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Todd Gouwenberg Langley Sportsplex shooting victim United Nations gang member;
Todd Gouwenberg is
the Langley Sportsplex shooting victim who
has nearly 20 years
of gang involvement
Crime Scene of Harb Dhaliwal's shooting in Coal Harbour;
Francois Gauthier has been charged with first degree murder
in the death of Brothers Keepers gangster Harb Dhaliwal
United Nations gang member shooting Langley Sportsplex;
United Nations gang member killed less
than a week after
killing of rival
Brothers Keepers
gangster Harb
Dhaliwal in
Coal Harbour

Harb Dhaliwal Brothers Keepers Gangster;

Harb Dhaliwal (front , second from the right, head up, wearing dark shades)

Harb Dhaliwal’s gangster lifestyle will
make it difficult for the Vancouver
Police to ID a suspect in his killing
in Vancouver’s Coal Harbour
by Nathan'ette Burdine: April 21, 2021

Harb Dhaliwal’s gangster lifestyle will make it difficult for the Vancouver Police to ID a suspect in his killing in Vancouver’s Coal Harbour.

Related-Brothers Keepers gangster Harb Dhaliwal shot dead in Vancouver's Coal Harbour

Like all gangsters, Harb Dhaliwal had a long lists of enemies who wanted him horizontal in the ground. Those enemies include such gents and gals like the Cahil gang, the Red Scorpions, the Hells Angels, the Wolfpack , the Kang and Latimer gang, and the United Nations who, mind you, aren’t members of the UN.

All of those “daises” are hardcore criminals who make their living by making their enemies part of the non-living. Competition, is not their shtick. Any and everyone has to go if they threaten a gangster’s drug business, liquor business, XXX business, or any other business he and his have dipped their little gangster fingers into.

Harb Dhaliwal and his Brothers Keepers gang messed up when they decided, back in 2017, that it was time for them to expand their criminal empire throughout Canada. During their expansion, the Brothers Keepers gang managed to gain entrance into the drug trade in British Columbia, Alberta, and Ontario.

The Brothers Keepers gang has 12 main members, which included Harb Dhaliwal and his two brothers (Barinder “Shrek” Dhaliwal and Meninder), who have their own little click that spans out to include 194 people. And what that means is there are approximately 16 people connected to each main member in the Brothers Keepers gang. And there are approximately 16 people connected to each member in the Brothers Keepers gang because you can’t have 16.17 person.

Math, it’s so fun because it tells you everything you need to know about gangs. For instance, take the fact that the Brothers Keepers gang has spread their little gang wings out to 21 jurisdictions in British Columbia.

Being in all those different areas, within BC’s borders, has helped the Brothers Keepers gang to network with over 920 people who’ve helped them to get access to over 30 kilograms (66 pounds) of their prime products fentanyl, meth, heroin, and cocaine.

The expansion and access to really good drugs has placed the Brothers Keepers gang in direct conflict with their competitors who don’t take too kindly to competition. These gangster gents and gals don’t use legal means in order to cut out their competition. These gangster gents and gals just cut out the competition, literally. Therefore, it’s not surprising that before he was gun down under a moonlit sky in Vancouver’s Coal Harbour, Harb Dhaliwal nearly escape two attempts on his life.

The first attempt on Harb Dhaliwal’s life occurred in 2017 during the beginning of the rise of the Brothers Keepers gang , and the second attempt occurred in 2018 when the Brothers Keepers really begin to boom and they became the “talk of the gangs.”

When all of that attempted killing didn’t work, the rival gang or gangs turn their attention, in 2019, towards Harb Dhaliwal’s younger brother, Meninder. Luckily for Meninder, he’s still living.

Just so y’all know, back in 2011, Harb Dhaliwal and his older brother, Barinder “Shrek” Dhaliwal, were in a house over in Abbotsford that got shot up. The 2011 shooting isn’t being counted as a first attempt on Harb Dhaliwal’s life or Barinder “Shrek” Dhaliwal’s life because the police haven’t found out who was the intended target.

Mind you, now, the police don’t know who actually killed Harb Dhaliwal or who tried to kill him and his brother because that whole “snitches get stitches and put in ditches” thing is very much true. It’s the gangster law. Due to the fact that nobody wants to be in violation of the gangster’s law, folks tend to zip their lips.

The thing about all of that lip zipping, though, is if folks exercise their right to remain silent then they may very well find themselves lying horizontally in a “ditch” just like Harb Dhaliwal and those who’ve come before him are doing. 


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