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Tuesday, 22 June 2010

Gang member sentenced in Project Divide | Winnipeg | News | Winnipeg Sun


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Gang member sentenced in Project Divide | Winnipeg | News | Winnipeg Sun: "Raymond Bruce Brown, a former president of the Zig-Zag Crew street gang, pleaded guilty to one count of trafficking marijuana but not guilty to conspiracy to participate in a criminal organization and conspiracy to launder proceeds of crime.
Brown, 44, stood trial on the conspiracy charges. Justice Glenn Joyal heard no witnesses.
'The accused is accepting the facts as laid out by the Crown.. and is not calling any evidence,' defence lawyer Neil Kravetsky told Joyal. 'I have been instructed not to make any submissions to you. (Brown) understands the consequences of his actions.'
Joyal said the evidence against Brown was overwhelming, and found him guilty of conspiring to recruit new members to the Zig-Zag Crew and conspiring to launder drug money on behalf of the Hells Angels."


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