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Saturday, 23 October 2010

Winnipeg street gangster has been sentenced to four years in prison for his part in abducting and beating a fellow gang member’s mother.


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Winnipeg street gangster has been sentenced to four years in prison for his part in abducting and beating a fellow gang member’s mother.

Michael Brandon Williams, 29, previously pleaded guilty to kidnapping and aggravated assault.

“This was a completely senseless and horrific attack on a woman who ... was targeted because of something her son was involved in,” Crown attorney Carla Dewar told court Thursday.

Williams and two other members of the Mad Cowz street gang attacked the woman, a South African immigrant, in February 2007, telling her she owed them $10,000 for “protecting” her son while he was in jail.

The 43-year-old woman had been looking for her missing son when she came across co-accused Corey Amyotte, who claimed to have seen him.

Amyotte lured her to a West End house where he, Williams and another accused beat her with a pipe, a dumbbell, and the butt of a gun.

The men shoved the woman into a car and drove her to the restaurant where she worked. The woman convinced her attackers to stay in the car while she went inside to get them some money. The woman ran straight through the restaurant, flagged down a passing motorist and escaped.

“She had moved to Canada to get away from violence,” Dewar said. “She had come to what she thought was a safe country and now doesn’t believe any place will be safe for her.”

The woman’s son remains in custody on drug charges.

Justice Jeffrey Oliphant gave Williams double credit of 34 months for time served, reducing his remaining sentence to 14 months.


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