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Tuesday, 23 March 2010

Montreal Gangland Scene

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Montreal gangs:
1. 18th Street (St-Leonard)
2. Bandidos
3. Bloods – known as Bo-Gars in Montreal, reported to have a membership of about 200, as of 2000, of mostly Haitian origin. The Bo-Gars reportedly began in Montreal North in the mid-1980s. The gang has since spread to Laval and Longeuil, and has been connected to a host of violent and serious crime, as well as telemarketing fraud.
4. Crips – known as C.D.P’s (Crackdown Posse) in Montreal, reported with a membership of about 200 in 2000, of mostly Haitian origin. The CDP began in the early 1990s in the St. Michel district. The turf war between CDP and the Bo-Gars has recently spread to Laval.
5. Downtown Posse – A Montreal Crip gang in Cote-des-Neige, mostly of Jamaican origin. Rivals of the Uptown Posses.
6. Hells Angels
7. Money Over Bitches (M.O.B ) – Bloods gang
8. Montreal Italian Mafia
9. Montreal West End Gang AKA the “Irish Mob” AKA the “Westies” – according to user sources, a group of older men who control the port of Montreal, and according to the Vancouver Sun, a “group of anglophone criminals” running guns and drugs (4 October 2001). The term “Westies” may have originated from the custom of referring to South Boston’s Irish-Americans as “Southies.” Montreal was the reported place of refuge for Stephen “The Rifleman” Flemmi, an informer in the Boston Irish Mob during the 1970s. Former Boston Irish Mob kingpin Whitey Bulger built a strong underground network with the West End Gang since Bulger went into hiding. The West End Gang (Irish Mob) have been reported to work closely with the Hells Angels, including fixing prices on cocaine for trafficking and distribution.
10. MSBK – a Blood set in St. Hubert, off the Island of Montreal
11. National League (Bonehead group known in late 1980s)
12. N.D.G bloods
13. Piru Park Boyz – a blood/piru gang with affiliation to piru’s in Compton, located in Greenfield Park, from St.constant to Longuiel. 100 to 150 members.
14. Rock Machine – since absorbed by the Bandidos
15. Ruff Ryders, in the West Island. Ruff Ryders began in West Island high schools and graduated to higher level criminal activities such as extortion and weapons trafficking. They developed alliances with the Rockers up until 2001.
16. Surenos (Sur 13)
17. Syndicate – according to user sources, a powerful street gang that works for the Hell’s Angels
18. T.L.R – Toronto Lankan Recruitement
19. Uptown Posse – A Montreal Blood gang in Cote-des-Neige. Mostly of Jamaican origin.
20. White Boy Wrecking Crew

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