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Thursday, 24 February 2011

Gangster Clay Roueche files suit against APD/B.C. gov't

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Gangster Clay Roueche files suit against APD/B.C. gov't: "United Nations gang founder Clay Roueche filed a suit against the B.C. government and two police agencies Friday for violating his Charter rights by helping U.S. law enforcement capture him.

Roueche said Canadian policing agencies never should have turned over evidence they had against him in B.C. - including wiretaps - to U.S. prosecutors working on his drug smuggling case.

The lawsuit was filed just three days after Roueche's tearful apology in a Seattle courtroom for his role in a massive international drug ring that transported thousands of pounds of marijuana and hundreds of kilos of cocaine.

Roueche told U.S. District Court Judge Robert Lasnik he was taking responsibility for the suffering he had caused working in the drug trade for years."

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