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Thursday, 25 August 2011

Notorious B.C. gangster Jonathan Bacon, 30, was quietly laid to rest earlier this week, according to police sources.


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Officers watched from the sidelines Monday to ensure the private funeral was peaceful. No larger memorial service is expected.

Bacon, a member of the violent Red Scorpions gang, was gunned down in the middle of the afternoon on Aug. 14 outside the Delta Grand Okanagan hotel and casino in Kelowna, B.C.

Two other gangsters, Hells Angel Larry Amero and Independent Soldier James Riach, were wounded in the brazen attack, along with two women — Lyndsey Black and Leah Hadden-Watts — all of whom were in a white Porsche Cayenne that was strafed in broad daylight in the popular tourist area.

Hadden-Watts was paralyzed as a result of the shooting. Riach fled the scene and hasn't been found.

Hadden-Watts, 21, is the niece of Michael James (Spike) Hadden, a full-patch member of the Hells Angels Haney chapter.

Police have not yet made any arrests in the assassination and fear reprisal killings will be carried out.

Bacon and his younger brother Jamie survived several earlier attempts on their lives.

The Red Scorpions have had a high-profile dispute over the last five years with the rival United Nations gang that has resulted in several shootings, including some fatalities.

In just 10 years, the Bacon brothers of suburban Abbotsford moved to the pinnacle of the violent B.C. gang scene that is underpinned by vast amounts of drug money.

Jarrod Bacon, 28, is scheduled in court next month on charges of conspiracy to traffic cocaine. Jamie, 26, is currently in jail for weapons and drug charges and is awaiting trial for first-degree murder and conspiracy to commit murder in the infamous Surrey Six slayings, one of the worst incidents of gangland violence in B.C.

Among the dead in the 2005 incident in a high-rise apartment were two people who were simply at the wrong place at the wrong time when a gang hit went down.


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