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Saturday, 25 September 2010

FOB Killers 'Most violent' gang member Michael Oduneye to be released from prison

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'Most violent' gang member Michael Oduneye to be released from prison: "Michael Oduneye's crimes prompted one city police officer to describe him as the most violent offender he'd ever dealt with.
Two shootings connected to Calgary's gang war earned Oduneye federal jail time in 2004, but he'll be let out sometime this week when he reaches the mandatory release date in his sentence.
Oduneye, 27, was a member of the FOB Killers and the triggerman responsible for the infamous drive-by shooting in the parking lot of Southcentre on Dec. 23, 2002.
Oduneye fired at least four times at FOB gang member Jason Youn, striking him twice and seriously wounding him.
The two other shots flew into the Indigo bookstore, lodging in shelves.
'Innocent people could have been hurt; particularly given this was two days prior to Christmas and the store was full of shoppers,' the National Parole Board wrote in a review dated Sept. 15.
Oduneye's release is mandated by legislation that entitles most offenders to serve the final one-third of their sentence in the community, under supervision."

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