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Saturday, 18 August 2012

it's only "a matter of time" before his group avenges the assassination of kingpin "Big" Chenier Dupuy.

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The 37-year-old head of the Mafia-linked Bo-Gars gang was shot and killed in a parked car in east-end Montreal last Friday. A friend of Dupuy's was gunned down hours later. A longtime Bo-gars member told QMI this week that there will be reprisals for the murders. Sources say Dupuy had violently rejected a drug-dealing partnership offer from a Hells Angels-linked street gang in the weeks before his murder. A police tactical squad raided suspected gang hideouts this week to try and prevent bloody reprisals. Police targeted a dozen locations in the city on Wednesday and Thursday, most of which were in Montreal North, the home base for the Bo-Gars. "I would be lying if I said there's no connection between these raids and (the killings)," police Cmdr. Ian Lafreniere told QMI Agency. Provincial police also took part in the raids, which Lafreniere says are aimed at "reassuring the public and being visible." He adds that police have stepped up patrols in strategic areas. Montreal police on Thursday arrested two 24-year-old men with Bo-Gars ties. Officers seized a Ruger-brand pistol and a .44 Magnum and the suspects face weapons charges. It's too early to say if the arrests are linked to a plot to avenge Dupuy's death. Bullets have been flying for three years as enemies of the once-powerful Rizzuto crime family knock off top leaders, as well as associates such as the Bo-Gars. Rizzuto family patriarch Nick Rizzuto, Sr. was killed in his north-end Montreal home in 2010, about a year after his grandson, Nick Jr., was gunned down across town. Family boss Vito Rizzuto, son of Nick Sr. and father of Nick Jr., is scheduled to be released from a U.S. prison in October after serving several years for his part in a 1981 mob massacre in Brooklyn, N.Y.
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