Canada Ex-gangster accused of lying at murder trial of Cory Vallee

06:47  25 april  2017
06:47  25 april  2017 Source:   Vancouver Sun

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An ex-United Nations gangster denied in B.C. Supreme Court Monday that he lied about a conversation in which he says accused killer Cory Vallee admitted a role in the murder of a rival.

The man, who can only be identified as D, told Justice Janie Dillon earlier Monday that Vallee nodded and smiled after D made a cryptic reference to the fatal shooting of Kevin LeClair on Feb. 6, 2009.

But defence lawyer Eric Gottardi suggested there is no way D would have broken the UN code to ask someone in the gang about a murder.

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“At the time of the LeClair killing, you weren’t close enough in relationship to Cory Vallee where he would tell you his real name and yet you purport to tell this court that he was close enough that he would somehow indicate to you his involvement in the murder. Is that your evidence?”

D replied: “Yes.”

Gottardi suggested the conversation with Vallee was fabricated.

“Despite the suit, you’ve come here and you’ve told a lie in this court. Do you agree?”

“I disagree,” D said.

Much of Gottardi’s cross-examination of D, which began Monday afternoon, cannot be reported due to a sweeping publication ban.

D testified earlier Monday that Vallee left town for a while after LeClair’s murder.

When he resurfaced, the two met for a meal during which D asked about what happened.

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 As Vallee sipped his soup, D said: “I just looked at him and I said `Everything went OK?’”

“And then he just kind of looked up at me and nodded and gave a smile, yep, and he just went back to eating his soup.”

D said the cryptic reference was “significant to me.”

“I was making a reference to the LeClair shooting,” he said.

D has already testified that Vallee was brought into the UN fold as a hitman to kill the Bacon brothers and their associates, including LeClair who was formerly with the UN.

Vallee is charged with the first-degree murder of LeClair, as well as conspiracy to kill the Bacons over several months in 2008 and 2009.

In the months before LeClair’s murder, D said he associated regularly with Vallee and another UN member named Jesse “Egon” Adkins. The two men showed D an AR-15 firearm they had been given for the Bacon hunt.

A short time before LeClair was killed, D was driving in Abbotsford with Vallee and Adkins when they saw Jamie Bacon and LeClair on an isolated Abbotsford road, he testified.

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D said he recognized Bacon and that Adkins said the other man was LeClair or “Traitor” as the UN called him.

“At the time I knew that he was an individual who had worked within the UN and then had jumped over to the Bacons and he was sought after as an associate of the Bacons,” D testified.

They discussed the possibility of running over the pair because they had no gun in the car. But D said he thought that would be stupid.

On the day LeClair was shot, D said he received an encrypted message on his BlackBerry from then UN leader Conor D’Monte, “asking me to go and act as eyes in that area.”

“I made up an excuse and said that I was busy and wouldn’t be able to do it,” D said.

“I really didn’t want to go.”

He later learned from the news that LeClair had been shot and immediately believed his own gang was behind the hit even though “no one was openly talking about it.”

“You didn’t do that,” D said. “You could tell just the atmosphere of the group had changed. It was seen as a big win.”

After the LeClair murder, Vallee seemed to have a higher status in the UN, D said.

“People were more accepting of listening to him and showing him respect.”

And before long, Vallee was presented with UN gold rings at a special ceremony at a Vancouver Chinese food restaurant, D said.

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