Unpaid debts and searches related to double murder? News | Published on January 25, 2017 at 11:30 - Update January 25, 2017 at 11:30
The two arson attacks, which targeted two businesses owned by the woman Carmelo Cannistraro, Caterina Miceli, would serve to send messages to the mafioso and his relatives.
The Streakz Coiffure, the Vimont district of Laval, and the branch of the same name, situated Robert-Bourassa Boulevard, also in Laval, have been the target of flames in recent weeks.
According to our information, sports betting, controlled by Carmelo Cannistraro during Operation Colosseum, is at the heart of the actions of the incendiaries.
It seems that it is not to get control of the sports betting book that both hairdressing salons have been set on fire.
Stefano Sollecito, the Mafia's interim sponsor, who is responsible for the sports betting book , is very ill and would not pay his debts.
It would therefore be for the payment of debts that we attacked the businesses of Caterina Miceli, the wife of Carmelo Cannistraro.
Searches related to double murder? The residence of mobster Salvatore Scoppa was invested by the Sûreté du Québec (SQ) in the upscale area of ​​Val-des-Brises, Laval, on 17 January.
The purpose of the search by the SQ crime investigators at Scoppa's home was to gather evidence in an ongoing investigation.
According to information obtained by TVA Nouvelles, these searches are linked to a case of a double murder.
A residence in Blainville, in the Laurentians, was searched, on December 22, in a case of disappearance, considered however a double murder. [b][/b] On September 25 and 26, 2013, Daniel Pierre, in his mid-forties, and Mohamed Qazi Ali, 30, two men linked to organized crime disappeared under nebulous circumstances.
"The investigation initiated by the SPVM seeks to demonstrate that there would be a link between the two disappearances and could be found in the Laurentians," said SQ in a press release.
Listen to Félix Séguin's column in the video above to find out more about Carmelo Cannistraro and Salvatore Scoppa.