Canada Bacon murder trial: Vehicle of bloodthirsty gangsters was being tracked by police

15:37  12 october  2017
15:37  12 october  2017 Source:   Vancouver Sun

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As they stalked intended murder victim Larry Amero, two men had no idea their Jeep Cherokee had been equipped with a police tracking device. 

The tracker had been installed during an earlier, unrelated police investigation. But early on the morning of Aug. 14, 2011, it provided a detailed electronic trail as the men drove around downtown Kelowna trying to find Amero, a Hells Angel. 

A four-hour record of their Jeep’s movements was detailed Wednesday in B.C. Supreme Court in Kelowna, showing the vehicle being driven between the Delta Grand hotel, private residences, the Hells Angels clubhouse on Ellis Street and the Sapphire nightclub on Leon Avenue. 

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The Crown says the men, who cannot be identified because of a publication ban, were among a group looking for Amero on the orders of the late Sukh Dhak. Dhak was feuding with other Lower Mainland gangsters, who he believed were responsible for the killing of his brother Gurmit in 2010. 

Information collected by the tracking device matches earlier testimony given by Crown witnesses. 

Jonathan Bacon, another Lower Mainland gangster, was killed in the attack by three men on the occupants of a Porsche Cayene outside the Delta Grand on the afternoon of Aug. 14, 2011. Amero was wounded, as were two women. 

Jujhar Khun-Khun, Jason McBride and Michael Jones are on trial for the first-degree murder of Bacon and the attempted murder of Amero and the two women. 

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Also Wednesday, court heard a telephone call placed by McBride from a correctional facility to his girlfriend. 

At one point in the conversation, McBride told his girlfriend he had been talking and laughing with Khun-Khun, discussing the way the cops “did their tactics.” 

Other parts of the long conversation are mundane, with McBride expressing concern the guards are stealing his newspaper, which he likes for its Suduko, because it’s not properly addressed to him. 

McBride also asks for books by author Wilbur Smith to be sent to him, and says he wishes he could play Scrabble in jail. 

“Why would you want to play Scrabble? You can’t spell,” his girlfriend teases him. 

“Yeah, that’s kind of true,” McBride says. 

The trial continues. 

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