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Wednesday, 14 April 2010

Red Scorpions got into a war with the rival United Nations gang

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Anton Hooites-Meursing turned up in a New Westminster courtroom yesterday and pleaded guilty to first-degree murder for the strangling death of drug dealer Randy MacLeod, 22, in suburban Surrey in 2001.He also admitted being part of the hit team in the retaliatory killing of 19-year-old Gurpreet (Bobby) Singh Rehal of Abbotsford in 2003.However, the Crown stayed another first-degree murder charge and Hooites-Meursing won’t face charges for admitting he fatally stabbed a man outside a nightclub.The admitted gangster, 39, turned himself in to police and gave investigators information that led to the charges and guilty pleas, said Cpl. Dale Carr of the Integrated Homicide Investigation Team.“Hooites-Meursing made the decision that he wanted out of the gangster lifestyle,” Carr said in a news release. “He was prepared to be held accountable for his past actions.”
Last year, the Red Scorpions got into a war with the rival United Nations gang over control of the drug trade that triggered dozens of shootings.

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