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Sunday, 25 April 2010

B.C. gangster turns 'rat' in search for redemption

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B.C. gangster turns 'rat' in search for redemption: "Surrey Six killings saw four known drug dealers and two bystanders shot to death in a highrise building in suburban Vancouver on Oct. 19, 2007.
The latest indictment in the prosecution names Hooites-Meursing as a conspirator in the murder of one of the six victims, along with alleged co-conspirators Dennis Karbovanec, Jamie Bacon, Cody Haevischer, Matt Johnson and Mike Le.
Can a man who admits a role in killing five and terrorizing scores more people in 20 years as a hardcore gangster truly show remorse? Can he find redemption?
Anton sent dozens of e-mails over the past 10 months to this reporter, offering glimpses into his dangerous world and the motivations behind his decision to turn on his crime family.
These messages, which he agreed could be published, trace his story from a troubled childhood, to L.A. gang-life and finally to drug trafficking, torture and murder. Then to the life-changing walk on a Brazilian beach that led to a guilty plea for two counts of first-degree murder earlier this month in a high-security B.C. courtroom. He will be in prison at least until 2035, when he is 64 years old.
Anton Brad Kornelius Hooites-Meursing was born in March 29, 1971, in Calgary, the second of three sons. His parents moved the kids around a lot — first to Australia, where his mother was from, and later to L.A., where his dad had a successful construction businesses."

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