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High-level gang disappears during parole in British Columbia

Shane Maloney had his full parole revoked on Sept. 12, according to a decision obtained by the Post Media on Thursday.

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Just two months after his gang members escaped from a Lower Mainland prison, Shane (Wheels) Maloney goes missing while on parole in Vancouver.

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Maloney, a 45-year-old wheelchair user, was accused of cocaine trafficking and explosives in Quebec in 2017 while working for a criminal organization that included convicted murderer Rabbi Al-Khalil and BC Hells Angel Larry Amero. He pleaded guilty to possession of a firearm.

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Maloney was the subject of a crime-stopper wanted poster issued earlier this week.

Shane Kenneth Maloney
Shane Kenneth Maloney

Maloney had his full parole revoked on Sept. 12, according to a decision obtained by the Post Media on Thursday.

Parole board member Asifa Danani said Maloney’s behavior worsened during his parole. I became more and more paranoid about being.

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Danani imposed a number of conditions on Maloney’s legal release, including a curfew, a ban on criminal association, and an obligation to disclose all his finances to parole officers.

“The board has determined that your criminal conduct is serious and includes violence, weapons, and involvement with a criminal organization. Supporters and strangers seem to be focused on whether they are working with the police to convict you.

His associate Alkhalil escaped from the state’s North Fraser Pretrial Center on July 21 during his second murder trial.

Alkhalil had already been convicted of first-degree murder in the 2012 Toronto murder of Johnny Raposo and had been sentenced to life in prison without the possibility of parole for 25 years.

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The details were withheld from the public until the end of Alkhalil’s murder trial for killing rival gangster Sandip Duhre in the lobby of Vancouver’s Sheraton Wall Center in January 2012. Despite his escape, a jury in Vancouver found Alkhalil in absentia on August 29 guilty of both murder and conspiracy in Duhre’s death.

Amero was found guilty of two murder conspiracies, one against Sukh Dhak, a gangster who was gunned down in November 2012, and another against Duhre.

Amero returned to court on Friday for a case management meeting. No date has been set for his sentencing.

Alkhalil was helped escape from Port Coquitlam prison by two men posing as contractors. Neither have been arrested. Also, the BC government has not updated the public about its investigation into the breakout.

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Coquitlam RCMP Cpl. Alexa Hodgins said on Thursday that there was no update on the Alkhalil investigation, but that it was likely in the coming weeks. When asked if she was considering a bounty, she replied, “Something like that.”

Maloney, Amero and Al-Khalil were jointly indicted along with dozens of others in a Quebec case in 2012. Three of his BC gangsters working for the Wolfpack Gang Coalition have been identified as key players in a massive drug-smuggling operation importing up to 75 kilograms of cocaine a week through their ties to cartels in Mexico and South America. it was done.

A few months after Maloney pleaded guilty in Montreal and was sentenced to 10 years in prison, Amero had drug charges reserved due to the long time it took for the case to reach trial.

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Details of Maloney’s involvement in the Quebec case can be found in his parole documents.

“During the investigation, the police searched the lockers associated with you and found numerous firearms, including prohibited weapons and prohibited devices. They were seen accessing and leaving with their bags. Numerous assets were seized, including about $1 million,” the ruling said.

“According to the files, you are associated with an organized crime group, which you deny. He pointed out that he has the knowledge and influence to

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High-level gang disappears during parole in British Columbia

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