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CULIACÁN._ Un originario de Irak pero nacionalizado canadiense fue encontrado asesinado a balazos, a un costado del fraccionamiento Country Álamos.

Información de las corporaciones policiales indica que el occiso se llamaba Salih Abulazis Sahbaz.

El cadáver fue hallado por las autoridades la noche de ayer sobre el bulevar Rolando Arjona Amábilis.

De acuerdo con los datos proporcionados el cuerpo presentaba impactos de bala. Junto al occiso localizaron casquillos calibre 45 milímetros.

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Matan a ciudadano canadiense en Culiacán
Una persona originaria de Iraq nacionalizada canadiense fue asesinada a balazos

Una persona originaria de Iraq nacionalizada canadiense fue asesinada a balazos en las inmediaciones de la central camionera Milenium.

CULIACÁN._ Información de las corporaciones policiales indica que la víctima se llama Salih Abulazis Sahbaz, de 35 años, con residencia en Canadá.

La Procuraduría General de Justicia del Estado, a través de la Secretaria de Relaciones Exteriores solicitó mediante un nota diplomática información del occiso a la embajada de Canadá.

A través de la Procuraduría General de la República, la fiscalía del estado requirió a la Interpol los datos con los que cuenta del iraquí.

Las autoridades investigan los motivos de la estancia de Abulazis Sahbaz en Sinaloa.


El iraquí fue encontrado asesinado alrededor de las 23:40 horas del domingo sobre el bulevar Rolando Arjona, a un costado del fraccionamiento Country Álamos.

Según las autoridades, mediante una llamada telefónica reportaron que había una persona herida en esa zona.

Elementos de las corporaciones policiales se trasladaron al lugar y localizaron a Salih ya muerto sobre la vialidad.

De acuerdo con los datos proporcionados, el iraquí tenía todas sus pertenencias entre sus ropas.

Entre sus documentos peritos de la Procuraduría General de Justicia del Estado le hallaron el pasaporte, una identificación del Gobierno de Canadá y dinero en efectivo.

Junto al cadáver localizaron ocho casquillos calibre 45 milímetros como evidencia.

Personal de la Agencia del Ministerio Público Especializado en Homicidios Dolosos dio fe del asesinato para iniciar con las indagatoria.

El cuerpo fue llevado a las instalaciones del Servicio Médico Forense para practicarle los estudios de ley.

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Acribillan a mercenario Iraki en Culiacan Sinaloa

esto ya no me esta gustando, que mierdas hacia un mercenario Iraki en México?? scratch
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Mensaje por civilbatalion el 16/1/2012, 5:10 pm

Si consideramos que las mafias que tienen presencia en Canadá, principalmente en Columbia Británica, con altos niveles de producción de MArihuana, presencia de la Mafia China y la Mexicana.

No es tan descabellado ver personajes de este tipo acá, y menos ahora que los cárteles están impulsando sus actividades delictivas en constante expansión hacia diversas naciones (Ver el artículo http://www.todopormexico.com/t6964-joaquin-chapo-guzman-se-convirtio-en-11-anos-en-el-capo-mas-poderoso-eu)

Canadá tiene una presencia abrumadora de migrantes provenientes de Oriente Medio, de China,Japón, Korea y SouthEasts también.

Solo para poner en Contexto:

"Mexican drug wars behind Vancouver gang violence: police
wendy stueck AND josh wingrove
VANCOUVER and TORONTO— From Wednesday's Globe and Mail
Published Tuesday, Mar. 03, 2009 9:59PM EST
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It's a long way from the Mexican border town of Ciudad Juarez to a Delta golf course where a 32-year-old man on Monday night was found dead near his grey Cadillac, shot multiple times and left to die.

But police say the two locations, roughly 3,000 kilometres apart, are linked by a drug war that has turned towns like Ciudad Juarez into war zones, sent the price of cocaine soaring and is reflected in a rash of deadly gang shootings that have rocked Metro Vancouver in recent weeks.

Violence between competing Mexican cartels is squeezing the flow of drugs from source countries like Mexico and Columbia through cities such as Los Angeles, one of the major sources for Vancouver-based groups that buy and sell illegal drugs, says Pat Fogarty, RCMP superintendent with the combined forces special enforcement unit. Gangs in the Lower Mainland are now fighting over the dwindling supply.

“The distribution lines have been disrupted,” Supt. Fogarty said Tuesday in an interview.

“It's like in any marketplace – the demand stays high, but there's not as many distributors out there because the little guys get knocked off.

“The bigger ones survive, the other ones don't. And these guys don't resolve things through a court process. It's ‘I want my piece of the pie' – well, there's none left for you.”

The Mexican gang violence is a major element of Lower Mainland gang shootings that have killed at least nine people since the beginning of the year, Supt. Fogarty said.

On Tuesday, embattled B.C. police were able to trumpet a rare piece of good news when they announced five arrests, including that of a leader of the UN Gang, one of the major gangs operating in the province, and promising more to come.

Those arrested include Barzan Tilli-Choli, 26, of Vancouver, described by police as a UN Gang leader, who was charged with two counts of attempted murder in connection with a targeted hit outside a Surrey bar on Feb. 16.

In that incident, shooters in an SUV pulled up beside a Range Rover stopped at an intersection, raking the vehicle with bullets as four people – two men and two women – sat inside.

One man was wounded in that shooting, which had targeted an associate of the three Bacon brothers, who have been linked to gang activity and who have been the subject of rare warnings to the public about the danger of associating or doing business with them.

Also arrested and charged with two counts of attempted murder were Aram Ali, 23, and Nicola Cottrell, 26, of New Westminster.

Sarah Trebble, 28, of West Vancouver, was charged with one count of occupying a vehicle knowing there was a firearm inside, and Karwan Saed, 32, of Burnaby, was charged with being an accessory after the fact.

The arrests followed an investigation that involved the Vancouver Police Department and the RCMP. The recent rash of gang killings has resulted in calls by some for a unified police force for Metro Vancouver, which is served by a patchwork of different forces.

RCMP said Tuesday that all Lower Mainland police agencies are working together to tackle gangs. Those efforts extend to neighbouring Alberta, where forces in Calgary and Edmonton pitched in on the investigation.

In Delta, a suburban community in the Metro Vancouver area, police are trying to piece together a homicide from Monday night in which a man was shot, possibly several times, and killed.

Police called around 6:40 p.m. on Monday to Ladner Trunk Road, a highway near the Delta Golf Course, found Abbotsford resident Sukhwinder Dhaliwal, 32, slumped over next to his grey Cadillac. He'd been shot, apparently several times, and left for dead.

Delta police described it as a targeted, gang-style shooting.

Delta police chief constable Jim Cessford has been a vocal opponent of a metro force, saying community police services can better meet community needs.

But the Monday night murder shows that Delta is not immune to gang violence, which would be best tackled by a single regional police force, argues Robert Gordon, director of the school of criminology at Simon Fraser University.

“Even bucolic Delta is going to be visited by crime, serious crime, because the actions of organized crime groups have no respect for municipal boundaries, and they will roam anywhere in the area,” he said. “They don't care whether it's Delta or where the hell else, they will do their business. And so you can expect more of that to happen.”

On a visit last month to Vancouver, Prime Minister Stephen Harper met with regional police chiefs and families of victims of gang violence, including relatives of two innocent bystanders who were among six men killed in a gangland slaying at a Surrey high-rise in 2007 that remains unsolved.

Ottawa last month announced proposed legislation to toughen penalties for gang-related crime.
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Mensaje por civilbatalion el 18/1/2012, 9:07 pm

MADRES En serio. no me quieren contratar de análista criminal?... vean esto:

El muerto no era MERCENARIO IRAQUI, era integrante de la Mafia llamda Naciones Unidas.

Lo interesante es que por lo visto en Vancouver están batallando mucho para procesar a los criminales, se les salen por todos lados los integrantes de las Mafias que son llevados a la Justicia.

Pareciera que el negocio de la Marihuana y la Heroína controlada no es tan funcional como se pensaba.

REVISEN El dato siguiente, al parecer hoy asesinaron en Vancouver a un líder de una banda que se alineo con la misma banda delictiva.

Les apuesto lo que quieran que pronto estaremos escuchando de las alianzas entre las pandillas De Columbia Británica. con el cártel de Sinaloa y otro cártel mexicano, no se, podrían ser los Zetas.


"The Canadian gunned down in a targeted hit in the Sinaloa capital late Sunday night is a high-ranking member of the United Nations Gang.

His name is Sal Sahbaz and he was a regular associate of former UN leader Clay Roueche.

Sahbaz has been charged with trafficking twice in Vancouver, but got off both times. He had a conviction for assault causing bodily harm.

He has spent much of the last three years in Sinaloa – the heart of territory controlled by one of the deadliest cartels in Mexico. He had direct contact with cartels and was a go-between for the UN here and their Mexican suppliers.

But Sahbaz returned to B.C. regularly and was spotted in Surrey a few months back

Here’s my story:

He is not the first UN gangster killed in Mexico. Lou Kaawach and Taco Castaneda were killed there in July 2008. Another UN member from here was killed in Argentina a couple of years ago. Then there were the 2008 murders in the Fraser Valley of Duane Meyer and Michael Gordon. More than a dozen UN members and associates are awaiting trial on charges ranging from drug trafficking to murder."
http://blogs.vancouversun.com/2012/01/17/vancouver-un-member-sal-sahbaz-executed-in-mexico/

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Mensaje por jaz223 el 18/1/2012, 9:11 pm

Chingao! Ahora si hasta en aquellas tierras donde matan gratis vamos a tener mala fama!!
En lo que no estoy de acuerdo es que le llamen "mercenario" todo suneto es inocente hasta que se ackare lo contrario
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Mensaje por civilbatalion el 18/1/2012, 9:14 pm

Por algunos lados se menciona que este Sandip dirigía el narco en East Vancouver.

Y otros dicen que ya se había retirado.


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VANCOUVER — Long-time gangster Sandip (Dip) Duhre was gunned down execution-style by someone he was meeting at the Wall Centre Tuesday night.

Duhre, 36, a one-time associate of the late Bindy Johal, has been targeted for years as he rose up through the ranks of mid-level gangs in Metro Vancouver.

At the Wall Centre Wednesday, security guards kicked out reporters and camera operators trying to see the spot in Café One where Duhre was shot to death.

Even members of the Cuban national women’s soccer team were snapping photos of the spot where a gunman fired several times at Duhre’s face.

Outside passers-by watched as a worker replaced a large plate-glass window on the second floor facing Hornby Street that had shattered when the assassin’s bullet hit.

Wall Centre spokesperson Valerie Wonghen issued a brief statement describing the grisly murder as “an incident.”

“The police are looking into it. Due to our competent staff and the help of the Vancouver Police Department, our Operations have continued without interruption,” Wonghen said.

Longtime Duhre friend Ranj Dhaliwal, author of the Daaku novels about Indo-Canadian gangs, said he was saddened to learn of the slaying even though it was inevitable given his chosen life.

"Sandip Duhre was close to Bindy Johal in his younger years and understood the level of violence that comes along with the underworld. From what I saw, and a side most will never know about Sandip from his youth was that he liked to have fun — a joker that liked to pull pranks. He was intelligent,” Dhaliwal said.

“This goes to show all the youth thinking of living the underworld lifestyle that no matter how smart you are, you can't outsmart a bullet. You live by the gun, you die by the gun. I write about this type of lifestyle and try to paint the most realistic picture I can, but the grim reality is right in front of us where gangland murders are now a common occurrence. When an old-school guy like Sandip gets killed, there is no question that there will be retaliation. He knew a lot of people throughout the years."

A one-time ally of Abbotsford's Bacon brothers, Duhre later turned against the trio of siblings police believe he took under his wing when they began their criminal life.

Duhre and his two brothers, Balraj and Paul grew up in North Vancouver and were close to several Persian gang members as teens. He later moved to Surrey.

Both he and his older brother Balraj have been shot at before.

In recent months, the Duhre group, aligned with some members of the United Nations gang and Dhak group, have been locked in a deadly gang war with a loose alliance of the Red Scorpions, Independent Soldiers and some Hells Angels.

Sources say Duhre was meeting with two others in the Bar One restaurant at the posh hotel. When one man went to the washroom, the other man opened fire on Duhre, striking him several times in the face.

Ian Bannon, of Thunder Bay, Ont., is staying at the Sheraton Wall Centre all week as he attends a training program.

He said he was on his way outside to smoke when he saw heavily-armed police arrive at the hotel just before 9 p.m. Tuesday.

“I saw police coming in from all directions. They were armed. They were already in the process of locking doors,” he said.

“It was quite a shocking event. I am not used to that where I am from.”

While Bannon didn’t hear or see the shooting, he spoke briefly to a witness waiting to talk to police.

“He had heard the shots and saw the gentleman escape the building. That’s all he said for me,” Bannon said.

He said he was told the shooter went out the main Wall Centre door facing Burrard. And Bannon heard the victim was still in the restaurant, though he didn’t see the body.

“It took a little while to calm myself down,” he said.

An announcement was made for guests to return to their rooms, Bannon said.

“It is an unfortunate occurrence. These things happen. I am not used to it where I come from.”

Vancouver Police Const. Lindsey Houghton said earlier that the shooting took place about 8:45 p.m. Police have not released the name of the victim and were claiming last night it was too early to say the case was gang-related.

Duhre's brother Balraj was shot in a East Hasting Pho restaurant in August 2005, but survived. Sandip escaped injury when his car was sprayed with gunfire at a Surrey convenience store in May 2005, but his friend Dean Mohamed Elshamy was killed. And both Balraj and Sandip were shot at in July 2005 as they drove through East Vancouver. Their bulletproof car saved their lives.

In 1997, Duhre faced conspiracy to obstruct justice charges with his brothers, Johal, the Buttar brothers and several others. But the case later fell apart.

At the time of his death Tuesday, Duhre was on bail for flight from police and dangerous operation of a motor vehicle.

He had firearms convictions that landed him in jail in 2005. He was also a suspect in at least one murder at the time of his death.

Last summer, gangster Aleksandar Radjenovic was handed an 18-year sentence for conspiring to kill Duhre and two others. Court records said Radjenovic had been hired by the Red Scorpion gang.

Read more: http://www.vancouversun.com/news/Gangster+Sandip+Duhre+gunned+down+posh+downtown+Vancouver+restaurant/6014089/story.html#ixzz1js0brobi

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Mensaje por civilbatalion el 19/1/2012, 1:39 am

Salih es considerado como un contacto clave con la pandilla de las Naciones Unidas.

Y bueno con este dato se nos confirma que si que las bandas delictivas en Canadá están ingresando droga hacia Estados Unidos. Por el párrafo inicial la dorga que pasan a EUA es Cocaína.

Mmm lo curioso es que asesinan al contacto. y por otro lado asesinan a un líder de un grupo alineado al de las Naciones Unidas.

Creo abre esto un panorama de lo que EUA está enfrentando con el fortalecimiento de la ruta crimina utilizando la frontera Norte de EUA.


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UN gang’s key cartel contact gunned down in Mexico

Man who often returned to Surrey believed to have owed money after losing shipment of cocaine
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CULIACAN, Mexico -- A B.C. man executed in the Mexican state of Sinaloa this week was a high-ranking member of the United Nations gang who had direct contact with Mexican cartels, The Vancouver Sun has learned.

Salih Abdulaziz Sahbaz, 37, spent much of the last three years in Mexico and was the key cartel contact for the notorious B.C. gang, police sources confirmed.

But he also returned regularly to Surrey, where he had family ties.

Sahbaz was found early Monday at an intersection in Culiacán, the capital of cartel-plagued Sinaloa state. He had been shot in the head with a .45-calibre gun.

Sahbaz had taken over the Mexican end of the business after two other UN gang members, Ahmet (Lou) Kaawach and Elliott (Taco) Castenada, were gunned down in front of a taco stand in Guadalajara in July 2008.

He is believed to have owed money to at least one cartel after losing a shipment of cocaine and was working off his debt when he was slain.

Sahbaz had been active in the UN gang since at least 2004, when he and several other Iraqi refugees were brought into the fold by former leader Clay Roueche.

Sahbaz is in an infamous photo of UN members dressed in black taken at the March 2005 funeral of gangster Evan Appell, who died of an overdose.

Sahbaz had been charged twice with trafficking drugs in Vancouver. At one point, he was boss of the UN gang’s “Kurdish Crew” that controlled the Downtown Eastside drug trade.

But he also had a falling out with associate Barzan Tilli-Choli after a Vancouver home invasion directed by Tilli-Choli targeted a friend of Sahbaz’s.

They are believed to have later patched up their differences.

A police affidavit filed in court and earlier obtained by The Sun described a 2006 New Year’s Eve party in Vancouver attended by Sahbaz and other UN gang members.

When gang squad members checked out the event at the Plush nightclub on Pacific Boulevard, they “recognized many of the males in the private gathering or party as being members or associates of the UN gang,” the affidavit said.

Roueche was at the party with Sahbaz, who was kicked out of the club, according to the document.

Officers noticed that Sahbaz was wearing “a diamond-encrusted ring with traditional Chinese characters on it.”

He allowed the Vancouver police to photograph the ring.

The characters “translate into the English language as United Nations,” the affidavit said.

The UN gang was founded in the Fraser Valley by Roueche and others in 1997. It consisted of B.C.-born men and newer immigrants — mostly from Asia — and once boasted more than 100 members and another 100 associates.

But the UN has been decimated in recent years by murders, shootings and arrests of key members in both Canada and the U.S.

Sahbaz, Castenada and Kaawach all died in Mexico. Adam Kataoka was killed in Argentina in late 2009. Diane Meyer and Michael Gordon were gunned down in the Fraser Valley in 2008. Last November, Axel Curtis was shot to death in Vancouver.

Roueche was arrested in the U.S. in May 2008 and is now serving a 30-year sentence for smuggling cocaine and marijuana and laundering millions in drug profits.

At least a dozen of his B.C. mules and associates have also been convicted in the U.S.

Tilli-Choli and five others are awaiting trial in B.C. Supreme Court for murder and conspiracy to commit murder for allegedly plotting to kill the Bacon brothers and their Red Scorpion associates.

Several more UN members or associates are before the courts on drug trafficking, attempted murder and murder charges.

Two others — Conor D’Monte and Cory Vallee — were also charged with murder a year ago, but have not been located. There is an international warrant for their arrest.

Gang expert Doug Spencer said Tuesday he is not surprised to learn of Sahbaz’s demise.

“It is more than expected,” said Spencer, a former VPD detective now with Transit police. “I knew it was coming because he was living the life and when they are living the life, they all get it.”

Spencer incorporates new gang murders into the anti-gang presentations he does in Metro Vancouver schools.

“It is an important message to get out that for these guys, there is nowhere to hide,” Spencer said.
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Mensaje por Shirok el 19/1/2012, 11:17 am

valla pues que interesante se esta poniendo la cosa... cosas como estas hacen volar la imaginacion demasiado alto y siendo algo reiterado capaz y la imaginacion no dista mucho de la realidad.
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"Tenía iraquí nexos con los cárteles"


El iraquí nacionalizado canadiense asesinado el domingo en Culiacán era miembro de alto rango de la pandilla Naciones Unidas en Canadá

El iraquí nacionalizado canadiense asesinado el domingo en Culiacán era miembro de alto rango de la pandilla Naciones Unidas en Canadá que servía de contacto con los cárteles mexicanos, especialmente con el de Sinaloa, reveló el diario canadiense The Vancouver Sun. El rotativo señala que posee documentos que indican que Saleh Abdulaziz Sahbaz, pasó gran parte de los últimos tres años en Sinaloa y fue el contacto clave de la pandilla con ese grupo delictivo. Regularmente, indica, viajaba a la ciudad de Surrey, en Columbia Británica, con sus familiares.

De acuerdo con la información publicada, Sahbaz se había hecho cargo de la filial mexicana de la pandilla después de que otros dos miembros Ahmet (Lou) Kaawach y Elliott (Taco) Castañeda fueron asesinados frente a un puesto de tacos en Guadalajara, en julio de 2008.

Castañeda era el contacto de la pandilla con los cárteles del narcotráfico mexicanos, mientras que Kaawach era un libanés que hacía negocios con Naciones Unidas y grupos mexicanos.Abdulaziz Sahbaz, indica The Vancouver Sun, había sido acusado de tráfico de drogas dos veces, cuando era líder de la "tripulación Kurda" y controlaba el comercio de drogas en Dowtown Eastside, uno de los barrios más antiguos de Vancouver.

También tuvo un enfrentamiento con el iraquí emigrado, Barzan Tilli-Choli, uno de los primeros líderes de la pandilla con quien más tarde arregló sus diferencias.

De acuerdo con el diario, la pandilla Naciones Unidas fue fundada en el valle de Fraser por Clayton Rouche en 1997.


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