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Old 04-11-2006, 12:10 AM   #21
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Kinda eerie since you can see the body in the back of the infiniti in the areal view...


On a side note, this is kinda funny lookin
Is it just me, or does that VW cruiser have a sunroof Thats for mounty hats on the tall mounty'*....right?
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UPDATE!!

Just watched the news and they confirmed that the people ( not sure if it was all the people) were members of the biker gang called "The Banditos"(sp).


So sure enough it was a gang related shooting.

New update........


Canadian officials have the ring leader of this gang in custody. He has declined to make any statements to the media, and at this time he has only been identified through a few public appearances in the late 1960s endorsing corn chips. It appears he was trying to weed out some members of the organization who were questioning his authority.

I give you the cold-blooded sadist behind these brutal slayings......


The Frito Bandito
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Old 04-11-2006, 12:15 AM   #23
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On an Off Topic Note. My Brother lives in Toronto, and just recently left his job at Macleans magazine( Like Time magazine but here in Canada) as an online editor, and is now the senior editor for Yahoo Canada online.

Anyhow, another update.

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Five men charged in gangland shooting of 8; termed "internal cleansing" by police

LONDON, Ont. (CP) - Five people have been arrested and charged with first-degree murder in the gangland-style shooting of eight men who were associated with or full-fledged members of the notorious Bandidos motorcycle gang, police said Monday.

Ontario police Det.-Insp. Don Bell described the shootings as an "internal cleansing" within the gang and insisted there'* little reason for public fear.


"I think this is an isolated incident and I wouldn't expect to see any significant fallout from it," Bell said.


"It should be noted that these men are criminals. They are not the motorcycle enthusiasts they portray themselves to be."


The eight victims, found stuffed Saturday inside several vehicles abandoned near a southwestern Ontario farmer'* field, were all victims of gunshot wounds, although the cause of death has not been confirmed, said Ontario police Det.-Supt. Ross Bingley.


"The victims of this crime have been positively identified and are associated (with), or belong to, the Bandidos motorcycle gang," Bingley told a news conference, a pair of Bandidos motorcycle vests on display behind him like hunting trophies.


"This is an isolated incident with ties to the Bandidos."


Bingley confirmed that Wayne Kellestine, 56, a "full-patch" member of the gang whose home near the scene of where the bodies were found was raided Sunday by provincial police, was among those arrested and charged.


Also arrested Sunday were Eric Niessen, 45, and Kerry Morris, 56, both of Monkton, Ont., Frank Mather, 32, of Sutton-Dunwich Township, Ont., and Brett Gardner, 21, of no fixed address.


Police identified the full-patch Bandidos who were among the dead as George Jesso, 52, of Etobicoke; George Kriarakis, 28, Luis Manny Raposo, 41, and Francesco Salerajno, 43, of Toronto; John Muscedere, 48, of Chatham, Ont.; and Paul Sinopoli, 30, of Sutton, Ont.


Also killed were Jamie Flanz, 37, of Keswick, Ont., described as a "prospect" member of the gang, and Michael Trotta, 31, of Mississauga, Ont., an associate member.


The details come the day after witnesses spotted police marching a group of people, their hands in the air, out of the home of Kellestine, a former leader of the now-defunct St. Thomas Loners biker gang.


The eight bodies were all found Saturday stuffed in several abandoned vehicles, including a tow truck, on the outskirts of a farmer'* field some 10 kilometres away from Kellestine'* home.


The tow truck driver is one of the dead.


Elgin County, west of London, has a history of violent confrontation between rival motorcycle clubs. Several organizations, including the Loners, the Bandidos and the Hells Angels, have been known to populate the area.


In separate incidents in 1994 and 1998, the bodies of a man and a woman were found dumped in county field. Both had been beaten to death, and neither of the murders were ever solved.


In October 1999, Kellestine himself was wounded in a shootout near Highway 401, apparently the result of a rift inside one of the gangs.


The bodies, still ensconced in the vehicles they were found in, were transported Saturday under cloak of darkness to the coroner'* office in Toronto, where they were undergoing autopsies Monday.

A neighbour said he commonly saw motorcycles driving up and down the street to Kellestine'* home, although he experienced no problems as a result.

The four men and one woman who were charged appeared in a court in St. Thomas on Monday, but officials would provide few details.


Eight men found dead on a remote southwestern Ontario farm were either members of the Bandidos biker gang or linked to it.

A look at the victims:

-George Jesso, 52, Toronto, full patch member

-George Kriarakis, 28, Toronto, full-patch member

-John Muscedere, 48, Chatham, Ont., full-patch member

-Luis Manny Raposo, 41, Toronto, full-patch member

-Francesco Salerajno, 43, Toronto, full-patch member

-Paul Sinopoli, 30, Sutton, Ont., full-patch member

-Jamie Flanz, 37, Keswick, Ont., prospect member

-Michael Trotta, 31, Milton, Ont., associate member

Well now we know that it was an "Internal Cleansing", and not a start of some gang war.
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It appears he was trying to weed out some members of the organization who were questioning his authority.
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Well now we know that it was an "Internal Cleansing", and not a start of some gang war.

I told you! It was that freakin' Frito Bandito! Those dudes must have been raiding his corn chip stash.



Please, somebody tell me you know who the Frito Bandito is!
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Good link Mike, had no idea yer bro worked for Macleans!

Allow me to ONCE again clarify our policing RCMP (Royal Canada Mouted Police) is the federal wing of the Police (ie they deal with federal matters). The OPP as seen pictured is the Provincial police in Ontario.

Mounties do NOT equal OPP.

Anyhow, yes, seems to be internally related, that aerial picture of the fat dead guy in the FX was on the cover of the Toronto Star on Sunday....gross...
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It was on the front of a few papers this weekend, taken from a couple different angles.

Yeah He used to work for Macleans, now he works for Yahoo, just up the street from Macleans, lol.
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I want a cheap FX...wonder if the Coroner will sell me that chit for good and cheap
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