Court lets police search phones of one-time B.C. gangster hurt in shooting
It was just before 5:30 a.m. last May 25 when Zemaan Chaudhry saw a white car racing along his Maple Ridge street.
The one-time United Nations gangster, who was just arriving home, “knew something was up,” and ran into the house. Two shooters chased him, wounding him in the neck and shoulder before taking off.
When police arrived three minutes later, Chaudhry told them he had no idea who shot him. He was taken to hospital for treatment.
And that’s where his co-operation with the investigation stopped.
He refused to be interviewed. And when Ridge Meadows RCMP got a court order to search his two cellphones for the period just before and just after the shooting, he challenged them in court.
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