces of the Economic-Financial Police Unit of Agrigento have sealed 7 residential properties , a business complex (operating in the agricultural sector) and 22 land properties totalling 373.410 sqm located in the Municipality of Cattolica Eraclea, as well as current and deposit accounts for a total value of 752.377.05 euro .

The provision of prevention, which relates to the figure of Giuseppe Mormina son of the well-known boss Francesco Mormina, historic Mafia cattolicese, shows the danger as a result linked to criminals of international caliber (of which the best known is undoubtedly Nick Rizzuto , killed November 10, 2010) and, as pointed out by the judges, identified as the successor in the role of head of the historic family of Cattolica Eraclea. The Mormina's, are in fact linked by close family relationships with Domenico Terrasi (person subjected to the measure of prevention of special surveillance of public security, with obligation to stay in the municipality of residence when he leaves), another prominent feature of the mafia consortium of Cattolica Eraclea, together with which he was also a witness to the wedding of Gaetano Amodeo , the latter arrested in Canada (then extradited to Italy where he died in prison for an illness) after a long hiding from having played an active role in various murders, including that of the Marshal of the Carabinieri Giuliano Guazzelli . The criminal links of Mormina transpires indubitably from the relationships maintained with various members of the criminal gangster such as Antonino Messina, (formerly ruler of the Agrigento family in the 80s), Emanuele Sedita , Simone Capizzi and Salvatore Di Ganci , heads of the families of Ribera and Sciacca respectively, Bonanno family as well .

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Stefano Sollecito and Leonardo Rizzuto, who on paper are considered acting leaders of the Montreal Mafia, have been acquitted.

Leonardo Rizzuto et Stefano Sollecito acquittés

http://www.lapresse.ca/actualites/j...zzuto-et-stefano-sollecito-acquittes.php

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Originally Posted by antimafia
Stefano Sollecito and Leonardo Rizzuto, who on paper are considered acting leaders of the Montreal Mafia, have been acquitted.

Leonardo Rizzuto et Stefano Sollecito acquittés

http://www.lapresse.ca/actualites/j...zzuto-et-stefano-sollecito-acquittes.php


Alleged Montreal Mafia leaders Rizzuto and Sollecito acquitted

http://montrealgazette.com/news/loc...rizzuto-and-sollecito-acquitted-reports/


Espionnés illégalement, deux ex-piliers de la mafia montréalaise sont acquittés

http://www.journaldemontreal.com/20...-de-la-mafia-montrealaise-sont-acquittes

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About 130 police officers, including investigators from Montreal's ENRCO, have been searching since the middle of the morning about twenty homes and businesses in the greater Montreal area and the North Shore, in connection with a major investigation against a network of alleged drug traffickers related to the Hells Angels.
The police searched the city of Mount Royal, in Pointe-aux-Trembles and Anjou neighborhoods in Montreal, Repentigny, L'Assomption, Sainte-Adèle, Charlemagne, Legardeur and Terrebonne. Among the targeted places, one would find a training room located on the Boulevard Marien and a sumptuous residence belonging to a certain Carmelo Sacco. Nobody will be arrested. These are searches carried out during the course of the investigation.

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Originally Posted by Ciment
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About 130 police officers, including investigators from Montreal's ENRCO, have been searching since the middle of the morning about twenty homes and businesses in the greater Montreal area and the North Shore, in connection with a major investigation against a network of alleged drug traffickers related to the Hells Angels.
The police searched the city of Mount Royal, in Pointe-aux-Trembles and Anjou neighborhoods in Montreal, Repentigny, L'Assomption, Sainte-Adèle, Charlemagne, Legardeur and Terrebonne. Among the targeted places, one would find a training room located on the Boulevard Marien and a sumptuous residence belonging to a certain Carmelo Sacco. Nobody will be arrested. These are searches carried out during the course of the investigation.


Seems like when the Mafia gets a break the others aren't followed by the other way around.


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http://www.lapresse.ca/actualites/j...-de-perquisitions-contre-les-motards.php

About 130 police officers, including investigators from Montreal's ENRCO, have been searching since the middle of the morning about twenty homes and businesses in the greater Montreal area and the North Shore, in connection with a major investigation against a network of alleged drug traffickers related to the Hells Angels.
The police searched the city of Mount Royal, in Pointe-aux-Trembles and Anjou neighborhoods in Montreal, Repentigny, L'Assomption, Sainte-Adèle, Charlemagne, Legardeur and Terrebonne. Among the targeted places, one would find a training room located on the Boulevard Marien and a sumptuous residence belonging to a certain Carmelo Sacco. Nobody will be arrested. These are searches carried out during the course of the investigation.


Seems like when the Mafia gets a break the others aren't followed by the other way around.


I know, maybe it is a new police tactic.

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http://www.journaldequebec.com/2018...n-reseau-de-trafiquants-des-hells-angels

Journal de Montreal
ÉRIC THIBAULT
Tuesday, February 20, 2018 11:04
Update Tuesday, February 20, 2018 11:04


The police have been conducting since Tuesday morning about twenty searches at the expense of a large network of drug trafficking whose strings would be pulled by the new alleged leader of the Hells Angels.

It is a criminal organization linked to "influential members" of the motorcycle gang, including Mario Brouillette, who is targeted in this operation involving 130 police officers from the National Crime Suppression Squad (ENRCO).

On January 24, Le Journal de Montreal reported that Mario Brouillette, formerly known as "The Dauphin of Mauritius 'Mom' Boucher" and that the police believe to be the new guiding spirit of the Hells, is suspected of leading this network of traffickers present in Montreal and on the northern neigborhoods.


The brigade is thus conducting its second series of searc[/b]hes in as many months against this network, after the one carried out at the end of January where a jeweler's shop in Repentigny had been visited.

Suspect well connected

In this second phase of the investigation project called "Objection", the ENRCO is particularly interested in a businessman of Italian origin considered to be the alleged right hand of Mario Brouillette.

According to our information, the police believe that Carmelo Sacco Jr. is not only close to Brouillette and the Hells but also has ties to the mafia and street gangs in Montreal.

According to our sources, Sacco has already been observed by the police in the company of large organized crime figures, including the former head of the Italian mafia, Stefano Sollecito, before the arrest of the latter in November 2015.

On Monday, Sollecito was acquitted, along with the son of the late godfather Vito Rizzuto, the lawyer Leonardo Rizzuto, charges of gangsterism and conspiracy that had been against them for more than two years.

Judge Eric Downs dismissed the wiretap evidence that incriminated them, finding that the police had illegally recorded their conversations in the lawyer's office Loris Cavaliere.

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Damn Rizzuto sits in jail for 3 years or so for nothing.

I'm interested in seeing how things go now that the "bosses" are back on the streets now. I'm betting things really pick back up news wise North of the border.

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"Rizzuto to keep low profile after release, crime expert suggests"

http://montrealgazette.com/news/loc...ile-after-release-crime-expert-suggests/

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The Montrealer accused of importing 95 kg of cocaine in Australia with the help of two young Quebec women pleaded guilty on Friday to a charge of importing drugs in commercial quantities.

Andre Jorge Tamine, 64, was arrested in August 2016 aboard the Sea Princess boat in Sydney Harbor. He had just completed a luxurious two-month cruise around the world alongside Isabelle Lagacé, 30, and Mélina Roberge, 24

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Alain Charron, an associate of Raynald Desjardins can not avoid his trial in the face of serious charges of conspiracy to import of 15 tons of hashish in Montreal.

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The Montrealer accused of importing 95 kg of cocaine in Australia with the help of two young Quebec women pleaded guilty on Friday to a charge of importing drugs in commercial quantities.

Andre Jorge Tamine, 64, was arrested in August 2016 aboard the Sea Princess boat in Sydney Harbor. He had just completed a luxurious two-month cruise around the world alongside Isabelle Lagacé, 30, and Mélina Roberge, 24


that Melina Roberge is a fucking smoke show hot damn. I guess Isabella Lagace used to be a nude model or porn actor one or the other. I've seen this a handful of times in the past couple years with drug dealers sending women on luxurious vacations across the world as a cover up for actually getting a sizeable load of drugs from point A-B

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Mob-linked Leonardo Rizzuto to answer to weapons, drug charges in March

http://montrealgazette.com/news/loc...answer-to-weapons-drug-charges-in-march/

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Police continue to search the Hells Angels. Fourth time in a month, officers struck a narcotics-related drug ring this morning.

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More than $ 3 million in money and drugs
Authorities take stock of seizures after raids on high-ranking organized crime HA figures

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http://www.journaldemontreal.com/2018/02/25/la-police-trahie-par-sa-technologie

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Bronfman Crime family

In 1922 Paul Matoff was shot to death in Saskatchewan in a firefight between 2 bootlegger-gangs. Matoff was the brother in law of Samuel Bronfman who makes in Canada whiskey and sold it during prohibition to gangs in the US. The Bronfman family delivered booze from Canada to the Purple gang, Dalitz in Cleveland, Rothstein, Luciano and Lansky.

This section excerpted from:
http://home.wxs.nl/~puparo/canada.htm


According to the authors of *Dope, Inc.*, one way that greedy dealers are punished by the Big Boys of the illegal narcotics business is to have agencies of the federal government act as "muscle" or "enforcers". "Back during Prohibition, old Sam Bronfman had [a] problem with the petty racketeers who drove the trucks across the border. They were greedy, and too numerous. Meyer Lansky's Murder, Inc. provided the essential service of weeding their ranks. It appears that today the same service is performed for the dope traffic by the United States Treasury."

source:
http://www.beyond-the-illusion.com/files/New-Files/960930/cn-835.txt



Big-Time Gangsters Set up McCain's Family Fortune
The Buchanan-hating Bronfman family are the "godfathers" behind the organized crime empire in Arizona that spawned the political career of "reformer" John McCain.

By Michael Collins Piper

In 1976 a crusading Phoenix reporter, Don Bolles, was murdered by a car-bomb after writing a series of stories exposing the organized crime connections of well-known figures in Arizona, including one Jim Hensley.

Five years later "Honest John" McCain arrived in Arizona as the new husband of Hensley's daughter, Cindy. "From the moment McCain landed in Phoenix," according to Charles Lewis of the Center for Public Integrity, "the Hensleys were key sponsors of his political career."

The fact is, the people ultimately behind the Hensley fortune are even more interesting and controversial

While it is well-known McCain's father-in-law is owner of the biggest Anheuser-Busch beer distributor in Arizona—one of the largest beer distributors in the nation—the media has had nothing to say about the origins of the Hensley fortune that financed McCain's rise to power.

The Hensley fortune, in fact, is a regional offshoot of the big time bootlegging and rackets empire of the Bronfman dynasty of Canada, founded by Sam Bronfman, an early partner of Meyer Lansky, longtime "chairman of the board" of the international crime syndicate. (The Bronfmans cover all bases. Sam's son, Edgar, today—at least publicly—supports George W. Bush.)

McCain's father-in-law got his start as a top henchman of one Kemper Marley who, for some forty years until his death in 1990 at age 84, was the undisputed behind-the-scenes political boss of Arizona. But Marley was much more: he was also the protege of Lansky's longtime lieutenant, Phoenix gambler Gus Greenbaum.

In 1941 Greenbaum had set up the Transamerica Publishing and News Ser vice, which operated a national wire service for bookmakers. In 1946 Green baum turned over the day-to-day operations to Marley while Greenbaum focused on building up Lansky-run casinos in Las Vegas, commuting there from his home in Phoe nix. Greenbaum, in fact, was so integral to the Lansky empire that he was the one who took command of Lansky's Las Vegas interests in 1947 after Lansky ordered the execution of his own longtime friend, Benjamin "Bugsy" Siegel, for skimming profits from the new Flamingo Casino.

Greenbaum and his wife were murdered in a mob "hit" in 1948, their throats cut. The murder set off a series of gangland wars in Phoenix, but Marley survived and prospered

During this time Marley was building up a liquor distribution monopoly in Arizona. The truth is that it was the Bronfman family that set Marley up in business. However, in 1948, some 52 of Marley's employees (including Jim Hensley) went to jail on federal liquor violations—but not Marley.

The story in Arizona is that Hensley took the fall for Marley. Upon Hensley's release from prison, Marley paid Hensley back by setting him up in the beer business. That company today, said to be worth $200 million, financed McCain's career. And without Marley's political support McCain could have never even gotten elected dogcatcher.

But there's more. McCain's father-in-law had also dabbled in the dog racing business and he expanded his family fortune further by selling his dog racing track to an individual connected to the the Buffalo-based Jacobs family.

The Jacobs were the leading distributors for Bronfman liquor into the United States during Prohibition into the hands of local gangs that were part of the Lansky syndicate. Expanding over the years, the family's enterprises were once described as being "probably the biggest quasi-legitimate cover for organized crime's money-laundering in the United States."

While John McCain himself can not be held personally responsible for the sins of his father-in-law, the fact is that this "reformer" owes his political and financial fortunes to the good graces of the biggest names in organized crime.

source: The Spotlight
http://www.spotlight.org/Pat/gangsters/gangsters.html

Charles Luciano was nicknamed Charile Lucifer, "the devil." He was the most feared and hated of the underworld bosses. Luciano liked Toddy both because he was attracted to her and she had a restaurant he wanted to use for one of his bases of operations on the third floor for gambling. Luciano was one of the three major distributors for the Bronfman’s narcotics. The Bronfmans are outwardly Jewish and covertly satanists. Remember they were mentioned in the previous Collins article being friends of actor Joan Collins.

Rothstein and Meyer Lansky were the other two Bronfman distributors. (Dope. Inc., p. 431) Luciano supplied Hot Toddy with her drugs. At the time of her murder, her movie boss had planned to raise her salary to $3,500 a week. Luciano worked for the U.S. government during W.W. II, and in 1946 was deported to Sicily. During W.W.II Luciano work for US. Intelligence--SOE and OSS. (Where else in this newsletter have I mentioned the corruption in the Intelligence Agencies?) After being "deported" to Sicily, Luciano continued to work for US. Intelligence and Permindex (Dope. Inc., p. 483)-which is the elite’s assassination bureau which later moved the center of its headquarters to Paradise Island in the Grand Bahamas. (Dope. Inc., p.493) (It seems to me that Luciano had connections to Onassis.)

I noticed that there was a man named Collins who was involved with the Illuminati’s movements to take over the Australian economy. He was an executive of H.W. Smith, one of those companies that interlock with the CIA, mob, and Illuminati. As you may realize, I offer these types of clues because I can’t presume on the future and hope that others will asist in putting together the pieces of how widespread the satanic Collins family is.

Joan Collins spent time with Edgar Bronfman. The Bronfman family are the Jewish Illuminati family that runs Canada. (p. 281-282)

Source: Excerpts from: Dope, Inc.
http://www.light1998.com/The_satanic_bloodline/Collins_bloodline.htm




The Rest of the Story
The Bronfman Crime Families

By Allan May

The Purple Gang originated in Detroit. Dalitz, who once lived in Detroit and had family there, had connections to the Purple Gang but his main influence was in Cleveland. Born in Boston, Dalitz moved to Cleveland and used the name Maurice Davis so he wouldn't embarrass his family, who remained in Detroit and ran a legitimate laundry business.

Dalitz's important status in the underworld was apparent when he was invited to the Atlantic City crime conference in 1929. The meeting, which coincided with Meyer Lansky's honeymoon, was the first movement toward a national crime syndicate. The theme of the conference was nationwide cooperation. Some discussions took place on the beach with mobsters walking around barefoot with their pantlegs rolled up. The main topics of conversation were post-Prohibition plans for the liquor business and dividing up the country into exclusive gambling franchises. Depending on which book you read, the meeting was initiated by Lucky Luciano, Lansky, (left) Frank Costello (right) or Johnny Torrio of Chicago. What is not in dispute is that the participants came from a wide variety of ethnic and religious backgrounds including Italian, Irish, Polish and Jewish.

The Bronfman (Edgar left) family started out in the hotel business in Canada but during Prohibition they reportedly made tremendous profits by shipping liquor into the United States, reportedly shipping booze through Cleveland, Detroit and New York.

Dalitz's connection to the Bronfman family stemmed from the fact that the Bronfmans shipped most of their liquor through Cleveland because of the city's proximity to the Canadian border. However, the Bronfmans also dealt with the Purple Gang in Detroit, and with various New York bootleggers including Luciano (right), Lansky and Arnold Rothstein. The Bronfmans were always entertained lavishly and treated to the best seats at boxing matches by their underworld hosts. After Prohibition, the Bronfmans' distilleries were among the most profitable in the liquor industry.

source:
Excerpt from an article at:
http://www.ganglandnews.com/

[1] FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF CICERO (a Chicago suburb, Al Capone Land, a long-known mafia enclave). Later it became the flagship of PINNACLE BANC GROUP. Still later, to confuse matters, the bank was called Old Kent Bank, a unit whose head office is Grand Rapids, Michigan. Pinnacle was the successor and alter ego to the mysterious, scandal-wrecked, BANK OF CREDIT AND COMMERCE INTERNATIONAL, which supposedly (although not actually) went under in 1991. BCCI was a reputed assassination and espionage funding apparatus for various intelligence agencies, including the American CIA, the French CIA, and Israel's The Mossad (The Institute).

Bishop Paul Marcinkus, head of the VATICAN BANK until 1991, was also the dominant force controlling First National Bank of Cicero. Marcinkus was originally from Cicero and ran a church there. Marcinkus fled the Vatican, sheltering himself with his Vatican passport, when Italian authorities sought to grill him and possibly prosecute him for various criminal offenses he reportedly committed as Vatican Bank chief. He returned to the U.S. and lives in Sun City, Arizona.

[2] Roger D'Onofrio, an American CIA official, with dual citizenship, U.S. and Italy, living near Naples, Italy. Italian authorities, in the wire service and other stories of December, 1995, described him as the CIA's secret paymaster in Italy, to fund political assassinations of those not liked by the American CIA, and to pay-off or destroy opposition parties in the Italian government.

The Pelossi-Marcinkus-D'Onofrio ring reportedly, through Vatican Bank and other financial institutions, trafficked in smuggled gold, osmium nuclear bomb triggers, high quality counterfeit foreign currencies, and other illicit goods and services. With the corrupt connivance of top officials of the INTERNAL REVENUE SERVICE, Chicago Region office, Pelossi reportedly arranged the laundering of billions of dollars through concealed and dummy accounts, reportedly in the following banks, among others; and for and on behalf reportedly of George W. Bush, Jeb Bush, and the Elder Bush, their father: HARRIS BANK OF CHICAGO, and their Foreign Exchange section, called ForEx, a unit of BANK OF MONTREAL owned principally by the whiskey-soaked BRONFMAN FAMILY [SEAGRAMS booze, Cineplex Odeon movie theater chain, as well as numerous operations of records-entertainment in California].

This section excerpted from:
Laundry Wizard For George Bush Family Arrested


http://hiddenmysteries.org/conspiracy/reststory/bronfmanscrime.html

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