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Friday, 2 April 2010

Gangland slaying of David Tajali, who had been involved in a feud between rival gangs of Iranian origin in B.C.


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Gangland slaying of David Tajali, who had been involved in a feud between rival gangs of Iranian origin in B.C.Several people called police around 2:37 a.m. as shots rang out on 4th Street around 18th Avenue S.W.Officers arrived to find an injured man in the driver's seat of a black BMW. He was taken to hospital, but died of his injuries, said duty inspector Keith Pollock.A woman who was also in the vehicle has been talking to police, he added.The BMW, with B.C. plates, had its driver's side window smashed and what looked like two bullet holes in the door.
Tajali had been living in Calgary over the last couple of years, sources told the Herald.But it is unclear whether his death is related to something that happened in B.C. or if it is a local entanglement.Police taped off several blocks to contain the crime scene - from 17th Avenue to 19th - and some of the alleyway as they pored over the area for clues.Pollock said they were speaking with a number of witnesses.While the BMW came to a stop just south of 17th Avenue, police were unsure where exactly the shooting happened, he added


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