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Monday, 4 October 2010

Teens ordered to execute gangster: informant - Winnipeg Free Press

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Teens ordered to execute gangster: informant - Winnipeg Free Press: "two teens were under strict orders to kill a rival drug dealer -- then talked openly about completing their 'mission' following the broad daylight slaying.
The man, whose name isn't being published by the Free Press to protect his identity, testified Monday as the key witness in a first-degree murder case against two former fellow gangsters.
'We were just exchanging war stories. They said the guy (victim) was cutting in on crack sales in the neighbourhood. (One of the accused) said they had done a mission on Magnus, that they had killed somebody,' the man told jurors.
Thomas Roy Phillips, 38, was shot twice in the head and once in the chest from point-blank range as he sat in the driver's seat of his Jeep Grand Cherokee on March 26, 2007. His two alleged killers, who were 15 at the time, have pleaded not guilty to the most serious charge in the Criminal Code. They have been identified in court as members of the Indian Posse street gang.
The Crown alleges the slaying was a premeditated act. The witness told court Monday that Phillips was associated to the Manitoba Warriors gang and that a senior member of the Indian Posse ordered his killing."

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