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    There's a series of articles in La Presse about street gang. The recent ones are about prostitution, dancer and pimping.

    PS It's in french: Link here - La Presse

    They're talking about motels near Sauve subway, SC in Ste-Hyacinthe. How girls are getting into this and so on. The girl they interviewed talked about her life in street gangs, talked also about clients. Don't know if it's funny, but I recognized some us...

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    I hope the anti gang law will goes thru in the present trial against thoses fuckers.

    Wilko

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    Our laws in general are a total joke. A serial rapist was sentenced to 6.5years in prison this week. 6.5!!!! For 16 counts of rape!! Anyone else see a problem here? With the young offenders act we can't even identify most gang members who commit crimes. Our justice system is a farce and needs a complete overhaul.

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    And he will probably end up doing 1/6 of his sentence!
    Then will be free has a bird,thanks to our bleeding hearts authorities.
    Meanwhile the real innocent victims will suffer the rest of thier lives.

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    Bring back the death penalty and start eliminating some of the shit. Too bad bleeding hearts couldn't wear a sign identifying themselves - if the scumbags of the world have to pick on someone let it be the bleeding hearts then see how long they REMAIN bleeding hearts!

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    This past week saw the conclusion of an important trial involving a Montreal street gang leader and some of his cronies. The trial was important because the guilty verdict represents the first time that a street gang leader will go to jail convicted of "gangsterism" (i.e, running a criminal organization) as opposed to selling drugs or some lesser offense. My only concern about this verdict is the minimal 10-year sentence. Can he get off on parole in few years? If so, then he should have gotten a much longer sentence.

    Montreal street gang leader sentenced to 10 years

    February 22, 2007
    CBC News
    Bernard Mathieu, the leader of a notorious street gang in Montreal's north end, was sentenced to 10 years in prison for gangsterism, conspiracy and drug trafficking in a groundbreaking ruling in Canada.

    Mathieu and four other Montreal men sentenced Wednesday were among 15 convicted in January, about four months after proceedings began. The other 10 men were found guilty of charges that were mostly drug-related.

    During sentencing arguments this week, police experts testified Mathieu, 35, was an "untouchable" kingpin in the crime underworld, who in the 1990s founded one of the best organized street gang operations ever in Montreal.

    Mathieu's gang ruled the surrounding Pelletier Street neighbourhood through fear, intimidating residents while selling crack to high school students in the area, police said.

    Gangsterism is defined as working with other people to further the ends of a criminal organization. The case involving Mathieu is believed to be the first ruling in Canada that recognizes a street gang as a criminal organization.

    The Crown prosecutor sought a 12- to 15-year sentence but was pleased with Judge Jean-Pierre Bonin's ruling.

    "[Mathieu] has been the principal organizer for the Pelletier street gang for about 15-20 years now. So sending him to prison for 10 years is a stiff sentence," said lawyer Jean-Pierre St-Jean.

    Mathieu will appeal his sentence, which was called excessive by his lawyers. The 35-year-old denied being a gang leader throughout his trial, but admitted he dealt drugs in Montreal's north end.

    The other sentences handed down this week in the street gang mega-trial:

    Jean-Robert Pierre-Antoine, six years for gangsterism.

    Hansley Joseph, five years and nine months for conspiracy and drug trafficking.

    Serge Hadley Mussotte and Jean-Pierre Joseph, four years and six months, and four years and three months, respectively, for conspiracy and drug trafficking.
    Strasser: By the way, the murder of the couriers, what has been done?
    Renault: Realizing the importance of the case, my men are rounding up twice the usual number of suspects.
    Heinze: We already know who the murderer is.
    Strasser: Good. Is he in custody?
    Renault: Oh, there's no hurry. Tonight he'll be at Rick's. Everybody comes to Rick's.

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    http://www.canada.com/montrealgazett...8-94893132951a

    'Mathieu, 35, born in Haiti but in Canada since age 8, faces deportation. The immigration law enacted in 1999 says a permanent resident sentenced to more than two years in a federal prison faces automatic deportation, with no right to appeal.'

    They should ship him into a container....

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    Quote Originally Posted by wilko26
    http://www.canada.com/montrealgazett...8-94893132951a

    'Mathieu, 35, born in Haiti but in Canada since age 8, faces deportation. The immigration law enacted in 1999 says a permanent resident sentenced to more than two years in a federal prison faces automatic deportation, with no right to appeal.'

    They should ship him into a container....
    A very very small container. Say 2' x 2', about the right size when you pass him through a blender first.

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    He and all the other dirtbags would look great going through a giant shredder.

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