Thursday, December 3, 2015

Real Honorio makes plea deal in FOB vs. FK gang murders - Update

Dustin Darby
For the second time in a week, a member of one of Calgary's most notorious gangs has made a plea deal with prosecutors, admitting his role in the Bolsa Restaurant triple murder. Dustin Darby was originally charged with two counts of first-degree murder, conspiracy to commit murder, accessory after the fact and participation in a criminal organization.

Today, the FOB gang member pleaded guilty to accessory after the fact for his role in the Bolsa murders and conspiracy to commit murder in connection with the plan to kill Kevin Bontogon.

Real Honorio was a member of the FOB gang in Calgary.
One of Calgary's most violent gangsters has accepted a plea deal and will not face a trial. Real Honorio was charged with multiple murders stemming from a gang war that ended six years ago.

The FOB vs. FK gang war culminated in Jan. 2009 when Sanjeev Mann, Aaron Bendle and Keni Su'a were gunned down in a gang revenge plot at Bolsa Vietnamese Restaurant in Calgary's southeast. Mann, 22, was a known gangster and Bendle, 21, was an associate and had been kidnapped and used as bait to lure Mann to the restaurant.

Su'a was an innocent bystander, killed when he ran from the restaurant.
Thirteen years ago members of two Calgary gangs began a bloody feud that's kept police and prosecutors busy to this day. Between 2002 and 2009, at least 25 deaths were connected to the gang war in Calgary between the FOB (Fresh Off the Boat or Forever our Brothers) and FK (FOB Killers) gangs.

FK take a group shot inside Drumheller Institution