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Thursday, 9 April 2009

Cody Haevischer, a member of the Red Scorpions gang, was charged Saturday in B.C.'s worst gang slaying

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Cody Haevischer, a member of the Red Scorpions gang, was charged Saturday in B.C.'s worst gang slaying.Haevischer appeared in court for two minutes Monday amid tight security, as prosecutor Wendy Dawson told provincial court Judge Harvey Field the Crown intends to proceed by direct indictment, meaning the murder case will bypass a preliminary hearing and go straight to B.C. Supreme Court.
Nanaimo RCMP say Haevischer is known to regularly visit the city to see family or party but prior to his arrest, according to Cpl. Dale Carr of the Integrated Homicide Investigative Team, Haevischer did not live in Nanaimo.Police have monitored his whereabouts when he is in the city.He charged with executing Ryan Bartolomeo, Eddie Narong and Corey and Michael Lal -- along with Chris Mohan and Ed Schellenberg, who happened to be in the apartment building the night of the murders.Jamie Bacon, 23, and Matt Johnston, 24, are also charged with murder in the so-called 'Surrey Six' slaughter.
Haevischer is not allowed to contact either of his co-accused, Dawson told the court.Bacon and Johnston are scheduled to appear in court Tuesday under equally tight security.On Friday, Dennis Karbovanec, who also has ties to the Red Scorpion gang, pleaded guilty to three counts of second-degree murder in the case.Karbovanec, 27, will appear in court to be sentenced Thursday after his surprise plea.

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