alleged organize crime ring leader, Ricco King,
Fouani Equity Funds Ltd., and its owners Talal Fouani and Bella Fouani, and 12 other people have been hit with 80 drug related charges. Ricco King
has been hit with five charges. Fouani Equity Funds Ltd
has one charge, while the owners of the company have been hit with three charges each. The ones with the most charges
are William Whiteford who has 20 charges, Elias Ade who has 12 charges, followed by Abdul Akbar who has 8 charges. The youngest of them all,
25-year-old Tianna Bull, has only one charge to defend against.
The law hasn’t said exactly why the alleged ringleader, money man, and money woman have less charges than the “lesser” on the ladder. Although the law hasn’t said exactly why they charged the alleged drug dealers the way they did, it will be safe to assume that the police are using the charges as fire to their hides in order to get them to turn on the bigger fish.
All of the alleged drug dealing folks were hit with the slew of charges after a two year investigation, called
by Canada and the United States into all of the cocaine and methamphetamine that the alleged drug dealers were bringing in from Mexico and selling throughout the United States and Canada.
was done in Wyoming, California, Calgary, British Columbia, and Saskatchewan.
Alberta Law Enforcement Response Teams (ALERT),
Royal Canadian Mounted Police (RCMP) Federal Serious and Organize Crime, and the United States Drug Enforcement Administration led the investigation into the multi-million drug business coming in from the third country sharing the great North American continent with Canada and the U.S. of A.
Canadian and U.S. of A police agencies
grabbed 933kg of drugs which included large amounts of methamphetamine and a lil’ bit of cocaine.
928kg of methamphetamine and just 5kg of cocaine
The drugs were ready to go to be shipped off to Alberta when
in Wyoming, California, Calgary, British Columbia, and Saskatchewan went in and were like, “Put that dope down, get on the ground, and you better not make a sound.”
Along with the drugs, the
police also found 19 guns
which included rifles and submachine guns.
After getting the drugs and the guns,
went ahead and got the big houses, fancy cars, and cash from the alleged drug dealers.
the “candy” that the police logged into evidence
for the future trials includes, according to ALERT’s news release, “a $3.5 million home in Niagara-on-the-Lake, two Lamborghinis, a Porsche, classic cars, and $200,000 cash.”
All of those who have been charged are going to say they’re as innocent as a sweet lil’ baby lamb on Sunday. The problem with all of that is 933kg of drugs + 19 guns + multi-million-dollar lake houses + fancy cars + $200,000 in cash=guiltier than a butcher with a head in the oven.
Don’t get me wrong , now! Somebody in that group may be innocent. It’s just not looking that way; especially for the one fella, Talal Fouani.
According to the news coming from the CBC folks,
has been doing nothing but bad.
was charged for his alleged participation in some other organize crime business and he was out on bail when the police hit him with these recent charges.
There’s also the question of why, back in August, were
he and his wife
shot up while they were sitting in his Bentley outside their home.
Talal Fouani’s wife,
31-year-old Nakita Baron, was killed. Just to be clear, his late wife isn’t being accused of anything. Talal Fouani, however, is being accused of a lot of things. Among the “lot of things”
is being accused of is using his investment company, Fouani Equity Funds Ltd, to hide money for his professional criminal buddies.
Looking at all of that, there’s no doubt that the question the law most likely have is, “Is there a connection between Talal Fouani’s alleged organize crime dealings and the shooting up of his Bentley which led to his wife being killed?”
Surely, with all that is going on, the law will get an answer to that question.