Canada REAL SCOOP: RCMP to pay $700,000 to ex-UN witnesses

15:37  17 may  2017
15:37  17 may  2017 Source:   Vancouver Sun

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Gang murder cases like the Surrey Six and the United Nations conspiracy are extremely challenging for police . We heard in the Surrey Six case that some of the former gangsters-turned- witnesses were paid money by the RCMP for their cooperation.

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Gang murder cases like the Surrey Six and the United Nations conspiracy are extremely challenging for police. We heard in the Surrey Six case that some of the former gangsters-turned-witnesses were paid money by the RCMP for their cooperation.

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The same thing has happened in the UN case with some details now out through testimony at the Cory Vallee murder trial.

“D,” who testified last month against Vallee, said he was paid $300,000. And now “C” – a one-time UN leader who admitted to involvement in several murder conspiracies –  has testified about two “agent agreements” he signed with the Mounties to be paid a total of $400,000 for 20 days work last August.

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To get $400,000 from police, an ex-United Nations gangster was only required to send encrypted messages to his former leader and arrange two meetings with a second criminal to try to get incriminating information.

Details of two police agent deals between the RCMP and the former gangster were revealed in B.C. Supreme Court Tuesday at the murder trial of Cory Vallee.

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The witness, who can only be identified as C due to a sweeping publication ban, signed the agreements, worth $200,000 each, in August 2016, after he had already committed to be a Crown witness in the Vallee trial.

Vallee is charged with conspiracy to kill the Bacon brothers over several months in 2008 and 2009, as well as first-degree murder in the fatal shooting of their associate Kevin LeClair in February 2009.

C told Justice Janice Dillon earlier that Vallee was involved in the Bacon hunt and admitted to C that he shot LeClair within a week of the murder.

Defence lawyer Mike Tammen questioned C about the financial arrangement he made with police to aid in two investigations over three weeks last summer.

Tammen noted that in the first deal, C’s only task was to send encrypted messages through his BlackBerry to UN leader Conor D’Monte so police could try to locate the fugitive, who is wanted for murder.

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“Right,” C replied.

C agreed with Tammen that D’Monte never would have admitted where he was in a message, but that the RCMP had some technological method of attempting to track his location.

“As far as you know the agency work vis-à-vis Conor D’Monte didn’t yield anything in terms of police locating him?” Tammen asked.

“Not as far as I know,” C replied.

In the second agent agreement for $200,000, C said he was involved in two police “scenarios” involving a man named Kelly Hurst.

C testified earlier that he asked Hurst in 2011 to attack some Metro Vancouver homes of people he later learned were linked to the Justice Institute.

At the time, he had been asked by D’Monte to target the houses with shootings and fire bombings on behalf of a friend of the fugitive’s, C said.

He said he split the payments for the attacks with Hurst.

The RCMP wanted more evidence against Hurst and created two scenarios for C to meet with Hurst to try to get admissions, C testified.

“And the nature of the exercise was to try to get him to admit something about his involvement in that?” Tammen asked.

C agreed that the goal was to get “evidence out of Kelly’s mouth.”

He also agreed that the work he did on the Hurst case for his second $200,000 payment has not resulted in any charges.

C has only been paid about half the $400,000 he expects to make for his assistance to the police.

He said that in addition to his evidence at the Vallee trial, he is expected to be called as a Crown witness at the 2018 trial of Troy Tran and Billy Ly, two other UN gangsters charged with conspiracy to kill the Bacons.

And he said he would also be testifying against D’Monte if he is ever found.

C isn’t the only Crown witness to have received money from the RCMP as part of its investigation into the notorious gang.

Witness D, another former UN member, testified earlier at the Vallee trial that he has been paid $300,000 for his cooperation in the case.

The trial continues.

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