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Wednesday, 2 May 2012

Ranjit Singh Cheema, a prominent Vancouver gangster, gunned down in drive-by


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Well-known Vancouver gangster Ranjit Singh Cheema has been confirmed as the victim of a targeted hit Wednesday morning at his parents’ home in East Vancouver. Neighbour Jimmy Sanghara said he heard six or seven shots just before 10 a.m. “There was blood everywhere. When I got there he was dead, slumped in the seat of the vehicle.”  gang hit leaves one dead, another in critical condition Sanghara, who didn’t know the victim, said it appeared Cheema was attempting to get out of the SUV when he was shot. Family and friends of Cheema began arriving at the home shortly after, and were talking to homicide investigators near the garage. Dozens of curious neighbours lined the street as police investigators began combing the area with metal detectors. Another neighbour, Manjit Bhangal, said the well-kept street is normally quiet. “This is obviously very shocking to everybody,” she said. She said she saw the victim’s parents going for daily walks around the area. She was not aware that their son was involved in gang activity. Cheema was released from a prison in California in January after serving five years for his role in a major drug-smuggling operation, just a week before Sandip “Dip” Singh Duhre was slain in a hail of bullets in January. Cheema was a one-time associate of gangster Bindy Johal, who was killed in December 1998. Cheema fought extradition to the U.S. for nearly 10 years after he was charged in 1998 with planning to bring 200 kilograms of heroin from Pakistan in a trade for 800 kg of cocaine with California-based Colombian drug traffickers — a deal that would have earned him between $12 and $14 million.


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