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Sunday, 24 October 2010

Manitoba Warriors, Rolling-pin beating of gang rival nets 4½ years | Winnipeg | News | Winnipeg Sun


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Rolling-pin beating of gang rival nets 4½ years | Winnipeg | News | Winnipeg Sun: "William Goosehead, 20, pleaded guilty to aggravated assault.
Court heard he was one of six accused who attacked the victim Jan. 10 following a confrontation at a Dufferin Avenue house party. The victim, a long-standing member of the Manitoba Warriors, fled the party with his girlfriend after Goosehead, a member of the Native Syndicate, hit him on the head with a wooden rolling pin.
Crown attorney Rustyn Ullrich said Goosehead and several other gang members and associates chased the victim and knocked him to the ground. Several of the attackers kicked and punched the victim, while Goosehead smashed his face over and over with the rolling pin.
Much of the attack was caught on security video from a nearby autobody shop.
The attackers had turned away from the unconscious man and were returning to the house when Goosehead “decides, in his words, that he is going to finish him off,” Ullrich said.
Goosehead beat the man several more times with the rolling pin before a female co-accused pulled him away.
Police arrested Goosehead and several other co-accused at the house later that night hiding in a crawlspace.
The victim suffered severe head and facial injuries and underwent extensive reconstructive surgery, Ullrich said"


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