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Tuesday, 31 March 2009

Bacon brothers gangster files complaint against police

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Abbotsford police will continue its close surveillance on two notorious gangster brothers despite the fact one has now filed a formal complaint against their treatment by law enforcement.Const. Casey Vinet, the department’s media officer, confirmed that a complaint has been filed by Jamie Bacon, who with brothers Jarrod and Jonathan has been the subject of public warnings by police because they have been targeted for death by rivals.After Jamie, 23, was shot at in a busy Abbotsford intersection at rush hour Jan. 20, police have stepped up surveillance on him and Jarrod, 26, sitting outside the family home and following them during the day.
The two are facing more than two dozen gun and drug charges laid May 31, 2008 and are out on $175,000 bail, and conditions that they maintain a curfew and reside at their parent’s Strathcona Court home.The complaint says police have violated their rights on a number of occasions since the extraordinary surveillance began.Police have set up video cameras at two locations near their home so that cars coming and going can be observed.Vinet said the department is aware of the complaint, which is being reviewed by the Vancouver police department.In the meantime, “We have no intentions at this time to change anything we are doing. “There is a continued threat and we are taking the steps we feel are necessary to keep our community safe.”Lawyer Don Morrison, hired by Jamie Bacon to lay the complaint, said he was concerned details of Bacon’s complaint have been leaked to media by police, another breach of professional standards regulations.

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