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The Mystery Behind the Plane Crash in Canada: Two Suspected Murdered

The Mystery Behind the Plane Crash in Canada: Two Suspected Murdered

Gene Karl Lahrkamp and Matthew Leandre Ovide Dupre are accused of murder in Thailand and fleeing to Canada. First died on the plane in the crash

A plane crashes into a rough interior Canada Sparked a federal investigation into whether the small plane may have crashed during seemingly calm weather.

But those expressions The fact that two of the passengers escaped murder and conspiracy charges and were involved in organized crime deepened the mystery surrounding the wrecked plane.

Over the weekend, rescue teams sent a search plane and two helicopters to patrol the jungles of northwestern Ontario, one of which did not reach its destination.

On Saturday, the wreckage of a small four-seater Piper PA-28 Cherokee was discovered near the Sioux City lookout, led by the plane’s emergency locator Beacon. Neither the pilot Abhinav Honda nor the three passengers survived the crash.

One of those on the plane Jean Laharcombe, One of the most wanted men in the country with a reward of $ 100,000 Canadian (US $ 78,000) per head, According to the Special Division of the Allied Forces of British Columbia.

Thai police footage showing Jimmy Sandhu preceded in murder
Thai police footage showing Jimmy Sandhu preceded in murder

Laharkomb, a former soldier Jimmy Alley is the prime suspect in the murder of a gang member who was shot dead while staying at a villa in Phuket, Thailand, in February.

Alley was born in India, but grew up in the Canadian city of Abbotsford, British Columbia, where he joined the United Nations gang. He was deported to India in 2016 for “serious crime” by Canadian authorities and arrested two years later for his role in the ketamine production operation.

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Thai police say Lahorecomb and co-conspirator Matthew Dubre went to Thailand to kill another ex-serviceman, Chandu.

Thai police say they were wearing hoodies and masks for the attack They fled to Canada two days after the shooting.

Alley’s death marks the second shooting abroad by a Canadian gang member. In January, Two Toronto men associated with Hell’s Angels have been killed near the resort town of Playa del Carmen in Mexico.

Dubrey was arrested by Canadian police in late February and is awaiting deportation. The Interpol Red Notice for Laharcom warned that he could be armed and dangerous, as well as suicidal.

Was also on the plane Duncan Bailey, another gang member suspected of plotting murder in connection with the 2020 shooting in Vancouver. Baili was issued an arrest warrant in late April after prosecutors in British Columbia alleged that he had violated bail conditions.

The fourth person on board was identified as Hong Kong Hong, a resident of British Columbia. It is unknown at this time what he will do after leaving the post. Pictures on his Facebook page show the 27-year-old operating a small plane in western British Columbia.

Sioux Lookout, Ontario, near the crash site (Getty Images)
Sioux Lookout, Ontario, near the crash site (Getty Images)

The plane left the province on April 23 and stopped refueling frequently as it flew east. The plane, which took off from Triton, Ontario on Friday night, April 29, was scheduled to land in the city of Marathon, about 700 kilometers away.

Authorities have not yet said where the plane went after it was stopped during the marathon, but Ontario provincial police say they are conducting a criminal investigation into links between the plane and the passengers.

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