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Thursday, 9 December 2010

Gun trafficking charges laid against two men with gang connections

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Gun trafficking charges laid against two men with gang connections: "Two suspected Metro Vancouver gun traffickers are facing 18 charges after a lengthy investigation by the Combined Forces Special Enforcement Unit.
Court records show that Christopher Henry Iser, 26, and Robert Joshua Achadinha, 27, were charged Nov. 22 with manufacturing and transferring firearms, illegally possessing firearms and ammunition, occupying a vehicle containing firearms and possessing counterfeit money.
The indictment says the offences range from Jan. 23 to May 14, 2010 and are alleged to have taken place in both Richmond and Surrey.
Both men are well-known to police across the Lower Mainland and have various gang connections.
Iser was arrested on another series of gun charges Oct. 27 after allegedly meeting with others in Vancouver's Kensington Park with loaded assault rifles in the middle of the afternoon.
His co-accused in that case, gangster Pedram (Mike) Shirazi was recently the victim of an attack at North Fraser Pre-trial in which another prisoner threw boiling butter in his face."

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