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Taiwanese syndicate busted in davao

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Taiwanese syndicate busted in davao

Postby John » 22 Apr 2012, 03:00

Those Taiwanese troublemakers:

DAVAO CITY (MindaNews/19 April) – Police operatives busted a Taiwanese international syndicate during simultaneous raids on three houses here Wednesday.

Sr. Supt. Ronald dela Rosa, city police director, said the Taiwanese were dealing with international financial laundering fraud as well as prohibited drugs as ecstasy were confiscated in one of the houses. Some of the suspects, he said, will be charged with illegal drug possession.


http://www.mindanews.com/top-stories/20 ... -in-davao/
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