He kills an innocent by wanting to do it justice

News 14 December, 2017
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    Jason Riché-Package


    Michael Nguyen

    Thursday, December 14, 2017 20:51

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    A young Montrealer was found guilty Thursday of the murder of a pure innocent while he was attempting to avenge the death of one of his friends.

    “Yeah,” nonchalantly launched Jayson Riché-Packet by pleading guilty to a reduced charge of manslaughter on Thursday at the palais de justice of Montreal.

    Her friend Randy Fun, 22 years old, has pleaded guilty to plotting to kill Serge Ngabo Saninga. He was originally accused of first-degree murder.

    The whole affair began in 2014, when the best friend of Riché-Package has been killed in a fight with blows of the knife. And by learning, Riché-Pack has learned that a certain Davidson Arretus to have been part of the belligerents responsible for the drama.

    “Arretus was not charged for lack of evidence,” stressed the joint statement of facts presented to the court on Thursday.


    Riché-Packet has not, however, sought revenge immediately of the death of his friend. Instead, he waited several months, until 22 August 2015.

    On this day, he was driving with his accomplice Randy Fun in the Saint-Michel neighbourhood, when he saw Arretus out of a convenience store, located at the intersection of the street Robert and 25th Avenue. And this last was accompanied by Mr. Saninga, a Montrealer with no criminal history.

    “The vehicle Murano [of the accused] is slowing down, the window on the front passenger side is lowered, an individual engages Arretus in creole and the same individual shoots four projectiles in the direction of Arretus,” says the agreed statement of facts.

    Riché-Packet has completely missed its target, but it reached Mr. Saninga to the head while Arretus took the leak. The same evening, the latter has posted an emoticon in the shape of a kiss on the page Facebook of the one who wanted to kill him.


    During the investigation, Arretus had refused to identify the shooter, even if he knew. The police have however recovered the weapon of crime a few months later.

    The investigators were also able to confirm the presence of the car of the father of the killer, thanks to the onboard computer of the vehicle.

    And finding a video where Riché-Package handles the weapon used to shoot down an innocent man, the police officers had enough information to proceed with his arrest and his indictment.

    Richer-Package and Fun will return to the court in February, for arguments on the sentence to impose.