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Sunday, 2 January 2011

Multiple double-murders, Mafia killings kept Montreal police busy in 2010

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Multiple double-murders, Mafia killings kept Montreal police busy in 2010: "Montreal homicide figures jumped in 2010 but police insist the numbers are in line with annual averages for a city of its size.
Police reported 37 homicides in the city this year as of Thursday, compared with 31 last year.
In Toronto, a police spokesman said there have been 60 homicides in Canada’s largest city as of Thursday, just short of the 62 that were reported in 2009.
Cmdr. Clement Rose of the Montreal police major-crimes division said recent years were relatively quiet because of calm among organized crime groups and street gangs.
But with turmoil in Montreal’s criminal underworld in 2010 — including a Mafia that was completely destabilized — the numbers were bound to spike.
There were five double-slayings in 2010, compared with the usual two, Rose said.
A daytime double-slaying in the city’s financial district last March also left two people injured — including an innocent man in the wrong place at the wrong time — and a street gang boss running for his life.
“That was a pretty spectacular crime by Montreal standards, a little like the Wild West,” said Rose, who has nearly 28 years experience on the force, including the last three in charge of the homicide squad."

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