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FOB enforcer Hans Eastgaard statements reveal new details around 6 gang murders

Last Updated: August 29, 2013

New details in three ongoing Calgary murder investigations have come to light in a court document obtained by the CBC.

The Information to Obtain document makes public details surrounding the deaths of Kevin Anaya, killed in August 2008, Tina Kong and Kevin Ses, who were killled in October 2008, and in the triple murders of Sanjeev Mann, Aaron Bendle and Keni S'ua, killed on New Year's Day 2009.

Below is a timeline outlining the rise and fall of the FOB gang, which was formed in the late 1990s and splintered into two rival factions, resulting in a gang war that left at least 25 dead.

Below that is a portion of former FOB enforcer Hans Eastgaard's statements, annotated to highlight key excerpts.

At the bottom is an outline of prominent members of the gang over the years, including those that played key roles in the murders.

Court document obtained by the CBC

Annotated to highlight key excerpts.

Hans (Jay) Eastgaard, a founding member of Calgary's FOB gang, has admitted to three killings, but will not spend any time in jail because of information he gave to investigators about other gang members. This details information obtained from some of the gang member's statements.

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