Surrey Six



Sun: Surrey Six

Charges stayed

VANCOUVER - The BC Supreme Court on Friday threw out charges against Jamie Bacon, the man accused of being the mastermind behind the Surrey Six murders.  In the opaque, 5-page ruling, Justice Kathleen Ker said the evidence and materials filed and the reasons for entering the stay of proceedings must remain sealed.  (Vancouver Sun)

Too much of a secret

Crown files appeal

Case must not repeat  

2017 BCSC 2207

2017 BCSC 2208


Ruling harms trust in justice system

Still going

Another publication ban

Crown deals

Surveillance book

Misconduct trial delayed


Guilty plea

Mountie resigns

RCMP charged

25 years 

VANCOUVER - Convicted murderers Cody Haevischer and Matthew Johnston face a mandatory life sentence with no chance of parole for 25 years on those charges.  (CBC)

Found guilty


Surrey Six verdict


2 convictions    

Ex-girlfriend heard

Closing arguments

Trial wrapping up  

Former leader testifies

'They saw our faces'

3 years left

Plea to conspiracy

Guilty plea    


Surveillance team lost Bacon

Capture on police surveillance  

Hells Angels control 

Police search team

VANCOUVER - A black pistol and two boxes of ammunition were found in a man's closet inside accused killer Cody Haevischer's apartment just 3 days after the Surrey Six murders.  RCMP Cpl. Thana Hodge testified Friday about being part of a search team on Oct. 22, 2007 that entered suite 1601 at the Stanley apartment at 10082 148 St.  (Vancouver Sun)

Trial highlights collateral damage

Innocents and not-so-innocent

Lai took over drug line day before shooting

Suite previously housed grow-op

Heads covered

Former apartment manager testify

Men of 'questionable behaviour'

Surrey Six trial highlights collateral damage

Killed to eliminate witnesses

VANCOUVER - The execution of 6 people, including 2 innocent bystanders, in Surrey, BC, began as a hit on one rival in the province's violent drug trade, but 5 more were added to the bloodshed to ensure there were no witnesses, the Crown alleged Monday at the start of a sensational gang trial.  For the first time, prosecutors outlined what they allege happened in a 15th-floor condo on the afternoon of Oct. 19, 2007.  (CTV)

Not guilty pleas

Rivalry, disrespect touched off killings

Police add charges

Lower Mainland Murders 2007

6 found dead in Surrey condo


Chris Mohan, 22,  had recently moved next door to the apartment targeted in the attack.


Edward Schellenberg, 55, had been called out to the apartment building to deal with a possible gas leak on the top floor of the building.  

At approximately 16:31pm Oct 19, 2007 Surrey RCMP were called by the Surrey Fire Department to what was originally thought to the scene of a gas leak at an apartment building in the 9800-block of East Whalley Ring Road.  HAZMAT members entered the condo building, and discovered 6 deceased persons inside one of the units. File #IHIT 2007-LMD-37035

Independent Soldiers killed:

Edward Sousakhone (Eddie) Narong, 22

Corey Jason Michael Lal, 21

Michael Justin Lal, 26

Ryan Bartolomeo, 19  

Red Scorpions on trial:

Matthew James Johnston

Cody Rae Haevischer

United Nations gang

Jamie Kyle Bacon

Sophon Sek

will be tried separately at a later date


15 years for Dennis Karbovanec

A man who entered a guilty plea in connection with the slaying of 6 men in a Surrey, BC, high-rise apartment has been handed a life sentence.  The decision comes just days after Karbovanec pleaded guilty to 3 counts of second-degree murder and 1 count of conspiracy in the October 2007 murders.   (CTV)

Gangsters out


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