You didn’t know there was an outlaw motorcycle club murder in Victoria? On the night of April 9, 2015 thirty-four year old Shaun Alexander McGregor was found dead. Then the attending police determined the death to be “suspicious” and called in the Vancouver Island Integrated Major Crime Unit. As a result of an April 16 autopsy, it was then determined that the death was a murder. My street contacts, research and logic tell me this was an outlaw motorcycle club murder.
Research and Logic
This posting is mostly a product of research and logic. But do not underestimate the logic side. Logic is how police solve crimes. And it is logic that allows you to fully understand the news stories you read.
It was logic that led to me being the first to identify Derek Fast as the truck thief in Sooke. Logic led me to being the first to identify Brandon Seguin as the bank robber in Oak Bay. And finally, without logic I would not have been the first to identify the failure of the Wilkinson jail guards to properly guard Tyler Fong at Royal Jubilee Hospital.
It is also research and logic that told me the murder of Shaun McGregor was an outlaw motorcycle club murder.
That same research and logic that led to those revelations is telling you that the murder of Shaun McGregor was an outlaw motorcycle club murder. Before explaining why though, let me first digress for a moment and give you a different warning based on logic.
Pot shops in Victoria will bring more crime and violence
Lisa Helps has allowed pot shops to sprout everywhere in our city. As I have been telling you, these shops are supplied by outlaw motorcycle clubs. Some are actually already owned by these biker clubs.
These pot shops MUST be closed before the outlaw motorcycle clubs like the Veterans MC and the Hells Angels MC gain an irreversible foothold. We must stop buying pot from outlaw motorcycle clubs unless we want to see more murders and violence in Victoria.
There is a solution that does not fund the outlaw motorcycle clubs and does not allow a pot shop on every corner selling dangerous derivatives like shatter. These pot shops MUST be closed to institute that solution. You can read that solution with the foregoing link.
Now, let’s get back to the McGregor murder.
Police stated an autopsy was needed to determine the cause of death of Shaun McGregor. Since an autopsy was required to make the determination, one should be able to safety draw certain conclusions. First, had the death occurred as a result of a beating, a stabbing or a gunshot, the cause would have been obvious without an autopsy. Accordingly, the cause of death was probably strangulation. It is often difficult to determine the difference between a drug overdose and a strangulation.
Although the police have not said so, further investigation by police revealed it to be a likely outlaw motorcycle club murder.
Police issued a press release and asked for help in locating a Chelse Burns in relationship to the death of McGregor. Whether witnesses put her at the scene or other evidence put her there, has not been revealed. Perhaps her phone number was on McGregor’s phone as a recent call. Or maybe her fingerprints were found at the scene.
My research revealed that Chelse Burn is strongly connected with a Colin Lamontagne. Colin Lamontagne is a known Hells Angels associate. If I could follow this trail, the police obviously could.
Please look carefully at the above picture. Anthony Hammond is disgustingly wearing his military medals on his outlaw jacket. Ex-military can be criminals.
Why do I say it was an outlaw motorcycle club murder?
The three piece patch says it all
The Veterans MC is not the innocent club it would like you to believe it is. Also it is widely known that the Hells Angels consider the use of a three piece patch to be its exclusive property.
Thus, any club using the three piece patch can only do so with the approval of the Hells Angels. Accordingly, despite its innocent sounding name, the Veterans MC of Ladysmith is a puppet club of the Hells Angels, just like the Devils Army in Langford. Yes, ex-military can also be criminals.
Colin Damon Lamontagne, alias Finnigan
Lamontagne is not a well known figure in Victoria. He operated mostly in the Nanaimo and Duncan area of Vancouver Island. He is well known as a meth dealer. It is his association with Chelse Burns and outlaw biker clubs that leads to the logical conclusion that this was an outlaw motorcycle club murder.
Lamontagne is also known as a tough guy. He throws his size around the way a peacock spreads its tail. He stands some six feet tall and tips the scale in excess of three hundred pounds.
Lamontagne is nothing but a thug. His charges include assault causing bodily harm, obstruction of justice, possession for the purpose of trafficking, possession of a prohibited weapon, and manufacture of drugs. He is exactly the kind of guy to commit a retaliation murder or a murder for hire.
Here are the clues as to why this murder likely occurred
- McGregor was basically a Nanaimo, mid island criminal, mostly involved in B & E’s.
- Lamontagne is also a Nanaimo, mid island criminal, but heavily into drugs
- Strangely though, the murder took place in Victoria.
- McGregor had just been released from Wilkinson Road Jail.
- Chelse Burns was also arrested, or will be soon.
- Chelse Burns is a known associate of Lamontagne (they were arrested together in the past, see court record below).
Lamontagne and Burns Criminal Record from CSO website which judges wish to hide from us
Shaun Alexander McGregor, Criminal Record [with the exception of the first charge for meth manufacture, all other charges were for property crimes]
Do you see it yet?
To my thinking, this was a premeditated murder. It was carefully planned and executed. It seems that Lamontagne had some kind of beef with McGregor. If not Lamontagne, then the beef was with the Veterans MC or with the Hells Angels. Lamontagne may have been acting on their behalf.
The Hells Angels often use puppet clubs to carry out their violence. This murder was unlikely to have been “personal” to Lamontagne as the different backgrounds of McGregor and Lamontagne suggest they would have had little contact with one another.
It likely happened like this
When McGregor was released from jail, he was suddenly unprotected. Accordingly, Chelse Burns likely lured McGregor to the apartment at Fernwood Manor. Perhaps she used drugs or sex as bait. She might even have said it was to celebrate McGregor’s release. Since Lamontagne was there, it is almost certain that Lamontagne put Burns up to it.
There are little other circumstances that would reasonably have brought McGregor and Lamontagne together. This is especially true when you consider that they are both mid island guys getting together in Victoria. Therefore, this was an outlaw motorcycle club murder.
Outlaw motorcycle clubs spawn violence.
This is exactly the type of violence one can expect from these outlaw motorcycle clubs. They wish to control every facet of the drug and marijuana trade. Accordingly, they are ruthless in their measures to gain that control. They are also paranoid. They will kill somebody just as insurance, just in case.
Murder is a drastic step. Don’t ever make the mistake of believing that a murder is simply a murder. There is always a “back story” to a murder, and now you have it.
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