Tse Chi Lop (pictured), a Canadian national born in China, is suspected of leading a vast multinational drug trafficking syndicate ‘Asia’s El Chapo’ is a ‘Canadian born in China who once lost $66million in a night at a casino and is protected by Thai kickboxers’. Tse Chi Lop is suspected of leading a vast multinational drug trafficking syndicate – dubbed ‘The Company’ – formed out of an alliance of five of Asia´s triad groups, according to law enforcement officials. Police, in a nod to one of Tse´s nicknames, have called it Sam Gor, Cantonese for ‘Brother Number Three.’ The syndicate, law enforcers believe, is funnelling tonnes of methamphetamine, heroin and ketamine to at least a dozen countries from Japan in North Asia to New Zealand in the South Pacific. But meth – a highly addictive drug with devastating physical and mental effects on long-term users – is its main business, they say. In what it calls a conservative estimate, the United Nations Office on Drugs and Crime (UNODC) puts the Sam Gor syndicate´s meth revenue in 2018 at $8billion a year, but says it could be as high as $17.7billion. The UN agency estimates that the cartel, which often conceals… Read full this story
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