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Cape Breton Drug Dealer charged

By Brandigal (Donna)     Apr 6, 2007 in Crime
A convicted drug dealer who survived a shooting in December 2005 has been charged with uttering death threats over an alleged drug debt.
Donald Seymour,40, an associate with Hells Angels and a big cocaine dealer
has been charged with uttering death threats to Jeff Barrett over an unpaid cocaine bill of $30,000.
Jeff Barrett owed him $30,000 and refused to pay it and so Donald threatened to kill him.
Donald was shot in his home December 30, 2005 and survived. His brother Kenneth,39, did not survive. He was killed.
Donald will not tell police who shot him and killed his brother. The police have charged Nelson MacPhee, 42 with 1st degree murder and attempted murder but word has it a plea was reached and MacPhee will be sentenced to 15 years in prison with eligibility for parole after seven years.
The police arrested MacPhee after an armed standoff at his parents’ home in Dominion.
Donald and his deceased brother Kenneth were convicted of running drugs in Vancouver in the late 90's and were out on parole when they were shot.
Sounds like a very shady bunch of guys. I wonder why he would not say who shot him or killed his brother.
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