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Saturday, 30 October 2010

Seven gangsters arrested in busy Vancouver park

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Seven gangsters arrested in busy Vancouver park: "Uniformed Gang Task Force interrupted a meeting of seven well-known gangsters and associates -- some of whom had loaded assault rifles -- in a busy Vancouver park Wednesday afternoon.
The specialized anti-gang team came upon the group in Kensington Park, at 33rd Avenue and Knight Street, about 4:30 p.m. Wednesday.
Sgt. Bill Whalen of the Combined Forces Special Enforcement Unit (CFSEU) said the task force has stepped up its patrols across Metro Vancouver because of increased gang violence in recent weeks.
'During this arrest, two assault rifles and one handgun were seized,' Whalen said.
Two Vancouver 26-year-olds -- Pedram (Mike) Shirazi and Christopher Henry Iser -- are each facing seven gun charges, including unauthorized possession of a firearm and possession of a prohibited weapon"

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