UPDATE: Gunmen shoot dead a deported Canadian ‘gangster’ in Rawai, Phuket

A former British Columbia “gangster”, who was deported from Canada 6 years in the past for “serious criminality”, has been shot to demise in Rawai, Phuket.
32 year previous Jimi “Slice” Sandhu, was gunned down while getting out of his automobile around 10pm last night time.
Sandhu, who the Vancouver Sun report was affiliated with the ‘United Nations’ gang, was the alleged proprietor of a villa within the beachside resort complex at the southern end of Thailand’s latest island.
Eye-opening informed reporters this morning that the dead Canadian had two IDs on him. He held identification for ‘Mandeep Singh’ and ‘Amarjit Singh Sindhu’. But police verify that Jimi Sandhu was the victim of the attack.
Sandhu was born in India, and moved to Canada on the age of seven and grew up with family members in Abbotsford, British Columbia. He had several severe convictions as part of his actions in numerous gangs and serious assaults. He was additionally charged with killing the rival Red Scorpion gang chief Matt Campbell in Abbotsford in January 2014. The conviction was lifted a year later.
Following a 2015 immigration hearing, Sandhu was deported from Canada and left the nation at the start of 2016.
In 2018 he was arrested in India on charges of operating a bootleg drug factory manufacturing Ketamine. He has since been travelling throughout the Middle East and South East Asia ever since. His nickname was ‘Slice’ due to the big scar on his proper cheek. It was reported that he was “close” to a different United Nations gang member, Karman Grewal , who was gunned down outdoors Vancouver International Airport final yr. No one has yet been charged over that incident.
In a related matter, a detailed associate of Sandhu was robbed of an “expensive chain” in Dubai through the previous week. The person who stole the chain posted a video of the item on social media.

PHOTO: Jimi “Slice” Sandhu – BC Police
ORIGINAL STORY
Two gunmen jumped out from bushes and shot and killed a Canadian man at The Beachfront Hotel Phuket in Rawai, a seaside resort town within the far south of Phuket, last evening.
Chalong police arrived on the scene at 6.30am this morning and found the sufferer mendacity face-down in a pool of blood subsequent to a purple SUV with Phuket licence plates. The driver was wearing a white T-shirt with mild beige coloured shorts. They report that the resort’s CCTV footage confirmed the man had earlier pulled up in front of the hotel in his automotive. The two males then jumped out and shot the victim 10 times until he fell on the ground. Police at the second are investigating the assault, though it seems to be a professional ‘hit’ given the man’s previous actions in Canada.
Police at the second are trying to find a least 2 men in relation to the crime.
The sufferer has been identified as 32 year previous Mandeep Singh (aka Jimi Sandhu and Amarjit Singh Sindhu). He was born in India, however held a Canadian passport.
A cleaner who worked on the resort discovered Singh’s lifeless body the following morning. When police searched Singh’s things, they discovered he had with him a driver’s license of somebody named “Amarjit Singh Sindu”, 33. Sandhu was registered as residing in Montreal. Police additionally discovered 19 bullet casings from the taking pictures, as nicely as a small amount of marijuana contained in the automobile.
Police confirmed that the victim had arrived in Phuket on January 27 and had been staying on the hotel. The body has been moved to Vachira Hospital for a submit mortem and the Canadian Embassy contacted..

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