Former Hamilton gang leader charged in B.C. murder
SURREY, B.C. A one-time Hamilton bike gang leader and former pro wrestler is facing a murder charge in connection with gangland slayings in British Columbia’s bloody 2008-2009 gang war.
The RCMP’s Integrated Homicide Investigation Team announced seven men linked to the notorious United Nations (UN) gang — including Ion (John) Croitoru, better known by his pro-wrestling tag, Johnny K-9 — have been charged in connection with two murders and an attempted murder.
Croitoru was infamously charged alongside Andre Gravelle in the alleged contract killings of a Hamilton lawyer, Lynn Gilbank, and her husband, Fred Gilbank, who were shot to death in their Ancaster home on Nov. 16, 1998.
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