A full-patched Hells Angels Nomad chapter member from Ottawa has pleaded guilty to a charge arising from a massive three-community drug trafficking investigation that culminated with numerous arrests a year ago. Joshua Khosrowkhani, 33, who was facing five charges arising from his arrest Aug. 1, 2019, and was in custody at the Sudbury Jail, pleaded guilty Wednesday to cocaine possession for the purpose of trafficking. A sentencing date will be set next Wednesday.
"The court heard that in the summer of 2018, Niagara Regional Police, Greater Sudbury Police and the Ontario Provincial Police started a joint investigation into a cocaine trafficking ring that operated across Ontario, including Greater Sudbury. Dubbed Project Skylark, the investigation included the wiretapping of communications in April and June of 2019. Officers were investigating a network of drug trafficking in Nova Scotia and Ontario, concentrating on the Red Devils motorcycle club and the Hells Angels Nomads chapter. Khosrowkhani, a full-patch member of the Nomads chapter, was identified as one of three targets by police."
"In early August of 2019, police announced at a news conference in Niagara Falls that Project Skylark investigated members and associates of the Hells Angels Nomads, Red Devils Motorcycle Club and the Hooligans Motorcycle Club associated with the trafficking of cocaine, methamphetamine, and fentanyl in the Niagara Region, Sudbury and Ottawa."
So why do the Hells Angles in BC get police protection? Please advise.
Canada - GO/DW.