|A man accused of playing a role in the 2007 Surrey Six slayings has pleaded guilty to several drug trafficking and firearms charges. Sophon Sek entered the plea to seven counts in Surrey Provincial Court Oct. 1.|
The trial last year of Surrey Six co-accused Cody Haevischer and Matthew Johnston heard that Sek, a triad member, had agreed to help the killers by arranging to visit victim Corey Lal to sell him heroin. Sek was allegedly with Haevischer, Johnston and a man dubbed Person X when the trio knocked on Lal’s door with the intention of killing the rival drug dealer. Sek did not enter the suite, the trial heard, but left the three Red Scorpion killers inside.