The question the Combined Forces Special Enforcement Unit in British Columbia (CFSEU-BC) must answer is whether the death of United Nations gangster Karman Grewal
is related to the death of Brothers Keepers gangster Harb Dhaliwal.
It is a question the police must answer, not just because the two gangs are rivals, but due to the two recent high profile deaths that occurred before Karman Grewal’s death; as well as a high profile member of the Brothers Keepers gang
member suggesting in an Instagram post
that United Nations gangster Karman Grewal’s death is related to the death of Brother Keepers
gangster Harb Dhaliwal.
Less than a month apart, United Nations gangsters Karman Grewal and Todd Gouwenberg and Brothers Keepers gangster Harb Dhaliwal were gun down in public places. Karman Grewal was killed around 3 PM, on Mother’s Day, while he was on his way to a terminal in the Vancouver International Airport.
A little after 8:30PM on April 17, 2021, Harb Dhaliwal was shot to death outside of Cardero Restaurant in Vancouver Coal Harbor. Four days later, Todd Gowuwenberg was gun down in broad daylight outside the Langley Sportsplex. And then on May 9, 2021, Mother’s Day, around 3 PM, Karman Grewal was shot and killed while he was on his way to a terminal in the Vancouver International Airport.
All three men died on the scene. The man or men who killed Todd Gouwenberg and Karman Grewal are still on the loose. Three weeks after Harb Dhaliwal’s murder, 51-year-old Francois Joseph Gauthier was arrested and charged with first-degree murder in the death of Harb Dhaliwal.
Francois Joseph Gauthier’s arrest, however, isn’t doing much to curb the Brothers Keepers gang’s belief that the United Nations gang are responsible for Harb Dhaliwal’s death.
And it is that belief, along with the shooters brazen act of killing Karman Grewal in a public place, which has the police on edge because it is an indication that the gangs have thrown caution to the wind and they are willing to go to any lengths to get revenge and to wipe out their competition.
“This generation of gangsters is taking things to another level. They will stop at nothing to target rivals, even if it’s an international airport in broad daylight on Mother’s Day and putting everyone at risk, including shooting at a police officer,” is what Richmond Royal Canadian Mounted Police (RCMP) Chief Superintendent Will Ng
said to the Vancouver Sun folks.
Now, somebody will look at that and say, “Hm, two United Nations gangsters were shot less than a month apart and right after a Brothers Keepers gangster was shot.” In other words, it looks like what the Brothers Keepers high ranking member thinks it is.
Mind you, now, if the Brothers Keepers are thinking that Harb Dhaliwal was targeted then the United Nations gang folks are thinking the same thing about their gang member folks.
Come to think of it, one of the police officers investigating the killing of United Nations gangster Todd Gouwenberg said it’s looking like what it’s looking like. “We believe this is a targeted shooting,” is what the Vancouver Sun folks quoted Sgt. Frank Jang
as saying about the shooting death of Todd Gouwenberg.
Having said all of that, the police are the law and the law must follow the law. The one thing the law won’t allow the law to do is say, “Correlation equals causation. Therefore, we’re going to arrest everybody who’s correlating with the cause of this problem.”
The law works on facts and the facts the law has to work on is that the United Nations gang and the Brothers Keepers gangs have other rival gangs, like the Red Scorpions gang and the Chahil gang, who could’ve pulled the trigger.
So yeah, it will be a while before the law figures out who’s doing all of that killing.