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Wednesday, 2 May 2012

Vancouver gangster caught with loaded gun sentenced to 7.5 years


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A Vancouver gangster caught in Kensington Park in October 2010 with a loaded, semi-cocked Ruger handgun has been sentenced to more than seven years in jail. Vancouver Provincial Court Judge Harbans Dhillon handed Christopher Iser a five and a half year term last Friday after she found him guilty in March in connection with the Kensington Park incident. Iser also received a consecutive two-year jail term in March after pleading guilty to separate gun charges in Richmond Provincial Court. Supt. Tom McCluskie, of the Combined Forces Special Enforcement Unit's Gang Task Force, said the total seven and a half year term for Iser sends a message to other gangsters who are arming themselves in public venues. "Gang members carrying guns and engaging in violent encounters particularly in public areas are at the top of our priority list. It's just a matter of time before CFSEU-BC is knocking on your door," McCluskie said. "I'm very pleased with the recent sentencing of Christopher Iser. But make no mistake about it, we still have a lot of work to do." Judge Dhillon said in conviction Iser that there was compelling circumstantial evidence showing Iser had hidden the Ruger handgun under the announcer's booth of a baseball diamond because an undercover police vehicle approached him and several associates gathered in the park. CSFEU agents were watching Iser and the others Oct. 27, 2010 because of concern there would be retaliation following the gang-related slaying of their friend Gurmit Dhak 11 days earlier. Police set up surveillance at a Surrey memorial service for Dhak that morning and then covertly followed four mourners - Billy Tran, Jason McBride, Anton Ali-Moffat and Thanh Nguyen - to Kensington Park, where they met Iser, Mike Shirazi and Jodh Manj. Crown Michel Huot had argued during the trial that the meeting was to work out details of a contracted hit of another gangster suspected in the Dhak slaying. Iser's co-accused Mike Shirazi, who drove a Jeep to the meeting with a secret compartment containing guns, earlier pleaded guilty to possessing two AR assault rifles and got a five-year sentence.


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